The citizens of Neptune City-Saturn Town have recently organized a peaceful protest and letter-writing campaign pleading with Nickelodeon to bring the one and only Jennette McCurdy back to TV. If you feel the same, contact Nickelodeon, Dan Schneider, or any other Hollywood big-shot that comes to mind, and tell ‘em: “I want my Jennette McCurdy!”
This art was done for the cover of the 50th Anniversary issue of Ocean County College’s “Ocean Views” alumni magazine. It is an updated version of a previous piece I had submitted to that publication, which I was requested to change (make more colorful) for use as the cover (I was told they had liked the art that much).
I didn’t hear anything after submitting, and now, with the recent release of that particular issue, I find I did not make the cover after having them get my hopes so very up.
Guess I better re-read the material on rejection.
According to television commercials currently airing around the clock on Nickelodeon, the great Dan Schneider show “Sam & Cat” is currently down to only two final episodes. At least Nick is making up for this travesty by showing reruns of iCarly and other Schneider classics all summer long. It helps.
Hopefully super-talented Jennette McCurdy will be returning to television screens soon. I think she would be perfect as the star of a kid-friendly skit-show where her creative energies could really have a chance to shine the brightest (let’s face it, she can sing, dance, do impressions, the works!). Just watch her performances in the recommended “Best Player” and “Swindle” to see what I mean.
Include the hilarious Jerry Trainor and musically inclined Drake Bell in the cast, and I’d watch it over SNL any day.
One can dream, but only time will tell.
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