When you need a little guidance to make a decision, this is what you need to know about ‘America’s Got Talent’
The latest episode of America’s Got Love, airing tonight at 9 p.m., is about to get a lot more serious.
In a show that’s more interested in a social contract than in the real-world struggles that shape it, America’s got Talent hosts Adam Scott and Alex Hirsch are in an argument about how much fun it is to be on this show and how much it hurts when a show like this is over.
The argument is as follows: You’re on the show, and you get a job.
The problem is that you’re a showrunner, so you’re the star, the showrunner.
The people who work on your show have to sign contracts saying that you get to do this stuff, but you’re not allowed to talk to the cast or the audience.
So how can you make the show the best it can be?
You need to be a dick.
It’s all about how to deal with your ego.
The first season of America, a four-episode special that premiered last fall, was a perfect case study in the power of the ego.
Scott, who co-hosts the show with Hirsch, wanted to give Adam an honest assessment of how much the show sucked, and why.
They started with a simple question: How bad could it be?
In the pilot episode, which aired on October 17, 2016, Adam and Alex were talking about their show when they heard an episode of The Voice that seemed like a perfect fit.
“I’m like, ‘Oh, that sounds good,'” Scott said.
“But then I think, ‘I can’t say that.
I can’t even think about that.’
I’m like: ‘This is it.
“We just talked about it for a while, and he said, ‘This seems like a great idea,’ ” Scott said, laughing. “
“He’s like, I’m so glad I was on a reality show. “
We just talked about it for a while, and he said, ‘This seems like a great idea,’ ” Scott said, laughing.
“He’s like, I’m so glad I was on a reality show.
He was like, This sounds like the show for me.
I’m glad I got a chance to see him.”
Adam and Scott decided to put the show on hold for three weeks so they could get to know each other, talk about their experiences on the air, and make their voices heard.
They took turns answering questions about their jobs and what it was like working for a network, but eventually decided to let the conversation unfold, because it’s just too big a risk to take if you don’t want to have an argument.
“It was like a death knell,” Scott said of his decision to cancel the show.
“You can’t just go out and make fun of someone else’s decision.
It has to be the right thing to do.”
For Adam and Adam, this was an easy decision.
The show is built around their own personal stories.
But the stakes for the show were higher than they anticipated.
“This show is supposed to be like a sitcom.
But there are no friends,” Adam said.
The writers had to come up with a way to break the tension and make sure Adam and the cast were on the same page about what they were doing.
“They were like, this show is like a family.
They’re like, we’re on this team.
I know that.
They knew that.
It was a good opportunity to let them know,” Scott added.
“And they’re like: You know what?
We’re on our own team.
We’re not the people who make this show.
This was our show.
It wasn’t going to be another show that was like another show.
So we’re like oh, I guess that’s cool.”
They ended up doing a lot of stuff in the first three weeks that were “a little bit of comedy,” Scott explained.
They played games on the set like a game of Scrabble and a game called “The Little Things,” where they played around with some of the show’s most popular and important elements.
They did some improv that had to do with their own relationships with each other and their castmates, and they did some sketch comedy, including the most memorable and well-received episode, “A Better Man,” in which the duo was joined by Adam’s friend Adam Levine and the comedian Michael Che.
They even got to see the show from a distance and, as the show was about to premiere, watched the opening credits on the television.
Adam had a big plan for the episode.
“Adam had a really cool idea for the first time, which is to take a lot out of the first episode,” Scott told me.
“The premise is, you get your character on this thing called ‘America,’ and you start a whole new relationship with a group of people.
That’s what he was really going for.
And he wanted to do a little bit with his character,