Pilot Episode

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Penguin, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 217 pages
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Corliss Myers is the kind of girl who watches TV. (Alone. On prom night.) Not the kid who works in TV. So imagine her excitement when her uncle gets her an internship on The Bu, the hottest teen beach drama coming soon to television. Not only does the internship get her out of Indianano- place, it also allows her the privilege of observing the making of a sure-to-be hit TV show. Little does Corliss know that her job description is not unlike that of floor nurse on the psych ward. Soon Corliss is administering to the producer s mammoth ego, keeping bed watch on the boozy starlet, and intercepting a burgeoning romance between two of the mega-hot, hormonally compromised leads. Can Corliss hold herself together, or will she, for sanity s sake, say buh-bye to The Bu?

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Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com
Corliss's uncle landed her an internship on TV's hottest upcoming show.
Unfortunately, she didn't realize that she'd be spending her days breaking up the on-set couple, trying to help a washed-up star, and smoothing out issues on set -- all while keeping the producer's ego intact.
It wasn't the job she signed up for, but she can't force herself to quit.
Can she keep the set from going down in flames?
Jordan Cooke takes a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a TV show. Readers who loved The OC and now Gossip Girl will enjoy reading about the drama on set after the cameras stop rolling.

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Jordan Cooke lives in Los Angeles, California.

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