Episode 24.15 - The World Cup
Chico: Hey folks... We began with an idea.. From
that idea came hundreds of game shows the world over. From those hundreds, we
had 32. And after weeks upon weeks of voting, we finally have a WINNER!
Gordon: Whoo hoo!
Chico: And we will reveal said winner of the GSNN World Cup... but first... From
somewhere in America... home of the greatest city in the world, New York
City.... WLTI... is... ON!
Chico: I figure you guys would appreciate that.
Gordon: We do. I do, anyways. Gordon Pepper here, and this is our season finale.
We hope to provide entertainment for all of us who are remembering September
Chico: Truly America's darkest day. Luckily it became our finest hour. We're
still here... And we have become, and are still, united. That is turning poison
Gordon: Helping us with the medicine is arguably the best episode of America's
Got Talent of the season.
Jason: Took us long enough :)
Chico: Anna & Patryk FINALLY ran out of time and chances.
Jason: (Standing ovation)
Chico: And the final is, as it was meant to be.... three singers and Fighting
Gordon: Complete with Anna doing what ironically Patryk did during the NYC
auditions that got them their first no.
Chico: Let me guess... She fell. On her bottom. At the outset.
Gordon: Patryk did.
Chico: So the story goes... Patryk fell... Judges said no. They got a do-over
somehow... Judges say yes... GLOWINGLY.
Gordon: Judges didn't let them advance. Then they advanced on my TV set. Now
Anna fell. No more chances.
Chico: Nope. The four that did advance exemplify perfection. The question now
becomes, can they take it to the NEXT level? Your four are Fighting Gravity,
Jackie Evancho, Michael Grimm and Prince Poppycock.
Chico: Now let's talk about what needs to happen for each act. And for that... I
need ... THE BOARD!
What You Need to Do to Win
- Fighting Gravity: Hope for a split
- Jackie Evancho: Show up
- Prince Poppycock: Court Jackie's audience
- Michael Grimm: Do something crazy
Chico: The topic: What You Need To Do To Win...
Starting with the group that we think needs to do the most... Dead giveaway.
It's Fighting Gravity. They already have a crutch in that no one sings.
Jason: I actually think they have to do the LEAST. They are unique. They are
different. They have a deal LOCKED, win or lose if you ask me. To win, they just
have to take it to the next level.
Gordon: I think they need to incorporate a singer in there, somehow. The good
news for them is to hope to split the singer vote.
Chico: But barring all that happening. They now have to do something that
they've never even hoped of doing before. Granted, their place in performance
arts history alongside the Blue Man Group is assured to be sure, but now we're
talking about sealing the deal.
Gordon: They'll get a deal in Vegas. They will not win.
Jason: They are, IMHO, the most unique and fresh act in the history of AGT.
Which is why, their success is guaranteed.
Gordon: But are they the best? No. They have a chance, but they need a massive
screw up from one of the other acts who I think has this all locked up.
Chico: There needs to be an explosion of some sort. They are the most unique AGT
act to even GET this far. And their success if guaranteed, but to win the
million,... It's an uphill climb. What's their easiest obstacle?
Jason: Michael Grimm.
Gordon: In the words of Jason, guy with a guitar.
Jason: Pretty much. That's all we got.
Chico: Yep. Michael Grimm. Granted, he's the most current of the singers, but
everything he's done, we've seen before... and done better. What he needs to do
now is put himself and his guitar to a plane not even imaginable. Cover
something that'd make you say "You can sing that with a guitar? I NEVER KNEW
Gordon: He needs to call Kris Allen and Lee DeWyze and get a trio going for the
finals. Maybe sing a Paula Abdul song not called 'Straight Up'. Maybe 'The Way
That You Love Me'.
Chico: James Morrison did a killer rendition of "Man in the Mirror"... Just
Jason: How about Lady Gaga's Paparazzi? Or Speechless?
Chico: I said challenge yourself, not commit suicide.
