Bunim/Murray Productions wants its employees to be kind instead of comical when offering their support to Paris Hilton.
The production company, which is responsible for MTV's The Real World as well as Hilton's The Simple Life reality series, sent an email to its employees last Thursday, according to the website TMZ.com, which was reportedly written by Bunim/Murray vice-president of operations Bart Peele and urged those in the company who have worked on The Simple Life to sign a card that would be sent to the 26-year-old who is currently being held in Los Angeles' Century Regional Detention Center and serving the remainder of her 45-day sentence that resulted from parole violations of a September 2006 drunken driving conviction.
"We would like to show our support, so please write something nice and sign your name with your position in the company," wrote Peele, according to the TMZ.com.
However Peele apparently felt the need to elaborate on what a potential message to Paris should look like, reminding Bunim/Murray staff that it should be polite instead of poking fun.
"Something like, 'Girl, I always thought you would look good in orange!' Bart Peele,Operations' is not what we have in mind while 'Stay Strong!' Jeff Jenkins, Producer' is,'" he wrote, TMZ.com reported.