Get a Life! Show #21: "You Wanna Do What?" Theme This program will feature four people who have put their boundless energy into taking career paths where few have gone before.
Hosts: Kipp and Paula finally come back after accidentally making themselves disappear in the last episode of Get a Life Season III.
Story #1: PROFESSIONAL FAN amp; MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER A professional fan? Whod a thunk it? But Cameron Hughes has made a successful career out of cheering on sports teams and giving motivational speeches.
Rant: Alex tries to think up a slogan to use to sell his rants.
Story #2: HELICOPTER PILOT A true entrepreneur, Julia Henderson and her partner Kevin Smith started the first helicopter tourism company in Toronto, Canada. Julia gives 24 flight packages ranging from short tourist joy-rides (Vertical Reality) to full adrenaline-pumping adventure excursions (Battle Stations).
Streeters: If you could have any job in the world, what job would you choose?
Story #3: RAP SINGER When most people think rap stars, the image of a Native American doesnt exactly jump to mind. But TKO (Taco) plans to change that perspective. Hes on his way to success with his own record label and a new CD in the works.
Rant: Tori is slogging through 4th rate theatre productions as she builds her career as an actress, but shes determined to put in her time and see her name in lights.
Story #4: RACE CAR DRIVER Others may have had their doubts, but Kelly Williams knew she wanted to be a race car driver since she was sixteen. She now races cars for a living.
Hosts: Kipp and Paula talk about jobs in the entertainment industry. Kipp has decided to become an actor. You wanna do WHAT?
Winner of the Award of Excellence in the Information Programming category from the Alliance for Children and Television
...real genius... spotlights folks who have landed the kinds of jobs kids dream about, almost ... on their own terms. -- The Ottawa Citizen
This frantic but fact-filled half-hour [series] pumps out solid tips for job hunting along with weird skits, zany graphics... -- The Toronto Star