M-WEB: If you were to create a Reality TV show what would it be? JO: Tune in to M-Net next week for the debut episode of...Reality? Not! In this game, the contestants are required to come up with innovative ways to rid humanity of reality TV shows. Contestants are given a limited budget, a list of "Victims" to choose from (people involved with previous reality shows), and a pre-determined amount of time in which to complete their "mission". To qualify, they must submit proposals in which they describe: a) how they would lure their "Victim" into agreeing to go along with their plan, andb) what method they intend to use to ensure that their victim never directs, sponsors, competes in, produces or judges another reality TV show again... ever.
No Violence! Apart from the mess, getting rid of the body is always so tedious! The type of thing we'd be looking for: getting Gareth Cliff to open a cafe in Poffadder, sending Heinz off to join the IRA, getting Mara Louw to run for President of Iraq or Brad joining a Tibetan monastery.
Contestants would be chosen for the viability and originality of their scheme, as well as for the "interest value" of their intended "victim". Finalists would be filmed with hidden cameras as they actually do the deed - using the real-life "Victim"! Those who have actually managed to get Bianca to take up nursing for the International Red Cross. They would be public-voted, with originality and degree of difficulty as criteria. For example: someone who chose one of the sponsors would not get as many points for degree of difficulty as someone who chose Ferdi or Randall. The theory being that sponsors are gullible anyway...There would be prizes, of course:Third prize: lifetime discounts at "Gareth's Groceries", PoffadderSecond prize: your own TV show. First prize: a seat in Parliament.
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