Chico: Hi, I'm Chico Alexander... and I like
Gordon: (Brings in a herd of baby goats) You ordered these?
Chico: Ah, there we go... *makes faces in baby goats faces* You're a good little
kid aren't you... yes you are... yes you are...
Gordon: Is this what the people in North Carolina revert to when the Tar Heels
lose a football game?
Chico: No. We're far more demure.
Gordon: Good, because you're about to lose in 1:57.
Chico: Thanks for reminding me.
Chico: Anyway, we're about to have fun with kids of the human variety...Because
from somewhere in America... the "My Biggest Loser's Family's Got a Clue"
edition of WLTI... is... on!
Gordon: Gordon Pepper here, and we have some guests. First of all, someone who
probably likes PAC 10 football, Rob Seidelman
Rob: Yes I do. Go Trojans.
Gordon: They're more than just condoms in California.
Chico: And someone who follows CFL religiously... or was it Aussie rules... I
forget which... Don Harpwood.
Don: It's CFL, thanks. :-)
Chico: Heh. Okay.
Gordon: Aaaaannnnnnnnd North Carolina loses to Virginia Tech. Yay!
Chico: This was revenge against the televised win against Rutgers, isn't it?
Gordon: Could be...Oh Chico - that was the second biggest comeback in Virginia
Tech history! Isn't that great?
Chico: No. Hey! Let's talk about something else!
Gordon: We'll see who got a touchdown and who fumbled later, but first of all,
we have a score - Dan wins Big Brother 10, by a count of 7-0
Chico: That's one touchdown and a PAT.
Gordon: And a shutout.
Rob: To my knowledge that's the first sweep in voting in Big Brother US History.
Gordon: Yes it is, Rob. Last week, we said that Dan wins if the hamsters in the
jury based it on game play. But what we didn't count on is Memphis fumbling the
game away on arguably one of the worst jury showings ever.
Chico: The question is... WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED? How did Memphis throw the game
Gordon: I'm going to expand this more of a primer of what NOT to do in front of
a Big Brother Jury - or any jury, for that matter.
Chico: Big Bored time?
Gordon: Big Bored time.
How to Give Away $500,000
- Don't Pull Punches
- Answer the Questions
- People = Collateral Damage
- Why Do You Deserve the Money?
Gordon: Subject: How to give away $500,000 #1.
You're playing for $500,000. You have to pull out all the stops and assume your
opponent is going to pull out all of his.
Chico: That's just a fact of life.
Don: Gotta play to win.
Rob: As our good buddy Jason Block says, You don't just play, you play to win.
Gordon: Memphis...didn't do that. Instead, he played it like him and Dan were
Chico: Dumb. Dumb dumb dumb.
Gordon: On the other hand, Dan played to win, and not only threw Memphis under
the bus, but ran over him a few times with it.
Rob: There are no friends in the Big Brother house. That's a rule of the game.
Gordon: #2. And this seems so simple...but answer the questions, and answer them
the way that the players want you to answer them. That may mean you have to
accept responsibility and fault and show humility, but if it's worth a half a
million dollars, you do it.
Chico: I don't think Memphis even knew what he was doing.
Gordon: Memphis avoided the questions like they were lava coming from a volcano.
He skirted around them instead of answering them the hard way. You don't get
either respect or votes from that. Dan not only answered them directly, but used
every opportunity to twist the answers to his liking.
Chico: This goes back to playing the game to win. They obviously asked questions
to see if you'd break under the pressure. It's the same with everything.
Gordon: Yep. They want answers, not excuses.
Chico: Absolutely. And for the love of god, don't use a jury session to explain
... something else.
Gordon: #3. Nope. When you get to the jury phase, whether you like it or not,
the people in the house are no longer collateral damage.
Chico: As in, you don't take them for granted.
Gordon: Memphis treated the jurors like business. Dan did too - but he stayed
human, doing things that included talking to Jerry and making him feel welcome
in the house. Dan made the connections in the house, while Memphis didn't, and
that's what got Dan the votes.