Chico: You know what Kris Allen did with "Heartless" that sewed up American Idol
for him? Michael needs to do something similar.
Gordon: Which leads us to the male version of Lady Gaga: Prince Poppycock.
Jason: He needs to go totally pop. Way against Opera. This is the same advice to
our last finalist.
Chico: I think... and it pains me to say this... Tap into Jackie's block and go
Gordon: I agree. You have to go popera or do something to blow Jackie out of the
Chico: You have to siphon votes from her, because now, she's the favorite.
Gordon: It's hers to lose.
Chico: Right on.
Jason: Which I believe she will.
Gordon: Barring she makes a major misstep, there's no way she's losing this. And
since Jason disagrees, this makes me feel a lot better on who I am endorsing.
Chico: Me too.
Jason: Ok...school me why she wins.
Chico: Annotated list of reasons... GO!
Gordon: 1) The public votes for kids. And I think she'll win because this is the
same group that voted Bianca Ryan to win the whole thing. Not to mention that
she had a huge advantage over everyone else, because she she had a massive
internet fanbase going into this competition.
Chico: 2) She's someone that everyone in the family can get behind. And this is
a family show. And she's very... umm. safe?
Gordon: 3) She's a hybrid of Bianca Ryan (Season #1 winner) and Neal E Boyd
(Season #3 winner). As it is a live voting competition, anything can happen, but
she's clearly the favorite here.
Chico: 4) Seems like NBC has been pimping her from the get go.
Gordon: Someone needs to make a major step up and she needs to make a major
Chico: All Jackie needs to do to win is leave the crowd wanting more.
Gordon: Jackie's parents are wisely not letting her near any microphones. Except
Gordon: And don't forget 5) She'll win because Jason's predicting Fighting
Chico: Which sucks, because we LIKE Fighting Gravity.
Gordon: I'd like to point out that Jason Block's losing streak on Idol is at 5
Chico: Okay, so quick should and will from the panel. Should win: Fighting
Gravity. Will win: Jackie Evancho.
Gordon: Should: Jackie. Will: Jackie
Jason: Should AND will: FIGHTING GRAVITY. People will call shenanigans.
Gordon: Fighting Gravity, despite Jason voting for them, can win, but they need
to massively upgrade the act.
Chico: And therefore... Congratulations to Prince Poppycock. Weeeee..
Gordon: Now we've giving you reasons why we think Jackie will win. We have more
reasons why Britney will not.
Chico: Three reasons why Britney won't win, and they all begin with The Brigade.
Lane, Hayden, and Enzo are your final three... Making them perhaps the best
alliance ever to grace the Big Brother house. ... Seriously?
Gordon: Seriously. It's a simple reason, and it's twofold: 1. Britney wasn't
part of the Brigade, who did an excellent job of keeping their alliance secret
and 2. No one was successful in realizing the existence of The Brigade or
breaking it up. It may be one of the best alliances ever, because no one
realized it until it was way too late. And in their defense, the played it
perfectly, with none of them opening their mouths. The only person who could
have and should have done something was Matt, but he completely blew it as he
exited the house.
Chico: And this is why they're so good at the game. They saw a problem, and got
rid of it. SIMPLE PIMPLE..
Gordon: Now we will go to our annual big Board on this one. Big Board please?
Who Wins If...
- Lane? No chance
- Enzo? Best chance
- Hayden? Depends on what's more important to him
Gordon: The Subject; Who wins if. We start with
Jason: Lane has the least shot of winning it.
Chico: I don't think Lane will get may votes, because let's face it, he was the
frequent, and most visible, target.
Jason: He allied with Britney. And Hayden and Enzo are too close.
Chico: He's gonna get ONE vote outof that. Maybe 2 just to pad myself, but in
all fairness, he's playing for pride.
Gordon: Lane is what you call collateral. He made friends with 1 person in the
house that wasn't the Brigade, and that's Britney. And that's all he'll get
regardless of who he's up against.
