Sara Whitman

New Direction...

Filed By Sara Whitman | April 01, 2009 4:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: gay families, NBC, reality shows, road trip

I received an email yesterday from a friend. She thought we'd be perfect for this.

Saturday, April 4th, 3PM - 5 PM at Boston Casting

"Boston, MA-- Are you an outgoing and fun family with at least 2 kids between the ages of 10 and 16? Do you want to go on the cross country trip of lifetime? Boston Casting is holding an open casting call for New England's most extroverted families for NBC's new reality show THE GREAT AMERICAN ROAD TRIP on Saturday, April 4th from 3 PM - 5 PM at Boston Casting.

What type of family are you?

We're looking for The Loudest Family, The Clean Freaks, The Brainiacs, The Trekkie Family, The Real Life Griswalds, The Cheap Family, The Musical Family, The Wild and Crazy Latin Family, The Ultimate Italian Family, The Ultimate Greek Family, The Heavy Metal Family, or any other type of REALLY FUN Family!"

I think we're the really fun, really gay family. I've struggled with a while about direction, what to do next... well, now I have it.

Road trip, baby!

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Hey, I'd watch you. We need more really fun, really gay families on our television.

I think you should try out for "The Real Life Griswalds"

You'd make one helluva Clark in the flick...

I think you'd be great. Watch out for the "Cheap, Trekkie, Gay, Greek Family" at the auditions, though.

bigolpoofter | April 1, 2009 9:37 PM

Damn these screen readers! Here you're talking about a "family show," and I'm all jazzed up for a nude erection...

so my oldest son did NOT get that this was a april fools joke and is seriously into trying out for the show.

I am NOT eating worms or boxing kangaroos or anything humiliating.

stay tuned. this may happen for real.