If you could produce your own reality television show, what would be the subject

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  1. Wayne Brown profile image83
    Wayne Brownposted 8 years ago

    If you could produce your own reality television show, what would be the subject matter?

    What would you focus on and how would you structure the show in order to produce an interesting half hour or hour of reality television?

  2. Rosie2010 profile image71
    Rosie2010posted 8 years ago

    Oh I would love to produce my own reality show.. PUHLEEZE!!!
    Seriously though, I used to work in a nursing home and there are so many residents who very seldom, if ever, get a visit from their relatives and friends.. friends I understand because they might be the same age and cannot get around, or dead.. but what about the relatives?  Did they put their parents, grandparents, in the home and forget about them?  I used to visit them and give them hugs and sometimes read to them until they fall asleep.  And they hug me back and they are very thankful.  So my reality show would be visiting old people in a nursing home and let them tell their story.  Old people love to reminiscent about the good ole days.  And the title of my reality show would be "Rosie and The Forgotten Ones"

    Have a nice day,

    P.S. When can I start?

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    Longhunterposted 8 years ago

    I would set up an eighteenth century scenario. The participants would be allowed to use only those things that were in existence before 1780.

    They would have to dress appropriate to the time period.

    They would have to learn how to load and shoot muzzle load rifles, muskets, and pistols. This would include moving as well as stationary targets. After some of the crazy shoots I've been to, most everyone would be in trouble to pass.

    They would only be allowed a 1-pound bag of corn meal, a 1-pound bag of brown rice, 1 pound of jerky, 1 canteen of water, 1 blanket, and a 9' x 9' canvas for shelter.

    They would have to make a fire using flint, steel striker, and charcloth with dry tender then wood.

    Stealth would have to be demonstrated by whether or not they could get within 20 feet of me without me hearing them.

    Use of a nature to determine if they're moving in the right direction and get from point A to point B without getting lost. I've never been lost. I've powerful confused for a day or two but I've never been lost.

    I could go on and on and I think I will in a hub. Thanks for the idea, Wayne.

  4. catfish33 profile image81
    catfish33posted 7 years ago

    24 hours at a convenience store!  That would be some good reality tv!


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