Jason: Right. The Jury wont vote for him.
Chico: So Lane is the epitome of the "non-issue". That leaves Enzo and Hayden.
Jason: Hayden offended way too many people in the house. Enzo played under the
radar the whole game.
Chico: Both have been tight, but Enzo's been flying under the radar, letting his
cohorts do all the work. And Hayden's got a big mouth. So right now, it's Enzo's
Jason: Pretty much. How many votes in the jury?
Chico: Seven votes in the jury, three to win. BUT he has one big problem. Enzo
is out of the competition.
Gordon: Hayden needs to figure out what's more important to him if he wins the
HOH. If he wants friendship, he keeps Enzo. If he wants the money, he boots Enzo,
because I think Enzo has the edge to win this game. He hasn't pissed anyone off
and he's come off as the lovable guy.
Chico: Meow meow.
Jason: Meow Meow indeed.
Chico: So if I'm Hayden, and I want the hot route to the money, I get rid of
Gordon: If I'm Lane, my only shot is to bring Hayden with me into the finals,
where I hope that Britney is campaigning for me.
Chico: Yeah... That's not gonna happen.
Gordon: If I'm Enzo, I hope that Hayden lives up to his alliance word or that
Lane is a complete moron.
Jason: right on
Chico: The last week in the house is going to be... quite. INTERESTING.
Gordon: So are football players and inane cheerleaders.
Chico: Yes, friends. It's time to get back to football... Now Thursday was a
rematch between the world champion Who Dats of New Orleans and the Purple People
of Minneapolis. So how does NBC celebrate? By putting both teams in the
60-Second Circle for a round of Minute To Win It for charity.
Jason: Smartly BEFORE the game :)
Chico: Yep. First up, we have Bernard Berrian of the Minnesota Vikings and Amber
Wright of the San Francisco 49ers cheer squad (because you have to have the
sleeper in there somewhere). You know how charity events work, whatever they
pocket in the circle, they keep.
Chico: This one spans two nights... Which is odd for ANY game of MTWI. Anyway,
Amber's playing for the Bay Area Women's Sports Initiative, while Bernard is
playing for Second Harvest. Their Level 8 game.. Ping Tac Toe. Bernard played
three in a row, and in team Minute to Win It, that means that the other player
must play the game, so it's all on Amber's shoulders.
Jason: Oh boy
Chico: You all know how Ping Tac Toe is played... Amber... fails on a TIME OUT.
So they will split $125,000. Which is still a good pay day. Next up, both teams
send players into the Circle to play as a team (before they wallop on each
other). We have Pierre Thomas of the Saints, and Visanthe Shiancoe of the Favres.
They're playing as a team. They are playing for both the Children's Hospital in
New Orleans and the National Kidney Foundation of Minnesota & the National
Capital Area. They get up to Level 7, and Gordon's favorite game ever... not
involving quarters... DON'T BLOW THE JOKER.
Gordon: You know you love that game.
Chico: More like Don't Blow the Budget. So first up is Shiancoe... He fails. One
life remaining. So it's all up to PT to do it... He also fails. Both charities
will split the $75,000, which isn't too bad either. By the way, the game itself
was kinda anemic, with the Saints winning 14-9.
Gordon: They spent all of their energy winning the money and had nothing left
for the football game, apparently.
Chico: And that's a good thing, right?
Jason: Didn't help me much on my fantasy team :) But yeah, :)
Chico: Me neither, but oh well. Next week is the season finale (FOR REAL THIS
TIME!). Tuesday at 8, tell your friends.
Gordon: Are we going to have more football players?
Chico: No but there will be a veteran or two.
Gordon: What about models?
Chico: No. Nor Casanova, on either Minute to Win it or Project Runway.
Jason: (shows off my Fashion Night Out Tote Bag)...you were saying?
Gordon: Uuummm...no. Ew.
Chico: And my sister is gotten.
