Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|In the final episode, Matt had a sit down interview with Ralph. When Ralph asked Matt which one of the female cast members he could see himself going to the alter with, which cast member did Matt answer?||The First "Joe Schmo Show" Quiz
Dr. Pat. Matt said that he liked all of the women on the show, but the person he could most likely see himself walking to the alter with was Dr. Pat.
|In the fifth episode, who threw their own collectors plate, breaking it to pieces, after learning that they had been kicked off the show for violating a rule, by threatening another contestant? ||The First "Joe Schmo Show" Quiz
Hutch. Hutch threw his plate, although he was brought back on to the show the next day because he supposedly threatened to take the show to court. The show had to make up a realistic letter from Hutch's lawyer because Matt had spent some time at law school.
|In the fourth episode, the contestants dressed in Sumo wrestling outfits, and tried to knock each other over, or outside of the circle. When the game started, Matt charged at one of the cast members, knocked her over, and actually hurt her. Who did Matt hurt in the Sumo wrestling contest?||The First "Joe Schmo Show" Quiz
Dr. Pat. Dr. Pat hit her head when she was knocked down and had to be taken to the hospital. She returned later that night though.
Earl. Earl was voted off causing Matt to start crying. He went up to his room saying "this is just not worth it". This instance made the producers consider stopping the show, but after learning that Matt wanted to continue the next day, the show went on.
Kip. Kip used Matt as a volunteer during his magic show. When Kip revealed the wrong card as the one that Matt had chosen, Matt played along and said Kip had picked the right card. After the judges told Kip that it was the wrong card, and gave him a bad score, he sadly walked behind the curtains.
|In the first episode, Matt made an alliance with this person. She eventually got 7 of 9 possible votes against her in the "riches to rags eviction ceremony". Who is this person, who was the first to be eliminated?||The First "Joe Schmo Show" Quiz
Gina. Gina got voted off because the rest of the cast found a list of names with notes next to them, under Gina's bed. This, of course, was placed there on purpose to give the cast a good reason to vote Gina off first.
|In the first episode, one of the contestants almost blew the show right away. The event consisted of contestants exchanging underwear, and trying to figure out which pair belonged to whom. Which contestant almost blew the show by forgetting which underwear were supposed to be his?||The First "Joe Schmo Show" Quiz
Earl. Earl "the veteran" messed up by saying that he thought Matt's underwear was the pair with fish on it. Actually though, those underwear were supposed to belong to Earl.
|The "Joe Schmo Show" is a staged reality show around a man named Matt Kennedy Gould. What was the name of the fictional reality show that Matt believed he was on?||The First "Joe Schmo Show" Quiz
Lap of Luxury. "The Lap of Luxury" supposedly consisted of 9 contestants, including Matt, and a host to run the show.
Yes. Matt Kennedy Gould, a.k.a. Joe Schmo, won everything in the end. He was so happy he was crying. He couldn't believe that everyone had went through so much trouble just for him. He had a really great attitude about the whole show actually being a sham with him being the only real thing there was about it. Everyone involved in the not-so-real reality show had all come to love Matt Kennedy Gould for the wonderful person he proved out to be, and I, too, think Matt is an extraordinary human being and deserved all the great things he got out of the show and more. On the other hand, I can't say I would have been as receptive of the deception as he was if I would have been in his shoes, but then again for $100,000...who knows?
Well, I hope you enjoyed the show as much as I, and had just as much fun with the quiz as well. Thanks for playing, and as I like to say quite often, T-T-F-N (ta, ta, for now)!
The Virgin. Angela Dodson played Molly Crabtree-The Virgin, Kristen Wiig played Patricia 'Dr.Pat' Lane-The Quack, Melissa Yvonne Lewis played Ashleigh Rivera-The Rich Witch (Well, it's not actually rich witch but rich...well you know), and Nikki Davis played Gina Price-The Reality Expert.
