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Gagged: (a thriller with jokes) Don Silver, the Vice President of Comedy at Mercury Studios, is in very deep trouble indeed He s been behind so many disastrous pilots that he s earned the nickname Buddy Holly If he doesn t find a hit sitcom and fast it ll be goodbye to the bourbon, broads and BMWs of his Beverly Hills lifestyle and he ll be out on his freshly irrigated arseAward winning comedy writer, Melvin Medford, has a plan to help Don out So he s nerdier than Bill Gates in a Red Dwarf T shirt at a Terry Pratchett signing so he hasn t pitched an idea in ages so his plan borders on the psychotic, no matter, at least he has a planWhich is where Ben Busby comes in A young British comic, simply gagging to break into television, he s just met two Americans who seem very keen on hiring him Ben s beside himself with excitementHowever, Melvin s beside him with a gunIn the million dollar world of the American sitcom, you could die laughing No joke

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10 thoughts on “Gagged: (a thriller with jokes)

  1. says:

    I am delighted that I picked up this book from a charity shop Not because it meant I got to read this book, but because at least that way it only cost me 2 quid and Oxfam can hopefully use that money to improve levels of human happiness somewhere in the world, and in so doing offset the misery and suffering I endured thanks to my inexplic

  2. says:

    This is without a doubt, by far, THE worst book I ve ever been unfortunate enough to pick up I was looking for a novel that featured intelligent, witty humour What I got was a pile of stale, lame, completely unfunny crap It s billed as wacky and hilarious I d like to wack it, alright It s actually painful to read, even from the beginning, but I wa

  3. says:

    This book is subtitled A thriller with jokes but I m afraid I didn t find it very thrilling, and the jokes must have gone over my head I read 82 pages too, so I did give it a reasonable innings maybe suffered from too many characters syndrome, Lord knows I can t handle very manyanyway, it s something about people pitching new hit television sitcoms to othe

  4. says:

    Abandoned when I got my hands on the last Ian Rankin.I will come back to it as the TV refernces to 70 s and 80 s UK Tv struck a chord.

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