Chico: And yet we called 5-2 Memphis. Go figure.
Gordon: Well, we also said that the swing votes of Ollie/April/Michelle could go
either way if they recognize game play over emotions, which surprisingly they
did. But I also think they could have gone to Memphis if he didn't completely
screw the pooch on his answers.
Chico: And he did. So they did. And Dan can say he routed on national
Gordon: #4. Finally, you have to campaign on why you deserve the money more than
why your opponent does. Memphis says that if they thought he didn't deserve the
money, to give it to Dan. That's around the WORST thing you can say.
Chico: Oh god.
Don: Talk about a major blunder...
Gordon: Saying that you are voting for The Rapping Dragon for president is less
of a blunder than that. You NEVER want to give the jury the idea of voting for
Chico: Because if you do, they will.
Gordon: Yep. It's good to know for all Big Brother and Survivor contestants to
Chico: Remember this is for $500,000... you have to build a case for yourself.
Not for the other guy. Most important, though... Run lean, run clean, run
classy, and run to win.
Gordon: So congratulations to Dan for winning Big Brother - and congratulations
to Memphis for being such a nice guy to hand over to Dan $450,000.
Chico: Memphis is such a nice guy. I wish Memphis would hand me $450,000. Come
Gordon: We go from the end to the beginning. Let's look at the new shows that
have premiered this week.
Chico: First one had... Bill Cullen incarnate. Only with boobies, and a Spanish
Gordon: Que Lindo, Papi
Chico: Que lindo indeed. You remember Child's Play, right?
Rob: I do.
Chico: Well, "Child's Play" is back on TV as "Dame La Pista" on Telefutura. The
game play is the same... almost.
Gordon: Do tell
Chico: They added a round where, in a bit of Street-Smarts-esque guessturing,
you had to predict how a kid answered a question like... "Who would you rather
meet, Pope Benedict XVI or Simon Cowell?" Yes... that was an actual question.
Chico: Other than that, it's the same game that was on CBS during the 80s. Round
1: Guess what word a kid is talking about. Round 2: The aforementioned this or
that round. Round 3: Fast Play. And the bonus round... 45 seconds to guess five
words based on three clues for $5000. You've seen this before. And that's good.
Gordon: Sure have
Chico: The thing about FremantleMedia Latin America productions as opposed to
FremantleMedia North America productions is that they know that what worked
Gordon: They actually do.
Chico: They don't see the need for changing stuff that doesn't need to be
Rob: Or change for the sake of change.
Chico: And if it changes, then it's for the overall betterment of the show. And
the competition doesn't suffer for it. The people in LA would do well to take a
look at the people from Miami. Then maybe Temptation would still be on the air.
And Alessandra Rosaldo... she knows how to keep the game going... and she's easy
on the eyes.
Gordon: Muy Buena
Chico: So the verdict... A Fremantle revival... that works? WHA?!
DAME LA PISTA - Telefutura
Chico: This gets an A from me.
Rob: I have to abstain because for the sole purpose of me not having Telefutura.
Chico: And that's okay.
Gordon: I have yet to see it, so I pass.
Chico: You really should.
Don: I don't have Telefutura either, so I'll have to pass as well.
Chico: ... you people... Heh. Okay... Do you all have Nickelodeon?
Don: I wish.
Chico: Okay, then we can continue on. Another revival of sorts aired with "My
Family's Got GUTS". 12 families... one glowing piece of our radical rock.
Gordon: And it glows....like the Loch-Nar
Gordon: But unlike the movie Heavy Metal, there's no nude women after this
glowing rock...which is a pity they don't show that stuff on tv.
Chico: Not on kids TV anyway. Here's what goes down...
Gordon: 2 families. 2 events and the return of the Aggro-Crag.
Chico: The two events determine your standing going into the Crag, as a lead
translates into a head start... which is fair...up until 7 seconds...So any
blowout lead of over 70 points... wasted. But still, a fierce competition for
all involved... but not without fault.
