Sunday, September 13, 2009

Memo

To the people who stand (or jump and wave) outside windows behind news people:



Being on TV isn't that awesome.

8 comments:

jed said...

yeah, give it up for sugar ray! (am i right, lance?)

but seriously, being on TV is awesome. one afternoon in malta, me and josh dunn wandered into the frame of a period drama being shot in front of the valletta city gates no less than 7 times. some dude in full medieval getup was totally upstaged by those creepy religious american kids with black name tags.

Teachinfourth said...

Is that you in the background, J?

I would brag and say that I was an extra for HSMIII and during the 'interviews' of the cast for DVD extras, Disney Channel junk, or whatever, I intentionally wandered by a few times - of course, I didn't look at the camera, but just happened to be there.

I know...lame.

Kim said...

You crack me up! Especially because going to the Today Show is on my Bucket List. :) But I promise not to hold a sign up while they are interviewing...just during the weather. I have to represent Ohio!!!

jayniemoon said...

Kim:
Going on the Today show is totally fine--even holding up signs. Jed and I just crack up at the people (especially in our hometown news channel) who stand outside the studio during the newscast behind a window waving and jumping. So there we are listening to a tragic news story and watching a whole bunch of clowns trying to get on TV. My real question is: who was the brains behind putting a window right behind the anchors?

Anonymous said...

Sugar Ray is HOT!

don't tell Lance

Kim said...

haha Jayne, what I kindof forgot to mention is that being on TV during the today show is on my bucket list...holding a sign that says "I dropped anchor in Vermilion, OH". I am cracking up because Kevin just read this and walked away shaking his head with shame. He thinks I am nuts! I promise I only will do it during the weather though. ;)

c jane said...

I was on the Today Show once.

talia said...

Can we make a rule, mass media? Can we make a rule? That you don't use the word "cougar" any more unless you're talking about mountain lions? Yeah. Thanks.