Past Shows on CUTV
Want to stay up to date on both Colgate
and world news? Then watch Gate'
Update, CUTV's oldest running show
(though it has had different names).
Want to talk about your sexual
issues? Got a great story that you
think the whole campus should hear?
Then watch Booty Call, and tell us your
stories, and we'll give you our pseudo
"Ridiculous(ly) Talented": Watch the
best and most foolish in Colgate
vocalists battle it out in front of a
panel of critical judges...then go
behind the scenes for hilarious
interviews and to meet the rabid fans of
the finalists! The Thong Song of
Subtleties, "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of
You" performed in Japanese by a ninja,
moose pants, soulful ballads and
opera...we have it all. So come sing for
us, or at least laugh at those who do!
You could be the NEXT COLGATE IDOL!
In a land where Keystone paves the
streets with gold and money is at an
all-time low, two teams of contestants
will come head to head in a battle of
culinary might that makes Iron Chef look
like a bunch of amateurs. So pull up a
chair, grab your beverage of choice, and
tune in to Food Fight, the show that
turns up the heat!
||The Bottom Line
Dedicated to sports, the Bottom Line is one of CUTV's longest running shows.
The Man Show has earned a cult-like status with men around the country
by looking at sexuality through a male perspective. Chick Chat was
created to provide an Estrogen Alternative. They examine sexual issues
and the freshman experience with each other and Colgate callers.
The video clip is from their show examining pick-up lines.
of CUTV's oldest running talk shows,
Gateline sends Colgate the "news" with a
twist. With many different
segments (such as Cruiser Confessions),
Gateline still entertains all who watch.
Funk; pornography; Ultimate Fighting; bear suits; 1930's-style silent
films: what do all of these have in common? You need to get freak nasty
to find out. This spring, the debut of FREAK NASTY launched on CUTV
to become an overnight success. The CUTV studio phones lit up with
a record high two calls in response to the Series Premiere. President
Jane Pinchin may have remarked--Finally, something I can get freaky to.
Pinchin may even be planning to present awards to creators Nathan Thomas
and Dave McGrath in kudos to the show. For the best sketch comedy
and live skits on television you need only to turn to FREAK NASTY, Monday
nights at 9:00.
Ill Communication was the Comedic Centerpiece of the CUTV line-up for
many years. Created by Juston Payne and Tyler Littwin, this show
went through many transformations, ending up as a smart, skit-based show.
Robot Fighting and the Crab Walk are some fan-favorite pieces, which are
featured in the video clip.
||The Not So Late Show
First there was Carson, then came Leno and Letterman, and now exclusively
on CUTV comes The Not So Late Show. A combination of political satire,
Colgate criticism, and all out craziness, the show debuting in the fall
of 2002 expects to be a hysterical edition to the CUTV lineup.
Favorite segments include stupid human tricks, gate-walking (similar to
Leno’s Jay-walking), and of course the top ten, in addition to special
guests, musical acts, and original sketches.
The Not So Late Show
first ever original soap opera to air on CUTV, Madison U. premiered in
the spring of 2002. With plot twists and scandal that would put Melrose
place to shame, this series reflects the fun and drama of all your daytime
and prime time soap operas. Be likened to a Cruel Intentions and
Days of Our Lives, Madison U. tells the story of the Palmer family. Carissa,
Caleb, and Jackson take the art of relationships to a new level by being
oh so bad. The show has a cast of more than a dozen students actors and
a team of student writers who all help to create a fresh and entertaining
series that brings CUTV out of the studio. Come join these college co-eds
every Wednesday night at 9pm.
So, are you in?
||The Match Game
Students were not surprised when a recent study of Taylor Lake found the
chemical composition to be 40% water and 60% _______." Curious to
see how people would fill in that blank? We were and that's why we
brought back to life THE MATCH GAME, that wacky game show from the 70s.
We've filled our panel with Colgate's own celebrities, from students to
professors who continually make us laugh. Be in the live studio audience
when we film the shows for your chance to be a contestant. You could
walk away with up to $185.
The Match Game
After first airing four years ago with Rhodes Scholar Antonio Delgado,
RACE-ing Time has continued its success during its fifth season on CUTV.
The channel's longest running show, "RACE-ing Time" is a live, interactive
show that focuses on issues of race developing on campus and throughout
the world. Past shows this year have included an in-depth discussion of
the racial incidents and sit-in reaction of African-American students in
Fall 2001, and a debate with embattled Maroon-News writer Stephen Fair
in the Spring. You can catch the show every Sunday night at 9. Call
Skit-based comedy shows can seem to blend together these days, but
Redondo brings a fresh take to the genre. They mix board-sports,
rock & roll music, and hilarious pranks together to create a show like
no other. The video clip is of their daring attempt to bring head-banging
music to the dusty halls of Case Library.
Help Hilary and J.R. countdown the top thirteen videos, selected by
you the viewer, every Wednesday at 8:00pm. With a mix of pop, rap,
rock, and original Colgate music videos this show has everything.
||Uncle Frank's Mildly Erotic Cabin
When thinking up a name for a new show, creators usually throw around
a variety of possible titles. It seems as if the creators of Uncle
Frank's Mildly Erotic Cabin combined all their ideas into one memorable
name. UFMEC is a skit based comedy show with a Wayne's World feel.
Their ability to bring strange characters to life makes for a hilarious
good time. Check out the video clip to see "Colgate Double Blind
Uncle Frank's Mildly Erotic Cabin
||The World Matters
Started by Arnoldas Pranckevicius, The World Matters has been carried
forward by Amitabha Gupta and Joanna Allegretti. Dedicated to tackling
important world issues, this show brings together Colgate students and
faculty for exciting discussion. A talk about War with Iraq is featured
in the video clip.
The World Matters
||Ethan and Scott's
Ethan and Scott as they journey around
the Colgate campus exploring places in
all different dimensions.
RaiderROCK is a music-related television program. Originally created
by CUTV General Manager Keenan Binkley, the show is currently produced
by new General Manager Tom Bowles '03. The show is a mix of various current
and classic music videos, along with MTV-type skits that lighten up the
show and give it a unique, musically-inclined sense of humor. Among the
show's highlights from last year included Kris Kross day, where Anthony
Caragiulo '03 and Justin Waytowich '03 dressed up outside the coop to celebrate
everyone's favorite old skool rap group; and 4 The Ladiez, a parody of
the numerous boy bands currently topping the charts.
The Panhellenic community is an integral part of the Colgate experience.
Recent issues involving greek life, such as the sanctions put on Beta Theta
Pi, spurred the development of of the show Speaking Greek. The shows
to inform students about news, upcoming events, and important issues relating
to fraternities and sororities. The video clip is from their show
discussing diversity in the greek system.