Gordon: It's a model 2-fer this week, as we chat both Project Runway and the
season debut of America's Next Top Model.
Chico: Wee. Let's start with the Runway, shall we?
Chico: As we said, Casanova. Gone. Very sad.
Quisla: Not fair.
Gordon: I think it was fair. I just think that everyone is ready to see Ivy
leave and they didn't get it.
Chico: Yeah, Ivy was on the bubble as well. But you know what the crucial
difference is... And it goes back to the disclaimer that the judges may have
held concert with the producers. And Ivy... she likes the drama.
Quisla: She really does. No one else has fallen and ended up in the hospital.
'You don't want to see a Korean angry.' Here's what I think of you. *fart*
Chico: But how do you really feel?
Jason: Damn LOL
Chico: Here's the scene. Random teams.... resort wear.
Gordon: Honestly, Casanova wasn't going to win. And I agree, it's a drama move
here, which is lame, since we should be judging on talent.
Quisla: You think that Gretchen sabotaged him?
Gordon: No. I think he sabotaged himself
Quisla: You have to say his look... didn't really look resortish. It was really
nice blouse, nice pants, but I wouldn't call it resort wear.
Chico: Explain, sir.
Gordon: Casanova is not exactly the strongest beam in the building to begin
Quisla: No he wasn't, but he made some really nice things. He had a couple of
Gordon: And what's been one of the biggest problems with the cast this year?
Chico: Besides the fact that they're all pushovers?
Gordon: They are all sheep. There may well should have been a parade of wool at
the fashion show.
Chico: This is true.
Gordon: As a designer in a show, it is YOUR job to listen to yourself. If you
are stupid enough to take advice from a COMPETITOR who wants you off the show,
then you deserve to be auffed.
Jason: That I agree.
Chico: Even with the two favorites, Gretchen and Michael Costello... Not very
lion-like moves yet.
Gordon: It's like me telling Jason that the lime green paisley shirt rocks it
out with the deep purple bell bottoms and Jason goes out wearing it.
Chico: I think I just threw up a little.
Quisla: He looks like a clown.
Gordon: So to answer the question. It's not sabotage. it's good strategy.
Quisla: You know, it's a competition. If you can't design better clothes, then
sabotage their designs. But that's a crappy way to win.
Gordon: No it's not. It's playing the game.
Chico: Because what does that prove about me? Nothing.
Quisla: I guess I forget that this is a competition. I look forward to the
Gordon: If I have a chance to legally eliminate someone from the game who I feel
can be a threat, I take it.
Chico: Because that takes the target off of your back.
Quisla: But if you're a crappy designer, you're going to end up with the target
back on your back. Enjoy your reprieve.
Chico: So there's the Runway game. What about the Top Model game?
Gordon: We haven't started it yet.
Chico: But at least we have players, yeah?
Gordon: Yeah. We started the selection show. We have 14 models with the theme
being 'High Fashion'.
Chico: They modeled for Cynthia Rowley to get their golden ticket to the show.
Next week, they're doing the same for Diane von Furstenberg. And Demi Lovato,
whom I'm only assuming has a new project out, hence the appearance.
Jason: Maybe :)
Gordon: This week was the selection show. Included in the 14 are sisters, a VERY
tall woman, and a group of girls that have no problem reading a diary and outing
a woman who didn't want to sleep next to a black woman and elevated it to a
Jason: Ooooh not good.
Gordon: Both the person who had the diary and the person who read it were cut
before the Final 14.
Quisla: (Read: insect creatures with no soul)
Chico: Because Tyra don't like ugly. No sir.
Gordon: Guess not. But there's still a lot of modeling to do, when we see a lot
Chico: This oughta be fun.
Gordon: And with that, we segue to a show that's had it's moments of beauty and
ugly, but we still love it, which is why it's getting 5 good questions.
TPIR theme* Gordon, Please do start.
Gordon: We start with this...
