Wednesday, July 1, 2009

The Power of KC wants to take you everywhere you've already been

Posted by on Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 10:56 AM



Rep. Paul LeVota is the Minority Leader for the Missouri House. His brother, lawyer Phil, apparently aspires to be Kansas City's Dave Coulier. Phil and co-host Jennifer Plas (who, according to her Web site, was Topeka's Holly Starr back when Starr was in diapers) are launching The Power of KC, a Saturday morning show that is expected to debut July 25 on Fox 4 at 6:30 a.m.

According to the site, Phil and Jennifer will be taking their witty banter from the Crossroads District to the Legends, visiting all that Kansas City has to offer.

And that's not all!  The pitch for prospective advertisers in the "About" section pegs the show's demographics at a healthy 25-54 age spread, and notes that it leads into Fox 4's "highly rated" Saturday morning news show at 7:00 a.m.

The pilot, part of which can be viewed above, has those two wacky kids Phil and Jennifer visiting the River Market, Union Station and Fleming Park. We look forward to watching them discover the wildlife on Independence Avenue and the joy of KC's outdoor Laundromats in future episodes.

P.S.: Similarities?

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