Gordon: This is Gordon Pepper, and...oh no. No,
no, no, no, no. Chico!
Chico: I'm awake, what the hell?
Gordon: I though we were going to stay neutral in this get out the vote
Chico: We were. *wears shirt that says 'Vote Or I'll Send the Pepper Loose'*
Jason: *wears shirt - If you don't vote...you can't b***h."
Chico: See? We're totally impartial.
Gordon: Not that. That's fine. What's with these 'Vote for Drew Carey as
President! If he gets elected, he can no longer host The Price is Right!'
Jason: We do need a third party candidate option, though.
Chico: ... Well, it solves two problems, doesn't it?
Gordon: So I guess Drew would be a member of the Green (Screen) party?
Chico: Waa waaaaaaaaa.
Jason: But seriously folks...if you don't vote...you have zippo right to
complain. No matter who you vote for. Do it.
Chico: Meanwhile, we'd like to thank you for electing WLTI your favorite radio
show you'll ever read for an unprecedented sixth year in a row.
Chico: That said...From Somewhere in America, the VOTE OR DIE! edition of WLTI
Gordon: We are joined by the lone game show Republican in Brooklyn, Mr. Jason
Chico: My name is Chico Alexander. That's Gordon Pepper... he's left of center.
Jason's right of center. I'm.... dead center =p
Gordon: Or just dead asleep.
Jason: Which makes this...fair and balanced.
Chico: I dare Fox to sue us.
Gordon: But I know Deal or No Deal's new slogan.
Chico: Can't wait to hear this.
Jason: Me too
Gordon: An * in every suitcase. Because once again, we have another millionaire.
And once again, it's because we have an ungodly number of million dollar cases.
Jason: I have another one...Don't watch any other night...cause we will tell
when to. Over and over again.
Gordon: You sort of knew when they were playing the episodes out of order (we
get 9 before we get to 8) that something was up
Jason: No kidding.
Chico: Anyway, interesting name of this millionaire.. Tomorrow Rodriguez.
Gordon: And the sun will certainly come out tomorrow for her.
Chico: Hey, the order came to pad the show.
Gordon: Well, they padded it alright. So give us the winning board, Chico.
Chico: Here we go. Okay, six cases left...
200 / 300 / 400 / MDC x 3
Jason: You go for it.
Chico: Still have a safety net.
Gordon: Way lowball of an offer. Of course you go.
Chico: Offer's less than mean... NO DEAL. Tomorrow goes for it. Aussie Lisa
300 / 400 / MDC x 3
Jason: Duh...you go!
Gordon: still a lowball. Go go go
Chico: Yep. Ideal offer here would be $600K. But still, no deal. Tomorrow says
no deal...Katie from ANTM has... $400! That leaves $300 and three MDCs.
300 / MDC x 3
Jason: Good grief you have to go!
Chico: This one's still a no-brainer. Still a net.
Gordon: Sure is
Chico: Still a lowball. NO DEAL. Tomorrow goes for it. Former Miami Heat girl
Brooke needs to have the $300 in order for Tomorrow to win tonight. And the
result...$300!!! BOOM! Confetti goes flying, everyone's happy, Tomorrow's a
millionaire*...But this one, you can't help but think it, but her run was a lot
more interesting to watch than the first millionaire.
Jason: No it wasn't. Sorry. It was an *. And * runs aren't as interesting. Why
do you think Deal or No Deal in Daytime is now hitting a 2.0?
Gordon: They aren't interesting. Not when you have 2 buffers. Neither of them
were interesting. You had a sense of feeling cheated.
Chico: I didn't say it was very interesting, just that it was more interesting
than the first one. Especially the banker's reaction. He threw the king of all
hissy fits in his office, throwing stuff.
Gordon: Actually, I felt like throwing stuff. I look at the board and I have a 1
out of 3 chance starting out of winning the million. That to me is NOT a great
accomplishment. He should be throwing stuff at the producers for making him
offer 9 million dollar cases.
Chico: But yeah, even for being more interesting than the first win, it still
felt forced. And people are starting to call NBC on forcing it. The show is
beginning to fade in primetime...If I may... a Big Bored, please...
