If you have to make 39 trips to someone’s house, the least they can do is appreciate your perseverance and shut their damn mouths. Chicago area Comcast technicians have had up to here with you people and they aren’t going to take it anymore. Chicago sports suck now anyway. Get out of the house. Go eat some hot dogs and drink some beer. And as my dad proclaimed last night, “they pay a guy $5 million to coach basketball and then want to charge me another $8 to watch it. To hell with ESPN….U.”
Days after it was revealed that Comcast changed one customer’s first name to “A**hole,” the company pulled a similar stunt again, changing 63-year-old Mary Bauer’s name to “SuperB****.”
Bauer, who lives in Addison, Illinois, told her story on Chicago’s TV station WGN, claiming Comcast’s cable service has been very poor, with 39 technicians showing up at her home to fix technical issues from November 2013 to April 2014.
After the problems were finally fixed, she stopped receiving bills from Comcast, prompting her to call the company again. Finally, in January she received the bill — this time, with her name changed to SuperB**** Bauer.
Just like Ricardo and Lisa Brown, who were on the receiving end of a similar stunt from Comcast in late January, Bauer claims she was not rude to the Comcast operator.
“This is a disgrace to me. Why are they doing this to me? I pay my bills. I do not deserve this,” she told WGN.
Comcast told WGN it is “investigating this thoroughly,” promising to reach out to Mary Bauer.
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Can you imagine Steve Harvey dealing with the stereotypical ‘ville billy family? While I believe it might be great television, the 859 needs to send some representatives down to make sure the state is well represented. After all, we can’t have this guy’s family making us look bad.
If you want to “Play the Feud” auditions will be held February 7 and 8 in Louisville, Kentucky. Auditions are by appointment only and to apply, the shows website asks that you send and email to Louisville@FamilyTryouts.com.
The site also lists helpful information for those interested:
APPLY VIA EMAIL in order to schedule an audition for the specific city you are interested in (see list above).
We love when families include pictures and video to their email!
If you are able to include a video in your email, then at least 5 family members are required. Briefly introduce yourselves, tell us where you are from, and feel free to use props, costumes, play a mock round of the game, or anything to stand out!
Must have 5 family members related by blood, marriage or legal adoption.
You must be a US citizen or have permission to work within the United States.
If anyone on the team knows or is related to anyone employed by FremantleMedia, Debmar-Mercury, Wanderlust Productions, any affiliate that carries the Family Feud, or any Steve Harvey production including The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, they are ineligible.
If anyone on the team is running for political office or has been on more than two (2) game shows in the last year they are also ineligible.
If you or anyone on your team has appeared on Family Feud before, it must 10 years since the prior appearance to be eligible to play again.
There is no age requirement to be on Family Feud, but we suggest that contestants are 15 years or older due to the content of the questions.
If you cannot make it to any of the live auditions listed above, please visit our Audition by Video page.
Call our Contestant Department Hotline: (323) 762-8467