Love to Interrupt
The DiGeorge Files
A more-than-intentional homage to
"Pardon the Interruption" among others, We Love to Interrupt
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June 28, 2004
We are back here with WLTI, and we are up to the 20
Questions segment of the show. The guest of honor is new
writer Aldo Villalona.
Chico: Say Hi, Aldo.
Aldo: Hello everyone. How you guys doing?
Chico: Well, you know how this goes. 20
questions, ten each. Yeah. Hey, we'll ask the questions
around here, buddy :-) How YOU doin? :-)
Aldo: Very tired. But I'll live.
Chico: That's cool, that's cool. Gordon, you want
to start it off?
Gordon: So are we ready with the questions?
Aldo: I'm ready.
Gordon: I'd like to start us off here. 1. What
are your favorite shows on right now?
Aldo: Sportscenter, Survivor, and Outback Jack,
yeah I know it just started lol
Chico: 2) What show would you see yourself on?
Aldo: Survivor, most of the people are wussies.
Chico: Can't argue with that.
Gordon: 3. You, on the other hand, are from the
Bronx. How does it feel to represent and what insights
do you think you can bring as someone who doesn't fit
the white bread crowd?
Aldo: Its great to see things from a different
point of view, simply from area and ethnicity. People
always wonder how Hispanics feel toward certain subjects
and its fun giving my side of it
Chico: 4) Example. Joe Millionaire. In one or two
Aldo: Love seeing people getting duped, too bad
the minorities dont usually make the cut to see their
reaction at the end -- lol.
Chico: You know it's bad when they parody it on
Gordon: 5. How far do you think the African
American woman is going on Outback Jack?
Aldo: I'm hoping deep, according to him she might
be the favorite but time will tell
Chico: 6. Why do you think the "favorites" always
lose out in the end?
Aldo: When one person is the favorite, all the
others step up their game to beat that person
Chico: Makes sense.
Gordon: 7. What were your favorite shows growing
up? Game shows, I mean.
Aldo: Price is right, wheel of fortune, and
Chico: 8) How do you think the shows this summer
Aldo: They've got a lot of stuff I'm watching,
Outback Jack , WSOP 2004, and this guy Ken destroying
Jeopardy, lots of good stuff and stories
Gordon: 9. Would you spend $25,000 to enter the
World Seres of Poker?
Aldo: If I had that type of money yes, one of the
few sports that allows amateurs to enter and play with
the best. Also, amateurs have faired pretty well of
Chico: 10) You're covering Extreme Dodgeball.
What teams are Your favorites?
Aldo: The jockeys of course, have to root for the
little guys. I also like the corporate, real cocky lots
of character on that team they are pretty entertaining
Gordon: 11. If you were to meet one game show
host or contestant, who would you want to meet?
Aldo: I would love to meet Bob Barker. I've watch
TPIR for over 20 years and it was my grandmothers
favorite show so the show and Bob have a lot of
Chico: 12) What's the first game show, primetime
or otherwise, you remember watching?
Aldo: I remember being 4 years old and watching
The Price is Right with my grandmother.
Gordon: 13. Since you have an affinity for the
show, I assume that you've seen the games. If you were
to get on to the stage, which game would you want to
play and why?
Aldo: I would love to play Plinko, its one of the
oldest games and it is relatively unchanged after all
these year. Besides the opportunity to win a ton of cash
Chico: 14) If you could see one game show return
to TV, what would it be?
Aldo: Lets Make a Deal. That's was a great show
seeing people looking through pockets and purses for
ridiculous items. And i love seeing people lose, giving
up a great prize to get a porcelain dog.
Gordon: Or a stuffed buffalo. Speaking of
stuffed, 15. Do you think the comics chosen for the Last
Comic Standing were fair, or do you think that the
producers stuffed the ballot box?
Aldo: Stuffed like a thanksgiving turkey in my
opinion. 2 of those comics had no reason to have been
chosen. I think Drew and Brett would agree.
Gordon: Who should have been picked? (followup
Aldo: Dan Naturman and Jim Wiggins should have
made it. Jim's thong comment had me crying
Chico: 16) Who are your Top 3 Favorite hosts?
Aldo: Bob Barker, theres a theme here lol, Joe
Rogan cause he actually has eaten some of the nasty
stuff on the show, and Alex Trebek, always seems to have
the right joke and loved him on parodies on Saturday
Gordon: 17. How far is Ken Jennings going?
Aldo: Ken is going to go until Jeopardy secretly
pays him out to throw the match.
Gordon: LOL - You think they'll pull another Quiz
Aldo: I don't think they would considering the
prestige of the show. I think they would have to retire
him eventually. Or wait out the 103rd show when he gets
Chico: lol - 18) Ever try out for a show? Ever
Aldo: Never have. I want to and am planning on
going to The Price is Right when they come to Atlantic
Gordon: Catch it... 19) - What do you think about
Fantasia Barrino winning American Idol 3?
Aldo: I think id rather buy the William Hung CD.
I said it before, this year was like asking you do you
want the electric chair or lethal injection. Either way
Chico: OK - Final question - 20) Anything we left
out or you want to say?
Aldo: Minorities = Ratings
Gordon: LOL - Anything else?
Aldo: It was a pleasure and I hope everyone will
enjoy my future work.
Gordon: Cool - it was a pleasure here too -
Chico: Yeah, man. Stick around. We've got game
time with Take a Side right after this. It's the thing
and we're the guys...
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