A Soon to Be Done Deal
- Million Dollar Mission
- It airs too much
- Too... much... Padding!
- Daytime Effect
Chico: This one's called "A Soon to Be Done Deal
(if nothing is done now)" Here's basically a laundry list of things that have
been done to the show's detriment since day 1 of season 4. 1) The Million Dollar
Mission... Obviously. We have a millionaire. That's good. Now let's get back to
the game and cut the BS. But Noooooo. We want another millionaire! And right
outside of sweeps, too... How brainless is that?
Jason: Of course because they think it will spike ratings...not.
Gordon: Maybe we'll have 26 millionaires! Whoopie!
Chico: Don't you just love it?
Jason: Nope. Not at all
Chico: 2) Do we really need DoND as a schedule propper? NBC has yet to cancel a
show...Which is good. But Monday will have a bonus episode where Heroes would
usually be. Huh? Wha?
Jason: And Heroes in trouble too...point being?
Chico: Yeah, but between the primetime show and the day time show... it's just
too much for my poor heart to handle!
Gordon: Maybe for you. For me, it's until ennui sets in. For the record, Monday
is Deal or No Deal's 200th episode at 8pm. At 9pm is a 2 hour SNL Presidential
Bash special. Maybe we'll have ANOTHER million dollar win with 20 Million Dollar
Jason: Because of said election on Tuesday.
Gordon: Yes. But that reeks of November Sweeps desperation and desperation for
current NBC programming chief Ben Silverman to save his job.
Chico: Not to mention current NBC reality chief Craig Plestis.
Jason: And the rumors are flying that they are both out the door sooner than
Chico: They need a fix and soon. Okay, Gordon, #3, please.
Gordon: 3. Excess padding. A 40 minute run was bad enough. Now we're getting
60-90 minutes worth of show, That's way too much padding and it's sleep
Chico: ... yep
Jason: zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzyou were saying?
Chico: Gordon, make sure J's awake.
Gordon: When the show started, NBC's chiefs said that they were going to grow
the show and cultivate it and not run it into the ground. They did...for the
first 2 seasons.
Chico: Then came season 3 and every other episode being a special one. Right
now, I can tell you Friday's show was a special episode... you know why? It had
a normal guy playing a normal board.
Jason: I am shocked.
Gordon: And what happened in said episode?
Chico: Vinny won $50.
Gordon: But it was a good episode because it was unpredictable and you could
Chico: Right on.
Jason: Just like...DAYTIME.
Chico: #4... Daytime effect. You notice that the daytime show is a much simpler
affair? Yeah, how's THAT working out?
Jason: 2.0 ratings. And increasing from week to week.
Gordon: Then last season, Deal Or NO Deal was pressed 3 times a week and thrown
all over the schedule to cover up failing shows instead of building up good
shows. And now, the show is started to fade. Does this sound remotely familiar?
Chico: sounds like a certain show that was on ABC from 1999 to 2002.
Gordon: Sure does, doesn't it?
Chico: Can't think of the name of it to save my life, though =p
Jason: Will they never learn?
Chico: Of course not. You know why? Because the show's dirt cheap to produce.
Gordon: So to answer the question of do networks learn from other networks
mistakes? NO, they don't. Instead of having a decade long flagship show, it's
going to go right into the ground. Again.
Chico: *shakes head*... shame
Jason: Just dumb.
Gordon: Take a page out of FOX's book. American Idol. Regular show. Regular time
slot. #1 for 6 straight years.
Jason: Which they are promoting...NOW, BTW.
Chico: ... Really?
Jason: I saw ads for it on the World Series.
Gordon: And that's what you do. That's how you keep a show at #1.
Chico: Gordon, you're the Idol guy. Did you know this?
Gordon: I did indeed. They are also putting in the ads during football
Chico: That's how you grow a show, isn't it?
Jason: The right tease at the right time. And they need to with the ratings
decline. We are 60 days out approximately. Correct?
Chico: More like 75... give or take a week.
