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Mr.Lucky

At the investment bank where I work, I'm the guy who runs the pool that handicaps the success rate of TV shows (as well as lots of other things). The networks have a terrible average and I'll be really interested to see if what you're doing here changes those odds.

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2015-08-02T23:57:51.060Z
This is a fascinating idea, but I think the casting is bad. And the concept probably needs to be pulled way back: one thousand dates in three years means dating as a full-time occupation. Unless she is a PhD candidate doing some sort of strange research, and getting paid to do it, it doesn't make sense. And the actor here just doesn't seem like she could pull it off.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:46:51.174Z
Yikes!2015-10-06T05:48:06.142Z
An interesting idea, but one that will need some serious treasure to make it work. Right now it seems like one of those science specials that use music to amp up the possibility that earth will be hit by a meteor, only top say later that it ain't gonna happen. Depending on how real the treasures they seek could be, it could work.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:46:51.174Z
Thanks for your feedback!2015-08-08T17:12:04.192Z
Wow! What I loved most about this is that there's no dialog; the pictures tell the story. I don't think there's ever been a dramatic TV show set in the middle ages, and I'd certainly like to see this.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:37:00.225Z
Clever. Funny, But I'm not sure they could sustain this week to week. But if they could, they could have a funny show. I'm wondering whether this was real, or if the actors were in on the gag. Would actually be better, I think, if they were.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:37:00.225Z
Thanks...2015-10-06T05:43:01.798Z
Extremely funny and well done. I would watch this in a heartbeat. Am wondering what new episodes would focus on each week, but am guessing that writers this smart will now how to sustain the story.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:28:48.823Z
Thanks for the feedback, we appreciate it. While we're generally short sighted, just ask our financial advisor about our retirement plan...wait, we don't have a financial advisor...we have a ton of ideas where the show could go. 2015-08-11T21:29:31.867Z
Loved it! Great acting and great production. Can easily imagine this being a network TV show, following this girl around the country.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:28:48.823Z
A good idea but a bit too gross and not clever enough for me. I like the idea of trying to measure the relative value of money in apposition with demeaning behavior requests, but it doesn't quite work in a vacuum. Would be more interesting if contestants were bidding on the opportunity to do things.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:02:56.112Z
Really like the bidding idea. Thanks.2015-08-03T03:54:24.676Z
If they can sustain gags and writing as good as here, I'd say they have a hit show out of the box. This is funny and, most surprisingly, very well acted -- as good as stuff that's currently on network TV, if not better...
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T03:02:56.112Z
Thanks so much for your review!2015-08-03T03:53:53.201Z
I generally can't stand shows with a religious overtone (unless, of course, they're Satanic), but this is quite cleverly conceived. I can imagine watching a show like this and actually enjoying it. And to my surprise, the actors in this seem surprisingly good.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T02:52:04.287Z
A timely idea, as election frenzy begins for next year. It's an interesting concept, but I think we need to see more discussion and examples of how the laws the are going to create impact the behavior in their new country. They just might need that penal system sooner than they think.
Reviewed: 2015-08-03T02:52:04.287Z
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