Hey, I was impressed by their 20 man staff that went all out to get the goods on Stanford’s staff, my brother Jeff and I and all things Kansas City.
Getting this opportunity had me watching some of the newer reality shows as well as ones that have been on for years. I know many of you don’t probably watch these, but lots of people do and they dominate the air waves today.
Many of the reality shows today are game show type programs.
Some, like Pawn Stars, attract interest due to some of the more interesting items we see coming into the shop that people sell.
Was that guitar really signed by all the Beatles in 1964? Is it worth $100,000? Is it real?
Other reality shows focus on the people or actors. Like Dog The Bounty Hunter and of course The Kardashians.
My pal Mo Mandel hosts Barmagedden where you see two bars trying new things to see which works and makes the most money. And Shark Tank, about who will have the next million dollar idea.
With Stanford’s the focus would be an out-of-control family that’s – well – kinda funny and a whole lot crazy. A family that runs a biz that just happens to be a comedy club (and all the crazy stuff that goes with it).
In other words, all we had to do was be ourselves. Continue reading