By Paul Bedard, Washington Whispers
Most people think Washingtonians are boring and wonky, but if a new TV reality series makes it on air, the city could get a new—and unwelcome—face lift. We hear that a reality TV program is casting for younger Hill aides whose outrageous activities in and out of the office can be captured for primetime. We don't know who's doing the show, though we were provided a brief summary and E-mail for show-offs to send their résumé and photo to. The following E-mail came to us from a source who was asked by the producers to pass it on:
A major reality production company is casting NOW for a new documentary series set on Capitol Hill.
We are looking for fun-loving, hard-working guys and girls who are between the ages of 21-35, live in the DC area, work on Capitol Hill or are affiliated with the government/policy.
We are looking for people with outrageous personalities who will show us what it's like to work and play on The Hill. We are especially interested in goings-on outside of the office.
If interested, please email a photo, television link of yourself to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Please include your name and daytime phone number in the email.)
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