Saturday, Dec. 2, at 6 pm, "Backstage to Broadway" — channel 11 over the air in Spokane, channel 114 on Comcast cable
Bobo as your host, with an actor (Levi/Pharaoh) and a dancer (dance captain/Apache Dancer) from *Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat* along with eight students from Gonzaga in the first 15 minutes, and then the company manager and stage manager in the second half. (They'd endured a nightmare: 11-hour bus ride from Seattle the day before; stuck six hours in Snoqualmie Pass; pulled into Spokane at 6 pm for a 7:30 show; held the show for 40 mins. before the curtain finally went up. And somehow, it was good, energetic show.)
Bobo wants to state officially and for the record that during the first rehearsal for "Backstage to Broadway" (dry mouth, visibly spitting, fumbling through notes, hyperventilating, stumbling over words, mispronouncing the easiest things) that he wanted to run screaming from the studio and dig himself a deep hole.
As for subsequent results, here's a fun drinking game: gather some friends, get out your favorite bottle of tequila, and everybody does a shot every time Bobo stumbles over a word, smiles uneasily, looks at the wrong camera ... you get the idea. Make up your own rules! You'll quickly be intoxicated.
After that, the show will seem much more professional than it actually is.
If you miss the show (and I believe that as many as nearly two dozen people in the Spokane area are hooked up to channel 114), then you can catch it in a podcast for the next month or so, supposedly with links at kxly.com and inlander.com (and maybe at kxmn.com and bestofbroadwayspokane.com, too).
kxly.com has info about what a podcast is and how to access it (it's helpful if you have iTunes, I gather)
Then you can download it and make fun of Bobo to your heart's content.
(Fun with trivia: Right before the red light went on for the second half, the stage manager had Bobo in stitches -- some joke about how widespread was the fornication in a touring company, and he comes back with they were in a bar last night with the cast from Disney on Ice, The Incredibles, and it was each man for himself, baby ...)