Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Got a question about Greg, Bill or Andy's body language?

Post it in the comments for use in a future body language segment, won't you? I will be your best friend. Maybe. Oh and please include name, city and favorite RE moment, if you want. Thanks!


Eddie said...

My question is about Andy and his angst towards you in last weeks show, and how he was able to pull it off without even a smirk. Is there some real tension, or does he have issues with something in his childhood that he was projecting on you?

Also, my other comment is on the Johnny Rotten show, that had to be one of my favorites because nobody was able to speak, and everyone seemed in shock during and for days afterwards. You have insight on that one first hand, so maybe you could do some body language for yourself. Just a thought.

Well, thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Butter your toast.

Dallas, Texas

spaceagent said...

Alison, I think you should use a little "camera magic" on one of your upcoming body language segments. For example, you could show a clip of an attractive guest on the show talking, and then cut to a view below the table of "Bill" reaching over and squeezing her knee or playing footsie, and then go back live and ask Bill to explain what he was doing.

You can do something similar for Greg, like show him passing money to a guest under the table after he/she gives Greg a compliment. For Andy you could have him a clip of him during a half time report, but then show him fondling a female undergarment under his ombudsman sheet - or show him scratching himself in some kind of manly (i.e. really embarassing) way. There are lots of things like that you could do.

Good luck and Happy Halloween!

Joe McDonald
Burlington, VT

Anonymous said...

I've mentioned this earlier in a previous post, but I'm curious as to Greg's body language when Ann Coulter was on the show. He made a remark about "something being better than a pie in the face.". That's not verbatim. It seemed like he was trying to disarm her before she made any attempt to get too radical. As far as my favorite show on Red Eye, It would have to be when you were in studio with the gang. I thought it was a good dynamic. I'm audie!! Cheerio.

Michael. " ".

Anonymous said...

OH yeah, I want to just say, Go Cowboys!

Michael. "the artist formerly known as the Trend Setter."

Anonymous said...

I would like to take the time to list some pet-peeves of the internet. First, I find that most people usually start there statement with, "I guess." To me, that just says that you don't have confidence in what you're saying, or you know what your saying is false and usually ridiculous. I've been on the internet for well over a decade, and I have never heard the term "troll". Back in the day if you couldn't hang with the big dogs, then you go elsewhere. The term "troll", is nothing more than a way that weak-minded people don't have to dialogue with more superior-minded people. This is all for now. I'm sure I'll come up with some more later. This isn't intended for anyone in particular.

Michael. "The Eminem of the net."

Anonymous said...

I remember the pie in the face comment re: Coulter. It's because one time she was attempting to give a speech at a college, someone rushed her on stage and threw a pie at her face. They missed. But this has happened to conservative speakers at college campuses a few times. She's also got some death threats. Now she has to travel with bodyguards when giving speeches. I think it was to put her in a light mood. But just my opinion. I could be wrong.

Arnold Drummond

Anonymous said...

I just want to say that I did enjoy the previous segments of yours. You have lovely chemistry with the fellows and I envy the sexual tension you and Andrew Levy undoubtedly share. As for the next one, you might consider how Greg brings on blonde women and then commands them to laugh so he can watch them bounce… indeed I have noticed that this is going to continue, so I assume blonds, tits, short skirts and botox will keep the show from being canceled. Thank you for saving it from itself Alison, you are a hoot.


Anonymous said...

Perhaps you are right, Greg just had an intense look on his face when he said it. That's why I think it would be an interesting body language segment to get to the truth. It's no big deal, just curious.