Gordon: But a good event nonetheless. And that's the good part. The tradition of
the show is clearly intact here.
Rob: Especially the Remix of the theme.
Chico: Remix of the theme is good.
Rob: Best theme I've heard on Nick since Legends.
Chico: The casting's pretty good as well.. Ben Lyons keeps the action at a fever
pace... Asha Kuerten functions well as the cute ref with the foreign accent, and
the families look like they're genuinely having fun.
Gordon: Lyons is a lot better than I thought he'd be. He's surprisingly solid,
and you can feel Mike O'Malley (the old host) channeled through him
Rob: Seems like everyone is having fun on this show.
Chico: Basically, the show picks up where the original left off.
Rob: Yes, good revival all around.
Chico: Now comes the part of the review where I sneak a bottle or two from
Gordon: And I've got plenty.
Chico: The double-edged sword of the revival is that you're always going to be
compared to the original. The original show by far had more variety in
events...you had the aerial events... the assault course... the pool.. the track
and field. This time around... you have one obstacle course... and one aerial
event...and it's basically doing the same thing over and over again...
Gordon: You had 5 events in the original. Only 2 events and an Aggro-Crag here.
It suffers from American Gladiators Overpadding-itis. Make it an hour show - or
put more into it.
Rob: I would have loved to have seen a 3rd event.
Chico: With Flying Football, it's scoring a TD. With Sky Slam... it's jamming on
LeBron James...and they're all for 1:30. It tends to get old quickly. And Gordon
had it right on the money. This was the problem with AG. More show, less game.
If you're like me, a young adult male aged 25-34, you remember the original GUTS
and all the good it did.
Rob: It was fun.
MY FAMILY'S GOT GUTS - Nickelodeon
Gordon: There need to be more of it, but what
they have is good. A solid B from me.
Chico: This didn't do quite as much, but it wasn't horrible. B-.
Rob: I was entertained, and quite enjoyed myself. My brother who also remembers
the show was very entertained. I'm giving it a solid B+
Don: Pass. I haven't been able to see it yet, but I'd like to.
Chico: Think it'll make its way to YTV?
Don: I hope so. The original did, after all...
Gordon: And speaking of which, we have making out way to TV - 2 returning shows.
Starting with more The Biggest Loser - and more families.
Chico: Eight teams, some are parent-child... some are husband-wife. All are
Gordon: the husband wife teams are trained by bob. The kids and parents are
trained with Jillian.
Chico: But the game hasn't changed much has it?
Gordon: No, it hasn't. It's still getting on the scale - and it's still booting
Chico: And the first booted... Adam & Stacey. At least they got a visit to a
spa, though. But if I was them... I would've opted for the extra vote.
Gordon: And Adam and Stacey get booted because they are considered a threat to
Chico: Which is the fundamental problem of this show.
Gordon: and being that they have lost more than 100 pounds since they got booted
- everyone else seems to be right on the assumption
Chico: Yep. But again, that was the fundamental problem of the show from the get
Gordon: And I agree. There has to be a better way to make this a competition
than getting rid of people who clearly need the help.
Chico: So what else do we notice from this premiere? Me, I'm thinking Vicky &
Brady may be unduly on the chopping block because of their impressive showing in
Gordon: Maybe. But isn't the point of this to have a healthy lifestyle as well?
Wouldn't it be better if they are just out of the competition but still stay at
Gordon: Hi, You get the chance of a lifetime, by the way, when you get voted
out, you get no more help.
Chico: Seems kinda rank, if you ask me. But it helps out NBC, so it can't be all
Gordon: its not all bad, but the shenanigans of people coming back after being
evicted leaves this semi-bad. C.
Chico: Sounds about right. C
Gordon: The next night, we see the return of The Ultimate Fighter.
Chico: This season, champs Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Frank Mir are training
the next generation.
Gordon: And they are 2 of the biggest bad-asses in the sport today.
Chico: Nogueira is the heavyweight champ. Mir.... WAS the heavyweight champ.
Rob: I would love to see a title fight at the finale.
