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Create a TV series for my mom

She needs something to do.

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by Jasonreply 38Last Saturday at 5:49 PM

Mall Rat.

by Jasonreply 1Last Friday at 3:41 PM

Manicurist by day does karaoke at the local bar at night. Hilarity ensues when people try to sing with her.

by Jasonreply 2Last Friday at 3:43 PM

The Face Only Has One Side

by Jasonreply 3Last Friday at 3:45 PM

‘Cunt & Son’

A crotchety, vain has-been singer coasting on her glory years has her HIV-Positive son move into her palatial Malibu estate, during a global pandemic to look after her because the staff has left and her husband loathes her. The pair get into all kinds of trouble “shoplifting” in her personal basement shopping mall and argue about the son taking his AIDS cocktail & surfing Grindr for ethnic hookups.

Sounds cute.

by Jasonreply 4Last Friday at 3:55 PM

Trading Faces

by Jasonreply 5Last Friday at 3:59 PM

The Mirror Has One Side... The Left Side

by Jasonreply 6Last Friday at 4:04 PM

The Prince of Sides... But Only Left Sides

by Jasonreply 7Last Friday at 4:05 PM

“Barbra” in which the lead character leaves her east coast marriage and heads to Los Angeles with her grown but childish son ( players by Jason Gould) to embark on her previously abandoned desire to be a professional singer. On the way, they get stranded in a dessert city where she takes a temporary job as a waitress in a greasy soon diner. Hilarity ensues.

. In the pilot, Barbra insults the restaurant cook by stating that she’s does not eat diner food. She re energizers herself after he hard first day by finding the only apartment in town with its own shopping mall in the basement.

by Jasonreply 8Last Friday at 4:23 PM

Barbra plays a 28 year old single mother. Everything else is negotiable.

by Jasonreply 9Last Friday at 4:25 PM

Here is my plot: A woman in her late 30s, marries a man in his early 40s. They both bring lots of kids into the marriage. The woman doesn't work, and she has a wisecracking live-in maid. So she is bored out of her ass... and starts writing crime novels. When she is almost finished with her first novel, the mail man dies in front of her house. The circumstances are mysterious and suspicious. The woman starts investigating, and from this point on, wherever she goes, people die. Every episode - at least one dead body.

by Jasonreply 10Last Friday at 4:43 PM

Oh that Barbra!

by Jasonreply 11Last Friday at 5:01 PM

Shabbat & The City

by Jasonreply 12Last Friday at 5:03 PM

I really wish Ryan Murphy would use her Hollywood.

by Jasonreply 13Last Friday at 5:06 PM

An aging, out of work actress tries to get a film made of the Broadway musical Gypsy.

by Jasonreply 14Last Friday at 6:23 PM

Remake of "Alice."

by Jasonreply 15Last Friday at 7:20 PM

"Dammit, Barbara!"- La Streisand plays Barbara Romano, just out of her 4th marriage and living with her mom again (Ellen Burstyn) and failure-to-launch son (Jason Gould)- the result of a tryst way back when with Alex (Glenn Scarpelli). She's totally naïve about living, having been pampered her whole adult life by a series of wealthy husbands ("I can't even write a check!"). But it's time to finally grow-up... one day at a time!

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by Jasonreply 16Last Friday at 7:47 PM

Can Barbra sing the theme song written and produced by Barry Gibb?

by Jasonreply 17Last Saturday at 5:05 AM

R2's idea is actually not bad.

by Jasonreply 18Last Saturday at 6:50 AM

Can jew sing (a talent competition)

by Jasonreply 19Last Saturday at 8:27 AM

"I Gotta Get Louise!"

In this competition reality show Barbra serves as the judge as she scours America to find an unknown to play Louise for her production of Gypsy.

Weekly challenges include: staying on her 'good side', trying not to pull focus, and holding Barbra's coffee.

Applicants must be between forty-five and sixty.

by Jasonreply 20Last Saturday at 8:57 AM

Avigdor, Date!

A reality show in which Barbra plays the matchmaker and helps hapless yeshiva boys find their future brides.

by Jasonreply 21Last Saturday at 9:42 AM

[quote]On the way, they get stranded in a dessert city

Ooh! Dessert City! I want to move there!

by Jasonreply 22Last Saturday at 10:36 AM

Once upon a time there was a little town in Pennsylvania and a bitch named Erica lived there.

by Jasonreply 23Last Saturday at 10:40 AM

A live action version of this old Saturday morning cartoon show.

She can play Yukk, the ugliest mutt in the world that keeps a doghouse over his head to keep from scaring living things (& also inanimate objects).