#1: Who is the new announcer and will it make a difference?
Jason: There is a rotating announcer audition going on as we speak...and the
answer is NOT really. It will only matter to the hyper-obsessive fanboys who
whine that "It isn't Johnny Olsen or Rod Roddy." Or that Randy West didn't get
the job. If you have a good flow back and forth, it will work.
Chico: I don't think it'll make that big of a difference IF the candidates do
this right. I mean, what does the announcer do... but announce... and
participate in the occasional Showcase?
Gordon: I think it could matter if they get the right one. They want this person
to go beyond announcing. They want to make him a true foil, like Jonathan Mangum
is for Wayne Brady on Let's Make a Deal.
Chico: They do want that foil.
Gordon: Can he be? That's the question that needs to be answered. I say that
they get it and he'll be more active. Just ask Wayne Brady on the importance of
a good foil.
Chico: For some reason, Rich wasn't it. I don't get it. It's probably not my job
TO get it. But if they do get it, it could elevate the show.
Gordon: Rich is an announcer, not a comedian. They want a comedian. That I
completely understand. Next one?
Chico: Next one..
#2: How will Pay the Rent go over with both the new fans of the show and the
Jason: Depends on how the game is played/executed. This is a wait and see game.
I am hoping that it goes over well.
Chico: A new pricing game on the season premiere. Obviously it's going to be
something special. Well, that's the hope, and history is on Pay the Rent's side.
Jason: They are putting a lot of hype into this one.
Gordon: I don't think it's as big as what everyone makes it out to be, but I do
think it will make an impact, just because of the $100,000 at the end.
Chico: You can't ignore that one.
Jason: That is STILL life changing coin.
Gordon: Agreed. Next one up...
#3: Will Drew get better this year?
Chico: I think Drew's getting the hang of it. He's getting it. He's
understanding the flow to be had... Last season was a banner season. A
breakthrough, if you will. If he can build off of that, he's going to have a lot
of naysayers shutting up.
Jason: I will say yes. I think his weight loss has given him a new lease on
life. combined with last year (his best year of the three), he is getting the
hang of it. And to all the fanboys...he will NEVER be Bob. Get over it. He needs
to be Drew.
Gordon: I think Drew figured out how to run the games. Now he must make sure he
doesn't put himself over the show.
Chico: I don't think that's going to be a problem. Granted, the same corny joke
is going to be funny for the first 12 times, but we're all hoping someone tells
him that. I mean, even the "37 hours" bit... that started to wear.
Jason: The biggest problem wasn't even him last year. Not. Even. Close.
Chico: Well, you get players who are screamers and not thinkers, what do you
expect to happen. Which brings me to....
#4: Is there still going to be an atmosphere that a certain brand of
contestant will be taken over another?
Jason: Yes. Unfortunately. The word is out. Fanboys and good players out.
Screamers and dummies in.
Gordon: Pretty much, If you're dumb, Drew can make fun of you. So when you
audition, make sure you act like a giant screaming Ambullsil.
Chico: and if there's anyone who can do that, it's us. We're good actors like
that. We're also hella ineligible. =p
Jason: You spelled imbecile wrong on purpose :)
Gordon: Heh. Last one...
Last season. TPIR averaged a 4.5. This season, TPIR will average...
Chico: I'm going to be generous and go a 4.7. It's been going nowhere but up
since Mike Richards took control...
Jason: a 4.7. The LMAD/TPIR Combo is going to work. That was the best one two
punch move in a long time.
Chico: And if he can stay the course (which i hope he does)... then growth is
Jason: And if you balance the theme shows, good guest stars, another April's
Fools with Mimi, then you got something.
Chico: I love Mimi. I don't need to see her every year. :-)
Jason: I mean who would have thought you would have seen a 2010 Tesla, or a 1964
Bentley 3. Or a 1975 Corvette, or a 1967 GTO?
Chico: Now THAT was creative.
