Gordon: This is Gordon Pepper, and I have an image that pretty much
summarizes this week.
Jason: That's about right.
Chico: Yeah, I'd believe that.
Rob: Exactly so.
Lee: I would have went for a crying Jennings, but that's good too.
Jason: Regis called me asking for money.
Lee: Can I borrow $5, Jason?
Jason: I don't have $5.
Gordon: And that's the theme of the week, kids
Chico: I was one of the lucky ones. My 403(B) only lost $300.
Jason: My 401(k) is a 1(k).
Gordon: I have a 401 (p)
Chico: Turns out that everyone was a loser... so it's only fair that we talk
about winners, that said... from somewhere in a nearly bankrupt America... WLTI...
Chico: Hello friends, I'm Chico Alexander alongside Gordon Pepper...
Gordon: Hey there. We have our group which will hopefully give you some comedy
in an otherwise craptastic week. From Brooklyn, where they already make fake
money print plates, Mr. Jason Block.
Jason: In this crappy economy, this is the place where cupcakes cost $20...and
people were buying them by the fist load.
Chico: Yep. I remember you calling me about that. On the other end of the
spectrum, one of the New Yorkers making the fake money print plates... Lee
Lee: I'm Lee DiGeorge, and I endorse this check... I mean message.
Gordon: From Canada, where the looneys have gone looney, Mr. Don Harpwood
Don: Don't remind me about the Canadian Dollar, please...
Gordon: And finally, in Seattle, where they won't be affected because their
currency is coffee beans, Mr. Rob Seidelman.
Rob: And even there, we're experiencing a crunch because about 10 out of like
50,000 starbucks are gone.
Gordon: Oh no!
Lee: THE HORROR!
Jason: Caffeine Bailout!
Chico: Where will Chico get his overpriced coffee now?
Rob: And you know how much Seattle loves their starbucks across the street
from a starbucks.
Chico: You could just go to the other 49,990 ones.
Lee: OH THE HUMANITY!
Jason: I am more of a Dunkin Donuts coffee guy myself.
Chico: I'll take... well, anything. :-) I'm a coffee whore.
Lee: I grind my own.
Chico: Okay, a lot of stuff to get to, so we'll start with more people who're
losing a lot of money. But not because of poor investment, but because of poor
Gordon: And we start with the biggest person in game show history - one Kenneth
Jason: 2nd biggest. Brad Rutter is the biggest :)
Gordon: That was before Friday. Now he's the biggest, thanks to his $500,000
win. Jennings jumps over Rutter in the cash department.
Chico: He could've gone for it all, but he wasn't about to.
Gordon: Which is a shame...because he knew the answer.
Chico: Yep. Shall I punch up the question?
Gordon: Please do
Chico: Okay, the Million Dollar Subject is 5th Grade Social Studies. Here's the
US President John Adams was a member of what political party at the time of
Rob: I think he was a Whig.
Don: When I saw this, I had no clue.
Jason: The Democratic-Republicans
Chico: Okay, Rob... Gordon and Lee also said Whig. Which would be true... BUT
the question said "at the time of his election".
Chico: So the correct answer would've been... FEDERALIST.
Chico: And KenJen KNEW this.
Lee: Did KenJen use any cheats throughout the game?
Chico: Yep. He peeked once.
Jason: So he gets $500K for which Charity?
Chico: The Dylan Jennings Treehouse Fund :-)
Chico: As in "Dylan gets a treehouse if I pass $25,000."
Jason: You know what...he might need that :)
Chico: He might. That brings his all time total for four game shows to... drumroll, please...
Chico: $2,522,700 on Jeopardy!...$500,000 on Ultimate Jeopardy....$500,000 on
Fifth Grader...$100,000 on Grand Slam....and $714.29 on 1 vs. 100...for a Grand
Jason: That is...a boatload of money.
Rob: Blows Rutter away.
Chico: By about $200,000 or $300,000.
