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Longing to become a serious writer and settle down with her perpetually absent boyfriend, Sasha, an assistant producer of a floundering reality television show, juggles the eccentric demands of celebrity judges, a spoiled actress, and volatile contestants.
For readers of "The Devil Wears Prada" and fans of TV shows like "American Idol" and "America's Got Talent" comes "Elimination Night, " an uproariously funny look at the backstabbing, ego clashes, and 24-7 snafus that transpire behind the scenes of one of the country's smash talent programs.
Sasha King dreams of being a serious novelist and living the good life with her AWOL hunk of a boyfriend, Brock. But her day job as an assistant producer of Project Icon, the once-mighty ratings juggernaut that's recently taken a hit in the Nielsen's ratings, keeps her working nonstop. She's got her hands full with the show's two new celebrity judges, entrepreneur-actress-singer Bibi Vasquez ("Crew to be forbidden to make eye contact with Artist AT ALL TIMES," reads her contract) and rock legend Joey Lovecraft, a priapic wild man who doesn't even own a TV (it goes against the teachings of his guru, Tibetan high lama Yutog Gonpo).
As the competition among the hopeful, young would-be stars--including the foul-mouthed Mia Pelosi and the chaps-wearing Jimmy Nuggett--heats up, Sasha finds herself constantly putting out fires. A date with a mysterious stranger makes her rethink her devotion to Brock. And then an unexpected revelation rocks her world.
A frighteningly smooth host (Wayne Shoreline), muckraking gossip columnists, and powerful people named Nigel round out the pure madcap reading pleasure of "Elimination Night, " a book so hilariously accurate about the inner workings of the talent show machine that it had to be written anonymously.
|Number of Pages:||281|
|Publication Date:||January, 2013|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||6.00 x 1.30 x 9.20 Inches|
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