Funny enough you could write a script for a sit-com?
Funny enough you already have written one, it's on your laptop right now, just needs a little polishing?
Funny enough you're wondering what an Emmy Award winning comedy writer, somebody's who's written for shows like MASH, Wings, and Cheers, might think of it? Somebody like Ken Levine?
Funny enough you'd like to get some pointers from Ken?
Funny enough you think you could hold your own in a real sitcom room run by Ken with a bunch of other writers who think they're funny enough too?
Well, then Ken has just the ticket for you.
Ken's holding another of his famous Sitcom Room seminars in November and he's still got a few openings for funny guys and gals like you.
If you're interested, follow the link and tell him Lance sent you. Tell him nice because I sent him one of my scripts on spec. See, I got this idea about a show about this blogger and all the wacky trouble he gets himself into trying to juggle being a "prominent and influential blogger" while keeping it secret from his wacky neighbors and co-workers in his real life as a soccer dad and an insurance salesman or an architect or a marine biologist, latex! He sells latex!, Whatever, his boss is a real hardcase and super conservative, thinks he's John McCain and Rudy Giuliani and Dick Cheney all rolled into one. But he's got these terrific kids who say funny things and give him great ideas for his posts and this beautiful and understanding wife played by, I'm thinking, Lisa Kudrow or Nancy Travis but maybe Bonnie Hunt, who...
Maybe I'm giving too much away. I don't want anybody stealing my idea and taking it into Ken's Sitcom Room trying to pass it off as their own.
Meanwhile, for those interested in the Sitcom Room, Ken has posted a few FAQs.
And he's given some helpful tips on writing for actors in this post called What actors hate (besides other actors).