Chico: This is Chico Alexander... Respect... and
today... I'm going to take a few teachers to task. What about? Kurt Vonnegut.
Gordon: What did poor Kurt do to you?
Chico: It's not what he did to me. It's what a few teachers did to HIM. It's a
sad commentary on our educational system.
Gordon: So youre saying they didn't have the Vonneguts?
Chico: Not even remotely. But there are a few of them to which respect must be
paid, and we shall pay it.
Gordon: And with that, this week's episode of WLTi...is...on! We'll break down
your American Idolists in a moment, but first, let's send the teachers to
Chico: This week was the semifinals of the Jeopardy! Teachers Tournament II. We
had some interesting matches and some not-so-interesting ones. We'll start with
the Wednesday show. Justin Hofstetter went off on everybody. And here to go off
on US is Jason Block.
Jason: Hi there.
Chico: As I was saying. Justin Hofstetter. Going off. On. EVERYONE.
Jason: Ah yes. Him.
Chico: He was every bit the player. He takes on Kathryn Wendling and Lisa
Johnston in the first semi. Now here's the thing that gets me. Lisa has the
final clue in the DJ round with $8000 to Justin's $18,200. Obviously she can't
waver. She has to make a move one way or the other.
Gordon: There's no other move here. There's one bet to make. All of it.
Chico: Yeah, she bets $3000.
Gordon: That's a terrible bet.
Chico: Obviously she wanted to hedge but couldn't.
Jason: Self-inflicted wound.
Chico: That was a panic bet. NOW... just so happens that she got it right.
Chico: So it's a two-person race. $11,000 to Justin's $18,200.
Gordon: You have to bet it all for 2 reasons. If you get it right, then it's
$11,000 to $18,200 and you still have to get the Final Jeopardy question right.
Reason #2: If you double it up and you're up to $16,000 then you don't have to
get the Final Jeopardy question right, because Justin will have to bet to defend
Chico: So it's basically, "How do I think I'll do in Final Jeopardy!" Apparently
Lisa thought she was going to do pretty well for herself. Let's go to Final Jeopardy1... The subject: The New Testament. Point of
relevance, Lisa is a religious studies teacher. The clue.
In Chapter 1 of the Acts of the Apostles, Matthias is chosen to replace him.
Jason: Who is Judas Escariot? (no lady Gaga playing)
Gordon: Not even Bad Romance?
Chico: Sorry, G.
Jason: I could play Judas. :-)
Chico: (plays Judas) Gordon?
Gordon: Who is Rihanna's Domestic Abuse Guidance Counselor?
Chico: Damn son
Gordon: Cause her current one that's allowing her to be with Chris
Brown......not too good.
Chico: Nope. Everyone got it right. Of course Justin has to be in the lead by SO
MUCH so he gets it right and bets right to win a shot at $100,000, and it
wouldn't surprise me if he took it all.
Jason: He's on a roll. His to lose.
Chico: But we still have two more spots to fill. First one is up for Nate Rice,
Brooks Humphreys, and Leslie Decker. Brooks was pretty much lagging all game
long until Double Jeopardy When he made some game moves. He's up to $19,200 to
Leslie's $11,300 and Nate's $9600. The Final...Singers.
On the eve of Earth Day 2011, he became the first performer inducted into the
Colorado Music Hall of Fame.
Chico: And no, it is not "that guy who wrote the Ballad of Tim Tebow."
Jason: You stole G's Answer LOL
Chico: Maybe he has a better one.
Gordon: I have a better one
Chico: Told you. Jason?
Jason: Who is John Denver?
Gordon: See, 'The guy who invented the Ballad of Tim Tebow' isn't funny, because
Tim Tebow is now a superstar. The RIGHT answer is...Who wrote the Ballad of
Chico: I could write the Ballad of Brady Quinn. Of course, it would have a few
choice words in the chorus but...anyway... everybody plays, everybody wins, and
that means Brooks is playing for $100,000.
Chico: Finally, Mary Ann Stanley, Catherine Whitten (hot for teacher, mrowr),
and Patrick Quinn play on Friday for the final spot. Now this is where I have to
get on my high horse and take these teachers to school.
Chico: Catherine has $6200. Patrick has $11,800. Mary Ann has $13,800. HERE'S
THE CORRECT WAY TO DO IT. Mary Ann has to bet $9801 and be correct.
Chico: Patrick has to force Catherine to play either way. So he bets $2001
ideally. Not only does that protect against a double on Catherine's side, it
also forces Mary Ann to play.