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by Jasonreply 24Last Saturday at 10:53 AM

Lolly! After her estranged son dies, a famous ex-singer disguises herself and returns from exile to become the housekeeper to her son's hapless widow (Kaley Cuoco) and her grandchildren, without revealing her true identity. Laughs abound as she teaches her new family to live and love again, as only Lolly can. Helping Lolly avoid detection from fans and foes alike is her bumbling nephew (John Stamos) and mad-cap fan club president (Lori Loughlin, in her first post-guilty plea role!).

If you loved The Nanny and adored Mrs. Doubtfire, you must see Lolly!

by Jasonreply 25Last Saturday at 11:11 AM

In the 1980s, there was a wonderful Broadway musical in previews. It was expected to be the hit of the decade. It starred the incredible talent of Barbra Steinway (Streisand). Unfortunately, during one stage rehearsal, a trap door opened unexpectedly and poor Barbra plunged to her death. The musical closed immediately.

Flash forward 30 years, and Simon Mason (played by Eddie Redmayne) who is the the son of the original producer decides to once again take a chance on opening this musical and will direct the show himself. Set with leading lady Nadine Clemence (played by Sutton Foster) the show goes into rehearsal. And on the first day of rehearsal, who should show up? The ghost of Barbra Steinway, who can only be seen by Simon. And Ms. Steinway is very insistent on how the show should be played.

Think of it as Follies meets Blithe Spirit

by Jasonreply 26Last Saturday at 11:44 AM

Two sisters, one a successful musical comedy star and recording artist, the other a wannabe who's hung on the fringes of showbiz without getting her big break, decide in their late 70s to share a house in Florida. Hilarious conflict, loud kvetching, and kvelling end-of-show hugs ensue.

by Jasonreply 27Last Saturday at 12:12 PM

[quote]Two sisters, one a successful musical comedy star and recording artist, the other a wannabe who's hung on the fringes of showbiz without getting her big break, decide in their late 70s to share a house in Florida. Hilarious conflict, loud kvetching, and kvelling end-of-show hugs ensue.

I refuse to work with my half sister, Ros Kind.

by Jasonreply 28Last Saturday at 12:14 PM

[quote] Two sisters, one a successful musical comedy star and recording artist, the other a wannabe who's hung on the fringes of showbiz without getting her big break, decide in their late 70s to share a house in Florida. Hilarious conflict, loud kvetching, and kvelling end-of-show hugs ensue.

With Liza Minelli as the successful sister.

by Jasonreply 29Last Saturday at 12:14 PM

"Last Year at the Malibu Compound"

An aging musical and pop star wanders the overdecorated houses and connecting underground mall of her compound on the cliffs of Malibu as she comments on how tasteful she finds her own decorating style. Various figures from her past keep popping up in different rooms, some of them ghosts (her mother, William Wyler, Donna Summer, Walter Matthau, Sue Mengers, Samantha the dog), some of them still alive (Jason Gould, Roslyn Kind, Ryan O'Neal, James Brolin, Celine Dion, Elliott Gould)--but she cannot tell which is which.

by Jasonreply 30Last Saturday at 12:22 PM

Mad Mensch

Barbra is Queen of Madison Avenue. But her sanity is slowly slipping away. Can her therapist save her? Richard Dreyfuss co-stars.

by Jasonreply 31Last Saturday at 12:22 PM

Whatever the concept is, you know either Ted McGinley or Denis O'Hare will be in it.

by Jasonreply 32Last Saturday at 12:35 PM

"My Two Husbands"

A 40-something, world-renowned musical comedy star, recording artist, dramatic actress, film auteur, fashion and style icon, and political activist wakes up one morning to find that her ex-husband, a schlubby lovable mensch, has crashed her pool house. Her handsome but uptight WASP husband fusses and fumes as Barbra dithers over which of the two she will choose to spend the rest of her life with. Ambiguously bigamous hilarity ensues.

Pilot directed by Jason Gould.

by Jasonreply 33Last Saturday at 12:46 PM

America's Queen of Comedy,

Barbra Streisand


The Barbra Streisand Show,

"I Married Barbra"


Barbra Streisand


Mrs Barbra Stephens

by Jasonreply 34Last Saturday at 12:56 PM

R15 see R8

by Jasonreply 35Last Saturday at 1:15 PM


by Jasonreply 36Last Saturday at 1:21 PM

R36, see R31.

This thread only has 36 replies. There is no excuse for copycats at this point.

by Jasonreply 37Last Saturday at 1:44 PM

[quote]Think of it as Follies meets Blithe Spirit

Sounds more like "Smash" meets "Topper."

by Jasonreply 38Last Saturday at 5:49 PM
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