Do you think about death? I know I do. Sometimes it is a bummer. And yet, nothing fills me with more bliss than imagining different afterlife scenarios that I will occupy my time with as the time horizon stretches forever onward. Lately, I have really gotten into this one concept of the afterlife that I have come up with where I am forever living in the Whose Line is it Anyway set. Actually, I’ve become so obsessed with this idea that I have spent hours thinking about it and want to share with you my thought process, because I think it’s something we could make a reality.
To start this off, I want to make something clear – the afterlife I am describing is not necessarily a heaven or hell. Either scenario is fine, it’s just the location I am concerned about. I could be tortured for all eternity, but if the whole time I was just an audience member on the set of the original 90s Whose Line show, I think I could be content.
And that is like, worst case scenario. For the most part, I simply think again and again how glorious it would be to simply watch those three men do improv games for as long as the world continues. I mean, why not, right?
Experts are already predicting that the next major technological advancement will be the ability to choose your own afterlife. Sure, you will actually be living in the Cloud somewhere, but to you it will feel real. Some will choose to live in their favorite movie or video game, others will simply want a desert island all to themselves, but not me. Nope, there is no where else I would rather be than the Whose Line set.
Now, obviously this would be a huge pull, but it would also be great if the performers were there. Like I said earlier, I’m not picky, so I would be perfectly content with just sitting there on the set all by myself. However, if the original cast was there, man would I truly be in heaven.
But the real reason I am writing this article is to generate interest in this concept so that we might one day see it become a reality. I mean, why not? If enough people want to spend their afterlife on the Whose Line set, I think we should make sure that they can, myself included.
So if this is something you are interested in, comment on this post and tell us what you would do on the set given the opportunity. We’d love to start compiling use cases to pitch to investors.