Chico: Catherine, as much as it pains me to say... the best chance she has to
win is hope for triple stumper and bet AGAINST Mary Ann and Patrick betting
against each other. That bet... $2600.
Gordon: I would bet $0.
Chico: That's what you NEED to do. Or at least that's what THESE three need to
do. This is what they ACTUALLY DO. Catherine bets EVERYTHING. Patrick bets
$6011. Mary Ann bets everything but $50. And EVERYONE's wrong.
Gordon: (shakes head)
Chico: The category: Literary Biographies.
Quoting a famous line of his, a 2011 biography of this man was titled "And So It
Jason: Who is Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Chico: Gordon? And if you say Billy Joel, I will smack you.
Gordon: Who is Billy...Buckner?
Chico: ... I don't know.
Gordon: You don't know who Bill Buckner is?
Chico: He plays baseball. That's all I know. Thanks, MLB network.
Gordon: Maybe you needed me to say Billy Joel. Jason, please educate the child.
Jason: Bill Buckner was THE first baseman who let the ball roll through his legs
in the 1986 World Series allowing the Mets to come back and eventually win it,
only forgiven last year at Fenway Park
Chico: Ah. Now I know. Anyway, the players did just about as poorly as I did
just now. Catherine says Mark Twain, Patrick says Charles Dickens, and Mary Ann,
bless her heart said... Walter Cronkite.
Gordon: And that's the way... this game ends.
Chico: Yep. It's Patrick Quinn, vs. Brooks Humphreys vs. the Hof. At stake,
$100,000 and a spot in the quarter-million we don't take this crap Tournament of
Gordon: You sort of have to go for the Hof here and hope he doesn't get hassled.
Chico: Agreed. It's his to lose.
Jason: Don't be surprised if Brooks does well. He is quiet but deadly.
Chico: It'll be an interesting two-person race. Meanwhile, it's another
two-by-two race as we start ANOTHER chapter of...
Jason: And boy is that title appropriate
Gordon: Any series that shows Rachel and Brandon from Big Brother
being...smart...shows what sort of a messy season we have to look forward to.
Jason: They did have a good first round, but boy what an ending.
Chico: Here's what happened after Phil gave us the 11 words we've been waiting
to hear all winter.
Jason: The world is waiting for you.
Chico: ... Good luck... Travel safe....Everyone?
Jason: They started in a vineyard in Santa Barbara California on bikes.
Chico: Because that's how the Keoghan rolls, son.
Jason: He rode across the country for MS funding research.
Gordon: Rachel and Brandon come in second in the leg. Shudder. But again, it
wasn't the start, but the finish that will have people talking here.
Chico: Anyway, let's fast-forward to the finish.
Jason: The finish was at a hotel near Santa Barbara, ARGENTINA Teams had to make
Chico: That's a lot of beef. Army wife Rachel and Dave are the first to complete
all of that golden patties, and for them, a little piece of gold for their own,
the EXPRESS PASS.
Jason: Which for those who don't know allow them to skip ANY task before the end
of round 8 and gets them to the pit stop.
Chico: Phil calls it "a great piece of power in your pocket."
Gordon: I have a great piece of power in my pocket.
Chico: *awkward stare*
Chico: Right behind them... Brenchel Rachel looks... well, her usual self as she
and Brendon will have to settle for, GASP... Second. Not so much the counting of
patties, but the whole "search the grounds for Phil" thing. And it's at that
point you know... this is going to be a long season. Maiya and Misa don't have
to endure any more of it, though... THEY'VE BEEN PHILIMINATED!
Jason: Because they did something...well....mind numbingly DUMB.
Chico: Gordon... what did Maiya and Misa do that was so mind numbingly dumb?
Gordon: And the ridiculous thing is that they had it. They went RIGHT PAST Phil.
Jason: They had to get their backpacks from the car, come back and missed PHIL
completely. They were 50 feet away from him And totally blew it.
Gordon: That has NEVER happened on the show...until now.
Chico: And Phil, being his usual self.... rubs salt in the wound. Puts the fire
out with petrol. Whatever you want to call it.
Gordon: That's how I'd call it. Almost similarly to what the women are doing on
a beach in the South Pacific.
Chico: Let's get one thing perfectly crystal clear as the day is long. The women
on Salani.. HAVE CRAZY EYES.
Gordon: Let's put it this way. If their crazy eyes was a house and you went from top to bottom, you
would see that there was a hidden parking lot at the bottom.
