Now, everyone likes a good comedy right? Even better if it's something your kids can enjoy. Hey, animation is always good. Those Pixar folks are just swimming in money from animation. Which means a script for a good animated kids comedy must go for upwards of thousands of dollars right? RIGHT?
Not exactly. For a hundred dollars, you'll be lucky to find a scriptwriter that can actually write let alone be able to do it. Think of it this way, Ed Wood's screenwriters probably got paid more than a hundred dollars. And they wrote Plan 9 for Christ's sake. So, all I have to do is come up with all the idea? That's great, but what if it requires more than one idea? Do I get another hundred for each additional idea, or does that extravagant fee cover any ancillary ideas that may come along?