From Cynthia Turner's Cynopsis:
Lifetime Tv has this show in development,
"Thicker than Water is also a comedy from exec prod Carol Leifer, a semi-autobiographical project about a single TV writer living in LA trying to get a job after a wildly successful series (Seinfeld), pitching ideas to exec produces several years her junior. "
This is a show? How lazy was that? No wonder she couldn't sell a show after Sienfeld. With ideas that obvious, who cares? Yes as a writer they tell you to "Write what you know," but they tell you to "Be creative" too.
The show feels too inside as they say. Do women care if she sells the TV show?
Part of the show's pitch is that she has to pitch the ideas to TV execs who are younger than her, ie. "They don't get it." How uncomfortable that muct has been?
"The execs are dumb. tehy don't get it. Unlike you guys, who are young...but..."
I'm going to sell a show about a guy who forgot to set his alarm this morning and is now late for work.