Chico: They're that crazy. And for the first time, I think there's a tribe
that's just beyond help. Have you ever seen a tribe that was just so far gone
that you just look and say "how the hell did you people get past Mark Burnett"?
Gordon: I'm not going to go that far yet. You know there's no way a tribe of
alpha males are going to stay together. But they will clearly have the numbers.
Colton is becoming one of the weirdest people in the game. He is going to be
really valuable to the women - IF they can stand him long enough.
Jason: And Colton. Needs to go. NOW.
Chico: Colton's an easy swing if you can grab him. Here's the thing, though. He
gets to be cloying if he doesn't have anyone to talk to. And remember, Survivor
is a socal game.
Gordon: Colton's social game - real bad.
Chico: To put it mildly.
Gordon: BUT the ladies will have him on their finger. That's the good news. The
bad news is that he's target #1 for the guys if / when they lose a challenge.
Chico: Which will come later rather than sooner barring a tribal switch or a
mental challenge, so long as Kat doesn't play said mental challenge. I think she
proved herself in the Immunity Challenge to be... to quote another Mark Burnett
show... Not smarter than a 5th grader.
Jason: Which goes to show you why the Tribal was also a bad choice. Ageism >
Chico: The game is survival. You band together to survive. You lose, you see
whos' most accountable and you get rid of them.
Jason: And Nina was?
Chico: Yes, but not as much as Kat was.
Jason: So why did Nina leave? Because the tribe is a bunch of catty b****es
Chico: And alpha b***h Alicia wasn't having it.
Gordon: True and it's interesting. The dynamic is almost like the women are the
Alphas and the guys are more relaxed and laid back.
Jason: Because they are being smart and letting the women self-destruct
Chico: Basically. Because they know they only have to do so much. And if they
can get around Colton being... Colton... not that there's anything wrong with
that... they can easily Pagong the other tribe out of existence
Gordon: However, keep in mind that Sabrina, who's trying to lure guys in to her
own alliance, may be playing ahead of everyone else.
Chico: Yeah, she already has ONE guy. All she needs is another to start playing
Jason: i agree.
Gordon: Well you can't play too fast either - if you get discovered now, you're
Chico: Right. Meanwhile, we have people to discover in a semifinal... Sort of.
Chico: After what seemed to be the Bataan death march of reality TV, we have our
semifinalists. But one song they sang afterwards... there's a place I know where
the hipsters go called Bedrock... TWIST TWIST! We'll get to the twist in a bit,
but first, I need... the Board.
A Dozen and a Baker's Dozen
Erika van Pelt
Brielle von Hugel
Colton Dixon (who sounds familiar...)
Chico: This one's called A Dozen and a Baker's Dozen. Staring with the ladies...
Baylie Brown (of the Antonella Barba 3 in season 6)
Chelsea Sorrell (who's from Stokesdale, NC... which is not in Raleigh, not in
Charlotte, but SOMEWHERE...)
Erika van Pelt
Brielle von Hugel
Chico: I'm going to ask this RIGHT NOW... do ANY of these ladies stand even a
ghost of a chance at winning?
Jason: Not a one.
Gordon: Zero shot.
Chico: Good to know I'm not the only one. I just remember only a select few. Shannon, Hallie... and that's it..oh, and Baylie. Only because we've seen
Gordon: No. Not even Shannon or Halie. I give the women no shot.
Chico: So lots of luck to these ladies. They don't have much of a shot and the
audience that would've voted for them in past years is pretty much fixated on
nerds in Pasadena not named Tim, Ben, Adam, or Travis. :-)
Gordon: In fact, I think this could be the first time we get an all male final
Chico: I wouldn't be at all surprised.
Jason: Not at all
Chico: Now Jason.. to lead off the guys... Your winner.
Gordon: So call your winner Jason (opens up Checkbook)
Jason: Phil Phillips
Gordon: A-ha (Closes checkbook)
Chico: Okay, we should probably explain that one. Every year during American
Idol season, Gordon and Jason have a series of long-term bets. And every year,
Gordon wins the lion's share of them. He's saved a lot of money on meals over
the years. Joining Phil Phillips on the road to Nokia... (plays "Gran Vals")
Colton Dixon (who sounds familiar...)
Gordon: Not there: Chico's personal pin up wall boy, David Leathers Jr.
Chico: Shut it. Can I call the top 4 right now?
Chico: Since I'm not in the whole gentlemen's agreement thing yet? Let's go Reed
Grimm... Let's go Phil Phillips... Let's go Baylie Brown (have to throw someone
up there for 4th place) and let's go Aaron Marcellus.