Gordon: 4.7. The show is FINALLY going in the right direction. I expect good
things out of it this season.
Jason: That's the stuff that makes people comes back (one of them anyway)
Chico: If I can be so bold... we're going to be talking the 40th anniversary
Chico: Mark it.
Jason: I think so
Chico: And it's going to be sweet.
Gordon: Should be a fun time. The Hamsters are already getting ready for their
own party. The Football Kick off.
Jason: What play are they calling?
Chico: They look cute with their helmets on.
Gordon: Cheeseball is dressed as a football, Chairman and Gordon Jr. are the
referees and Eve is working the telestrator. Hans the Pig, meanwhile, it outside
Chico: Do I want to know?
Gordon: He's offended that football uses a pigskin
Jason: Nuff said.
Chico: Ah. Okay, well, while they get back to football, we get back to news.
Gordon. Call the play!
Gordon: Roll...that...beautiful...brain...footage...hut, hut, hike!
Jason: (Blows whistles)
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. Hey Gordon, it's time to do the Super Monday dance. *foot
Gordon: Shuffling with the stars?
Jason: No, he's dancin!
Chico: What's going down this week (and the beginning of next)?
Gordon: Lots of game show dancing
shuffle on September 13 with Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, Family Feud and
Jason: 4 huge show premieres
Then on Wednesday the 15th, we Island Hop with Survivor, Top Chef, Ultimate
Fighter, and the TPIR season finale, before the season premiere 5 days later.
Finally, The Apprentice does the job jitterbug on September 16th.
Jason: My eyes are going to bleed :)
Chico: I got another date for you, and it's LOADED!
15: GSN is going HD.
Chico: Shock! Horror! Part of me is dying!... No, not really.
Jason: That's pretty cool actually.
Chico: I mean, all of their original programming is shot in HD. They're going to
upconvert their primetime lineup. Which means it's going to be standard
definition prettied up, or the dreaded "you-must-be-high-definition" stretch.
Gordon: It's fun. It's flashier and more colorful. Just don't introduce 3-D.
That's all I ask.
Chico: that may just be decadence on top of decadence right there, but yeah, I'm
hoping Time Warner (or Cablevision in Gordon's case) gets on this. It could be a
windfall. I notice they've been experimenting with the letterbox format
recently... and it looks pretty good.
Jason: Do we need to see Jerry Springer in HD? LOL
Chico: YES WE DO! Can I get a YOU KNOW? =p
Gordon: But maybe HD could stand for highly Dumb.
Jason: Uh oh LOL
Chico: Oh no...
YOU Smarter than...the 6 people who thought it would be enlightening to hack
into Crystal Bowersox records in Ohio in attempts to get dirt and possibly
blackmail material. Unfortunately for them, Crystal has a clean record. Really
unfortunately for them, the police found out about it and they are all either
canned or reassigned.
Jason: DUH! (shakes head)
Chico: Time well wasted; they could've been reading us if they wanted to waste
time and get something out of it. Oh well...
Gordon: Who wants some Haterade?
Jason: (pounds glass) Yes.
is what ticked off singer Joe Perry has to say about American Idol when finding
out that he may be out of money from as tour if Steven Tyler stops touring with
them and judges instead: "It's a reality show designed to get people to watch
that station and sell advertising," Perry said. "It's one step above (Teenage
Mutant) Ninja Turtles."
Chico: I would've said Power Rangers, but whatever.
Gordon: I thought you liked the Power Rangers, Chico.
Chico: I did. Then I saw the 2010 reversion... talk about an acid trip.
Gordon: Let's talk about trips. Where are we going?
Chico: We're going to China.
picks up "Hole in the Wall". Insert joke here.
Gordon: It's not a Great hole in the Wall, is it?
Chico: It never was. :-)
Jason: :) Nope.
Chico: We... love it. :-) We also love Luda...
