Love to Interrupt
The DiGeorge Files
It's part reality series, part
game show, as each week seven players take on the challenges
and pressures of each other and of Studio 7's hard-as-nails
format, en route to finding the answer to the question, "When
it comes to money, who can you really trust?"
Recaps by Travis Eberle, GSNN
Host: Pat Kiernan
Assistant: Jen Kelly
EP: Michael Davies
Packager: Pressure Productions, Diplomatic Inc.
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Episode 3 - August 5
Ashley Moore, 21, Austin TX. Might think she's a
fake/ditz, but it's an asset for her. Plans to 'kill 'em
Becky Lewis, 22, Enid, OK. Always takes the road
not taken. Looks to not burn any bridges.
Danny Kahn, 19, Marlboro, NJ. Lives in a trailer
park. Most afraid of getting to the end, but not
George Jarroush, Butler, NJ. His family is
different, everyone is working. Lots to do with the
money. George doesn't want to help anyone.
Leslie Knott, 19, Los Angeles Greatest asset is
her intelligence. I like her attitude. Plays by the
Saira "Pepper" Weeks, 19, Reston, VA. Has to work
part-time to help out while going to school.
Jong "Tom" Kim, 19, Lynnwood, WA. Money going to
parents. The girls won't get in his way.
Round One: The 21st Century
5, Ashley (Carlos Santana teamed with Michelle
Branch for "The Game of Love.")
6, George (Camp X-ray is at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.)
1, Leslie (Who was beatified in October 2003, one step
closer to sainthood.) asks George. George has no clue at
all. He's not Catholic. Yeah, that makes a difference.
"Now you're on your own."
Leslie: Queen Neuer(?)
Correct: Mother Teresa of Calcutta
7, Saira/Pepper (Robert Hansen pled guilty to spying for
what country for 15 years?)
As the Comic Book Guy from "The Simpsons" says,
"Shortest. Round. Ever!"
And with just four questions, we have two players On the
Block. Recall that round one questions are posed in
multiple choice format. This is gonna be a long night,
go grab something to eat. I'll still be here.
Back yet? Good. Now the votes.
And with that, Pepper is gone. Let's continue on. Maybe
the other players will get to play.
Round Two: 2004
Five still have their rings. Leslie is sans ring.
Danny (Hugh Jackman won a Tony for Best
Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical?)
Tom (June 11, which former PM of GB gave a videotaped
eulogy for Reagan's funeral?)
Tom: Winston Churchill
Correct: Margaret Thatcher
Tom is making Lynnwood look bad. Not like it's hard, but
still... this is Washington here. We're supposed to be
enlightened folks. Yeesh.
Ashley asks Danny who was the lead juror at the 2004
Cannes Film Festival. He thinks it's Tarantino.
Director, lead juror at Cannes. Correct.
Leslie (In May, a stadium explosion in Grozny killed the
president of Chechnya.)
George (The April 30 broadcast of what program
listed the names of American soldiers killed in Iraq?).
"What the hell, I'd like to answer. Nightline."
Becky asks Ashley. Ashley doesn't know, but she tries to
puzzle it out.
March '04, first country in Europe to ban smoking in
bars and restaurants?
George: Becky "How do you vote off a guy who said
Ashley: Tom, as recompense for the Ireland question.
Round Three: The Last 30 Days. Danny and George can
George: At his July 1, arraignment, Saddam Hussein
claimed the real criminal was George W. Bush.
Becky: July 1 protesters marked the seventh anniversary
of what city's transfer from British to Chinese rule?
Correct: Hong Kong
Danny asks Ashley: On July 3, scientists monitoring the
Cassini spacecraft released photos of Saturn's largest
moon, named Titan.
Leslie: On July 4, Mayor Bloomberg unveiled a
cornerstone for the skyscraper built at the site of the
WTC. Name the 1,776 foot tall tower, a monument to the
World Trade Center.
Leslie: Liberty Tower
Correct: Freedom Tower
Leslie is mad, and doesn't want to know. Pat tells her
to sit down, and lets us in. Now the vote.
My pick to win is now gone. Chico, lock up please.
(C-Note: Not yet, you still have three more rounds)
Round Four: The Savant Category. Common rats and mice.
Historical significance and facts about same. And I
thought the etiquette thing was off-the-wall.
Danny (teeth grow five inches a year, that's why
they gnaw on hard surfaces.)
Becky (Ganesa/Ganesh has the head of an elephant,
and rides a rat)
George (rat droppings are distinguished by fragments of
Ashley (a rat can travel four miles in a week if
Ashley said 30 miles. "Really? That's fascinating! Thank
Ashley is gone. Too bad, she was easy on the eyes.
Round Five: Date, outcome of Super Bowls. 152 elements.
Number, date, winner and their score, loser and their
George: 84 (said 20 (28?) instead of 22)
Danny : 58 (Wrong team for 15.)
Becky : 10 (Wrong winning team for 3.)
Wow. I could have *guessed* ten of those and been right.
Too bad, Becky. No cash for you.
Round Five: The Best of Seven Test of Knowledge
George elects to go first. George has five at one
minute, Six at 90 seconds, and seven at 95.93 seconds.
Danny four at a minute... Photo finish! How do you like
Danny, that answer was... LATE.
George wins the game. Not only that, but Danny got an
Danny's prophecy comes true. By the slimmest of margins,
George is the winner. While I retch, this is Travis
Eberle, saying good night, and thank you for your