Chico: Now, as Gordon so eloquently alluded, David Leathers is not there.
Chico: BUT there's a twist. You notice on the Big Board there's a giant question
Chico: That is the 25th place which will go to a judge's wild card. It will be
amongst four male vocalists: Jermaine Jones, Johnny Keyser, Richie Law, or David
Leathers. They will join the 12 guys and sing Tuesday, in the spot usually
reserved for Glee, New Girl, and Show About Baby. The 12 girls will sing
Wednesday, and because Fox CAN, the results of the vote will be stretched out to
two hours on Thursday. And then the fun begins.
Gordon: We'll do the major breakdown next week. After we hear where the singers
want to go genre-wise
Chico: Which oughta be fun.
Jason: Big time.
Gordon: So who are your pre-season Final 4?
Chico: I'm going with Reed Grimm, Baylie Brown, and to set up a Georgia vs.
Georgia final, Aaron Marcellus and Phil Phillips.
Jason: I am not going to predict the final four. But I do know Phil will be
Chico: You. No fun :-)
Gordon: Phil is the 'hot guy with guitar' that magically keeps winning the show.
Jason: AND he has that Scotty McCreery vibe of "talent behind the looks"
Chico: An how's Scotty doing nowadays?
Jason: Damn good thank you very much
Gordon: Scotty went Platinum.
Jason: Scotty has been the biggest success in Idol in 5 years
Gordon: So as much fun as it would be to make fun of him, he is clearly a
success story for Idol so far. As for my top 4, I'm going to go with Reed Grimm, Baylie Brown, Phil Phillips, and..Colton Dixon. I actually like Jason's pick this year, BUT, I think he gets stopped in
the Round of 3, and we'll see a Grimm/Dixon final, which Colton will win in an
Jason: I am really not going out of left field here.
Gordon: I can see Phil winning it this year though, so I'm not taking any bets
this year. Sorry.
Chico: No, this year's not that exciting as far as picks go.
Gordon: No. For once, Jason made a sensible pick. It must be the 60 degree
weather in February.
Chico: I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed.
Gordon: Well, we don't know yet how exciting it will be. That's going to happen
Chico: Usually in February I'm settling in for a good movie.
Chico: Which brings up...
Chico: It's Million Dollar Movie Week again on Millionaire, and special weeks on
Millionaire are a lot like special weeks on TPIR in that, we all have a lot of
fun, but in the long run, nothing big happened
Gordon: Usually - but not this week.
Chico: Well, I submit to you Michel Sabourin. Sounds like he could be in "the
Artist", but way. Too. Vocal. He is the only movie buff to get to round 2 this
week. He sees THIS for $100,000...
Which of these campy horror films features a grisly-but-creative instance of
death by pogo stick?
A) Child's Play
D) Killer Klowns From Outer Space
Jason: I was going to say A. because of the toy/Chuckie Reference
Chico: I defer to the expert on campy horror films.
Gordon: As someone who's see all 4 of these films, I know this one :)
Chico: You probably have this on DVD somewhere, G.
Gordon: I Do. B. Leprechaun.
Jason: Do you remember the scene, G?
Gordon: I can even give you the scene :) Now Leprechaun is about an evil
creature who wants his gold
Chico: Played by Warwick Davis.
Gordon: Yes. In the scene, the heroes go to a pawn shop owner, trying to see how
real the gold is that the Leprechaun wants. But Mr Leprechaun gets there first,
surprises the owner, takes a pogo stick from the pawn shop, and bounces on the
owner until his guts go flying out of his body.
Jason: You WOULD know that :-)
Gordon: Yes, I would :D
Chico: NICE. Only 14% of the audience agreed with Gordon, though. The other 86%
owe Michel a lot of gold. And it's FUNNY! Not so funny, Michel dropping to
Gordon: Not funny
Chico: Also not funny... when you're a reality producer and your contestants
walk out. With more on this really big story... here's Gordon Pepper at the
Jason: (plays Breaking News Theme)
Gordon: Well as you know, The Biggest Loser Ratings are plummeting faster than
Newt Gingrich's chance to win the Republican Nomination
Jason: I was thinking Ron Paul, but same thing :-)
Gordon: Ron Paul also. Anyhoo, part of the reason is attached to the very
unlikable cast, which is hated by Conda, who is quickly making headways to be
the most hated reality contestant ever.
Chico: Even more than that (^_^) Brad Womack on the Bachelor?
