If “Community” Had The Marketing Campaign for “Whitney”: A Better World

Depending on where you live, Whitney billboards are dominating your life. In Los Angeles, they’re so numerous they’re reaching maddening levels. I see five on the mile drive back home every day. The general Nonstop Karate consensus is that Whitney Cumming’s show looks as bad as her marketing campaign. We could be wrong! Heath Ledger was a good Joker! Who could’ve known? Chris Nolan. Shut up.

Community is excellent. Good lord, is it a well made show. Now imagine is Dan Harmon’s Little Show That Could had gotten 1/10th of the marketing money as Whitney. Having trouble imagining that? Here, let me help you.

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About Chad Quandt

Writer for videogames, animation, the webcomic Suffrage. Master blocker in dodgeball. Barbecued with Corey Haim before he died.

Posted on September 21, 2011, in Chad Quandt, Television and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. But aren’t the greatest TV shows always overlooked? America still needs a laugh track, sadly. Community was the only original comedy that I’ve followed for the last 2 years. Finally started watching Modern Family. It’s great except for the fact that they think they’re making everyone more accepting of others.

    Nice billboards by the way. If you ever lose your heart go into advertising.

    • Chad lost his heart years ago in a para sailing accident.
      Fun fact: he runs on peanut oil. He’s the greenest of us all.

      NK is a big fan of both shows. But Community is close to our hearts. They’re the best TV has to offer. Well, those and Park and Rec. And Justified. And SAMCRO. Breaking Bad. Dr. Who. Archer. Mad Men. Lists. Lists. Lists.

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