Don: That would be nice, but I'm guessing they're saving that for PPV.
Chico: True, Don
Rob: Sane thing to do.
Chico: But that doesn't mean that the finale's going to be a stinker.
Rob: Far from it.
Chico: I mean, these finales always define the series.
Don: I still remember the Season 1 finale...
Gordon: This season, we have 16 Lightweights. 16 Light Heavywiehgts
Chico: And we get into the fights early and often.
Gordon: Sure do. We get 8 matches to start. Some of the matches are nothing less
Rob: Hopefully the fighters can control what they do outside of the octagon and
Gordon: But they won't...which is part of the fun.
Chico: One of the selling points this year was Jason Guida trying to make the
weight for the series... Unfortunately, he doesnt, and his replacement gets
knocked out in the first round. In every sense of the phrase. Ow.
Gordon: It's not a pretty show. it promises blood, guts, and hard core fighting
matches. And it delivers. A.
Chico: It isn't pretty, but it gets you there. A.
Don: Still fun to watch. A.
Rob: My favorite reality show out there bar none. Especially since the program
delivers on all fronts. A for me.
Chico: Okay, remember how we totally screwed the BB10 final?
Gordon: Not completely, but yes. Can we screw something else up, daddy?
Chico: You now have a chance to make up for it with the most masculine of blood
sports... ballroom dancing. Everyone ready to handicap?
Chico: Big Board me!
Handicapping with the Stars
- Our Top 3: Susan Lucci, Lance Bass, Warren Sapp
Chico: Okay... we're going in alphabetical order.
Lance Bass & Lacey Schwimmer.
Chico: One was on Game Show Marathon. Other was on SYTYCD.
Gordon: Overwhelming favorites. Top 3.
Don: They'll go far.
Chico: This'll be interesting to watch if only to see how Lance gets it on with
a lady. Top 3.
Rob: Very far. Top 3 indeed.
Toni Braxton & Alec Mazo.
Chico: Alec won once, can he do it again?
Rob: Hmmm. tough.
Chico: Me, I don't think so, because Toni's... small.
Rob: I'm going to say out in week 4
Chico: middle of the road.
Don: I think they'll do good. They won't win, but they'll do good. I see them in
the middle of the pack.
Gordon: She was well known in her time. I don't think her dancing will be as
good as others though. Middle of the pack.
Brooke Burke & Derek Hough.
Gordon: That's Jason Block's favorite right there.
Chico: Requisite host and requisite favorite. Which means she's out in the first
round...or one of the first.
Gordon: Game show favorite. But an unknown in the outside world, and that spells
trouble. Not the first one gone, but an early casualty.
Don: Her chances aren't good.
Rob: Gone in week 2.
Chico: Sounds about right, Rob. Next...
Rocco DiSpirito and Karina Smirnoff.
Chico: One's a celebrity chef. The other... dated a celebrity briefly.
Don: I don't see them going too far.
Rob: That's my week 1 Voteoff
Chico: He'll go three weeks and out, and I'll tell you why later.
Gordon: I agree with Chico. 3 weeks and that's it.
Chico: Gordon agrees with me? MARK THE DATE!
Gordon: Shhh. :)
Maurice Greene & Cheryl Burke...
Chico: One has feet of fire. Other has legs of steel.
Gordon: Track and field stars should have some good moves. Doesn't have the name
Chico: Together, they just might take it all the way. Top five...
Rob: Top 6 for me.
Don: I think they'll do very well.
Chico: Okay, next...
Kim Kardashian & Mark Ballas.
Chico: One has a big ass and a sex tape... the other's Mark Ballas. She'll be
Rob: 3rd out
Chico: The model NEVER wins.
Gordon: First woman out.
Don: A few weeks, and she'll be gone.
Gordon: Enjoy the ass. You won't be seeing it for long
Chico: Okay. Next...
Cloris Leachman & Corky Ballas.
Chico: One's a grandma. Other is Mark's dad.
Gordon: Grandma will get to mid-pack.
