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1996-05-18 00:00:00 - Re: Sample E-mail - (puddintame@aol.com)


In article <4njj1d$j7@news2.h1.usa.pipeline.com>, vic33@usa.pipeline.com(Vic) writes: >I just saw the new UPN fall lineup. So, Nowhere Man has been replaced by >"Goode Behavior"...... starring George Jefferson as a paroled con artist. >"Sparks x3" about a walk-in law firm. And on another night..... > >HOME BOYS IN OUTER SPACE?!?!?!?!?!?!?! > >What genius came up with this BRILLIANT strategy? I understand you don't >work for UPN, but how can you sit there and let a Touchstone Television >production get dumped in lieu of this total garbage? What is the strategy >here? That the intelligent, middle class viewers of NWM don't bring in the >advertising dollars that we'll see raining down once we capture the "Home >Boys in Outer Space" market share? This will definitely sound hypcritical coming from ME BUT I really don't think you're going to win over any hearts at UPN by being SNIDE. It will be much more effective to write a well-worded, classy piece of correspondence expressing not only your disappointment at the cancellation of the show but also gratitude to UPN for keeping the show on the air one full season despite poor ratings. and "flooding" someone's mailbos is no less than harrassment. You can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar. I don't think we want to give anyone at UPN the impression that Nowhere Man fans are a collection of rude ingrates.

1996-05-18 00:00:00 - Sample E-mail - (vic33@usa.pipeline.com)


I just sent the following to ettore_zuccarelli@studio.disney.com and am posting it here as an example of what other Nowhere Man fans might like to send. to: ettore_zuccarelli@studio.disney.com I just saw the new UPN fall lineup. So, Nowhere Man has been replaced by "Goode Behavior"...... starring George Jefferson as a paroled con artist. "Sparks x3" about a walk-in law firm. And on another night..... HOME BOYS IN OUTER SPACE?!?!?!?!?!?!?! What genius came up with this BRILLIANT strategy? I understand you don't work for UPN, but how can you sit there and let a Touchstone Television production get dumped in lieu of this total garbage? What is the strategy here? That the intelligent, middle class viewers of NWM don't bring in the advertising dollars that we'll see raining down once we capture the "Home Boys in Outer Space" market share? -- Vic33@usa.pipeline.com http://pwp.usa.pipeline.com/~vic33/ **** FIGHT CENSORSHIP ON THE INTERNET**** Unsolicited commercial e-mail is subject to a $50 fee. Sending me such mail indicates your acceptance of these terms.

1996-05-19 00:00:00 - Re: Sample E-mail - (CWZY26B@prodigy.com)


Puddin', I agree we should thank them, but they did not give it enough chance. Seinfeld had garbage ratings for one season, and they increased the second, and shot up the third season and held. UPN did do a good job keeping Nowhere Man, however, it was not given a fair trial.

1996-05-19 00:00:00 - Re: Sample E-mail - (alantuck@usa.pipeline.com)


On May 19, 1996 02:23:16 in article <Re: Sample E-mail>, 'CWZY26B@prodigy.com (Jason Conrad)' wrote: >Puddin', I agree we should thank them, but they did not give it enough >chance. Seinfeld had garbage ratings for one season, and they increased >the second, and shot up the third season and held. UPN did do a good job >keeping Nowhere Man, however, it was not given a fair trial. You're comparing apples and oranges. Seinfeld is not a valid comparison. Half-hour sitcoms and one-hour dramas are totally different animals. Although, if Veil had Kramer as a kooky sidekick, it might have brought in an additional viewer or two. -Alan Tucker-