Gordon: Right. And I think between the popularity of Jennifer Hudson, the
re-burst of Jordin Sparks, and the nice sales of both David Cook and David
Archuleta, that Idol will get some of the luster back this season
Chico: It's gonna be a good season... fourth judge or no.
Jason: Cook's album comes out in 2 weeks I believe.
Chico: So the main bullet point of this presentation... Deal or No Deal has
stopped being appointment television.
Gordon: And its the networks fault
Chico: It's not outside redemption, though.
Jason: Of course not. We like the concept of the show...it works in daytime. And
the themes in Daytime work as well. They aren't intrusive. Evian, HP, Halloween,
Chico: While we're talking about redemption...
Gordon: It's time for a redemption song.
(plays "Redemption Song" by Michael McDonald)
Chico: Here we have 11 singers who have talent... but they also have troubles
that kept the world from hearing that talent. Enter Fuse, who offers a second
chance with "Redemption Song".
Jason: And Chris Jericho hosts the show where a Geffen Recording contract is at
Chico: So who do we have playing the Fuse stages? Big Board, please.
In Search of Redemption
- Former drug addict...
- Former stalker...
- Former alcoholic...
- Former runaway...
- Former stripper...
- Et cetera, et cetera...
Jason: May I give a quick musical background of
Chico: Go ahead...
Jason: Chris Jericho, outside of being a WWE wrestler, has fronted a heavy metal
Jason: They have played all over the world and actually have gotten legit
Chico: And not to mention that Chris is himself an experience panelist on BWE.
Chico: Which apparently qualifies him to host a series. He definitely adds
street cred to the show.
Jason: And he is a very smart guy and host/actor.
Gordon: I think Jericho is actually a good fit for the show. It's a bit raw and
edgy - and it's supposed to be,.
Chico: It is. And here's a proof as to how... We have singing for the Y2J... Old
school... heh. A former child actress turned drug addict who cleaned herself up
(who was once homeless)... A former Keytarist for Cobra Starship (the Snakes on
a Plane band) who once stalked the lead singer.
Chico: A former teenage runaway who had to sleep with an agent to get a deal
(she wisely said no) who was also in a near-fatal motorcycle crash... the
daughter of hippies who had a TRO put on her at 13 and has been kicked out of 10
schools.... A tattooed lady who loves bad boys who steal her money...A soldier
by day, and at night she turn stripper...A former party girl...
Jason: Not a Carrie Underwood in the group, huh? LOL
Gordon: More like Carry-on Underthebed
Chico: That gets a bell, G. *ding* And then there's your usual run of the mill
bad attitudes who think the world owes them something. Anyway, onto the show.
you can tell they take this seriously because Chris warns them: you have to be
ready and able to sing at any place and at any time. In fact, they arrive and
five minutes later, they have to sing "I'm Every Woman" by Whitney Houston. Some
of them are pretty damn talented. And it's those people who get into the house
(because the first challenge was for the keys to the house).
Gordon: Some of them are very talented. Some of them aren't and wont be getting
very far. I think it's going to be a dual challenge between talent and willpower
and not wanting to regress back to what they were.
Chico: In one particular case, it'll be VERY hard. (Mixi auditioned s(^_^)faced
drunk), and she wasn't any better in her first challenge either. This is gonna
be a fun show to write... and a good show to watch...
Gordon: It's going to, because I guarantee you that some of the challenges will
be booze or drug related.
Chico: And the people who take this one last chance seriously enough... they're
the ones you're going to root for.
Gordon: Its a different show than I expected. I came into it with the mindset of
flunking it, but I actually was surprised that they took it seriously. I may
like this one. B
Jason: I have one question though...do you think it's exploiting to put booze or
drugs in there? Or do you think that's legit?
Chico: It's going to be legit. It can't afford not to be. Because if it isn't,
then the show fails. As it is right now, you're going to enjoy it. B+ It's just
Jason: See this show is one of the sleeper hits of the year. Jericho is a great
host, the challenges and judging make sense, and the concept works. A-.
