This is a spin off of the show REPO Games on Spike TV.

Created, Written & Directed by Well I Think It’s Funny.

Produced by Andrew Seely & Well I Think It’s Funny

Shot by Alex Lehmann

Sound by Leonardo Nasca


Host – America Young

Matt – Owen Dixon

Dad – Aleks Paunovic

Sam – Ginny McQueen

Ms Poppins – Sierra Fisk

Dr. Dexter – Cameron Bender

Special Thanks:

Greg Aronowitz, John Dixon and Repo Games (on Spike TV)


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America Young has really been sinking her teeth into the web community. She has not only created her own show “Groupidity,” but has also worked on "Goodnight Burbank" (now on Hulu), "Damsels and Dragons," “The Romantic Foibles of Esteban,” “Childrens Outreach Crew,” “General Elevator” (directed by Jerry Zucker), and Felicia Day & Kim Evey’s “The Guild.”   She was the Executive Director and one of founders of The Feel Good Film Festival (2008-2011), Panel Producer for AFI Festival 2009, and Director of Operations of The Santa Catalina Film Festival (2011).  She has stunt coodinated the feature films "April Showers", "Nuclear Family," and music videos such as “Hot and Cold” (Katy Perry), “Outta My Head” (Ashlee Simpson), “Scream” (Chris Cornell), and “Pocket Full of Sunshine” (Natasha Beddingfield).  She is one of the executive producers of feature film anthology called Girls! Girls! Girls! that required each short film be written, produced, directed, shot, and edited by a woman.

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  1. America

    Totally agree!

    I actually went back and forth with whether to make him low income or not but in the end, since I was parodying an existing show, I thought it was a truer parody to keep the contestant similar to the people who are in the show. And a MAJORITY of the contestants in the actual show come from lower income families.

  2. Kerri

    Eee- mixed feelings on this one. Yes, it is funny…but ( you knew there was a ‘but’ coming)

    the statistics don’t play into the trailer trash stereo type…Victims of abuse come from all walks of life, from professional families where the parents are doctors, lawyers and executives to average, middle class families in all income brackets.

    We tend to overlook abuse signs when the parents are wearing Armani and Prada, so the cycle continues.

    Still, thank you for at least broaching the subject!

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