And in an hour, we'll see how we did when the winners are announced.
And over the next week or so we'll see how we really
did, when producers and networks do or don't ask to chat with us about our show.
The last time I pitched here, I tried hard to say as much as possible about my show -- to answer every conceivable question in the four minutes allotted. Consequently, when the questions came, I didn't have answers for them.
What we tried to do this time is flesh out about half of the aspects of the show really well
, and leave the other aspects for the inevitable questions. So for example, we didn't include any story springboards in our pitch; but we had them ready when Rob Thomas asked for them (as we knew one of the judges surely must).
(It is very cool to be pitching a high school show to Rob Thomas.)
Our friends say we had a very solid pitch and made the show really clear, and it's a good show. I hope we did. Fortunatley, there is nothing I can do about it either way. Which means I can go and have a drink now.
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