JetBlue's Steven Slater gets reality TV offer
Would help disgruntled workers quit their jobsFlight attendant Steven Slater, who quit his JetBlue job in dramatic fashion to become an instant hit at water coolers everywhere, has received a reality TV show offer. His role would be to help people quit their jobs.
According to TMZ, reality TV specialist Stone Entertainment has sent Slater's lawyer an offer.
The pitch targets Slater to host a show, in which disgruntled workers quit their jobs in extravagant ways.
Slater has caused a stir in media and advertising circles. TV news crews have tried to get sitdown interviews with him, while ad executives have looked at ways to use his story that experts say has tapped into the current mood of Americans.