GSN's Beat The Chefs Casting Director Interview:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDQiOdBHUVc
Nice to see that patnvanna83 is keeping track of my faux tweets. He's recycled several of them to these boards lately, including the one with the old 1970s photo of Let's Make a Deal contestant wannabes. Anyhoo, my faux tweet about the Beat the Chefs casting call...UPDATE TIME* GSN's Beat The Chefs Casting Director Interview:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDQiOdBHUVc enjoy!
The casting crew for GSN's Beat the Chefs chats about contestants they want. They're seeking "great home cooks" and describe the project as a game show.
By the way, you've got to check the faux tweets regularly, or you'll miss them. The tweets generally last three or four days at the most on the blog before they scroll off into the Internet Hereafter. I don't keep them around anywhere, and once they're gone, they're gone. (Well, not really. You could probably find them on some Internet archive site somewhere. Nothing really vanishes on the Internet.)
Faux tweets on the blog right now (June 3) include a brief obit for a Screen Test writer (remember Don Adams' weird game show?), an interview with Wayne Brady where he semi-disses Let's Make a Deal but tells a really touching story about the show, a National Spelling Bee contestant who wanted to "buy a vowel," the anniversary of the start of Ken Jennings' Jeopardy romp, and other game show bits and pieces.
If you're wondering, almost all the items for the faux tweets come from Google News. It's fun hunting down the news stories. But I did get the Family Feud Hatfield and McCoy item from our very own TheKid965. Thanks, Kid! And I got the idea for the faux tweets from Game Show Newsnet's "Lightning Round" lists of brief items. Only that site covers a lot of (gasp!) reality shows.
Never sued anybody and I'm not gonna start now. Hey, it's fine if you recycle the faux tweets over here. Nice to know somebody's reading the blog.i apologize if this bother's you in anyway, shape, or form, i hope i don't get sued for doing this (LOL!) but seriously don't sue me.
also CaseyAbell, kudos to you kind sir for not tkaing this situation to court.