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    March 05, 2007

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    Cam Beck

    I'm sure, if this is successful, we'll see a lot of people trying to pull it off, but do it poorly.

    The concept of the modern cavemen is entertaining to me. I'd watch the pilot episode.

    CK

    I had no idea...how interesting. Yeah, I'd watch the Caveman, too. I actually like him. Not sure if I like him $475 million worth and I never really got what he had to do with car insurance (but, being a NYer, I don't drive). Regardless, I'd definitely watch it.

    Cute post, too ;-).

    Ann Handley

    Great post, David. Love your idea to Bring Mikey Back! LOL.... that is priceless.

    Thanks for the Link Love!

    CK

    nice job with the "update". I swear you have learned faster than any of us. I mean that, pal.

    C.B. Whittemore

    David, really fun post. I echo Ann Handley's comments from her "update". The caveman seems so one-dimensional, it's hard to believe that he could sustain our interest for more than a 60 second spot. If I had to choose, I'd prefer a show about the gecko [and NOT the guy in the gecko suit] - but I really rather not have those be my only options.

    On another note, thanks for adding Flooring The Consumer to your blogroll. And, very fun to see that you are keeping CK on her toes!

    B.L. Ochman

    Funny post. I love the idea of Mikey having a diet series. Also would like to see shows starring the lady who fell and couldn't get up; the guy who ate the spicy meatball; and maybe the little alka seltzer guy could save people who are sick by coming to their house and giving them an alka seltzer.

    David Reich

    B.L., love those program ideas. Maybe we should start a production company. Couldn't be too much worse than what the nets are airing these days.

    Thanks for stopping by.

    Ann, C.B., CK and Cam -- I don't know if I could take half an hour of those angry cavemen. Yet I love watching another angry guy, Larry David, on HBO. I may end up eating my words if caveman becomes a mega-hit and I start to DVR it. Who knows? (Does that mean I'll switch my car insurance to Geico? Nope.)

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