Also Lew Magram must think we’re all dopes. He thinks he has to tell people to watch the TV screen. Look at the screen, folks – not the rabbit ears, not the ceiling, not the bowl of chips. The screen.
It isn’t even an exciting shirt collar. I’m not sure you can even make a shirt collar that interesting, really. Even if you covered it in sequins and sparkles, it’s not going to be able to carry a TV show by itself. Shirt collars don’t sing or solve mysteries.
I don’t know who the guy is, but I think we’re supposed to know and be impressed. He is the “STAR” – although given the insecure vibe of capital letters plus quotation marks, I think he may be an imposter of some kind. He looks sneaky (well, boring too, but definitely sneaky).
Note that you can buy this cutting-edge fashion in “TV blue.” Maybe it makes you glow in a dark room. Perhaps that’s why they tell people to look at the screen – wear this, and your family’s going to try watching “Car 54″ on your torso.
I guess there was a show called “Curtis” and this was the exciting shirt worn on the show. Wow, I hope that’s out on DVD!
I checked Wikipedia and TV Party for possible shows and actors. I got nothing. Anyone know about this show or the “STAR”?