I completely love the absurdity of this program. It's so bad it's good and the only negative I see is it's got to be a career killer for later serious work, or maybe not, maybe it will be worth the client's money just to be involved in so much insanity, or maybe the old line is true, "there is no such thing as bad publicity".
I really mean it, Ivory camera handles, no backups, using a purple chase in a nightclub for a camera bench and cell phone calls screaming "major drama, major drama" is so crazy it's just off the scale and 180 from any set I've ever worked on.
It's funny, about 7 years ago I endeavored to write a script with a screenwriter about a fashion photographer that was all drama. He even had an assistant named Pistole that dressed in a silver jump suit and would only communicate using a PDA (this was pre I phone days).
We dropped the idea because we never thought anyone would believe it.
Now . . . well I guess we were wrong.