Gordon: So that makes him #1. Of course, for equal time, they'll have to invite
Brad Rutter on.
Chico: There we go.
Jason: Plus the money he made from appearances and all that.
Gordon: Now you can't win that much on Bingo America, but that's where we go to
next as we do a review on Season #2.
Chico: Yep. Bingo's back America...
Jason: and it's an improvement.
Chico: In some ways, yes.
Gordon: Improvement? (X)
Chico: In others... not so much.
Gordon: First of all, start with...THE GOOD.
Lee: I do like Karn.
Chico: Karn, by virtue of the fact that he's following Patrick Duffy, is an
improvement. But that's like saying I like a slap in the face over a kick in the
Lee: I take Karn over Ribiero.
Gordon: It is an improvement. Also improved...sort of...the bonus game, where
it's no longer pick a pair. At least they do something around a Bingo Board.
Chico: It's been said of every great game show that there's an element of risk.
Jason: The bonus round makes sense.
Rob: Oh, yes. The bonus game is the biggest improvement.
Chico: Explanation. People choose a number in each row. If they avoid the
Wrecking Ball...they get to either keep the money they built up in thir bonus
bank OR play for $100,000 by launching a superball.
Gordon: If the Superball matches any of the 5 numbers you've called out, you win
$100,000. That's a 1/15 or a 6.5% shot.
Rob: It kinda reminds me of the old-school Barry & Enright bonus rounds. Make
it through before hitting the bad guy.
Chico: Reminds me of a combination of a B&E bonus game and the final game of
Gordon: And now...The Bad. #1...They didn't change the things that were broken.
Mainly the main game. #2...Music. Bad.
Rob: THE MUSIC!
Chico: God, the music. Whoever thought random synth hits increased drama needs
to be shot.
Gordon: #3. Richard Karn...is Richard Karn.
Chico: #4. I'm convinced that Diane Mizota's a game show cooler. Diane is the
Rob: The chick who did Filter on G4 years ago.
Chico: And Your Place or Mine over the summer.
Jason: and Trading Spaces: Boys v. Girls.
Gordon: #5. The bonus game, while improved over season #1, still blows chunks.
Rob: I think Gordon has it in for Barry/Enright style end games.
Chico: How does it blow chunks?
Gordon: What does it have to do with Bingo?
Jason: It doesn't.
Chico: The board... and that's it.
Gordon: Exactly. Keep the theme. If you're smart, make them call out numbers
which leads to a bingo, with only one safe path. THAT would be better. Do
SOMEthing with the theme.
Lee: Why can't we make this a blockbusters like endgame?
Rob: Or maybe something like the Trump Card Bonus Game.
Gordon: That would be better.
Rob: With the $100k Super Ball.
Jason: Agreed. Lee has it right.
Lee: Make them answer trivia questions to get 5 in a row.
Chico: I miss Trump card... really I do.
Gordon: And then if they get across, those numbers are used for the Superball if
they want to go on. Instead, we're calling off numbers on a board. Whoopie.
Lee: Right. :-) If they get 3 wrong answers, the game ends.
Rob: No, give them 45 seconds. That's more fairer than 3 strikes.
Gordon: There. in 15 seconds, we created a better bonus game.
Don: That would definitely make things more interesting.
Chico: And here we are, unemployed by GSN. Go figure.
Lee: If you're playing trivia in round 1, you should be playing trivia in the
Gordon: At least the Barry/Enright games had good bonus rounds.
Chico: The bottom line... GSN isn't going to win any converts with season 2 of
Gordon: Not that way. And giving $25 to audience members does absolutely
Rob: You forgot the Home Game
Chico: $25 AND a copy of the Bingo America DVD game.
Gordon: Ooooh. D+.
Lee: C-, It's just more of the same, and Karn can't save it.
