To whom it may concern,
I enjoy watching Dinosaur Train every morning with my son. At first, I found the premise of the show to be thoroughly preposterous. Over time, however, I came to recognize the brilliance of your fine program. So much so, that I’ve decided to pursue a new career in childrens’ television programming. I’ve written a number of Dinosaur Train story treatments, which I would like to pitch to your producers:
- The pteranodon family accidentally travels through the wrong time tunnel and beholds the horror of their own impending extinction.
- Buddy learns a valuable lesson about rail-yard safety when he loses his tail in a train coupling accident.
- Tiny, Don, and Buddy learn about the hobo code when they encounter a hobosaurus riding the rails by boxcar.
- The pteranodon family travels back in time six-thousand years to witness God’s six-day creation of the earth.
- The pteranodon family travels forward in time to witness the Golden Spike ceremony at Promontory Summit as the Transcontinental Railroad is completed on May 10, 1868 AD. Buddy eats Leland Stanford.
Please let me know if you are interested in developing any of these treatments.
P.S. I also have a series of stories that involve mammoths traveling via cable car, if you’re looking for a new direction.