Sitcom Writer loses place on the moral high ground

Funny story written by Ben Macnair

Sunday, 12 September 2021

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Of course, he would say that, wouldn't he?

After posting something on Twitter, a man vaguely famous for writing a sitcom that is little remembered realises that he no longer has the moral high ground.

Speaking to us over zoom he said 'Yes, I know my show was cancelled, because the BBC was looking for something more highbrow, like Miranda or Mrs Brown's Boys, but I don't think I should be cancelled either. I mean everyone has the right to post what they like on Twitter, but it would appear I don't' he said petulantly.

Someone else wrote something five minutes ago, and now the sitcom writer has been forgotten about. He piped up, grumbling again 'I am not even Twitter famous now'.

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