Chico: This may be a concession to our more mature viewers. Mid-pack.
Don: Sounds about right.
Rob: Mid-pack is fine.
Cody Linley & Julianne Hough.
Chico: One's on Hannah Montana... the other just wants to sing. To some extent,
both are corporate shills.
Chico: My thoughts exactly.
Rob: I take back my first out thing. It goes here.
Don: I've never heard of Cody...
Gordon: Cody is a kid. Kids go far. Julianne is a name. Top half, right outside
the Top 3.
Chico: But they have the youth vote and she's a champ maker. Top 3.
Don: Yeah, I could see him lasting a while.
Chico: Sorry, had to say it.
Susan Lucci & Tony Dovolani.
Chico: I can see them going rather far as well, because they bring an element of
class and unpredictability. Top 3.
Rob: Top 3 is right.
Chico: This may very well be another year where a woman takes it.
Gordon: Remember in DWTS 1, a certain soap opera actress made a massive run and
won the whole thing against game show favorite John O'Hurley?
Chico: You see it happening again?
Gordon: If Lance doesn't win it, she's one of the odds-on favorites to stop him.
Misty May-Treanor & Maks Chmerkovskiy.
Gordon: We love our Olympians, don't we?
Chico: I love this one. Top 5. Maks may just make her work tooth and nail for it
Rob: Top 4 for me.
Chico: Expect things to get ugly up there.
Gordon: I agree. Top upper half, but she won't have the name recognition to go
Don: I could easily see her in the top 4 or 5.
Chico: I don't know about the name recog. Remember, we're airing right out of
the Olymics, where she took home the gold. If someone were to beat, say... Cody
Linley... it could be hers.
Gordon: Misty May-Treanor is like the Angus, to Susan Lucci's Big Mac. The Angus
is great, but nothing beats a classoc.
Ted McGinley & Inna Brayer.
Chico: One's a noted show killer. The other's... well, the other's not noted at
all is she?
Rob: First to go then.
Gordon: First one out.
Chico: Ted McGinley is the patron-saint of shark-jumping.
Don: Can't see him getting out of week 1.
Chico: Me neither, which is good news for...
Jeffrey Ross & Edyta Sliwinska.
Chico: Somewhere, Edyta's going "Why the hell do I always draw the short end?"
Gordon: I think Ross will be the second one out.
Chico: Sounds about right.
Don: He certainly won't last, either.
Rob: Early exit
Chico: And finally...
Warren Sapp & Kym Johnson
Chico: One's an NFL defensive tackle and brother of Bob Sapp. Other's just
clawing for that brass ring.
Rob: Warren was very popular. I see that popularity winning out here. He's in
the final 2.
Don: I think he'll be a contender. Top 3 at least.
Gordon: Warren is very popular - and no NFL player has finished outside of the
Top 3. He won't either.
Chico: He'll DEFINITELY beat Cody Linley. Okay, so your top 3...Warren
Sapp...Susan Lucci...and Lance Bass...
Gordon: Lance Bass / Susan Lucci / Warren Sapp
Don: Lance, Warren, Susan.
Rob: Sapp/Lucci/Bass is right.
Chico: That said... we'd like to congratulate Jeffery Ross and Ted McGinley for
winning Dancing With The Stars. *bows*
Gordon: What about Dan Marino, Ty Murray, Florence Henderson and Dan Quayle?
Chico: Heh. How about Darnell, Mike, and the hamsters? Are they good dancers?
Gordon: The Chairman, Gordon Jr. and Cheeseball are judging. No Gordon Jr., you
can not give out negative scores. Sorry.
Chico: Heh. Okay, let's fire up the machine.
Gordon: 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, Gordon?
Gordon: First up - we got a book full of dates and dancing
Chico: Hit me.
course Dancing With The Stars debuts This week. So does Trivial Pursuit and The
Price is Right. And Season 3/4 of American Idol Rewind.
Rob: Can't wait for TPIR.
