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Burbank, California, July 14, 2010 - A view of new television posters for Gossip Girl and The Big Bang Theory at Warner Brothers studio. Bob McCullough, who was one of the 165 television writers who were plaintiffs in a long-running age-bias case against more than two-dozen defendants that essentially run the television business, says that his career was essentially over when he turned 55. "It became apparent that the Aloha shirts and young persona were not fooling the young executives that I was meeting with," he says. "They said, 'Gosh, you wrote my mother's favorite TV show!' My agent said, 'There's not much more we can do for you. Your time is done.' He was absolutely ruthless and brutal.".
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Burbank, California, July 14, 2010 - A view of new television posters for Gossip Girl and The Big Bang Theory at Warner Brothers studio. Bob McCullough, who was one of the 165 television writers who were plaintiffs in a long-running age-bias case against more than two-dozen defendants that essentially run the television business, says that his career was essentially over when he turned 55. "It became apparent that the Aloha shirts and young persona were not fooling the young executives...
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