Judging by what's on television nowadays, the American public is clearly fascinated by the premise that anything and everything can be "improved" bodies, houses, cars, lives, etc.
With that said, someone should consider a makeover show for frat parties.
I think there is good money in a show on which a team of dubious experts help a fraternity put on its dream themed party.
"Okay, the brothers of Tau Beta Chi love Willy Wonka, so we're gonna create a chocolate river that runs through the house and install a vertical wind tunnel in the backyard replete with a bubble machine and champagne bar to serve as the Fizzy Lifting Drink room."
Speaking of frat parties…
Jesus Cuellar, a sophomore majoring in Spanish, said he went to The Row the night of Alpha Epsilon Pi's Once Upon a Time in Mexico party and saw a chain-link fence, barbed wire, a "Danger Keep Out" sign, flashing red lights and a cardboard poster reading "Welcome to Mexico" outside of the fraternity house.
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity hosted a party that was promoted as having an L.A. Riots theme on Thursday, Feb. 3.
In spring 2004, the Delta Tau Delta fraternity hosted a party titled "Mekong Delta," which focused on the Vietnam War.
In high school, each year, our marching band conceived a halftime show involving the score of a movie or a musical. I remember one year, the band performed a show based on Independence Day that featured a pathetic homemade alien saucer.
I always thought the marching band should have performed a show based on Saving Private Ryan. I pictured explosives planted underneath the field detonating and band members collapsing one by one until there was only a trumpet player left standing and then he or she would play "Taps."
Unfortunately, Scott didn't share my vision.