Chico: This is a show that's going to put the music first. The drama will come
secondary. So Redemption Song... good. You know what else is good? The Boston
Celtics. Especially their cheerleaders, apparently. Gordon, why don't you
Gordon: We play 'Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader', and our first guest on the
show, Dave Ellis, has 5 Boston Celtic Cheerleaders with him.
Chico: Lucky duck.
Jason: Whoo hoo
Gordon: Lets play along, shall we?
Chico: Okay 3rd Grade World Geography. For $25,000.
Kathmandu is the capital of what country.
Chico: Answers, please.
Chico: One of you is right. I guarantee you it isn't Gordon.
Chico: David guesses Nepal... and he's right.
Gordon: 5th graders had it. Cheerleaders didn't. 1-0. 5th Graders. Next
On December 1st, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat in what US City?
Chico: Montgomery, AL. (Hi, Jason E.)
Jason: Chico is right. Montgomery, Alabama
Gordon: It is Montgomery. David gets it right. The cheerleaders get it right.
The 5th graders get it wrong. 1-1 Next question:
True or False: Pure cork comes from the ocean.
Jason: That's true.
Chico: That's false.
Gordon: One of you is right. And I knew it immediately.
Chico: So did I.
Gordon: It's False. Cork comes from Jason's head....I mean a tree.
Jason: Oh well :)
Chico: I beat the J! champ.
Jason: I am not a trivia robot.
Chico: He'll walk after seeing this...
In what decade was the Herman Melville Novel Moby Dick first published?
Chico: That's what Dave wanted to say... He ends up walking.
Gordon: Only one person gets it right...Stacy, the Celtic partner of David.
Chico: Good on her.
Jason: very good.
Gordon: So if he went for it, he WOULD have been saved by Stacy and won
Chico: But still, $100,000... that's more than what I make in a year.
Gordon: Final Score: Cheerleaders: 2, 5th Graders: 1.
Chico: how about beauty queens?
Gordon: We'll talk about Beauty Queens...later on in the show :)
Chico: Oh dear. What'll we talk about now, daddy?
Gordon: Lets talk about people who will try to win a million dollars by not
answering questions, which is good because they don't have the brain power for
Chico: Is it that bad?
Jason: Sounds like it
Gordon: It's time for our weekly segment called ...MORONS GONE WILD!
Gordon: And it can only happen in our favorite party island called Survivor. One
team actually gets smart. Another one gets very very dumb.
Chico: But both teams are one less.
Gordon: Both teams have to lose a member, as Uncle Jeffy tells them to vote
Jason: Here we go again :)
Gordon: Let's start with Kota, as they do the smart thing here and eject Dan.
Chico: ... Which we knew they would. Because he was ejectable. He hadn't a leg
to stand up on. But seriously, how much fun was that?
Gordon: Dan. Old member of Fang. Doesn't belong to the Onion alliance. Eats a
lot of food. Will be dangerous in individual challenges come merge time. Good
choice to boot out.
Chico: Like I said... not a leg to stand on.
Jason: Not even close.
Gordon: And then there's Fang and Sugar. Big Bored please?
Morons Gone Wild: Episode 2
- Sugar Abandons Ace
- Sugar Is Fine with ONE Idol
- Ace Asks for the Idol
- Sugar Says No
Gordon: How many things did Sugar screw up this
Chico: Where do I begin?!
Gordon: Let us count the ways. 1. Not looking for a possible second idol on
Exile Island. Again.
Chico: #2... obviously the bigger of the two, she decided to abandon the one
person who may save her in a tie situation...and help vote out Ace.
Jason: Say what?
Gordon: That would be correct. Ace manages to get Matty on their side, which
creates a 3-2 majority alliance against Crystal and Ken...except that Sugar also
switches sides to Ken and Crystal.
Chico: Which I personally don't get. But then again... this IS Sugar we're
Gordon: Yes, but her move is set up by another bad move...#3. Ace askng for the
idol. If you have the majority alliance, you don't need to ask for the
idol...unless you're setting up someone to get screwed over.
Chico: Way to play your cards close, Ace.
Gordon: But here's the kicker...#4. Sugar HAD immunity, thanks to Marcus giving
her immunity during the challenge. So she could have given Ace the Idol and
played it so neither of them went home. So there's no way Sugar, who switched
because she thought she could have been blindsided, could have been blindsided.
