Reality TV Concepts

Looking to kill some time? Then check out these crazy reality TV ideas! Every day I will add a new, probably over the top, concept for a reality TV show; I figure there is no way I can do much worse than what is already on TV. Remember, this all just for fun (unless of course one of my ideas is picked up by a television network, in which case I expect some compensation), so do not be offended by anything. Enjoy!

Sunday, August 01, 2004

San Quentin

Five million dollars. Here it is numerically - $5,000,000. Not $1,000,000 or $2,000,000, but $5,000,000. Now that is a big prize. But that big of a prize does not come easily. In order to win the $5,000,000, you must outlast twelve other competitors. You must outlast twelve other competitors by staying in San Quentin State Prison longer than them.

There really are not many rules to this show. The contestants placed in San Quentin will simply have to survive and endure; they can quit at any time they please. They are not allowed to hire inmates to take out their competition, and they are not allowed to kill anyone (it sounds extreme, but they are in an extreme place). If they can find someone to offer them protection from other inmates, that is fine. If they have to become somebody's sexual outlet to get that protection (if they are lucky enough to make that decision themselves), that is within the confines of the rules. If they need to join a prison gang, they are free to do so. They just cannot break the rules stated earlier, or bribe inmates with anything other than what they can obtain in San Quentin (for example, cigarettes). The last contestant remaining without quitting is the winner.

Contestant will have to be extremely tough, both mentally and physically, to endure this show. They cannot have served any time in prison or in jail either; this may provide an unfair advantage. They cannot know anyone in San Quentin, as this also would provide an unfair advantage.

So, if your record is clean, and you think you are one tough s.o.b., feel free to apply. The prize is big, but the road to it is terrible.


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