Gordon: But first, we end the season with a big red sofa
you want to be on Shark Tank and pitch your ideas to Jeff Foxworthy, go here:
We spoke about being the Mob for 1 vs. 100. If you want to be 'The One', go
Chico: LA only. :-(
Wipeout is casting again. Chico wants to be on the show. If you want to also
be on the show, go here:
Chico: I wanna be on the Wipeout, you guys!
Face Off got picked up by Syfy. If you want to compete in a Special Effect
Make Up Show, go here:
Get out of Debt. Compete against other couples who want to get out of debt.
Chico: I remember seeing something a little similar to this that leads me to
believe it won't work... unless Wink Martindale is involved somehow.
Something Jason Block wants: To be the next Food Network Star. If you want to
be part of NFNS, go here:
Fudging up your resume is NOT advised.
Jason: Definitely not. JAG.
The Biggest Loser is casting! And they want LATINOS! Seriously. So Chico,
this one's all yours.
Chico: I would, but you know something... I've lost 25 pounds already... I'm
Gordon: And now, Luda me.
Chico: *plays "Pimpin' All Over the world"
this week's media Ho Report, Betty White gets into a comic, Wayne Brady does the
early show, Meredith Vieira goes green...thumb that is...
Chico: And admits to liking Cash Cab.
Simon Cowell turns 50, Piers Morgan officially takes over Larry King's job,
Jessica Simpson is a guest judge on the Project Runway ifnale... Kat Von D says
she's NOT pregnant with Jesse James Baby, Billy Ray Cyrus starts in a UFO
reality series and Spencer Pratt apologizes to Heidi in the biggest relationship
work since the WWE went to NYC.
Chico: Can we just get rid of them already? I mean... back in my day, you see
someone throw a hissy fit...you ignore them.. They go away!
Gordon: But none of them are your hoes of the week.
Gordon: Your Hoes of the Week are Chelsie Hightower, Edyta Sliwinska and Louis
Chico: All of whom are going into the Bachelor Pad in a desperate attempt to
make the show seem watchable.
Gordon: They will teach the 6 people left on The Bachelor Pad how to dance, and
then rate the couples, with the 2 top couples going to the Final 4. Chico can't
wait for that.
Chico: See above comment.
Gordon: And those...are your hoes.
Chico: And finally, plenty greenlights to go around.
Jason: (Hands Chico all the bats needed)
Chico: Okay... *breathes*
season 2 is GO... Kara DioGuardi is also GO.... as in "gone". BBC America picks
up "I'll Do Anything", part 3 in the Andrew Lloyd Webber trilogy of talent...
And finally... Jeopardy! #6000 will drop on season 27, while Wheel bumps up the
coin to $30,000 minimum for a bonus win and $5,000 cash with a car.
Chico: Big money gets bigger. Gas. Taxes. Things to hang on the rearview. It's
gonna be hot this season. We drop it like it's hot on Monday.
Gordon: Jeopardy will also have an 'America's Best: Teachers Tournament' in May
of 2011 to promote Teachers Month.
Chico: Mike? ... any other teacher would just be a friend of mine =p
Gordon: If he's out there, tell him to apply.
Jason: Yeah Mike is SO in this :)
Chico: I know a lot of teachers, and they're all smart.
Gordon: That's Brainvision. Shut it Down
Jason: (shutting down)
Chico: Okay, still to come, the world's longest fall preview gets longer with a
toilet involved. But first... we set the brackets... You voted.. And now... WE
HAVE A WINNER! Will it be TPIR or WWTBAM? Find out in mere moments. This is We
Love To Interrupt, you give us 22 minutes, we give you 32 reasons to take up
world travel. And #33... Ryan Vickers :-)
(Brainvision has been brought to you by Game Show Pawn Stars. How much is
that old Plinko Chip worth? What about the Press Your Luck plunger stolen off
the lot of Studio 33? Or a Supermarket Sweep Grocery Cart? The Antiques guys
will say if the million dollar set is worth a million.)
HERE TO CONTINUE