The youth of America have career dreams. And of course, most of them are based on virtually impossible-to-get jobs that seem fun and easy. Like driving a Zamboni, being a photographer for Cat Fancy magazine or writing for The Soup.

This McHale-shout outting lad with stars in his eyes wants the latter, yet he has no idea what it takes to get it: The hard work, the dedication, the relentless drive.

Not to mention the relatives in high places at E!, and the physical favors continually demanded by higher-ups. Good luck, son.