Opportunity Knocks shows up on September 23, Survivor Gabon is on September
25, and The Amazing Race is on Sunday, September 28.
Chico: And we'll have all of those next week. Reverse engineering for geeks.
Meanwhile, we have someone reverse engineering a greenlight.
Brother, after getting a big uptick thanks to its summer run.. where it SHOULD
be... gets a big renewal.
Gordon: Good for Big Brother. We've seen that with good contestants and no inane
twists, the show can be fun to watch.
Chico: For once, you mean?
Gordon: They've had some very good seasons. Season #9...not one of them. Season
#10 - not in my Top 3, but solid.
Don: I hope they keep it that way for next summer.
Chico: That's what Big brother should be... 13 average people cohabitating a
Gordon: Season #2 is undoubtedly the best. Seasons #4, #5, and #8 are also up
Chico: Where would season 1 fit?
Gordon: Near the bottom. I didn't like America being able to vote in that
fashion at all.
Chico: Just thought I'd ask.
Gordon: America getting one vote, I liked. But only 1 vote, not the whole
Chico: Makes sense. Now the baseball bat, please.
Gordon: (Hands Chico the Golden Bat)
is making an amazing plea for the Amazing Race... on three LAX hangars.
Rob: Inventive advertising I must say.
Don: Certainly a neat idea.
Chico: And you can see it from the seat when you put it in the full upright
position, too. All that work went into it... Let's hope it's a good run.
Gordon: And I bet it flies over villages, right?
Chico: Even ones that are missing idiots.
Gordon: I found a few of them. I have 2 blackboards for you this week. Let's say
you're competing for a $100,000 UFC Contract. all you have to do to compete is
show up - at or under the weight level. And you have a few months to do it.
Chico: Well, within the weight level, yeah.
Rob: Which should be status quo.
you smarter than...Jason Guida, who shows up TWENTY POUNDS overweight. He thinks
he can get under in a week. He's wrong. He misses weight by 1 pound and is cut
from the show.
Chico: It made for a good teaser, though.
Rob: Uhhh, correct me if I'm wrong, but if you're scheduled to show up at a show
and make a weight limit, shouldn't you be doing this a few weeks earlier than
one week before weigh-in?
Gordon: If you're taking it seriously, you do.
Don: Yes. He should have had his weight dropped down a bit before even arriving.
Gordon: But that's not the only person who isn't taking their dreams seriously
and paying for it.
Gordon: Let's say you're a video game fiend.
Chico: I'm a video game fiend.
Rob: *raises hand*
Gordon: You're playing for a million dollars. Only 2 big cases left out of 8.
And here's your deal...$126,000 PLUS a trip to Canada where you will be
permanently in an EA Sports game as both a ref and a hidden character. Total
value of the deal: $132,000. Deal...or No Deal?
Don: A six-figure offer plus immortality in a video game? I'd take it.
Rob: *pushes button hard*
Chico: DEAL! DEAL! DEAL! DEAL! DEAL! DEAL!
Gordon: You all deal. Good lads. Now here's the penalty for not following your
Are You Smarter Than...Chris Williams, who doesn't deal and then promptly
opens up both Million Dollar cases. He goes from walking away with potentially
$131,700 to walking away with $110.
Chico: Waaa waaaaaaaaah
Rob: Horrid, horrid gameplay.
Chico: Chris does not get the MVP. Chris gets the Dirty Rug.
Chico: 'Cause he just got BEAT!
Gordon: Would you like some Haterade? Goes down great after spending time
cleaning some dirty rugs.
have our first Million Dollar wedge pick up...and during that round, we see the
first person to lose the Million Dollar Wedge on a Bankrupt.
Rob: That's bad luck right there.
The Bankrupt, though, was very, very busy that episode. It was hit 6 times.
Total pickup by the Bankrupt: 1 Red Envelope Gift Card, 1 Million Dollar Wedge,
1 Wild Card and $15,600 in cash, for a total of $1,016,600.
Chico: Ayyy...Black wedges don't play this year. But that's the nature of the
Rob: It's not kind to anyone.
