Excited Netflix Writers Turn To Google Gemini For New Show Ideas | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Publisher's note: This post appears here on Eastern NC NOW with the expressed permission of the Babylon Bee - friends that can find your funny bone in a very dark room.

    LOS GATOS, CA     Creative professionals all know what it's like to get writers' block - and none more so than Netflix writers, who have to come up with all kinds of new show ideas constantly.

    So the studio's writers were "excited" and "absolutely jazzed" to learn about Google Gemini, the search and tech giant's new A.I. system that generates images of historical figures with a diverse twist.

    "OK, folx, we need to come up with a new show about George Washington," said head writer Garth Alba. "I just don't know where to go with that, though. He's so boring and white." One intern, Chandra Patel, then spoke up, suggesting they ask Google Gemini to generate some images of George Washington to stimulate their creativity. What came back floored every writer in the room: "It's George Washington alright, but there's something different about him. Hey, wait a minute - he's black!"

    The writers excitedly typed up their pitch and show outline for their new Netflix biopic about Washington. "Let's try another one - Joan of Arc!" said Alba. The AI then produced a picture of an androgynous Native American. "Brilliant!"

    With their newfound digital muse, the Netflix writers' room was able to come up with over 30 new show ideas, including ones centered around Adolf Hitler as a black woman, Rasputin as a transgender Indian homeless person in a wheelchair, and Winston Churchill as a Mexican midget.

    "Well, our work here is done," said Alba. "Now we've got plenty of time for rooftop cornhole and mimosas at lunch! Come on, gang!"
Go Back

Leave a Guest Comment

Your Name or Alias
Your Email Address ( your email address will not be published)
Enter Your Comment ( no code or urls allowed, text only please )

Aw: Gender Studies Grad Writes ‘Thank You’ In Latte For Plumber Who Paid For Her Student Loans Babylon Bee, Editorials, Op-Ed & Politics Google Execs Promise To Do A Better Job Of Hiding Their AI's Racism


Latest Op-Ed & Politics

Police in the nation’s capital are not stopping illegal aliens who are driving around without license plates, according to a new report.
Davidaon County student suspended for using correct legal term for those in country illegally
Lawmakers and privacy experts on both sides of the political spectrum are sounding the alarm on a provision in a spy powers reform bill that one senator described as one of the “most terrifying expansions of government surveillance” in history
given to illegals in Mexico before they even get to US: NGOs connected to Mayorkas
committee gets enough valid signatures to force vote on removing Oakland, CA's Soros DA
other pro-terrorist protests in Chicago shout "Death to America" in Farsi


Only two of the so-called “three Johns” will be competing to replace Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as leader of the Senate GOP.
House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan (R-OH) is looking into whether GoFundMe and Eventbrite cooperated with federal law enforcement during their investigation into the financial transactions of supporters of former President Donald Trump.
Turkish diplomatic sources say he did
Popularity of government leader crashes, even among his own party members.
Wisconsin voters ban private money, nonprofits from the election process after 2020 ‘Zuckerbucks’ controversy; spotlight now on 22 states that still allow it.
6 month old baby fighting for life after mother killed; policewoman finally arrives, shoots knifeman


Far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was mocked online late on Monday after video of her yelling at pro-Palestinian activists went viral.
Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro, along with hosts Matt Walsh, Andrew Klavan, and company co-founder Jeremy Boreing discussed the state of the 2024 presidential election before President Joe Biden gave his State of the Union address on Thursday.
Lots of elements that have to be dug up with heavy fossil fuel vehicles
Yet again we see the truth in the ole saying, once the camel gets his head under the test ain't no tellin what he will do next
joins West Virginia and Montana in ending Renewable Portfolio standards
good Washington Examiner analysis, but where is RNC on pushing back on this issue?


Back to Top