@SarayuRao for @NBCSNL!

Yes, #SarayuRao4SNL! You read the title correctly even though you may not know what it means. I campaigned for a public figure once before, but I don't think that her reality show ever got the green light.  That was a bit of a stretch, I think.  But, I'm back with another public figure to help fulfill a dream of hers and it will get done... with your help, of course!

We're sending Sarayu Rao to Saturday Night Live!
Actress Sarayu Rao

Now, I know some of you are either stuck trying to pronounce her name (Sah-rah-yoo) or you're saying, "Sarayu who?"

Let me explain: I first came across her in the short-lived sitcom "Outsourced." It was a very interesting and funny show that was set in India and taught me a lot about Hindu culture in just one season. Anyway, in the early parts of Season 1, Sarayu played the role of "Vimi," the soon-to-be wife of one of the characters on the show. She was replaced by someone else later in the season and... wait... now that I think of it, why wasn't she in the second half of the season? Maybe she can answer that.

Anyway, I later came across her on two other shows I watch ("In Plain Sight" and "Franklin and Bash") and later a Vonage commercial. At that point, I started to recognize her face and I just had to find out who she was. A few clicks later at IMDB.com and I had a name.

Well, you guys know how I roll. I never follow mainstream people on Twitter. There's no fun in being one of Serena Williams' 2.3 million followers or anyone else who thirsts for social network admiration. So, I started following Sarayu and became one of her modest 412 followers. It's kind of cool when you actually get replies to things you tweet to celebs. She's not the "Hollywood type" or anything. No personal website (to my knowledge) and I'm not even sure if she even has a Facebook page. Just someone who has been fortunate enough to be a part of the Hollywood scene without all of the attitude and high maintenance. My type of person.

In fact, one of the things I love about being a blogger is seeing people who aren't mainstream grow into something. Some of us will never be columnists or end up with a syndicated radio show, but there's satisfaction is seeing someone go from 3 followers to 300 followers. Sarayu is not just some run-of-the-mill actress. She has an impressive resume that also includes "The Big Bang Theory," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "Sons of Tuscon" and more. Her dream of being on SNL is achievable, but like most of us who have found success in what we do, it sometimes takes a "foot in the door." It's time to take her mainstream, which is where you guys come in.

I want every single one of my followers to tweet this post.
I also want all of you to tell your followers to RT this post. And so on and so on...
Let's use the power of social networking to get SNL's attention so that Sarayu can get her shot on the show. Once they take notice, she can do the rest. Why am I doing this? Two reasons: because I can and because how cool would it be to see someone get an opportunity at a dream knowing that you helped? I know my followers are loyal people who have the interest of others at heart. You wouldn't be a follower of mine if you didn't.

Learn the name and the face because you will see her again on your HDTV.

So, what do you say? Can we send Sarayu to SNL? Let's take her to mainstream.

So, followers... are we going to make this photo a reality or what?


I don't know if she got that burger or not, but you can help with the SNL!


the Tsaritsa sez...

Alexandra joins T2Q
A star from the blogging world joins T2Q as Alexandra from the Tsaritsa Sez joins the show!

We will discuss the following:

Can only white people be racist?
Do tattoos inspire or have meanings?
Women and hip hop music
Plus much more!

Straight Tsaritsa talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

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Show #67

Man Training 101

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It takes a man to raise a boy.
This show has been needed for a minute, but now it's here. The guys and I will throw on our lab coats and break down the science of being a man to some of you who haven't a clue of what it is.

Man training is something every male should receive and given today's society, where women are trying to raise men, it's not happening as it should.

We'll break down the following and more:

How to treat a woman
Being a parent
Being a leader and protector of the household and more!

Straight man talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
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It's Pronounced "Na-Tay!"

This show will be graced by the mesmerizing Nate' R. Jones! Nate' is a freelance model who has done website photo shoots on top of movie appearances in today's hottest movies!
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She and I will discuss the following:

-How she got started in the modeling industry
-How being a model affects the dating scene and more!

Twitter: #sayNatay

Check out her Black Men Magazine spread here!

Straight talent talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

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Bye-Bye Bad Relationships (30 Minutes to Love?!)

Most people don't want to make the same mistakes again (shocking, right?), and the truth is, you shouldn't have to keep making the same mistakes. So, that's why we're help, to help you move from that bad, unfiulfilling "situation," to something meaningful.

WhatTheLove™ is here to help you mend it...or end it, because if it's not working for you…then something needs to happen.

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This workshop isn't for everybody. This is only for people who are ready to take control, make changes, and get the love that they deserve.

Is this you?

This 30-minute workshop (with Q&A) is designed to help you avoid bad relationships...period! No more crying, whining and having conversations about what he or she didn't do. You are now equipped with the tools to make the decisions that are the best for you...even if that includes saying, "good bye!"

What is the biggest challenge in dating? According to a survey we conducted, it is the desire to avoid making the same mistakes. However, it is these mistakes that tether us to people who will, eventually, cause us to regard relationships as a bad thing, as we reflect on bad memory, after bad memory, and wonder why we stayed so long.

Again, this workshop is only for people who are ready to make changes.

If this you...we look forward to seeing (hearing) you on October 24th!

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