266.0: The Joseph Project.
In the world of broadcast primetime television, sometimes when a TV show isn’t doing too well it isn’t automatically canceled. Maybe the network still believes in the show — or maybe they paid enough money for it that they want to milk the cow for as much as possible before they have to serve themselves burned steak. The show will leave the airwaves for a short spell, recasts will be made, a new showrunner might be brought in and when the show comes back it will look slightly different in a process called “retooling.”
I am highly considering dispensing with the literary references in my online dating profile. While I admit that the hideousness presented in my photo may be a driving factor in scaring away men, I think that a major contribution is also being made by the Zora Neale Hurston references. In the planned retool of my profile, I envision leading with the headline “I’m not always there when you call but I’m always on time.” Why lie? After all, I’m really looking for an asshole who is an asshole to everyone except, of course, me.
What do you think? No?