ITST: How did they leave it, once you were done?
JJ: Was told there was a one week window and that if they did not hear back within that week, the chances were slim. I cannot disclose whether or not I heard back.
ITST: Looking back, is there anything you wish you did differently?
JJ: As a fan, I can see how the show goes. [On each episode] typically two of them are real businesses to be invested in, and the others are a little kooky and for entertainment value. It just depends on what they’re looking for for that TV season. Is is a product, a business? It just depends on what they’re interested in showing that season, that episode.
JJ: My one piece of advice is to be as animated as possible. You have to figure that they definitely aren’t looking for a “Serious Susan.” They want someone who’s loud, boisterous, exciting to watch, and a good personality for TV. You should also have a good product valuation, and a good product to go along with a good personality. [laughs]Good looks probably help a little bit, too.
ITST: Any final thoughts?
JJ: Overall it was a really fun day. It was a great day and a really good experience, and I’m hoping you guys will see me on television!