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NBC Gets Some Party People!

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ben silverman sells new pilot to nbc party people

Finally! A show with some potential!

Sources are confirming that former co-chair of NBC, Ben Silverman, has just sold a pitch to his former stomping grounds. The show, titled Party People, is being described as a modern-day Taxi. The premise involves a group of under-employed entertainers who are forced to work for children's parties.

Ha! The cynicism practically writes itself!

This could be the pick-me-up in the comedy department NBC so desperately needs!

Do U think you'd watch it?

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13 comments to “NBC Gets Some Party People!”



  1. 1

    stop have opinions about things, you suck at them, plus you have taste



  2. 2

    this sounds a LOT like Party Down. a show about failed actors, writers, and comedians forced to cater parties. rip off much?



  3. 3

    IFC already had this show - it was called Z Rock and it was about a band that palyed children parties while they tried to make it big as a rock band. Rip off!



  4. 4

    Sounds almost exactly like Party Down.



  5. 5

    Sounds a lot like Party Down, if you ask me.



  6. 6

    IFC already did this show - called Z Rock

  7. Dippy says – reply to this


    7

    That is Party Down.



  8. 8

    Um…steal from Party Down much?

  9. bunck says – reply to this


    9

    My first thought when I was reading this is that it sounds like Party Down, seems like everyone else feels that way too.



  10. 10

    I was about to say "uh, you mean like 'party down' which was amazing until it was no more and then nbc, desperate for programming, ripped it off?" but it looks like everyone else has that covered.



  11. 11

    maybe!



  12. 12

    Sources are confirming that former co-chair of NBC, Ben Silverman, has just sold a pitch to his former stomping grounds. — Sold or Stole ?

    Yes it's a "Party Down" ripoff

  13. ass says – reply to this


    13

    WOW! Could they ripoff 'Party Down' any more?