is Gordon Pepper, and...down zombie. DOWN!
Chico: Augustus! Behave yourself!
Travis: *Groan*...BRAINS!!!...*shamble shamble*
Chico: Here. Chomp on this. *throws a red door*
Travis: om nom nom...
Gordon: Augustus will be getting some air time on this show.
Rob: I don't doubt that.
Jason: Neither do I.
Gordon: But we have a very exciting show planned for today
Chico: You could call it the most perfectest show EVER.
Gordon: With the lowest of lows and the highest of highs
Chico: No, really. You could.
Gordon: If you discount the lack of grammar, sure.
Chico: But still, most perfectest show ever... because from somewhere in
America... WLTI... is... ON!
Jason: WHOO HOO!
Rob: Let's do this.
Chico: Let's do this indeed.
Gordon: Gordon and Chico here, and we'll do this with our panel. Starting with
our perfectionist in Brooklyn, Mr. Jason Block.
Chico: Next, our perfectionist in Tacoma, Rob Seidelman
Rob: You can call me Mr. Perfect. How are you guys today?
Chico: We're good. And finally, happy to have him back...
Gordon: From Plinko-ville, the site of a possible perfection, Mr. Travis Schario
Travis: Hidey-ho, mortals! Go Rays!
Travis: Glad to be back, gentlemen.
Chico: Good day to talk perfection, but first, we have some not so perfect news
to pass along... Jack Narz, legend and host of such favorites as Now You See It
and Concentration, died this week.
Gordon: He was a game show legend of the past generation and his legacy will be
Jason: A legend. Plain and simple.
Chico: A legend indeed.
Jason: He hosted no less than 8 shows.
Travis: One of the true Masters of Ceremonies.
Rob: Started in the early days of TV, and ended his run with his brother Tom
Kennedy on a memorable week of Password Plus.
Jason: The thing is...that Now You See It was only on for one season...but it is
a great show.
Chico: Unfortunately, it's a bit tainted with the stigma of Dotto, but it's
nothing that he couldn't overcome. And he was all the better for it.
Jason: He was cleared from the "Dotto" scandal...and survived.
Chico: And he went on to host some of his best work... Seven Keys...
Concentration... Now You See It... Beat the Clock. All in all, not a bad career.
And not a bad person.
Gordon: He was very gracious. Both him and his brother Tom Kennedy were very
gracious and professional at the Game Show Congress.
Jason: He was a very cool guy from the times I talked to him at GSC
Chico: You know, I really feel bad for Tom Kennedy... and Doe Narz...
Jason: And the kids and grandkids.
Chico: So here's to Jack Narz, a true legend... A moment, please...
Gordon: Thank you
Chico: Now onto lighter topics... Big week in TPIR, was it?
Jason: 1st Anniversary of Drew's takeover.
Travis: Kinda makes me crave cake.
Rob: Yup, and also we find out the models can talk.
Jason: Sort of
Travis: (Lanisha)THE MODELS CAN TALK!!(/Lanisha)
Chico: HEY! So we have an anniversary... We find out the models can talk (some
more than others.) We have a Double Showcase Win. And the first perfect show of
the new season.
Chico: Good week.
Rob: Very good week.
Travis: ...with a new on-screen graphic for the DSW, btw.
Chico: True. Let's start with the obvious. 1) Anniversary. It was a good year...
then it started all over again and we got a mixed result.
Travis: ...to say the least.
Chico: And honestly... I couldn't point one single finger at one single person
for it all. Me, I think there's enough blame to go around.
Jason: I can...
Gordon: I can, too (points finger at Jason)
Chico: Not at Jason, G.
Jason: And you aren't going to like me for this. Drew Carey. Now before you get
Travis: *takes aim at Brooklyn*...
Jason: May I explain?
Chico: Do explain.
Jason: Here's the deal. I am not faulting the fact that he is making it HIS
show. But there are two things that really drive me nuts. Number one and most
importantly: He STILL doesn't know the rules of the games and more importantly
doesn't care that he doesn't know. He gives the appearance of not knowing.
Travis: *taking notes*...
Jason: Not caring about not knowing.
Chico: That is the truth fact.
Rob: That's true.
Jason: and #2, I don't like the funny entrances. The free-form showcases are
damn cool. The Models can talk. And there are times when he looks like he got
his suit from the Men's Wearhouse down the street. His suits don't fit well. He
is funny...but the scales are tipping towards it being too self-centered.
Travis: Mr. Schieffer, may I respond?