Rob: I actually enjoy watching Bingo America. It's lighthearted enough and I
admit to being a fan of Richard Karn. I will be watching. For those reasons,
sans crappy new music B-
Gordon: There's always one in the bunch.
Don: C-. It did seem a bit more tolerable to me, but if something better was on,
I'd watch... something better.
Gordon: Like Jeopardy?
Gordon: We have our first Tournament of Champions threat this week. Here to tell
us about it, our Jeopardy recapper, Mr. Chico.
Gordon: Tell us about our $90,000+ champ this week.
Chico: Okay, we start with a grad student by the name of Erik Nelson. By the
time he was knocked out by another guy named Jim Davis (no relation to Lasagna
Cat's creator), he had won $96,404 in four games. That's including the $2000 he
"won" by coming in second Wednesday.
Rob: Good solid haul all around.
Chico: Oh yeah. Lost it on this Final...Gents, get your whiteboards out.
Chico: The category is EPIC MOVIES.
Chico: The clue...
An actress named Martha Scott played Charlton Heston's mother in both of these
Chico: Now I will tell you that I got this right on the money, so I suspect that
Jim's win came more because he had the lead going in.
Rob: What is Ben Hur and The Ten Commandments?
Don: When I watched, I could only think of 2 Charlton Heston movies; The Ten
Commandments and Planet of the Apes.
Jason: What is Ben Hur and the Ten Commandments?
Lee: What is The Ten Commandments and Ben Hur.
Gordon: What is Equus and Oedipus Rex?
Chico: Gordon, you're obviously wrong.
Gordon: I was thinking that's how Charlton got involved with guns. Wouldn't you
be if your mom was in those movies?
Jason: You suck, G. :)
Gordon: Though if it weas Jason's mom, the movies would be Psycho and Friday the
Jason: I would like it if my mom was Betsy Palmer!!!!!!
Gordon: Betsy's a babe.
Chico: ... Yep. Anyhoo, Don... you're half right. Everyone else... right on the
money. So Jim Davis beats Erik Nelson and lasts two days.
Gordon: Which is 1 day longer than what most champs who unseat long running
Chico: We'll see Erik in Vegas, that's for sure.
Jason: Oh yeah.
Gordon: Sure will. What's his chances?
Jason: He may have a shot at it.
Rob: Right now, about 25 percent.
Gordon: I think he's out in the first round. Too many good champs from last
season, if they are in it.
Chico: I'd say so, yeah. And, as usual, Erik, if you're reading this, contact
us. We'd like to get the info on what was going through your head.
Gordon: We don't know what's going through Misty May Treanor's head, but we do
know what went through her ankle this past week. A scalpel.
Chico: I personally believe that the sound of Misty's ankle snapping was
digitally enhanced. Because you know me... I don't believe anything on reality
Gordon: It probably was. But what wasn't was her being carted off and leaving
Dancing With The Stars, due to injury.
Chico: The result, Rocco DiSpirito, who was in the bottom... gets a saver. But
only for this week.
Jason: She was a potential winner...no?
Gordon: Nope. I don't think she was a potential winner. I do think she wouldn't
have left any time in the near future.
Chico: She was definitely a contender. I wouldn't've been surprised if she went
all the way. But to go out like she did... that's just... wow.
Gordon: I would have. But now she's gone. The panel at the beginning said that
Warren Sapp, Lance Bass and Susan Lucci were your top 3. Anyone changing their
Jason: I am not.
Lee: I'm sold on the 3 of them.
Don: I'm not changing my mind.
Gordon: I agree. And if I'm Brooke Burke, I better not give a bad performance.
Lee: It's time to face the hole.
Chico: Wrong Brooke.
Lee: It doesn't even matter :-)
Jason: No it doesn't :)
Lee: See. (highfive Jason)
Jason: Both hot. Both interchangeable.
Gordon: We go from Dancing to Swimming. Survivor's new tribes get interchanged.
Chico: And it all started with a popularity contest... ironically.
Jason: Rate your Tribe or something like that.