Jason: The Helmet please
Chico: *hands helmet*
Jason: here we go (RUNS INTO WALL)
Chico: Confused me too... Probably also confused Sugar.
Jason: Much better
Gordon: It was a great strategy by Ken, who properly figured out that Sugar is
as smart as a bag of rocks.
Jason: Don't insult the bag of rocks.
Chico: And being as smart as a bag of rocks, she is easily swayable.
Gordon: So now Sugar has no allies to go to on the way back to Kota - especially
when the rest of Kota figures out that Sugar sold out Ace. The only shot they
have is if she keeps it a secret and she defects to what's left of Fang. Do you
think she'll be that smart?
Jason: I don't think so.
Chico: If she is, I'll eat my hat collection. And that means to say, if she ends
up going the whole nine because of it.
Gordon: So we move from a young batty woman to an old batty woman - who'll have
to fly somewhere else.
Chico: Friends, our long national nightmare is over...Cloris Leachman is gone
from Dancing with the Stars.
Jason: (pops champagne)
Gordon: She was entertaining...in a Sanjaya sort of way.
Jason: (swigs from bottle)
Chico: You have to admit that seeing her get a 15 followed by dead silence...
says a lot
Jason: A whole lot.
Gordon: And she is once again in the bottom with Susan Lucci...but it's Cloris
who leaves us.
Chico: Because the system works.
Gordon: And again, if this was going to be the result, the producers should
never have selected her. I mean she's 82 years old. What did you all expect?
Chico: I was just hoping she didn't die before the finale.
Jason: Oh man.
Gordon: Dancing With the Corpse is not a good selling point.
Chico: Because then (cheap shot coming)... we're stuck with (cheap shot
coming)... a dancer who really shouldn't have been there in the first place :-)
Gordon: And again, I blame the producers for that.
Chico: Easy to do that.
Jason: But if they deserve the blame...we should give it.
Gordon: Sure. Now will we blame the producers of VH1 for their slate of new
Gordon: It's time for...Mini Capsule Reviews!
Chico: Because god forbid they show anything music related
Gordon: We start with Scream Queens. Actresses audition for a role in Saw VI. Is
the show a scream or are you screaming at Jason to change the channel?
Chico: The good news, it's not a spinoff of the Surreal Life.
Jason: Big time.
Chico: The bad news... not serious enough. D+
Gordon: This is Train Wreck television at its finest. You're not going to take
this seriously at all and it's fun. The women are complete and utter airheads
(save 2) and that makes this an entertaining trainwreck. B-.
Chico: Fair enough
Gordon: Next up..Rock of Love, Charm School. Sharon Osbourne takes over this
class of jailbait women that you've seen before from the Rock of Love shows.
Does this do more for you than From G's to Gents?
Chico: Only that much more G. I give it a C.
Gordon: I hate shows like this. You're too refined. you're not refined enough,
you don't need the show. Can we please have some sort of standard? If they are
too refined to be there, it should be the producers fault, not the contestant.
This gets saves by Sharon Osbourne, but barely. D-. Next up - The Pick Up Artist
2. Mystery has a brand new set of Wanna-Be Lotharios. Does this do it for you?
Chico: I'm still old school like that. I don't need to be a wannabe lothario. D.
Gordon: You actually get notes on this. Though you can actually see the winner
of this coming a mile away (hint, it's the attractive one with no physical
issues, because they are more marketable. Just ask Kozmo). D. Finally. Real
Chance at Love. Both Real and Chance play The Bachelor - picking women for them
- or the other one. Is this a real chance at a show for you, Chico?
Chico: There's a Real. There's a Chance. But there's no Real Chance. F
Gordon: At least they had a twist that both men can choose each other's women.
That being said....Yuck. And a new generation of media hoes has been born. F.
Can we Epic Fail this one, daddy?
Chico: Yes we can. You hear that? Yes.... We can.
Jason: Sounds familiar. Been hearing that a lot lately.
Chico: Have you been hearing the sounds of hamster wheels?
