Bye Bye Louis Klein
- Lorne Michaels c/o NBC Studios
- United States of America
Louis Klein has been attending Saturday Night Live for the full 30 years of its existance. In order for him to be able to go to the show every week, he would have to do standby, which means, he'd have to stay at NBC either on the Mezzanine, or on the Street, all night Friday night until Saturday morning. Almost 15 years after continuously doing "standby," he was awarded tickets for life by the show's creator and producer, Lorne Michaels.
Louis continues to do standby every week even though he does not have to. He does it to "monitor" the standby line. Unbeknownst to Mr. Michaels, Louis does much more whilst on the standby line. He constantly harasses the people whom he considers "regulars." Not only does he harass them on the standby line, but he harasses them at home via Instant Message or email.
Also, because of his "seniority," NBC takes advice from him regarding what happens on the Standby Line throughout the night. Louis reports to the head of guest relations every Saturday the happenings of the preceeding evening. Not only that, but he reports them falsly. He claims that people "break the rules," when if fact he himself is guilty of "breaking" them. Also, he stares at the members of the line whom he is "mad at" for minutes at a time.
Guest Relations refuses to believe anyone else except Louis Klein.
In this petition, we propose not that Louis' ability to attend Saturday Night Live is revoked, but that his ability to "do standby" is revoked. By him being there every Friday, he terrifies innocent people, and risks them getting in touble for no reason. Louis Klein should be banned from the standby line.
By signing this petition, I agree that
Louis Klein should be banned from the
standby line. I affirm that his actions are inappropriate, and that he
endangers the good name of NBC.
The Bye Bye Louis Klein petition to Lorne Michaels c/o NBC Studios was written by An Innocent Standby Goer and is in the category Neighborhood Living at GoPetition.