These Aren't The Boys You're Looking For
Executive 1: Well, guys, I called you here because I just rented Music And Lyrics --
Executive 2: And?! Didn't you love it?
Executive 3: How did Drew look? How was her lisp? What about Brad Garrett? Wait, don't spoil me!
2: It's been out for months. It's your responsibility to stay informed!
1: The movie was fine, but more importantly, it gave me an idea. The plot is that there's this sort of washed-up former pop star -- like the other guy from Wham!--
2: Matthew Ridgeford.
3: I think it was Rudge Curlew.
1: His name is not the point.
2: Dude, we would so be out if this was The World Series Of Pop Culture.
3: Man, it really sucks that we can't enter, because the other night I thought of the most awesome team name for us.
2: Tell me.
3: The Boys Meet World!
2: Wow, that is good.
1: So the movie got me thinking -- there were so many boy bands in the '90s that now there are literally thousands of Andy Digglers out there, and--
2: Ugh, when you say it like that, it's like I can feel them on me.
1: They are, and this brings me to my point, which is what can we do with these guys?
3: Extraordinary renditions?
2: Harvested for their organs?
3: Oh! Some kind of camps?
1: All excellent suggestions, but in the meantime, I was thinking maybe we could give some of them another chance at fame.
2: Oh my God, how in the world would we do that?!
1: By putting them in a reality show.
2: So it's not a chance at fame. It's a chance at "fame."
3: Am I supposed to hear quotation marks?
2: You can also look at me when I'm talking, instead of staring out the window, and see the air quotes. It's called common courtesy.
3: I thought I saw Spider-Man!
2: We're very serious.
3: Reality show.
1: We round up some ex-boy banders. We throw 'em in a house, because that's what we do. And we give them some kind of bullshit "goal"--