Chico: Marcus and Matty were named the best tribesmates of their respective
tribes. So they were named captains... And the last person picked... Sugar... was sent to Exile... AGAIN.
Jason: So she took comfort this time right?
Rob: Yes, because she already has an idol.
Chico: Really had no other choice. She had the Idol.
Gordon: I disagree with all of you. I hate to say this...but Sugar made a
horribly wrong choice.
Chico: You mean AGAIN, G?
Jason: Go on, G.
Gordon: How many times have we seen more than 1 hidden immunity idol?
Rob: Couple of times.
Jason: At least twice.
Chico: Quite a bit.
Gordon: If I have 1 immunity idol, and I'm at Exile Island. I go see if there's
another one hidden.
Jason: Gordon makes a brilliant bit of sense.
Chico: Oh yeah.
Don: Makes sense.
Gordon: Because NO ONE would have any idea.
Chico: Why be immune when you can border on godlike?
Gordon: Exactly. And what am I giving up? Fruit? Whoopie.
Chico: Hey.. that's good fruit. Hell, if I were her, I'd still not tell anyone
about the first one!
Gordon: Maybe that was the problem. It got fermented and Sugar got drunk from the
Gordon: The only thing that matters in this game is your survival. Period. If
she had 2, she could play one and have Ace play one and then tilt the power of
the game on a Blindside.
Jason: Sugar would have been a GODDESS if she had two.
Gordon: And you'd be a hidden goddess. Now lets go back to the game for a sec. On old Kota, the clique in power
was Marcus, Charlie, Corinne, Bob and Jacqui.
Gordon: Jacqui gets to the other tribe all by herself.
Chico: Instant target.
Gordon: Without her alliance. Ken actually does a smart thing in the game and
realizes that Kelly is part of old Kota's outcast group. Kelly does a smart thing
and Flips to Fang, willing to sell out Jacqui, Ace and Sugar. Bye bye, Jacqui.
Lee: bye bye :-)
Rob: So, down and out she goes.
Chico: That was an easy decision. If I was Sugar, I'd be prepared to use the
Idol at any time.
Rob: And now Ace and Sugar next week are together again.
Gordon: Now if Im Fang and I lose again, I sandbag my 5 votes between Ace and
Sugar to smoke out the Hidden Idol. 2 to Sugar, 3 to Ace.
Jason: Ace and Sugar are now on Fang?
Jason: Oh wow.
Rob: Sugar will be sent to the team that lost the immunity Challenge aka
Gordon: Fang is - Ace, Sugar, Kelly, GC, Crystal, Ken, Matty
Chico: Kota is... everyone else.
Gordon: If Kelly is smart and stays allied with Fang, then they can go 3-2-2 on
the votes and get rid of the Idol and/or Sugar, with the worst case scenario
being a 2-2 ties and a revote, which would get rid of the person not covered by
Chico: But that's a couple of weeks down the line.
Gordon: Could be next week, depending. Unfortunately for the Old Fang, you have
Marcus, Corinne, Charlie and Bob as a full alliance
Chico: Good luck, newbies.
Gordon: Dan, Randy and Susie are the Old Fang there. Randy proved himself on the
immunity challenge. Dan is strong. If the Kota alliance sees Jacqui gone, they
know they need another person to make 5 in their alliance. They can do 1 of 2
things: #1. Pull in Ace and Sugar or #2. Pull in Randy and Dan.
Rob: I'd pull in Randy and Dan
Chico: They'll have to get another swing from somewhere.... I'm thinking they
pull in Randy & Dan. Get rid of Ace and/or Sugar easier that way.
Gordon: Randy and Dan would be the key, because then they could knock out Old
Fang as well. But we'll see if they are smart enough to figure it out next week.
Meanwhile...I'm sad, Chico.
Chico: Aww... you need a hug?
Gordon: I do.
Jason: GORDON NEEDS A HUG!
