A Home for a Comedy Script!
An irreverent, screwball sitcom, Mile High Private Eyes follows the exploits of Yu Hu, an Asian-American immigrant who runs a private investigation business in marijuana-friendly Colorado. Along with her son, his wife, and a few friends, they take on any case that pays, and manage to solve it in uniquely Asian ways.
In the pilot episode, the Mile High Private Eyes are commissioned to repossess the prized pet cat of a reality TV star from her estranged husband. Posing as Teppanyaki chefs, two of the Mile High Private Eyes confront the ex-husband, while two others provide backup from a surveillance van.
Unwilling to surrender the cat, the ex-husband calls upon his bodyguards to rectify the situation, and the private eyes quickly find themselves overpowered. When they call for backup from the van, they discover the two backup private eyes have been playing bondage games in the van – they’re tied up and unable to help.
Despite some fancy evasive maneuvers, all four private eyes are eventually captured, and all looks bleak, until the arrival of Yu Hu. Disguised as paparazzi, Yu employs some David-Carradine-Kung-Fu-wisdom and a nasty windmill kick to solve the case and repossesses the cat. In the end, Yu celebrates her first successful business venture with the help of her newly befriended bodyguards.
Read a SAMPLE of the script here!
Andrew T. Lee is a writer/actor based in Los Angeles, CA.
As a writer, Andrew has developed advertising and marketing for Skechers, Intel, THQ Games, Nathan’s Hot Dogs, Hennessy Cognac, Maxell, and more. His acting credits include Law & Order SVU, 70 episodes of General Hospital, and numerous commercials.