Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Sure, Blame The Public

From a Wall Street Journal article on the sitcom "Modern Family": a look back on creator Steven Levitan's career--

"From there, he jumped from failure to failure, such as 'Greg the Bunny' and 'Stacked,' a sitcom in which the pin-up Pamela Anderson played a bookstore clerk. 'I overestimated the American public's willingness to see Pamela Anderson as anything other than Pamela Anderson,' he says."

Oh, boo-hoo, Steven. Perhaps if you had not called it "Stacked"? I know that kept me away.

2 comments:

Mary P Jones (MPJ) said...

Ha! I think he overestimated the public's willingness to see Pamela Anderson. Period!

New Quebec said...

I didn't realize this was the guy behind the Pam Anderson vehicle. Although this makes some sense. I was thinking how odd it is that there are two attractive women in Modern Family. Usually, a tv show only has one hot gal and all her average-looking friends.