Chico: Why are you sad now?
Gordon: And here's why. Let's go to October 8th. Wheel of Fortune.
Gordon: Cassandra hits the Million Dollar Wedge. She goes into the bonus round
with it. And I'm thinking, oooh, we could have a million dollar winner. And now
I'm really thinking this after she gets the bonus puzzle right. Here is said
bonus puzzle. It's a thing
C H A R _ S _ A
Chico: That's easy. CHARISMA.
Chico: Cassandra the contestant has a shot at the Million. Something two others
before her didn't have.
Gordon: And I'm thinking...Ohh, this could be a Million Dollar
Winner....but...according to the WOF press release, the 'Magical Moment'
happens October 14th. Which means...she doesn't win it...And she doesn't.
Jason: Hold on a second...May I make a crazy suggestion?
Lee: I love crazy suggestions.
Jason: Everyone is thinking that's its a Million Dollar Win, right? What
if...it's a Million Dollar Loss?
Gordon: I don't think WOF would be trumpeting a loss.
Jason: But it is history making. The person hits the wedge and doesn't win.
Chico: That'd be.. wretching.
Lee: from a historical standpoint..
Gordon: I dont remember DOND trumpeting that history would be made when we got
our first penny winner.
Jason: Thats true.
Gordon: But they went nuts when we had our first $1,000,000* winner.
Lee: Has Sony gone "nuts" with WOF?
Jason: One press release isn't nuts.
Gordon: No, but I dont remember Wheel of Fortune sending out a press release
for any 'in-show event' before.
Lee: they are trying to drum up viewership to the million dollar wedge any way
they can, so a magic moment is absolutely plausible.
Chico: Truth is, it's unneeded.
Gordon: The hamsters made up some wedges, too. They have the 'Newspaper lining'
wedge. They have Mystery Poo wedges. I'm steering clear of that one.
Chico: Okay, Gordon, hit me.
Gordon: And the mystery bonus round puzzle is 'Roll That Beautiful Brain
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... You Greenlit THAT?!
This week, the green light is pointed eastward, as ABC has signed up for a
second season of "I Survived a Japanese Game Show". Tony and Rome will be back
Jason: Summer of Japanese love.
Lee: The ratings were decent enough, I guess.
Chico: If ABC had any brains in their estrogen charged heads, they'd pair it
Rob: They probably will.
Jason: They will
Don: I wouldn't doubt that.
Gordon: They sure will.
Chico: Seemed to work well last summer. Meanwhile, while we're talking about
In the Business End, TBS, the Japanese network, has sued Endemol, suggesting
that Wipeout is a copy of Takeshi's Castle, Sasuke and Kunoichi.
Lee: ...which it is.
Jason: It kind of is.
Chico: ... yeah.
Jason: They have a real good shot at this one.
Don: I like the show, but honestly, it seemed kinda hard not to see that coming.
Chico: Never mind that people like us have compared the show, as good as it is,
to Japanese obstacle course shows of the past.
Jason: Remember when Spike and MXC put up comparison videos on YouTube this past
summer. This has been brewing since Wipeout's premiere.
Chico: To its benefit, Endemol did have THIS to say... Big Board, please...
Going back to July, David Goldberg said...
"Bits and pieces of ĎWipeoutí may be reminiscent of Japanese game shows, but
itís not based on that, and it wasnít the inspiration"
Chico: Know what I say on that...If it sounds like a duck..And it looks like a
duck...And it fraternizes with known ducks...
Gordon: You got yourself a duck.
Jason: Which goes great with Orange Sauce. And is about to be cooked by TBS.
Lee: hmmm. (runs to the fridge)
Chico: While Lee gets a bite, we get the datebook.
Lee: Wow. times are tough. stringcheese and a juice box.
Rob: I got granola.
Gordon: I'm here with the datebook. Do you want brains or brawn?
Jason: I got a rock, but Brains will do.
