The Service follows a young entrepreneur, who has a rather unusual and risky business model. Joel, his assortment of friends, and business associates, all walk a very thin line between legal and unlawful. However, his business model is sound, and policy or regulatory concerns are not going to get in the way of this workaholics big picture or bottom line. Being first to market is never easy, and market laggards are not always happy with disruptive enterprises that change the legacy market in adverse ways. Even in a racket like offering on call security services to prostitutes, there will always be those looking to hedge bets on outdated business models. In the mean time Joel, his assortment of friends, and the strange characters they meet doing that job, end up making one funny read. Meanwhile, as the reader you are treated to "fly on the wall" front row action to it all the fun!
Mr Damien Rampasca is very rich, and he is worn ragged of his bossy daughter Melanie.
James the butler isn't the luckiest man on earth when he is told to assist Miss Melanie to Mrs Dunna's local sweet shop!
With Jellybeans and pantomimes, this is the play for any family to put on!
I hope you like it!
Ethan and Norman try to court a desperate Patrick and Fiona into becoming their new commercial spokespeople. Ryan and his band try to record in secret but an obsessive fan finds them out. Madeline’s new boyfriend becomes problematic at her job.
Donald Trump speaks in Vermont, and Ryan is forced to accompany Amber to his speech, but plots to embarrass the Republican front-runner. Meanwhile, Ethan and Norman must save an outraged Mosque account and Jacob is informed that his job is at risk
Five to Victory is a live action supernatural comedy about a traveler who helps three incompetent police officers and their Captain solve cases involving the cryptids living in and around Nogales, a fictional town located in Florida.
The town has a history of vampiric infestations, hauntings, and other preternatural things occurring. Sightings have been reported over years but are not taken seriously by those outside of the small town. The only hope the towns folk have left are the officers of the local police department which serves as a secret hunter order.
One day I was trying to do an imitation of Morgan Freeman and found I was terrible at it except for the words 'Air' and 'Water'. When I said those I sounded a bit like him so I built a skit around it where Morgan Freeman hosts a game show called 'Air or Water' with some unwilling contestants.
Another piece I found in my writing folder, and it's a real diamond in the rough. I wrote it for a class project back in college and I'm saddened to say that I had to cut it down to meet the time limit, as the project in question was a group thing when we had to create our own contemporary film. Nevertheless, I'm still very proud of it.