Thursday, May 18, 2006

Reasons I worry about TV audiences sometimes

...when I get Google searches of "how to get Grey's anatomy tickets".

Kids, why don't you answer that question for our intrepid visitor in the comments?

By the way, I am in no way trying to make fun of people...okay, maybe I am.

7 comments:

Bonnie said...

*snork*

Could be *slightly* worse, I guess. They could be looking for tickets to "St. Elsewhere" or "Presidio Med."

Heeee!

Erik said...

Grey's Anatomy is a single-camera, hour-long drama. Those shows are not filmed in front of an audience, so there are no tickets for the show.

(Unlike many sitcoms, which are filmed with multiple cameras and are filmed in front of an audience.)

Unless you are looking for a performance of the "Gray's Anatomy" monologue by Spaulding Gray, in which case you may need to refine your search terms. (An spell his last name with an "a" not an "e".)


How'd I do?

alexandra said...

*Snigger* I think is the word. The google referrals I get crack me up.

kristen said...

RIP, Spalding Gray.

Bill Cunningham said...

The term is "snicker"...

The Moviequill said...

are you doing the Disney/ABC Fellowship contest this year? I was just reading about it on Done Deal's site. Looks good, but "minorities" :culturally diverse", do we really have a shot at it?

Anonymous said...

I got a good one for ya and it's TRUE! I worked at the info counter at Universal Studios and someone actually came up to the desk and asked where they "taped The Simpsons" and if I knew how to get tickets. God's honest truth!