Chico: I'll take brains.
Don: Brains sounds good.
If you want Brains, then GSN has something for you. Now you can call in with
questions to stump Ken Jennings. People who are successful win a rolling Jackpot
that starts at $1,000 and increases by $1,000 for every time it's not hit.
Jason: Oh man!
Don: Sounds cool.
Gordon: It's Called 'Stump The Master' and it premieres on October 31st on GSN
Rob: It does sound cool.
Chico: Very much
Lee: Ken, who was G.W. Bush's 3rd grade teacher?
Jason: And what was his home address?
Gordon: G.W. Bush had a 3rd grade teacher?
Gordon: If you prefer Brawn, and no brains...
Then check out Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling on October 18.
Jason: AH! No.
Rob: *rubs hands*
Jason: Rob...don't get any ideas
Chico: I take it Rob's gonna watch.
Lee: YOU GREENLIT THAT?
Rob: Ok, this was originally a show done in the UK in 2003 done by Roddy
Piper. It was a colossal flop.
Don: Celebrities wrestling??? Pass.
Rob: But, because I do a wrestling show, I am going to watch it and just
going to bash it all over.
Chico: I expect you to draw blood in your write up, sir.
Gordon: And after watching THAT, I'm sure we're all going to want to get Fully
Chico: Okay, friends... this *holds up Blackberry* is a cell phone. It's not
But I can play the Feud on it thanks to Glu Mobile.
Lee: I bought it.
Jason: You did? How is it?
Lee: I can give a review, if you desire.
Chico: Quick review?
Chico: Family Feud mobile. Go.
FAMILY FEUD 2009 - Mobiles
Lee: Gameplay is true to the show.. You buzz in, and pick answers from a LONG
list of multiple choice answers. The wrong answers are a bit over the top. Bonus
game is new, and very cool. You can choose to go first or second...and the
computer goes the other one. So, if you don't trust the computer, you can go
second. Drawback: No career mode. One and done game. no stat tracking. Grade: B
Chico: Thank you, Lee. Next?
Gordon: We do have some smart juice.
Chico: Smart juice!
Gordon: And its yummy. Are You Smarter Than...
Roy Rudolphin, who on the Syndicated version of Deal or No Deal, selects Tameka
to open her case. There's one problem. This is SYNDICATED Deal or No Deal. The
contestants have the cases. Tameka doesn't have a case. Not only does Tameka not
have a case, she's not even on the stage.
Gordon: She's hanging out with Patricia by the Deal Wheel.
Jason: Oh boy.
Chico: What did Roy end up with?
Gordon: To add to it, Roy had this:
PENNY, $5, $5,000, $100,000.
Jason: See ya!
Don: I'd deal.
Rob: I'm hitting the bright button.
Lee: I wouldn't.
Chico: Not necessarily.
Lee: I'd No Deal
Chico: Play another see what happens.
Gordon: Roy plays another. He sees $100,000 go away.
Lee: YAY ROY!
Gordon: He leaves with $1,900. Inside his case - the $5,000.
Rob: Once again, if you play proper strategy, you walk away with 5 figures
instead of a low 4 figures.
Lee: it was a 2/3 chance of leaving with 25k Risk 12 to win 10.
Rob: You don't do that.
Chico: Yeah.. don't want to do that
Gordon: And a special Are You Smarter Than to the team of Rock of Love Hoes
Ambre, Destiney and Jessica, who beat Pumkin, Buckwild and Saaphyri in Hole In
The Wall by a score of...1-0.
Lee: I love those trailer park trash girls. I really do.
Jason: Me too.
Chico: Why the hell is that show still on the air?
Gordon: (shrugs) Who wants some Haterade?
Chico: I do!
Jason: I do.
Gordon: We got 2 shots.
Lee: Gordon loves Haterade.
Gordon: Shot #1....
America's Toughest Jobs moves from Friday to Saturday. We all know what's going
to happen now, don't we?
