More GSC5 Goodies! -
Once again, its that time of month, where
.no no no,
not THAT time of month (though Im sure some people are
thinking that). This is the time of month where we
discuss more of Game Show Congress 5! And with that, we
do have some goodies for you to peruse
1. One of the main events has been confirmed. That one
would be the amazing run of Thom McKee as he did to Tic
Tac Dough what Ken Jennings did to Jeopardy. Included in
the discussion will be McKee, as well as Wink Mr.
Orbitz Martindale, and others to be named later.
2. The Ralph Edwards award will be given this year to
Betty White, who will be honored at a luncheon. The Bill
Cullen Award will be going to her late husband Allen
3. We will be having a LIVE version of Whats my Line
over at the Convention! Yes, Beat the Geeks J. Keith
Van Stratten will be bringing the panelists over.
4. Anyone for Jeopardy? What about an 18 person Jeopardy
Charity Tournament? The people with the most pledges
will be going to the invitational, where they will play
against each other for 6 spots. The other three spots
will be filled by 3 big wigs who were in Jeopardys
Ultimate Tournament of Champions. Stay tuned to get more
information on said Big Wigs
Those are the new items that were discussed. The old
items (Battle Buzzer, Game Show Tournament, WLTI, etc.)
are still there. When we return to this next month,
there should be a more solid schedule, as well as more
of an idea on what shows will be taping in the area.
Gordon Pepper is more than happy to send Jason Block
into the fray to avenge his UTOC snub... E-mail Gordon at
E-mail Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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