My Greatest Contribution to Reality Television

I was fortunate enough to get to travel to Nicaragua this past summer to visit the set of CBS’s “Survivor.” While I was there I had a chance to chat with reality TV guru Mark Burnett. The topic of “Celebrity Apprentice” came up, and everyone started tossing out their casting picks for the next season.

I popped on my reality TV producer hat and tried to figure out what I’d look for in a “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant. I decided that the ideal candidate would be relatively famous, free-spirited, and certifiably insane.

It was then that I decided that the two people who best fit that description were ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage and Gary Busey. I pitched those two ideas to Mark and we all had a laugh.

For those of you who follow the program (I don’t) you’ll be glad to know that Mr. Busey will in fact be suiting up for Mr. Trump’s next attempt to do whatever that show is intending to do. I will accept all due credit every time Gary sets something on fire or stabs a fellow contestant with a letter opener.

Sadly, Randy Savage was left on the sidelines.

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One Response to “My Greatest Contribution to Reality Television”

  1. penpusherpen Says:

    hmm, I don’t watch much reality TV, but your celebrity Apprentice sounds fun, IN Britain it’s Alan Sugar who fires, I think, but Donald Trump sounds a hoot.
    Your idea, you should get the kudos!! 😉 x

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