Chico: Two minutes, Senator.
Travis: Thank you. Senator Block raised some very valid points. I do agree with
the Showcases being more fun than previously, and I do agree with the suits not
fitting well. I will disagree with the entrances. I believe that him changing up
his entrances every day adds a few seconds of variety to the beginning of the
show. Not to mention, there is precedent for it. In the early years, Bob changed
up every once in a while from a casual stroll to a casual jog...then the past
15-20 years was the double punch then out.
Chico: I'm going to have to side with Travis here. I mean, remember Gene
Rayburn? He had a weird entrance every day. But as for the suits, I'm hoping he
discovers that before it's too late. It was a bit charming at the first year,
but the second year has the capacity to get a little bit ... annoying?
Travis: And my final point about his knowledge of the rules: That boils down to
Drew's reign-puller being fired on July 3rd.
Jason: Mr. Schario. that's a bit misleading...
Travis: There is now no one on that stage or staff that has the cojones to tell
Drew how to do something because it should be done one way.
Rob: What about Fingers? Doesn't she have some sort of power to reign in Drew.
Travis: Not still being 3rd in command. She was only 2nd in command for a
week...then in walked Mike Richards.
Chico: That's got to count for something, though. She's still higher on the
totem than Drew is. And I've known Fingers to intervene ONCE... over the last
four weeks, just ONCE.
Gordon: Ok. here're my thoughts on the matter.
Chico: And now, here's Gordon with the peanut gallery's thoughts on the matter
Gordon: Thank you, Mr. Schieffer. I think when Roger was dismissed from the
show, it because a complete change in direction in the way of Drew Carey.
Gordon: And I think, based on what we've seen of the show and what we've heard
from Drew (for example, that he's writing the showcases), that he may have had a
greater hand in this upheaval than previously thought. So I'm looking at this
from the side of 'Is Drew better for The Price is Right?"
Gordon: Plusses: The Showcases are definitely more fun and creative. And the
people who complain that it's the end of the world need to get unstuffy and get
used to change.
Travis: ...and we're seeing more of Rich on camera. Always a plus!
Travis: (Yes, I'm biased. Shut up.)
Gordon: Rich Fields having to find items for a showcase and Drew betting him
$100 to get through a tongue-twister showcase was hysterical.
Chico: And "The Models Can Talk!" Yes Rachel, that IS great.
Travis: (Lanisha)...you know the rest.
Jason: Which was a big old middle finger to Bob if you ask me.
Rob: And Rich having to do 3 different things while reading the prizes for the
Travis: I have that Showcase on my iPod. The sign-off was great that day. I, for
once, agree with Gordon.
Gordon: The bad - and this is VERY bad - not only Drew not knowing the rules,
but Drew treating the contestants like second class citizens and giving off the
impression that he doesn't care if they win the games. One thing Drew very much
lacks is the poise and the sense of the games, not to mention the build up. Drew
Carey needs to watch some old Bob Barker clips and get the pacing down.
Chico: Drew needs to get it through his head that the contestants are the stars.
They are the epicenter of his universe, not the other way round.
Rob: That's right. If he doesn't, then the show will fail. Bob knew this. Tom
Kennedy knew this. Heck, even Doug Davidson knew this.
Jason: Drew knew this in season 1 of his run, for some reason he has forgotten
it this year so far.
Chico: So to sum up: creative changes are good... but Drew needs to recapture
some of that magic from the year past. Or else, the show fails.
Travis: And...I hope everyone is sitting...I don't believe the show makes it
past 37...at least on CBS.
Gordon: He doesn't have to be Bob Barker. He does need to get the point on how
to be an emcee. I think it may get past 37 - but not with Drew Carey at the helm
if he keeps this up.
Travis: Yes, the creative changes are good, but every point that Gordon made is
not only prevalent, but blatantly obvious...even to the untrained eye. Not to
mention, some of the "die-hards" over at GR are jumping ship...not just off the
board, but off the show itself.
Gordon: it is obvious. I love Drew as much as the next guy, but it seems that
Drew would be better writing the show instead of hosting it.
Travis: I will agree with you there.
Rob: Yup. Gordon's right and which made me not like the American Whose Line as
much. Drew seems to be a comedian first and a host second. I don't think he can
Chico: Well, I've found some of the people over at GR.net a bit... toolish?
That's just me, though.
