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Casting Call: Are You Cool Enough To Be on St. Louis' Crappy Version of The Hills?

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A new reality show is casting twentysomethings in St. Louis.
Are you a twentysomething fresh out of college, spending your days at Whole Foods and your nights at Bar Napoli, always surrounded by a group of loud, crazy friends?

We know a television company that wants to put you on TV.

Coolfire Studio -- the St. Louis-based group that brought us Salvage City -- is casting for a new reality-television series here in St. Louis through January, and their casting wish list describes just about every midcounty douchebag in town.

Agents can't yet share any details about the show, including who's airing it, how it works or even what it is, but thanks to a casting call, Daily RFT can tell you what they're looking for. The casting parameters sound like a ratchet version of The Hills, that Laguna Beach spinoff full of rich and bro-y friends.

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Think you're right for the show? The studio wants to know.

See if you have what it takes on the next page.


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hgoalie23
hgoalie23

Steve Miner belongs on this show. Hands down. That kid is always out, crazy, partying, always looks hot, hot girls and guys with him, VIP, always just having fun. Find him on Facebook and Check him out. Blonde, tan, Ken doll look alike.

Bennessy
Bennessy

They should film rich white kids trying to live in North St. Louis.

HaveANiceDay
HaveANiceDay

you hipsters are just as revolting as the "bros" and "ratchets".

Reneé Sullivan
Reneé Sullivan

These shows get ratings, and that's why there are so many of them. If some in 'our generation' would stand up, we could find solutions to those problems instead of pointing the finger at our predecessors. What are WE doing about it? What are WE going to do to ensure a better future for OUR children? Kill your TV. Build community. Grow things. Vote.

Courtney M Hayes
Courtney M Hayes

Who repealed Glass-Steagall, passed NAFTA, sent us into 2 decade+ long wars, bailed out the banks, and caused a financial crisis that we're still dealing with - that would be our parents' generation. All the while, WE are bearing the brunt of these crises with low wage jobs, skyrocketing costs of education, and a massive load of student debt that previous generations couldn't imagine. I'm not saying this out of spite or meanness - there is much to admire our parents and their generation for - but we are also suffering because of decisions made in the '80's and '90's and being fed this nonsense "reality" TV that paints us as vapid, spoiled, and self centered.

Ray Thomas
Ray Thomas

you are jobless and broke because of your parents generation??...please explain!!

Ashley Gallagher
Ashley Gallagher

OMG. I hope it doesn't make TV because this is totally embarrassing for people in St. Louis that party with class.

Mark Bland
Mark Bland

NO NO NO....pretentious HIPSTER coffee drinking writers are NOT ALLOWED to call anyone a douchebag, not possible! And no one out here in the counties calls it MID-COUNTY...its either NORTH, SOUTH or WEST. Simple #2013RFTTwitterTwerp

Cortney Meyer
Cortney Meyer

Girl sign yourself up. I'm not your producer. Beach bound

Jesda Ulati
Jesda Ulati

We have already reruns of COPS to portray STL City

Joshua Young
Joshua Young

I hope I'm not cool enough at all. Please don't pick me!

Lynn Jones
Lynn Jones

lol omg please..we're trying to build up the image not shoot it down

Alexray Magrini
Alexray Magrini

If the show airs St. Louis may hop out to the county and lynch mob these "kids".

Greg Kiger
Greg Kiger

Is it good for our City's image??? Somehow I doubt it.

Kathi Corbett-Otto
Kathi Corbett-Otto

I hope there aren't enough low-quality human beings in St. Louis to make a show like this. I fear I am hoping in vain.

Courtney M Hayes
Courtney M Hayes

I'm 22 and don't know anybody like this. These stupid reality shows that portray millennials as rich, spoiled a-holes instead of jobless and broke thanks to our parents' generation which is closer to reality...

Nick Dunne
Nick Dunne

The thing is, the "cast" most likely won't even be from St. Louis City. Probably a bunch of spoiled mindless county rich kids.

Joan Reeves
Joan Reeves

Shallow, vapid a-holes only, need apply.

Jen Buffy
Jen Buffy

I wish they would cast people who make a difference in the world, not bull shit drama.

Greg Bradshaw
Greg Bradshaw

K I think Byron would have us in stitches and he knows the downtown/hipster bar scene

Shahla Faraji
Shahla Faraji

It's funny they mentioned Brentwood Forest... lol it's as far as "hip" as you can get. Most are old and middle aged folks.

Brennan Keppler
Brennan Keppler

How can I sign up? They're are so many people that say they would love to watch me

Christian Hagenlocher
Christian Hagenlocher

For a good STL reality drama, film the morning commute after it snows 2 inches!

Morgan Gaw
Morgan Gaw

Oh and by jobs I'm not talking about talent. I'm talking about writers, field crew, and post houses.

Morgan Gaw
Morgan Gaw

Maybe it's a downer on your day but it's providing jobs for people in this city that would other wise need to look else where. It's not always about what's on the surface. Sure it might not be something you like but at least it's something. Maybe it will inspire other ideas that you might like. Maybe it will get national networks looking at this town. Hell it might even get us a bigger tax break so we can make films like Up In the Air again.

kpickett6312
kpickett6312

This is the BS that will make STL look bad, not salvage city.

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