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Skip ahead to May 2002 when they rented a home with a pool for a weekend in the San Fernando Valley. They hired 20 or so aspiring female thespians and one young German fella to perform skits. This time there was a tad more organization, but just a tad.

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Through the end of 2003, all through 2004 and into 2005 they continued hiring new talent, shooting new skits and editing. But something was changing. Entertainment on the ‘net’ seemed to be coming back.

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Once inside the pitch room, it was the same story. Most didn’t know what to make of it. They were people from the film industry, but Sexy, Silly Television was TV. It was the wrong industry.

Meanwhile and to their amazement, Don and Marcelo walked around with their new fangled viewing devise showing their little ‘demo’ to everybody. The writers couldn’t take their eyes off it. While everybody else had only story ideas in their head or on paper, Don and Marcelo had already produced a 30-minute show.

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In early 2005 they brought on board two male actors to offer more diversity to the show. Comedian Rob Little was featured in a comical “spec spot”. (A spec spot is a commercial produced for the purpose of selling it to the prospective sponsor / client or it’s ad agency.)

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A hundred or so aspiring writers stood in line waiting for the chance to pitch their story ideas to talent agents and industry reps. They held their briefcases and binders close to themselves in ultimate secrecy.