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LIVE STUDIO PRODUCTION The Peay-lympics VIDEO AUDIO SEGMENT 1: INTRO INTRO SCENE: GRAPHIC OF SHOW LOGO [CAMERA ONE] MWS ON STAGE WITH SPOTLIGHTS MOVING AROUND POSSIBLY [CAMERA TWO] Wide shot of contestants and THEME SONG FOR SHOW PLAYING IN THE BACK GROUND DENZEL INTRODUCES SHOW WHILE THEME MUSIC CONTINUES TO PLAY SOFTLY IN THE BACK GROUND [DRUMROLL] DENZEL: In the days of the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, the gladiators would do battle in various tests of physical prowess and mental wit. Although these days are long gone, on the campus of Austin Peay State University, the students can still be seen in the battle of the ages. Who will bring home the gold? Who will win .... the Peay-limpics? [PEAY-LYMPICS THEME PLAYS] [APPLAUSE] [PEAY-LYMPICS THEME PLAYS IN THE BACK GROUND ] [APPLAUSE] DENZEL: VO: Yes, friends, it’s the Peay-limpics with “PreWRECKuisites,” “What’s That Smell” and “The Peay vs. Shazam.” With me, Denzel Duhart, DJ Juan Romero, and a panel of two of your favorite Austin Peay Students on the only game show on APSU-TV live from the Music and Mass Communications studio in Clarksville, Tennessee. DENZEL: Now let us meet our two “lucky” contestants.
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Stacey Russell Page 2 of 13 host. Medium shot of host. HOST INTERVIEWS BOTH CONTESTANTS AND WELCOMES THEM TO THE SHOW! CROWD APPLAUSES PEAYLIMPICS THEME OVER HEAD PLAYS OVER WHILE HOST STILL TALKS. SEGMENT 2: PRE-WRECK-UISITES Establishing Shot of studio with camera trucking toward host MCU of host Pan CU to guest student ECU exams on C WS of Audience reactions to the exams (disgust, fear, sadness) L3S of contestants and host CU of guest student CU of contestants thinking CU Host Host: Now that we’ve met our two “lucky” contestants let’s get on to the first round with Pre-WRECK-uisites, where we check and see if college students stuck to their studies or partied a little too much. Contestants will answer 3 questions with differing point values. VO: Our questions tonight come from (guest student), a (insert curriculum) student! APPLAUSE FROM AUDIENCE Host: Now without further delay, let’s get preWRECKED! (guest student): The first problem today will come from my STATS 1530 class from my freshman year. The question reads as follows. We conduct a regression and find that the least squares line is y=3+5x. This indicates that as the value of x increases by 4 the expected value of y would increase by: a. 5. b. 8. c. 23. d. 20. Host: This question is worth 75 points. You have 10 seconds to answer this question. Your time
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Stacey Russell Page 3 of 13 ECU contestants working, OS of whiteboards ECU of both contestants’ whiteboards. 2s of host and winner(s) MS of guest student ECU of HIST test ECU of contestant eyes. CU of guest student CU of host ECU of stopwatch MS Contestants write down guesses MCU Contestants reveal answers ECU of total points so far Alternating CU of contestant whiteboards.
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