WRUP: Fox Van Allen’s Getting Your Kids into Commercials!

Every week, just at the start of the weekend, we catch up with the WoW Insider staff and ask them, “What are you playing this week?” — otherwise known as: WRUP. Join us to see what we’re up to in and out of game, and catch us in the comments to let us know what you’re playing, too!

There are only two weeks left until yours truly packs up and moves cross-country from Boston to California. But not just anywhere in California — Los Angeles. Hollywood! The next time you see me, I’ll be a star! Why? Because I’ve been watching Mel Kane’s Getting Your Kids into Commercials nonstop. I think I finally have all the know-how it takes to be a showbiz kid!

Do you look at your child as a financial burden? Then you’re doing it wrong. It’s time to take that toddler and monetize him through the magic world of commercial acting!

Don’t know where to start? Well, no worries — Mel Kane’s Getting Your Kids into Commercials is here to help. Mel will teach you all the key aspects of being a showbiz parent: how to punish your child when they mess up their lines, how to punish your child when they miss their mark, and how to punish your child when they look bored and clearly don’t want to be there acting. And most importantly, Mel will teach you how severely to punish your kids when they don’t read that week’s WRUP. (Very severely! WRUP is totes important!)

So, that’s that. While you get your kids browbeat into shape, the rest of us will be here What aRe yoU Playing our hearts out to avoid the wrath of our own showbiz parents. This week’s bonus question: With the recent announcement that cross-realm zones are coming to Mists of Pandaria, I’ve been in a very nostalgic mode. So, I want to know: What’s your favorite low-level zone?

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