Gordon: Yes, though it would be close. The producers decided to bring back MORE
returning contestants to the show in an effort to boost the ratings. The
contestants currently on the show responded by all walking off the set. The
producers, who point out in the contract they signed that its' a no-no to do it,
respond by booting out 2 of the players and threaten to replace all of them with
the booted players unless they come back. The rest of the contestants come back,
but the show had to shut production down by a week.
Chico: Who wants to be that NBC makes a killer promo out of it?
Jason: Hmmm....publicity stunt?
Chico: Would you put it past NBC?
Jason: Not a one.
Chico: i mean, right now they're best show (and most popular at that) is ... not
the Biggest Loser.
Chico: And this week's show is up against what? American Idol? Hello...
Jason: Are you drinking Gordon Pepper's Cynical Joy Juice(TM)?
Gordon: I'll take a glass - and I expect The Biggest Loser to be flattened like
a soy pancake.
Gordon: Here's the problem - the contestants have to be likable for us to care
to watch, and we clearly don't care.
Chico: Not a bit.
Gordon: The casting coordinators did NOT do a good job this season.
Jason: Unlikeable Heavy People
Chico: They were too busy trying to find a way out of the Anna Kournikova hole.
Jason: I guess the show is not as big as Jillian Phillips, because Jillian is a
Gordon: Jillian, as we see, is the reason why people tuned in. They REALLY need
to get her back on the show - and it's not like she's doing much nowadays
Chico: She's at home watching LMAD. BONUS TIME!
Jason: May I take this one?
Chico: Hit it.
Jason: We had a very rare occurence. Ali the Jellyfish hits it in big on the
first deal on Monday. She wins a $15,950 2012 Kia Forte LX with a T-Shirt that
says I WENT TO LETS MAKE A DEAL AND ALL I GOT WAS THIS LOUSY CAR!"
Jason: Now.. if Wayne comes to you and says do you want to trade in a car you
Chico: Hell no.
Gordon: Well, it is a Kia....
Jason: Even so...You usually say no. She says YES. Jonathan Magnum's jaw drops
Wayne's jaw drops. Literally. Audience gasps in horror. BUT...She did it because
she wanted to send her mom on a trip because she just adopted two foster kids. She
picks door #1 and hits the big deal of the day.
Chico: Which is...
Jason: A trip to Chicago at the Palmer House Hilton for 4 nights AND a 2012
Nissan Versa Sedan worth $22,745!
Chico: So she gets the car, the family gets the trip, and you just feel a little
better about the universe. Might I?
Jason: DO it.
Gordon: That's a great story. Almost as if Drew the Bookworm wrote it himself.
Gordon: Right now, he's writing about how badly people have been betting on
Jeopardy. He says he wants to make it a Dossier.
Chico: I'd buy it.
Jason: Me too.
Gordon: But right now, Roll That Beautiful Brain Footage
Live, local, and latebreaking... From the four corners of the globe to your
frontal lobe, this is WLTI Brainvision News, and now here's Gordon Pepper, Chico
Alexander, and the award-winning Brainvision News Team)
Chico: Thanks Doug. First up, the bat and the flashlight. The flashlight is
Fox, known for taking chances on light entertainment over the summer, is staging
its own edition of "Take Me Out". Now if you never saw the original British
version, it's basically the Dating game on speed, if it were played with 30
Jason: But didn't Take Me Out have all those um...problems Gordon talked about?
Chico: The format, no. The people ON the format... YES.
Jason: A ha.
Chico: The format is actually kinda cool. Here I am making an ass of myself on
TV. And whoever likes it, I get to choose out of them to go on a date. It's totally solid.
Jason: You think it could do well?
Gordon: Not a chance.
Chico: I didn't say that. I mean, if they keep it to a minimum, then it could
possibly do well. But since this is Fox, they're NOT GOING TO KEEP IT TO A
Jason: They never do, do they?
Chico: They're going to take the small bit of interspersed perceived controversy
out of context and milk it for all its worth. See "Moment of Truth, The"
Gordon: It's not like we haven't seen this before, like on Conveyor Belt of
Jason: WOW I remember that. (SHUDDER)
Chico: But this is far more entertaining. As for the bats, I have these
renewals... mark your calendars...
America's Next Top Model: College - Fall 2011
Newlywed GAme (which is actually
unaired shows from the previous season) - March 12
Baggage (likewise) - March
And in May, the return of Jeopardy! Power Players Week from DC.
