Word Doctor

Daily Prompt: Money for Nothing

by Krista on February 15, 2014

If you’re like most of us, you need to earn money by working for a living. Describe your ultimate job. If you’re in your dream job, tell us all about it — what is it that you love? What fulfills you? If you’re not in your dream job, describe for us what your ultimate job would be

Dr. Jimmie G

I want to be a script doctor. Bring me your broken, injured, or diseased scripts. I will give them a standard check-up, of course covered under almost all Writers Insurance.     A CAT scan of your words to examine subtext is standard. I then check grammatical joints such as conjunctions, prepositional and indefinite phrases, et al, to determine responsiveness.

Patients point of view is then catalogued and cross referenced against material, this is the best method for examining the writer’s Voice.

After the examination is complete surgery can be scheduled to excise dead content tissue. For healthier scripts one or more therapies may be applied.

  • Embellishment Massage
  • Storyline Corrective Adjustment
  • Multi-Character Distinction Injections
  • Continuity Prescriptions
  • Narrative Alignment

My Titan Package is geared toward the major studios. All the above services are standard in addition to:

  • Content Reconstructive Surgery
  • Multi-Author Storyline/Plot Fusions
  • Plot Anemia Corrective Treatment
  • Franchise Rehabilitation Therapy
  • Full Script may be commissioned with little more than a phrase.

No script is too small, no script is too far gone.

Whats your preSCRIPTion?

Dr. Jimmie G.


10 thoughts on “Word Doctor”

    1. Thanks litadoolan. I checked out your blog site. How might I read some of your plays? Want to do a swap? I have a full length play recently produced at the Annex Theatre in Seattle. I would love to read ‘Dad Sold our house on Ebay’.


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