Gordon: I don't think they are toolish. I think that they are upset because they
see past what the common eye sees. They have come to the same conclusion that we
have - and they are expressing their vote by not watching the show. When you see
someone taking 35 years of quality product and tweaking it in the way that you
don't want to see tweaked, you're going to have a nasty reaction to it. I
absolutely don't find it toolish. That's their way of expressing themselves.
Travis: Might I also add another point to my argument?
Chico: Another point...
Travis: If I recall correctly from the turmoil that happened back on Black
Friday, it was the EP that wanted to make it more Drew's show...not just Drew.
Chico: Sounds familiar. So it seems like it's a top-down trickle of "there's
something going on here."
Jason: You mean Syd Vinnedge
Travis: I don't name names, but yes.
Gordon: I don't think it was just the EP.
Chico: Which validates my own point... that there's enough blame to go around.
Jason: And to add on--phone game...good move or bad move?
Gordon: Don't get me started on the add-on phone game.
Chico: Phone game... non-intrusive. I just ffwd past it.
Travis: Phone game? More like a Lucky Case Game. Seems like they're trying to be
more like current game shows instead of their own beast. I don't much care for
it. It's crap, but I think that has nothing to do with Drew.
Gordon: That's just the economics of 'We have to get interactive, too'
Travis: ...which they don't.
Rob: Well, the old Price is Right with Bill Cullen did this. They would have a
prize and the home audience would make a bid and the closest of the ones
selected would get the prize.
Travis: Not with the phone game. They have to be on the nose, and those who are
on the nose, the winner is picked randomly from them.
Chico: Still, it's non-intrusive and therefore inconsequential. As for this past
week, we had a nice little run there...
Rob: Very nice run.
Travis: Finally had a show that was greater than 3/6...a Perfect Show
(unannounced, come to think of it).
Jason: You mean no spoilers? I am shocked.
Chico: Wow. Didn't even think about that.
Rob: And a Double Showcase Win, without Spoilers.
Chico: Again, didn't even think about that. Let's start with the perfect show...
Big Board me!
Perfection... Part One
- Switch? Win!
- 3 Strikes: Win!
- Cliffhangers: Win!
- Squeeze Play: Win!
- Grocery Game: Win!
- That's Too Much! Win!
Chico: This one is called "Perfection... Part 1." First up, Recumbent bike for
$2400. Pool table for $1399. STAY or SWITCH?
Chico: Switch... is right! Next, $2_,___ in 3 Strikes. Numbers: 4, 5, 6, 8.
Chico: Right! I feel like Wario Ware
Chico: Next, Cliffhangers with alarm clock, veggie peeler/masher, and buffet
Rob: 25, 35, 45
Jason: 25, 35, 45
Travis: Actually, 25-32-50
Chico: Correct, Travis.. BUT we can only take your first guess. =p
Gordon: So 25-35-69 is a win :)
Chico: ...Yes. Yes it is. Everyone's still alive. Squeeze Play for Jamaica:
Chico: 7! You guys are good. Grocery Game... ... no real way to do this except
to say that the player won. Sorry, kids.
dChico: Finally, That's Too Much! for a Ford Mustang. $15,981...
Travis: THAT'S TOO MUCH!
Rob: THAT'S TOO MUCH!
Gordon: I'D LIKE TO PASS MY SPINS TO CHICO
Travis: *smacks Gordon*
Gordon: ...THAT'S TOO MUCH
Chico: That's more like it. Price... $21,525! That IS too much! All six players
win their prize. You lot... get nothing. Waa waaaaa.
Travis: Oh, you smell.
Rob: Not even a used copy of the video game?
Chico: Fine. Used copy of the video game... that was thoroughly... used.
Travis: Yeah...the 1988 Gametek edition, right?
Chico: That was never released.
Chico: You people are hard to please.
Gordon: Chico's going to give you all a copy on October 32nd
Travis: Sweet...that's the third Tuesday next week!
Chico: Sure it is. Anywho, that's not all... Since you all did SO WELL! I'm so
proud... we go to Monday's Showcases. Showcase #1... kitchen with range,
fridge/freezer & dishwasher, living room with carpeting, and sailboat.
Rob: Of course.
Jason: Knew that was coming.
Travis: *bow chicka WOW wow*
Chico: BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ! You're all over. Raegan Hanne bid $17,800. The price:
$17,929. With a difference of $129, she won BOTH Showcases.
Travis: *CLANG CLANG CLANG*
Chico: She won in Showcase #2, a karaoke, an iMac, and a 2009 Ford Fusion, in
additiion to all of her prizes, that brings her total to $49,832. Not bad. Not
bad at all.