Chico: And Augustus is a fan of both.
Gordon: We haven't seen him for awhile. I wanted him to get some exercise.
Rob: Fun times.
Gordon: The second glass. A while ago, we talked about Jennifer Hudson getting
engaged to David Otunga, aka Punk on I Love New York.
Gordon: Needless to say, New York had some thoughts on this engagement.
Lee: Oh god.
Don: Oh boy...
Chico: Oh dear.
"He's really loving being Mr. Jennifer Hudson. I think he's loving the lavish
things she brings to his life, he's seeing the world due to Jennifer's success,"
Pollard told In Touch Weekly in a Wednesday report. "[But] can you love this
person if they lose all of this tomorrow? [Hudson] needs to find out. I just
hope people are marrying each other for the right reasons...When we were in
Miami together, he didn't even try anything [on me]!" she told In Touch. "Maybe
I wasn't his type, maybe I wasn't big enough for him....It's a mixed match, it
won't work," she told In Touch. "He'll be in her shadow like Al Reynolds was to
Star Jones, like Stedman Graham is to Oprah."
Rob: Bitter, party of one, bitter.
Chico: What Rob said.
Lee: wow. Sour grapes.
Gordon: I think New York needs a vacation. Where's a good place to send her,
Gordon: What's in China today?
Rob: Besides garbage from the 2008 Olympics.
China's the latest country to get its own version of "Are You Smarter Than a 5th
Grader?" They call it "Is It Really Kids Stuff?"
Rob: That doesn't sound like half bad.
Jason: Let's see what happens.
Chico: It's 5th Grader. You can't go wrong with that.
Gordon: What about 5th grade Media Hoes?
Chico: I knew a few. =p
Rob: I think I'll leave that alone.
Chico: *plays "Pimpin' All Over the World"* What, they were hoes in
5th Grade... and so was I. In 5th grade, that is.
Gordon: But first, we have a red casting couch
Chico: Gotcha covered.
SEEKING GORGEOUS, CHARISMATIC, SINGLE MEN & WOMEN FOR NBC!!! NBC and Ryan
Seacrest Productions are looking for men and women, who are 21-30 and looking
SINGLE WOMEN 21-30: Ladies, are you gorgeous, outgoing and ready to find your
SINGLE MEN 21-30: Guys, are you ready to find the girl of your dreams? Do you
have a mother who is actively vocal about the women you date? Would she be
willing to help you find the right woman to settle down with? Are you a Momma's
Boy and want to let your mom play matchmaker? If interested, please submit the
*Single Men- Please include a photo of you and your mother together
*Include a Short Bio about your occupation and & tell us about yourself & past
* MUST INCLUDE Contact Info: Name, phone number, email address, age, city, and
state CASTING PRODUCERS WILL BE IN NEW YORK INTERVIEWING OCT. 6-15!!! Email us
to set up an interview!
Gordon: 3 guesses for what show this is for.
Rob: So, this is the Momma's Boys show we've been hearing about.
Gordon: I believe that would be the one, yes.
Chico: Heh. Let's say you're not a momma's boy... but you're a shark.
Gordon: Oooh. I wanna be a shark.
Chico: One of our favorite shows around here is Dragons' Den on BBCA... Mark
Burnett's working on the pilot for the US version, "Shark Tank".
Email a brief paragraph containing only NON-CONFIDENTIAL and NON-PROPRIETARY
information about yourself and your idea along with contact info and a recent
Rob: Dragons Den has been a success in many places, such as England, Japan,
and most recently Canada. It's being shot for ABC, and it's being done by Burnett.
Lee: I think it will be successful.
Rob: I don't. I am very worried about this.
Jason: You know what. I am not.
Chico: It just might work.
Lee: I'm willing to watch the show...
Jason: I think this can be good.
Rob: It takes the right Dragons/Sharks and a good solid setting for it to
Gordon: Maybe you prefer bat heads to sharks. Perhaps you'd prefer to hang out
with an Osbourne...
