Hey everyone! I want to get your opinions about our newly re-launched version of Exposé, but first I'd like to introduce myself as the newest member of the Theory11 interactive team. Who the heck is Rob Anderson?? Glad you asked . I started doing magic when I was 5, and have learned under names such as Jeff McBride and Denny Haney. The two live shows you can see me performing are my own comedy magic show, and my Criss Angel parody show, which I recently won an award for in Las Vegas as the "Rising Star" in the field of celebrity impersonation. I love creating parodies of basically everything, and in 2010, my "magic tutorial parody" of Mike Hankins' Harbor Change (see here) spawned the first Theory11 Saturday Night Contest involving fake exposure videos. More recently, I've created funnier and more recognized fake exposure videos here, here and here. Ok, enough about me! Earlier today, we launched the first episode of our new and improved weekly show, Exposé. First, if you haven't seen it, definitely go take a look: Exposé 2.0. Our goal for the show is to entertain and inform, and give you an inside look at what is going on not just at Theory11 but in the world of magic. My own goal for my segment of the show is to bring you hilarious "exposure" parodies, informative interviews with the top names in magic, and to go out and perform ridiculous magic tricks for people while incorporating various funny objects or words of your choosing. Help us out! I'd love to know the following: 1. What did you think of the new show, and what would you like to see more of? Besides Christen 2. What funny word or random object would you like to see me use in a street magic performance for random spectators? (As in, while doing a card routine, for some reason i'm randomly eating a grilled cheese sandwich, for no reason. Or, I have to use the word "banana hammock" 6 times in under 2 minutes) 3. Who would you like me to interview, and what would you ask them? Our goal is to make this as much of an interactive show as possible, and have you assist us in the direction we take with the show. Very excited to hear your comments and suggestions!