Six degrees of Kevin Bacon: fun game or way of life?
Well, its turning into a way of life.
I’m booking my social calendar for the next few weeks (I know, who’d have thought a poor little introvert like me could be so popular?), and you’d be surprised at how many people I know have someone in LA.
I’ve got the one who knows the neighborhoods (Starbucks, Tuesday evening), the one who was out there to do improv (Starbucks, Monday evening), the one who lives there and might have a job if I can’t find anything in entertainment (phone call, next Thursday). I know a guy who knows a guy who can do a thing or two.
Nice to know things work that way. I’m looking at jobs and should start applying soon. The NBC West Coast Page Program sounds exciting, a good job with networking opportunities. Unlike the NBC East Coast Page Program (Kenneth Parcell), the West Coast focuses more on entertainment rather than broadcast news. I could be seating people for Jay Leno. (If you know Jay Leno, you can send me his email and we can skip the middle man.)
There’s an internship at Screen Gems I have my eye on. It’s a development position, much like the one I had at Sony Television, which means I’m sure to love it. I have to make the dream list now. I’ll start on the sad, not ideal existence list probably next week.
Starbucks is on it.
There will always be Starbucks.
Next time, you find out how my parents react to the announcement.
This entry was posted on June 15, 2011 by Kate Cornell. It was filed under Generalities, Philosophy, Real Life Adventures and was tagged with coffee, jay leno, kenneth parcell, kevin bacon, la, los angeles, moving to LA, NBC page, social calendar, starbucks.