Jason: Not bad.
Travis: Cheers to Raegan.
Chico: I can give Raegan one of these....
The Price Is Right
Chico: .... but we had someone ELSE take home all the money. Folks... here's the
puzzle that gave away a million dollars on Wheel of Fortune... It's Around the
L E A _ _
_ A _ C E T
Chico: Ten seconds. Talk it out.
Rob: LEAKY FAUCET
Gordon: Leaky Faucet
Jason: Um...I watched this. LEAKY FAUCET.
Travis: L E A F Y S A U C E T
Chico: Correct, J.... I don't know what a saucet is, let alone a leafy one. But
Jason... please explain what happens next.
Jason: Well, after picking up the Million Dollar Wedge in the very first spin of
the game... and holding onto it the entire game.... and winning the
game...Michelle Loewenstein becomes the first $1M winner in Wheel History. She
leaves with $1,026,08 in cash and trip to Hawaii!
Travis: Cheers to Michelle for completing the inconceivable.
Jason: In an interview I did with her this week, she is taking $660K up front.
Chico: Taxes are female canines.
Jason: Pretty much.
Travis: Don't most of us know it.
Jason: Which means she will take home, after all of the taxes are taken out,
about $400K. Still not a bad payday.
Gordon: I think that deserves an MVP, don't you?
Chico: Oh yeah.
Wheel of Fortune
Jason: But seriously though...she played a masterful game.
Chico: Amazingly masterful.
Jason: When you have the wedge from moment one...you have to change the way you
Gordon: She played a great game. That being said...expect this to happen at
least one or two more times this season.
Chico: I can see it happening.
Jason: Me too.
Travis: Before this season, I thought it was too far a longshot...but since
someone's broken the ice, it'll happen again.
Rob: It's possible.
Jason: And BTW...a very nice young lady. She just came back from her
honeymoon...and 4 days later...millionaire.
Gordon: I didn't think it was a longshot at all. I think I called it happening 2
or 3 times this season. Well, that's #1.
Chico: When's #2, then?
Gordon: Let's see...we got sweeps coming up soon...Michelle's episode tapes
August 8, 2008. That means they had more than enough time to switch the schedule
around - especially if they had more than one winner.
Chico: So schedule fixing... And I'm hoping no more letters from Sony.
Gordon: If I'm the coordinator of WOF, I'd do it, and I send out more letters,
Chico: Way to take away some of the suspense.
Gordon: Just like TP:AP should have sent out a letter saying that we had a
Chico: I doubt it would've resulted in more viewers, but let's see what happened
with Danny Lee this week on TP:AP. Now he started out slow at first, with Matt
Gilbert sweeping round 1. But then this Danny, a man who dressed up as a blue
wedge for Halloween, got his three and never let up. On this particular day, Hot
Pursuit questions were worth $1000 (meaning that they air out of order, I'm
Rob: All of the eps are out of order.
Chico: So Danny goes on to face America... and virtually sweeps the board
Jason: Very nice.
Rob: And since there's questions left, he actually gets a chance to double his
Chico: So he gets another question, which would've been for $4000 in Movie
Musicals, for double or nothing... here's Christina from Houston...
"What blonde actress played the role of Roxie Hart in the film 'Chicago'?"
Jason: Locks in answer
Travis: Aw, frick.
Rob: *locks in*
Gordon: (locks it in)
Chico: Answers, please.
Jason: I happen to have the DVD...Renee Zellweger.
Rob: Renee Zellweger
Gordon: ...Busty Heart.
Chico: No, that's in the porno version.
Rob: Starring Jenna Jameson and Bella Donna no less.
Chico: But it IS Renee Zellweger, and Danny wins $23,300.
Chico: Nice little ching there.
Travis: Holy Mazola.
Jason: Thats a lot of cash.
Chico: You want a lot of cash... Try $100,000 and a new car... and a spread in a
major magazine. It's Project Runway. Tell'em about it, G.
Gordon: For the first time in the show's history, we had an all-female final.
Kenley, Korto, and Leanne make it to the finals, and Leanne wins $100,000.
Chico: And I break out a third trophy.
Jason: and the new wheels.
Gordon: No surprises here. She was one of the best consistent contestants during
the show's run.
Chico: So you saw that one coming, then.
Gordon: I did. And she deserved it. The ratings, by the way - the most watched
show...ever in the history of the series.
Jason: Even with little or no promotion?
Gordon: Even with little or no promotion. The original and the repeat combined
for 7.2 million viewers.