Chico: That IS a fully loaded bankrupt.
Gordon: Obviusly picked up lessons from a Whammy.
Chico: Hee hee hee.
Gordon: Let's get Fully Loaded.
Chico: This week... games on the go.
seen Hell's Kitchen and TPIR on the DS.. but if you're old-school, you need a
cell phone, because Tic-Tac-Dough is coming
Chico: Expect the game to have a multiplayer option.
Rob: That'll be fun.
Chico: I don't think any rapping dragons are in this game.
Rob: Thank goodness.
Chico: We do, though, have rapping Ludacris and a big red couch.
Gordon: True - and the couch, this week, is knocking.
you want to be on Opportunity Knocks and have a shot at $250,000, go here -
Chico: You need kids aged 9 to 21.
Gordon: Next up - wanna be a runner and avoid people for money?
We are casting 5 episodes, with 10 'runners' a piece. This is for individuals
21 and over only that are physically fit enough to pass a stress test and
physical. There are other challenges involved that do not involve running or
other physical strain, so mental prowess is just as important as athleticism.
Our runners must have the ability to commentate and articulate what is happening
throughout the game.
Rob: Smells like an old show called The Krypton Factor.
Chico: Sounds like "Cha$e"
Chico: Starting on SciFi shortly. November 11.
Gordon: Finally: how would you like to be an It Girl?
The producers of “30 Days” and “Flip That House” along with a Major Network
are searching the country for “HOLLYWOOD’S NEXT IT GIRL” in Reality Television.
Seeking: Beautiful, outgoing, social savvy women between 21-32 years old who are
exceptionally attractive and have BIG personalities. Are you a very attractive
and ultra confident woman who doesn't take crap from anyone?? Have you always
gotten what you want because of your great looks? Is one of your favorite movies
Mean Girls? Are other girls always jealous of you and your looks? Are you proud
of being one tough Bitch? If you are any or ALL of the above, then we want to
Rob: Ugh. I hate these type of shows.
Gordon: Now we see all the people who are just... 'It'
Chico: As in "tag, you're...a media ho." *plays "Pimpin' All Over the World*
this week's Hodometer, David Cook's Album comes out on November 18, Trey Farley
gets to host Cha$e, Jeff Foxworthy animates a NASCAR Series...Bono sells shirts
with Survivor, Lindsey Lohan will be on the premiere of Lifetime's Project
Runway, and Monty Hall says that Canadians are more interested in American
Politics. you agree, Don?
Don: Pretty much, yeah. Even though we have an election of our own in just a few
Chico: Any mudslinging or eye gouging?
Don: I've only seen 1 attack ad up here. Aired multiple times, of course.
Chris Daughtry guest stars on CSI:NY, and AGT shows up with their final 5
acts: Queen Emily, Eli Mattson, Nothin' But Stringz, Neal E. Boyd and Donald
Gordon: However, None of them are the Hoes of the week.
Chico: Who's our man, G?
Gordon: Not man. Couple. Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga get engaged.
Rob: Nice to them.
Gordon: You know Hudson from American Idol. you may also know Otunga...as 'Punk'
from I Love New York 2, two of Rob Seidelman's faaaaavorite shows.
Gordon: And those...are your hoes.
Chico: And finally, let's Go Global.
to the UK this week, as Richard Hammond of Top Gear was tapped to host their
version of Wipeout.
Chico: Since redubbed "Total Wipeout". Due to their version of the
16-words-and-a-subject "Wipeout" lasting longer than ours did. Considerably
Gordon: And our version didn't come close to sniffing primetime.
Chico: Wasn't that bad, though..
Gordon: I liked it.
Chico: Just didn't last that long.
Gordon: True. And that's BrainVision. Shut it down
Chico: Shutting it down. Still to come, a game submitted by... ONE OF YOU!
Don: Sounds like fun.
Chico: But first.. we point fingers and have fun doing it.
Gordon: This is WLTI. Give us 22 minutes, we'll give you a bloody Octagon
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