Jason: I need to get an app from my friends in DC. Hard to get tickets :-)
Chico: Me too. I'm actually hoping for actual sitting lawmakers this week. But
Alex Trebek said...“We’d love to get people from Congress, but they’re not
likely to submit to this kind of interrogation. They’re more nervous because
this is an unfamiliar setting for them. They are not in control. I am. They have
to play our game.” And for anyone who dares to call bias either left way or
right... it's A QUIZ SHOW. Seriously, get a life.
Jason: I like that :-)
Chico: Feel free to use it.
Chico: But if you want current Top Model, that's on the Datebook.
Gordon: And for those of you who want lives with models...
The Datebook this week: America's Next Top Models: The Brisith Invasion invades
on Wednesday. Seven new American models go toe to toe with seven contestants
from Britain's Next Top Model.
Chico: This oughta be fun.
Gordon: I'm looking forward to it. The UFC Version of US Vs. UK was fun, if not
Chico: A little lopsided.
Jason: a little?
Chico: But everything's all nice and symmetrical on this...Giggity.
Gordon: Chico'll probably want to get loaded beforehand.
Chico: Time for shameless self-promotion.
Jason: We love that
The readers of About.com have named their favorites in many categories in the
game show world, from hosts, to shows, to classics, to announcers, heck, even
websites and Twitter feeds.
Chico: You can vote once a day at gameshows.about.com.
And yes, we are up for Readers' Choice Blog or Unofficial Website.
Chico: Two years running, I might add.
Jason: We won last year
Chico: And looking at the five sites on the board, I can say they're pretty much
the five best interweb sites out there. But of course, if you're reading this,
you probably like ours. And if you like ours you should definitely go to
gameshows.about.com and vote for Game Show Newsnet. We didn't sell out, the
readers of About.com bought in. For truesies.
Jason: Please vote every day.
Chico: Tell your friends. Tell your mom. Tell your friends' mom.
Gordon: And be smart about it. Don't be dumb about it
Chico: Shameless self-promotion time over.
Gordon: Whiteboard time starting
Chico: (wheels in smartboard)
Jason: (hand Gordon the dry markers)
Are YOU Smarter than...Amazing Race Producer Jeff Rice, who removes himself from
the gene pool by allegedly overdosing on Cocaine while on a shoot in Africa.
Jason: (shakes head)
Chico: He was found lifeless hanging on the balcony while his companion
Catherine Fuller was in a coma. She is currently recovering.
Gordon: Drugs are bad, mmmmkay?
Gordon: And now for some Haterade
Jason: (puts cup down)
Chico: Right here.
We haven't had any bachelor gossip, so lets have some: Supposedly, Ben Flanjik
didn't come looking for love at all, but after a date with Jennifer Aniston, he
went on the show to promote his wine-making business. I don't know how his sales
are doing, but he may want to rethink the business plan.
Chico: Oh gee, I know I'm getting ahead of myself here, but why don't we just
call the show what it is... Who Wants to Be a Media Slut?
Gordon: We got those too (Plays Luda)
In this week's Media Slut..and Ho report, Betty White performs in
Rachel Crow signs with Nickelodeon, Jose Garces opens a restaurant in
Shane Sterling gets her lawsuit against The Price is Right dismissed, Tyra Banks
gets a Harvard Degree, Paul Abdul is selling her 1.9 million dollar 'Haunted'
Mansion...Simon Cowell says he's keeping his mouth shut on Idol, Donald Trump
says he's keeping his mouth shut over a presidential bid, and Kate Gosselin says
she's lonely. GO GET HER, TIGERS!
Jason: (runs away)
Chico: *drives away*
Gordon: But none of them are the hoes of the week.
Gordon: The hoes are Kourtney Kordashian and her soon to be new baby.
Chico: Oh noes. They're spawning now!
Jason: Again :-)
Gordon: The Spawning Kardashians. Eligible when they get to talk. And those..are
Chico: Finally, let's go global.
Two American favorites may see light in Australia... one, old.. the other...
new. The old one, The Price Is Right. The new one... Baggage.
Gordon: It is. Should be interesting to see what the new guard prefer.
Chico: Should be. Okay, that's Brainvision. Jason, please.
Jason: (shuts Brainvision down)
Chico: Thank you. Stll to come, we're programming your DVR box and you're gonna
let us, but first?
Gordon: First, we play some Geoff Edwards redux. You're reading WLTI. You give
us 22 minutes and we'll give you 22 women who will not be the next American
Chico: And if Geoff Edwards is reading... apologies in advance.
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