About Cookie Logic TV

The Cookie Logic Show is now on hiatus!  We are taping our next season and we look forward to bringing back our cast of characters to answer all of your pressing questions.  What in the world did Cookie do to get arrested?  Will Debra ever get any air time?  Is the quality of Jim’s legal representation worth all those retainer fees he’s getting on the show?  Will Susan leave us for Japanese TV?  Will Jackson’s voice change?   What is under that trench coat Wendy is wearing?  And, what is that Camille kid up to?   You tell us?  We want to know too!  

A small Alabama town strives to create the perfect almost reality talk show with a cast of colorful, quirky characters and an often over-the-top but endearing storyline. Set, from all appearances, in a sweet Southern town by the picturesque Tennessee River, The Cookie Logic Show depicts the almost real life of Cookie Stoner, a sassy, talkative soccer mom who dreams of being the star of the perfect talk show. She thinks she must be getting closer now that she is on the network that has such favorites as The Office, Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie, America’s Top Model & Judge Judy.  She can’t wait to meet all of her new celebrity friends!

Surprising, zany conflicts arise from Cookie and her cast that include Cookie’s own college age daughter studying to be an actress, a newly single forty something southern belle, a country boy football-loving retired lawyer and a pleasant, but out-of-place in the deep South, Jewish lady from New York. To add to the comic trauma, overly excited, Kelly from Orlando is asked to direct The Cookie Logic Show with a small production crew run by her exasperated-with-small-town-option’s, husband, Erle.  There will be some new characters arriving to help Cookie create the perfect show.  A new “Voice,” a funny lawyer, real music, real guests, real useful information and entertainment will abound on Cookie’s talk show, as Cookie and her show crew deal with the almost reality dilemmas of creating the perfect talk show in a perfectly assorted world of dreaming big in a small town.

 

The Cookie Logic TV Show is working with the talents Erle and Kelly Hughes with The Art of Video production company.  We are excited to be working with such a seasoned group of people.

A small Alabama town strives to create the perfect almost reality talk show with a cast of colorful, quirky characters and an often over-the-top but endearing storyline. Set, from all appearances, in a sweet Southern town by the picturesque Tennessee River, The Cookie Logic Show depicts the almost real life of Cookie Stoner, a sassy, talkative soccer mom who dreams of being the star of the perfect talk show. She thinks she must be getting closer now that she is on the network that has such favorites as The Office, Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie, America’s Top Model & Judge Judy.  She can’t wait to meet all of her new celebrity friends!
In addition to television the show is on Vimeo and our website http://www.cookielogic.com.

The show made its debut in February 2010.  Each person in the cast was chosen by Cookie because of their individual unique humor and talent.  Also, Cookie knew that each person would create a demographic which would give the show a larger viewing audience.  This would ultimately help her reach her goal of promoting community events, sponsors and hopefully entertain a variety of viewers.

Cookie believes in selling her sponsors with “old school” mentions which were perfected by the great Arthur Godfrey. Each one of the cast members may perform a “mention spot,” but according to Cookie the cast member must have an intimate knowledge of our product or our sponsor. This is what sets us apart from the bells and whistles of advertisers today even on local shows. “We sell the sponsor in a professional yet entertaining manner.”  We weave our sponsors into our show and they become a part of the storyline.

Scott Willis, a local artist and beloved friend to many in north Alabama, was in our original cast.  His creative ideas along with his pregnant pause and eye rolling at Cookie and Debra were always a hit on the show.  Sadly, Scott passed away in September 2010 at 47 years old.  He will forever be missed and remembered as a devoted member of the show.

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