The show is on blogging and how it is changing the dynamics of the election. It concentrates on the Madrid-Wilson race because of Mario Burgo's uploaded video of the entire Congregation Albert debate. Domrzlski's premise is that Madrid didn't want the entire video to be shown.
Of course I said, "Yes! I'd love to be on the program." But I wasn't easy. I had conditions.
- No on-camera lip-locks with other male panel members.
- Burgos was not allowed to chew on those damn red Twizzlers everytime I was speaking.
- Everyone had to wear subdued colors except me...I got to wear my Mango polo shirt.
I cannot imagine a more unlikely couple to host a show than Dennis Domrzalski and Nicole Brady. He looks like he got dressed in a camper out in the parking lot, while she...well, let's just say there must be a full-length mirror somewhere in her house.
When The Artist Ken Saville heard that I was going to be on a show with Nicole Brady, he sat straight up and said softly, "You know, she does that thing with her lips..." And I didn't think he even watched TV.
Mario Burgos, meanwhile, noted that he and I looked our parts. He did look very Republican: power suit, white shirt, gold tie. I should have asked if that tie was real gold.
And poor Johnny_Mango. Just a polo shirt. Sandals.
And it's orange, the shirt, bright orange.