Jason: Wow. Huge numbers for Bravo.
Chico: Nice. So the big question now... what happens next?
Jason: Still in the hands of the courts as of now.
Gordon: Which is why it may be back on BRAVO for season 6, or if it isn't, it
may not be seen for awhile
Chico: Last I heard, the earliest would be NEXT summer.
Gordon: And here come the hamsters wearing this week's fashions. Here's Gordon
Jr., wearing a dollar bill around his waist. He calls it, 'Wall Street meets
Gordon: And next is The Chairman, wearing a bathing cap...and nothing else. He
calls it 'Bald and Sexy'.
Gordon: And finally it's Cheeseball, wearing a fortune cookie wrapper that says
'Roll That Beautiful Brain Footage' on it.
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, with the news, it's Gordon.
Gordon: I've got a Datebook.
Four shows this week. Scream Queens and Real Chance at Love on October 20, Rock
and a Hard Place, Season 2 on October 21, and Stylista on October 22.
Gordon: That would be 'Real' and 'Chance' from 'I Love New York" (FAIL) and 'I
Love Money' (FAIL) as they try to find love (FAIL). By the way. I Love Money, is
the highest ranked show in the current slate on VH1, which is why you're going
to be seeing the spinoffs of all of those characters, whether you like it or
Chico: That's a Failburger with a side of fried fail.
Chico: It's on MONDAY instead of Sunday?
Gordon: I Love New York used to be on Mondays, so its a good fit.
Chico: Ah. K. Am I the only one tired of these celebreality dating shows?
Jason: NO! I am with you.
Gordon: ...if people keep watching, Networks keep making.
Chico: Granted, they make VH1 a lot of money... but I'm damn tired of it.
Gordon: Besides, who doesn't love watching uneducated people humiliating
themselves on TV in hopes of a career?
Rob: I really hate these shows.
Chico: That's what the Feud is for. Speaking of which, another calendar entry if
Not so much a premiere, but a programming note: starting Monday, Telefutura's
games (Dame la Pista and Que Dice la Gente) move to noon ET.
Jason: That's not a good sign is it?
Gordon: No. Esta muy malo.
Chico: Well, I'm not jumping out of my seat if that's what you're asking.
Jason: Well I remember when Trato Hecho went to Sat.
Chico: In RERUNS. That was... umm.. that was bad.
Jason: And Vas or No Vas went up against Sabado Gigante.
Chico: That was even WORSE
Gordon: ANY time a show goes from a prime-time slot to a non prime-time slot,
it's bad news.
Chico: Needless to say, the move from Marco to Omar... A failburger with a side
of fail fries... and a failshake.
Chico: Or, what I call... a CRAPPY meal.
Gordon: I wonder what's going through first season host Marco Antonio Regil's
mind right now.
Chico: "Told ya." Next up, a happier... meal. Greenlight time.
Mark Burnett has been given the go-ahead to produce "RouLetter", a game based
upon letters on a wheel. The pilot will be shot in South America, much in the
same manner as "Wipeout" was shot there on an international stage for it.
Gordon: No word though if Burnett is getting sued by Japan for stealing an Asian
Chico: Ba DUM bum.
Travis: Ba dum tish, even.
Chico: Tip the veal, try your waitress. I got one more...
20Q also greenlit for pilot by Endemol. The show, being based on the pocket toy.
Travis: I feel I need to add something in about 20Q.
Chico: Add away.
Travis: Back in August, when I moved back to Ohio, I had to take my cable
equipment back to the Time Warner office in Los Angeles. Across the street from
the TWC office was a sign that read "20Q CONTESTANTS" with an arrow pointing
down the block. Mr. Matt Martin can corroborate that story. The TWC office is at
900 North Cahuenga...the arrow was pointing down the block. Not sure where the
studio was, but we saw a sign for it two months before it was formally greenlit.
Chico: Wow... lots of planning over at Cahuenga. =p. Okay, now to Gordon for the
Gordon: Report coming...now...
Are YOU Smarter Than...Mark and Bill, the self-described 'smartest team' in the
Amazing Race...who eliminate themselves by not reading a clue.
Gordon: They are supposed to walk to the next clue. They take a taxi instead and
get penalized 30 minutes - and those 30 minutes lead to their dismissal.
Chico: So Heather & Eve... congratulations... you're officially off the hook.
Gordon: They have company in the suckpool. Now who wants some suck juice?
Rob: I think I need some.
