RE: Andy Richter deserves to be laid off

Subject: RE: Andy Richter deserves to be laid off
From: "Sella Rush" <srush -at- MusicNet -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 12:53:09 -0800

> I was amazed at how many standard Fox Network hot buttons

Yes, the whole imagination coming alive gimmick is totally derivative, starting as far as I know with Ally McBeal (Fox) and seen most recently in a failed(?) sitcom called Inside Schwartz, which at least had a common theme for his fantasies (all sports-related). Why in the world did Fox feel the need to make a pure copy? Too bad, because Andy Richter is actually pretty funny.

[I remember a sitcom years ago where different parts of the main character's psyche were played by six other actors (the snivelling coward, the thinker, the feminine side, the carnal appetites guy, etc.), and as the main character was going through the story line, whenever he was faced with a decision or unexpected situation, it would cut to the psyche characters who debated how to respond according to their part. Maybe this was the actual beginning of the trend.]
Sella Rush
technical writer
srush -at- musicnet -dot- com

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