Gordon: And now...The Hamsters put together 'A Real Chance at Gerbil Feed'.
Chairman and Gordon Jr. are lining up the hamsters to woo after the affections
of Amanda and hamster and Eve the cat.
Chico: It's a love story.
Gordon: Amanda selects Cooper. Eve selects Hans. The rest of the creatures get
into a fight and throw wood chips at them. Weeee. 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: First up, Gordon?
Gordon: First up - we got some dates. Who wants dates?
Chico: Can we add some brooms to those dates?
Gordon: We can...Sweeps sweeps sweeps!
Jason: OH YEAH! Sweeps stunts!
Chico: Okay, what'chu got?
or No Deal's 200th Episode on Monday. Dancing With the Stars Results show moved
to Wednesday. And most importantly, the elections! Don't forget to vote!
Gordon: As for post-election shows...
Thursday November 6 features 50 Cent's The Money and the Power, which happens
to have been thrust very quickly into that spot held by America's Top Pop Group.
It's almost like MTV didn't expect Top Pop Group to last 4 episodes. Fancy that.
Chico: Really now. Go fig. Okay, we go from shows next week to shows... next
2009 begins, SciFi will have WCG Gamequest on tap.
Chico: And I know you love your video games.
Jason: Big time.
Chico: Should be fun.
Gordon: I hope they do it the right way. We had a Video game challenge series on
USA network a few years back. That...didn't do too good.
Chico: Oh, additional dates...
week of Millionaire has Ken Jennings in the expert seat, and Tom Green's "Go for
the Green" on Planet Green November 8
Gordon: Remember when I said we were going to save Beauty Queens for the later
on in the show?
Chico: Tim Russert Whiteboard?
Gordon: Later...is now.
Chico: Tim Russert Whiteboard.
You Smarter Than...Miss Plus America Pageant Lacreshia Witcher, who gets the
first question in Are You Smarter Than Wrong. She flunks out without answering a
single question right
Chico: The offending question, please.
Gordon: Here it is...in math.
True or False: The sum of the number 768 is 22.
Chico: Duh, false.
Jason: It's 21.
Gordon: 6 + 7 + 8 = 21. Or as I explained it to Lee Di George, (6* 7) + (8+9+10)
= 69 :D
Gordon: Which promptly describes Lacreshia's adding skills. It also describes
Brice's, as he says its true also and Lacreshia leaves the stage, complete in
dress and sash, with nothing.
Chico: Awwww. So who should we drink to this week?
Gordon: I have 4 glasses of Haterade this morning. Perfect for those mornings
when you have to get up an extra hour early for these sort of weekends.
Jason: There you go.
Chico: That's one for each of us, with one left over.
Gordon: Actually, I know where the 4th is going. Augustus!
Chico: That works.
Network, come December 1st, is removing ALL of it's programming for a series of
holiday specials. That is not looking too good for a Network that was prepared
to be an off-shoot of Fox Reality.
Jason: Except for Smackdown of course on Fridays...their HIGHEST RATED SHOW.
Chico: Thanks, CW! :-)
Gordon: Oh, and take The Ex-List with you. That's also on Augustus' Dinner menu.
Chico: Hummus...Because we're trying to make him into a vegetarian.
Gordon: Hummus is tasty. Next glass...We all watched Survivor on Thursday,
Gordon: Did you wonder what that blurred out thing that Jeff Prost was
displaying when voting out Ace was?
It was 'Ace-Hole', courtesy of Sugar.
Jason: Not only is she dumb, she is a potty mouth.
Chico: With brass ones.
Gordon: Maybe he was an Ace-hole. You still can't vote him out yet. Way too
Chico: Oh yeah.
Gordon: Other things that you were wondering. I bet you were wondering where
that Josiah Lemming album is, aren't you? Or why we haven't heard anything about
Gordon: The answer is...is may be used as turkey stuffing.
Jason: Why is that?
According to our good friends over at realitywanted.com, Josiah Leming, in
trashing American Idol on VoteForTheWorst.com, may have trashed his own career.