Chico: Okay, Suck juice, please.
Rob: My burger is dry.
Gordon: Would you like some gore with the burger, Rob?
Rob: What are you suggesting?
Gordon: I'm suggesting that this could add to the taste.
Gordon: And why is Augustus here for Haterade?
Chico: Let me guess... Opportunity Knocks?
ABC yanks the show off the air, another victim of the Game Show Zombie Stripper.
Rob: No wonder this tastes of Unan1mous.
Jason: Hey Gordon!
Gordon: Hey Jason!
Jason: How many episodes did you say this show would run?
Gordon: Let's have a flashback...
Jason: (oooh the colors)
Travis: Deedly doo...Deedly doo...Deedly doo...Deedly doo...
Gordon: I give the over / under on this show at 3 episodes. Flush.
(End of Flashback)
Gordon: Hey Chico!
Chico: Yyyyes Gordon?
Gordon: How many episodes did the show run?
Chico: I believe we had ... three.
Travis: *CLANG CLANG CLANG CLANG...whoop Whoop WHOOOOP!!*
Chico: There was the September 23... The September 30. And then this week's
show. The last two being preempted by... other things.
Gordon: Thank you. Thank you. no applause needed. Just send cash.
Rob: What about the Moment of Truth Card Game?
Gordon: Sure. I'll accept it. And now JD Roth has some extra time to get fully
Chico: Okay, gang... how would you like to Be the Banker?
Jason: Sure. Bail me out!
Rob: ME !
Well, EA Mobile is releasing a new version of Deal or No Deal (the UK version),
with a Be the Banker mode.
Jason: Cool beans
Rob: Sounds quite awesome.
Chico: Oh yeah. If it were me, I'd go on the average, but every so often, I'd
offer something like £6.
Chico: Like let's say Gordon was playing... and he finished round 1. And he did
something colossal like insult my mother, God rest her soul.
Gordon: Your mother liked Mike Fleiss shows.
Chico: You suck! His offer... $3.
Jason: Cold in here.
Rob: Oy Vey.
Chico: Next up, how about we do some casting...
Rob: Sounds fine by me.
vLast week, we reported on the coming of Daisy of Love, starring Daisy de la Hoya
of Rock of Love.
Now VH1's looking for bad boys who love bad girls...
Travis: I'm a bad boy. I'm a very bad boy.
Chico: That's what SHE Said!
Rob: Didn't we see this already in I Love New York 1 and 2?
Chico: Yep. Sure did.
Auditions will be held in the following cities:
New York / New Jersey
Gordon: Travis is a bad boy. Let's send Travis's application over
Chico: There's the address... You want to send Trav's app, be my guest. =p
Because he's a bad boy like that.
Travis: Wait...hang on... I'm bad...but not stupid.
Chico: .... Ah. They'd never take you then. You have to be stupid.
Gordon: But he could be entertaining.
Chico: And speaking of... *plays "Pimpin' All Over the World"*
In this week's Media Ho Report, Richard Hatch's appeal gets denied, which means
he's in jail for another year, while Nikki McKibbin blames Simon Cowell for
spiraling her addiction to drugs.
Rob: She's to blame for getting addicted in the first place.
Chico: I'm with Rob on that one.
Paul Rodriguez hosts a poker game show, Howard Schultz comes up with 'Desperate
Measures', Jeff Foxworthy will open up an Alabama restaurant, 50 Cent launches
The Money and The Power for MTV, Vicki Lawrence plays in Wisconsin, and David
Cook releases Cover Art for his new album to drop on November 18.
Gordon: But none of them are the hoes of the week.
Jason: Who are the hoes
Gordon: The hoes are..Trista and Ryan Sutter, who will soon be delivering baby
Ho #2. Isn't that great, Chico?
Travis: That's how they made the baby.
Chico: *bows* Lead into that MASTERFULLY. Now finally, let's go to Afghanistan.
Travis: Do I have to? It's so hot and terrorist-y
The good news... Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? is heading to Afghanistan. The
bad news... the top money is.... $20,200.
Jason: $1M Afghani...not much
Gordon: So what if it's only $20,000 US? I'll take an extra $20,000.
Chico: You could earn that doing two-thirds of what is required over there.
Okay, that's Brainvision. Shut it down..
Jason: shutting down
Gordon: When we come back, we go through bad things which come in 3's
Chico: And... a world premiere game.
Rob: Wow, another new game? The developers are working overtime this season.
Chico: This is WLTI. Give us $22,000... we'll give you the world.
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