D. N. R. -the Best Show That Will NEVER Be on Television: Season One

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2008 - Fiction - 284 pages
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"D.N.R." is a dark comedy following the everyday life of a young man who gets caught in the dark underbelly of hospital life. JOHNNY is a naive, twenty-one year old living in the Mid-West. He takes a job as a hospital transporter to hold him over until something better comes along. Johnny believes this job will only be temporary and have no real impact on his life. He slowly discovers this is not the case. After surviving his unusual orientation, Johnny meets an interesting and often disturbing group of co-workers. Johnny is instantly taken under the wing of SCOTT, the hospital slacker. Scott became a transporter for the same reasons as Johnny, but after eleven years he has given up on the idea of finding something better and now finds entertainment in being the most hated worker at the hospital. When a young nurse catches Johnny's eye, he is too shy to ask her out and soon finds himself caught in the 'friend zone'. Johnny slowly becomes comfortably miserable with his new position in life. Things take a turn for the worse when Johnny's best friend gets engaged and they begin to drift apart. This hilarious and poignant book will instantly draw you in and leave you eagerly awaiting the next season of "D.N.R."

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