Simon Fuller's 19 Entertainment is threatening to block the albums release due
to a violation of terms of agreement. Biting the hand that feeds you - bad.
Jason: Bad...very bad.
It's official. David Tennant is OUT as Dr. Who after his 5 hours worth of
specials on BBCone. The new doctor will be on the air in 2010.
Jason: Dude, I saw the new doctor...his name was Chico Alexander
Gordon: I think Chico would be a good new Doctor. I could be The Master and
Jason could be The Rani.
Chico: I'll call my friend Sarah. She'd make a fine companion.
Jason: Since I am not a Who-vian...what is The Rani?
Gordon: SHE was played by soap opera legend Kate O'Mara and was in a few
episodes, as well as co-starring with The Master when they both killed off Colin
Gordon: Is your friend Sarah Jane?
Chico: Sarah Catherine.
Chico: Yeah, what was YOUR Halloween costume?
Gordon: I was The Recession. Complete with fake money and money bag.
Jason: I was gallivanting through Roosevelt Island...playing a Halloween
Gordon: Did you win?
Jason: not even close..it wasn't competitive.
Chico: Ah. Okay, back to business...Who wants to get Fully Loaded?
Jason: Hic me!
thing coming in 2009.... Press Your Luck: the video game!
Jason: Oh hell yes!
Chico: Hot off the heels of the successful launch of TPIR and Hell's Kitchen,
Ubisoft, Ludia, and FremantleMedia are prepping "Press Your Luck" for a release
Jason: That is going to be balls to the wall awesome.
Chico: Oh yeah.
Gordon: Please tell me it's coming for the mac
Chico: It's coming for the PC, iPod, iPhone, and consoles. Nothing on the Mac
yet, I'm afraid.
Chico: See what happens when you sell your Wii...
Gordon: Grrr. Lets talk about dancing and a red couch
you think you dance and you're in the NYC area? Then audition for the show!
So You Think You Can Dance's fifth season will begin on Thursday, November 13 at
New York City's Mark Morris Dance Center, which is located at 3 Lafayette Ave.
in Brooklyn. Registration will begin at 8 am at the venue.
MAKE SURE you are available for the next few days after that for call backs.
Jason: The summer smash is back. Not bad at all.
Chico: Maybe you don't want to dance... maybe you want to date Antonio Sabato
Why? I don't know, but here's the address.
Single women over 21 only, please.
Gordon: Anyways, lets have some Media Hoes, shall we?
Chico: Sure, why not.
Chico: (*plays "Pimpin' All Over the World"*)
this week's Hodometer, Brian McDowell of Season 5 of The Apprentice gets booted
from the World Series after being too rowdy, Gordon Ramsay moves to Dubai to
promote a new restaurant, and Carol Volderman may have to seel her house at 50%
of the asking price...Roger Muir and Lou Dorfsman both pass...
Regis Philbin plays at the Caesar's Windsor, Coleen Fowler shares some of her
DOND winnings with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Tom Green goes for Planet
Gordon: But none of them are the hoes of the week.
Jason: Who gets the cup this week?
Gordon: We give the cup this week...to a family.
Chico: Oh dear.
Jason: Oh no.
Chico: A family?
The Brady Bunch. Greg, Bobby, Jan and Cindy Brady will all be captaining
America's Team on Trivial Pursuit - and then will play against each other for
charity. Did we mention that this is happening during November sweeps?
Chico: Will it help out in the ratings... My bet is on... NO.
Jason: Nope won't help.
Gordon: Yep. November 10th And those...are your hoes.
Chico: And finally, let's go Global.
going to the UK... because we're getting the run of season 1 of Gladiators on
BBC America. The good news.... well, it's Gladiators.
Chico: The bad news.. they're taking on the 2008 version.
Jason: Oh no.
Chico: Meaning, less events... more spacing. And a long Eliminator
Gordon: Waa waaaaaa
Chico: But still, it's a good watch. I just wish it were more like.. I don't
know... the 90s version
Gordon: And That's Brainvision. Shut it down.
Jason: (shutting down)
Gordon: When we cme back, we abose some lists and abuse some candidates.
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