Good news! My gritty true crime series has been given even more international accolades. As it should. The wise people at The Independent Television and Film Festival in Dover & Wilmington, Vermont, USA have honoured my show, Dick Dribble: Pro-Baller/Private Eye with an official selection. I’m not sure why it’s been put in the comedy section – must be an administrative error. I shouldn’t blame them. I can’t help but have a good belly laugh when I see how many times I’ve given basketball-related crime a royal fisting!
Or should I say “pfisting.”
(If you actually watch the show, you’ll get my reference there)
Dick Dribble screens at 6.10pm on Thursday 26 and 2.10pm on Friday 27 October at the Memorial Hall in Wilmington. Which looks like this. In fact, I’ll probably just use all the award money to buy this building so I can move in and watch all my episodes on repeat on the big screen.
I’ll be patiently awaiting my awards on September 28, thanks ITV Fest.
Alley-oop! My crime reenactments won TWO prizes at the LA Web Series Festival! Outstanding Producing and Outstanding Lead Actor. Some spuds have taken credit for my basketball-saving heroics but we all know who’s responsible. Here’s a hint. The name starts with “D” and ends with “ick”.
My most deadliest case yet. The leader of the notorious Pfister clan, Graig Pfister, challenges me to a BASKETBALL GAME TO THE DEATH. Is this the end for me?… Who do you think wrote this description? Well it wasn’t my mum, you plonker.
Seriously, what the fuck, guys?! There’s another pro-baller/private eye in K-Town? How can I solve the crime – stopping a basketball card-thieving thug – when she’s ruining everything? Luckily she’s everything my humble, rational self is not – she’s arrogant, completely deluded and rubbish at basketball.
It’s been suggested I should receive an Order of Australia for completing this case. I won’t disagree with that. Here I solve the most important mystery of our time: Why did basketball’s popularity nosedive in Australia in the late 90s?… Sad to say my best pal was involved. I’m too emotional to talk about this right now.
This week I force-feed a truth casserole to the notorious Pfister basketball criminal clan. And they don’t like the flavour. Also Hoop King of Australia/my best pal, Andrew Gaze, is in my bedroom helping me out big time.
You ever had a day when your life has been every Julia Roberts movie? Me too. Several. This is one of them. Watch as I tackle the biggest ever class action case, make a new biker pal, and hunt down the worst mass murderer in basketball crime history. No biggie. Just another Julia Roberts-day that’s all.