New York University
Option C: Television sitcoms often revolve around the interactions of a group of people with unique personalities. Write about your interaction with your friends and explain why you and your friends might become the next great sitcom, and describe your role in the show
An over-achieving comically jubilant class president, a hypochondriac vegetarian, a quietly cynical artist, a pair of environmental and social activists who use their intellect and incredible ability to convey propaganda to save the world from evil, a scatter brained business-conscious computer geek who at times needs to be saved from himself, and an assortment of mediators and devil's advocates lying somewhere between two extremes who, at times, save the rest of the group from total self destruction. Sound like the cast for the next hit TV sitcom? Well, perhaps they may be. But for now these people are just my friends.
While some personal opinions within the group restrict the actuality of starring in a TV sitcom with my friends, it is interesting to think about. I can confidently say it would be an interesting show. With such contrasting beliefs and personalities, I don't think we would even need a script. Heck, we wouldn't even need advertisements, people would drop everything and run to the TV when our show came on. Viewers would be on the edges of their seats waiting to see what the next great argument will be about; what random pranks will be pulled on parents, friends, and the general public; who is dating who...
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