Gina. Gina made a big production out of her eviction and even resorted to calling the rest of the players as nothing more than mere cockroaches. There had been seven votes for Gina, one for Molly, and one for Matt. This was when Matt figured out that it had to have been Gina who voted for him to be evicted which made him quite upset since he believed from an earlier discussion with her that they would not vote each other off.
|When a contestant was evicted at a ceremony, what was normally done with their plate?||The "Joe Schmo" Show
Tossed into the fireplace and burned. The normal procedure for contestants voted off and evicted from the mansion was to toss their plates into the fireplace where they then shattered and burned. However, there were a few exceptions where, for one, Dr. Pat was allowed to keep her plate and take home with her, and the other was when Hutch was evicted because he had broken his contract by making repeated threats to Kip about throwing him in the pool, in which he himself out of acted anger took his own plate and threw against the wall to where it shattered into pieces. However, the next day, The Hutch was brought back and the pieces to his plate had been glued back together.
|Lots of people love it, some even crave it, but Joe couldn't stand the taste or smell of it. What sweet food item was it?||The "Joe Schmo" Show
Chocolate. How unusual, I think, for Matt not to like chocolate. I know there's probably lots of people who actually don't like it, but Matt Kennedy Gould was a first for me to hear of in all my thirty-something years. Everyone I know just loves it, and even some I know who can't live a day without it!
Dog Feces. Matt drew the line with eating dog feces and told the fake executive he met with during this scene that there was nothing written in his contract with the show saying he would have to comply with such a thing. He then also told the exec that if he felt he had to hold him in contempt of his contract to then feel free to do so. Matt later made the statement that he was able to put some of his knowledge from law school to use during this scene. Of course, we all know it wasn't real dog feces anyhow, and later found out it was actually liverwurst that they made to appear as the doggie poo.
|During the eviction ceremonies, what did one need to be wearing in order to be protected from being voted off the show?||The "Joe Schmo" Show
Immunity Robe. There were daily game challenges that the contestants competed in, in which the winner won the privilege of wearing the immunity robe (a.k.a. the 'Pimped Out Immunity Robe') of which then protected them from being voted off of 'Lap of Luxury' at the same day's "Riches to Rags Eviction Ceremony".
|What was the name given to the item that everyone brought from home to share with the group?||The "Joe Schmo" Show
Creature Comfort. One of the best parts of the show, in my opinion anyhow, was when Kip went off on The Hutch for replacing his photos in his photo album (which was Kip's creature comfort item) with those of The Hutch's naked butt. I thought that scene was so funny, especially when Matt was giving The Hutch serious hard-core looks like what in the world was wrong with him and what could he have possibly been thinking, of which if I remember correctly he even asked The Hutch just that. Too, too funny!
The Buddy. Brian Keith Etheridge played himself as The Buddy and was also one of the writers on the show, Ralph Garman also played himself as The Host, Franklin Dennis Jones played Earl Bradford-The Veteran, and Lance Krall played Carlos 'Kip' Calderas-The Gay Guy.
Dr. Pat. Matt revealed during his final interview with Ralph that, even though Molly was the one whom he was infatuated with, it would actually be Dr. Pat that he would have chosen to settle down with and marry.
Hutch. Hutch was played by David Hornsby, and Matt tried to act real cool about him being chosen; however, moments afterward when Matt found out the truth about the show, he revealed just how shocked he really was and how he just couldn't believe that The Hutch had actually been the one chosen as the winner.
No. When Matt found out that all the cast members were really actors, one of his first questions was of that to Kip asking if he was at least really gay? Lance Krall (Kip) responded with a simple "No."
Pittsburgh, PA. When Matt found out the truth about the show being a sham and was presented with the $100,000 check, he told them all to ask him where he was going, in which they all obliged, and Matt yelled with such joy and excitement in his voice, "Pittsburgh!" With this, Matt clearly portrayed his excitement about going home.
Matt Kennedy Gould. Matt Kennedy Gould is 27 years old, lives at home with his parents, a law school dropout, and a pizza delivery guy. With all his winnings that he won from 'The Joe Schmo Show', however, I'm sure to think his personal status has more than likely took a turn for the better.