Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Coto de Caza Housewives Reality TV Show Finally Debuts in Bravo Network

Coto de Caza Housewives Reality TV Show Finally Debuts in Bravo Network

The much awaited reality TV show finally premiered last night in the Bravo network.
For the few Coto residents who missed it, the reality show conceptually based on HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm” focuses on the lives of five families within Coto de Caza. Although the credits were not there, special recognition should have been given to the Coto de Caza board of directors for having provided such a warm welcome to the producers of the show. You may recall that the board of directors, in an unprecedented move, turned control of a board of director’s meeting to the producers, prior to start of shooting. And now, Coto residents as well as the rest of the country can see the results of their efforts: A close look at a Lawless, Clueless Coto de Caza.

Other board accomplishments since the landmark decision to turn over a meeting to the producers of a reality TV show, over a CHP traffic awareness program, include:
· A new record for traffic accidents was set in 2005
· The first traffic fatality in the last 10 years
· A promise to bring the Sheriff for pro-active traffic control, for free, never materialized, instead
· Let road certification expire so that
· Neither the CHP nor the Sheriff can do pro-active traffic control
· A new traffic fatality in 2006
· The hiring and firing of a public safety chairperson for refusing to advance board’s personal agendas
· An attack with a deadly weapon, disguised as a game

Should be a bonanza for the new TV Show!

From: "Morabito, Joe"
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 14:15:34 -0800
Subject: [COTO] RE: Coto Desperate Housewives - Reality TV

My concern about this show is that Coto is going be portrayed as a bunch of shallow, self absorbed, botoxed, rich people living behind gates. One of these women is a former Playmate model. Gee, I wonder why she was selected to be on the show. Most of us in Coto live pretty plain normal lives. We probably travel more than most people; but we go to church and support many charities. However, that story would not be interesting for Reality TV. Instead, this will be Desperate Housewives Coto style. And just think, the current incompetent, Feel Good CZ Board played a part in making it all happen rather than deal with their responsibilities under our governing documents. I assume this production company has been given transponders to make their egress-ingress more convenient. Nothing would surprise me with Varo and Company. Joe Morabito

P.S. I was actually called to be on this show. Now that would have been a real hoot. Of course I said NO because I am not into circus entertainment.

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