Originally published on Sun June 8, 2014 4:49 am
Originally published on Thu October 24, 2013 9:37 am
OPHIRA EISENBERG, HOST:
Let's welcome our next two contestants, Jess Banks and Paul Reyburn.
EISENBERG: Paul, you're an actor and director?
PAUL REYBURN: Yes.
EISENBERG: And you were once in the "Full Monty." Did you go full monty?
REYBURN: We certainly did.
EISENBERG: All right.
EISENBERG: How was it?
EISENBERG: And Jess, interesting job, a game publisher.
Joining us now are Susan Herder and Kelly Guncheon.
EISENBERG: Hello, Susan.
SUSAN HERDER: Hi.
EISENBERG: You work helping teachers adapt new technology.
HERDER: I do.
EISENBERG: Is it like helping them post on their students' Facebook walls or what's going on here?
HERDER: No, we don't quite go that far. Not yet.
EISENBERG: Oh, that's too advanced.
Onstage right now we have Katie Sisneros and Zach Wilson.
EISENBERG: Katie, Zach, you know James Bond had all these cool gadgets like a hydro car and a pen that shoots poison darts. So, Katie, you're studying to be an English teacher.
KATIE SISNEROS: Yes, you got it.
EISENBERG: What neat gadget, if you were a spy, would you like to have in your repertoire?
And we have our first two contestants, Nate Metcalf and Collette Smith.
EISENBERG: Nate, you are an actor and a playwright.
NATE METCALF: I work for a company that does theater for children. We go into elementary schools and do shows for kids on electrical safety, water conservation, recycling, that kind of thing.
EISENBERG: Well, that is very educational.