Rejectee Therapy for This Old Ghost
Started by Bobby McCoy on Mar 28, 2013
  • This was pretty funny. I agree with what Ben said about how it didn't feel like a show. The ghost shouldn't get kicked out at the end, this should feel like part of the franchise of "A Ghost is living here" and how they deal with it.

    Also if you can figure it out, don't make your songs so much louder than the rest of your show. You should be able to mix the songs lower in your editing software. All you audio should be at about the same level. Those songs about blew out my damn speakers. Don't make us turn the volume up and down while we're watching your show.
    Apr 01, 2013 at 4:02pm
  • Bobby, I'd just like to say that I love you guys and I think a lot of people on the panel do too. I think you're awesome. Your enthusiasm for Channel 101 and the fun that you guys have making shows jumps off the screen.

    I think we're all just waiting for you to take the next step. Up your game a little bit. There's a really charming quality to how "homemade" your shows feel, but you're just not quite there yet. I thought this show might have been edited in-camera, but then you added music to it, so you obviously have some access to editing equipment. Polish it up. Tell a good story. Hold on to that enthusiasm. Hope to see more from you in the future.
    Apr 01, 2013 at 2:36am
  • Hey Bobby,

    I think the bad sound and camera work kind of got in the way of your show for me. Goofy stories and bad acting (sorry) are never bad things in a 101 show, and can play really well in a screening. Bad audio on the other hand just makes it hard to watch.

    Story wise, don't leave your audience hanging at the end. If the ghost is going to get kicked out, your story should start with that, and end with him coming back home, with everyone having learned a lesson. Or something. Ending on a kind of "to be continued" note never really plays well.
    Mar 29, 2013 at 6:19pm
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqa1p55mYEs
    Mar 28, 2013 at 11:00pm
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