Holy crap, I might start considering setting up a separate blog for this saga if this keeps up, because Gen Zed is the gift that keeps on giving.
Anyway, the folks over at Encyclopedia Dramatica did a little sleuthing (as in basic stuff anyone with a Twitter account can do, so that rules me out), and it turns out there's not enough artificial turf in Houston to match what the geniuses behind Gen Zed are doing to give the impression that it's a hot commodity. The show's official Twitter account, credited as belonging to lead character Shona "Did I mention I'm trans?" Sommers, had 41000 followers as of last night, and only 2.5% of them are real (which, to their credit, is still 100 times more real than Ashley Madison's female userbase). BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! Creator Hayden Black's account also fails the test, but not quite as miserably, with 20.2% of his followers being made of flesh and blood. Then there's the affiliated Goodnight Burbank account, which has only 4.8% of real followers. Compare that to the guy Black mocked for being old and out of touch with today's reality (some guy called Bernie Sanders or something, you may have heard of him) - this guy gets 92.1% real followers. Who's disconnected with reality now?
And you know what? Considering the staggering amount of offensive bullshit (even for non-SJWs) Black puts on his Twitter, having so many of his followers NOT be human beings is actually the best thing that could happen to him. Because the day the SJWs get their hands on his Twitter feed, he is FUCKED. Hell, they're already shitting on the show because of the blatant black and Asian stereotypes (among other things). Unless, of course, they're actually being smart and they DID see his Twitter, but don't want to say anything because they don't want to give the cishet patriarchy the impression that they're devouring their own young. Ah hell, what am I saying? SJWs exist solely to be offended. They only feel alive when they're offended. That's who they are. And that's why they MUST see that Twitter feed, it'll be their own personal elixir of everlasting life.