Are You A Douchey $30,000 Millionaire? Yeah? Wanna Be On TV?
It's been known for some time now: The $30,000 millionaire isn't a myth; it's a very, very real creature. And it needs to be stopped.
Which is why this news is more than a little disconcerting: A production company claiming ties to Jersey Shore, The Osbournes, Punk'd, The Hills, and Jackass is currently casting Dallasites for a new reality show concept called $30,000 Millionaires.
Per the casting call, producers are in search of cast members that make less than $40,000 per year but are “clever, creative and resourceful enough to live like rockstars on a shoestring budget.”
Continues the call: “Despite the bad economy, you have a pimpin' ride, you're dressed to the nines, and [you] can make it on the guest list at the hottest clubs in town. How do you do it? Show the rest of the world how to 'fake it until you make it!'”
They used “pimpin',” you guys. And not ironically!