The Osbournes are returning to TV with a brand-new comedy/variety show for FOX
and we're currently looking for several different types of folks for different
segments! One of the show's segments involves having folks NOMINATE their
friends who have hilarious secrets, are funny karaoke performers, or who were
absolute TERRORS in elementary school. The show is totally fun and upbeat, not
at all mean-spirited and humiliating! Here are some examples of what we're
-Funny confessions (i.e. someone who trashed their parents' house with a party
as a teen and blamed it on robbers AND the parents still don't know to this
-Funny dating or Ex stories (i.e. threw up on one of their dates, got a funny
revenge on an ex, etc.)-People who tortured their teachers when they were
younger by shooting spitballs, acting up in class, etc.
-Embarrassing stories-Hilarious karaoke performers-Funny arrests
-People who still have all of their old clothes from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
-Someone who is OBSESSED WITH A CELEBRITY
We're looking for you to NOMINATE any and all friends you have that you think
would be great for this show. Everyone has that one wild and crazy friend with
stories that are made for TV.
Lee: I dated a girl from FANatic. :-)
Rob: Which one?
Gordon: Hedda Lettuce :D
Gordon: I got one more.
Chico: Well make it a quick one.
The LMI Group a Los Angeles based Marketing and Entertainment Company is
currently casting Bartenders, Waiters, VIP Host, Waitress, Promoters, Go-Go
Dancers for a new reality TV pilot presentation.
Must be available for a period of 30-60 days and must be able to live away from
home and be able to live with others. Contestants will compete in weekly
competitions for a grand prize of $125,000.00
Females & Males ages 21-35.
For your consideration please respond to this posting and be sure to include 1-
Head Shot, 1-Full Body Shot, Bio and your contact information (i.e. Name, Email,
and Telephone Number) and what position you are applying for.
Reply to this ad or email all submissions to email@example.com
Gordon: I feel with the economy the way that it is, they may get a lot of
responses for this one.
Chico: Think so?
Jason: No Kidding
Gordon: And now, for the hoes...
In this week's media Ho Report, we have more Dancing With The Stars injuries, ad
both Derek Hough and Brooke Burke get injured (they'll be ok, though). Paris
Bennett gets a baby girl, while Shannon Elizabeth moves in with Derek
Hough...Omarosa works on a dating show with Donald Trump, Mark Burnett takes on
'This is Your Life', Alex Trebek secretly tapes clues in Canada...Rock of Love
2's Daisy De La Hoya gets her own show, while Jacquie Berg, Lauren Brie, and
Anthony and Stephanie all get the boot.
Gordon: But none of them are the Hoes of the week.
Gordon: Plural, they are...Dennis Rodman, Scott Hamilton, Brian McKnight, Clint
Black, Jesse James, Andrew 'Dice' Clay, Tom Green and Herschel Walker.
Jason: Ah yes. Them :)
Chico: Ah, the MEN of the Celebrity Apprentice. The ones who sold you a cupcake.
Jason: a $20 Cupcake.
Gordon: Here's your men's team on the Celebrity Apprentice, Season 2. And they
want to give you their cupcakes...for $20 a pop.
Chico: You guys ever tell them who you were?
Gordon: ...no, since I wanna be on TV :D
Jason: Not with the crowd of at least 200 that was there, no. It was a madhouse.
Gordon: There was definitely a crowd there - and a line.
Gordon: And a lot of people bought cupcakes. We also got a pic with autographs.
Jason: A lot of money went to charity this week. Let's hope Khloe stays on
Gordon: So she can give us an advertisement to another place that they won't be
Gordon: And those...are your hoes.
Chico: Okay. Brainvision's done and over with.
Gordon: When we come back, we talk about not so charitable excursions and
decisions for your charity as WLTI continues.
Chico: This is WLTI... give us $22.... please.
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