In practice, sometimes the system worked really well, and I'm sure the TV show we were making would be better-than-average if it had actually been filmed. Other times, the narrative thread would get bogged down and it wasn't so successful. For a system with so few rules, I think it was still over-complicated. If your players are good enough to handle making up scenes, improv-ing, and narrating situations (even their own failures), then a lot of the frou-frou in the game was not so much an aid as a distraction from the story-telling, but it fit with the TV show conceit.
But on the whole, it was a fun experience with a really good group of players. Thanks to Prime and Riz for making it possible.
Sunday morning, we had the Creamers over for a bit, and the wee ones inspected the pumpkins.
Later Sunday, I made one of my rare appearances on the field of garden battle, as I attacked the hedge with the clippers.