... high top sneakers with a business suit. Although Mr. T is a cool character, the wardrobe department need some help; the suit looked great; the Converse All Stars, even though Red, White, and Blue, got to go. Mr. T, please don't remind us of Woody Allen at the Oscars; spruce up a bit for the show; people expect a GQ appearance from you now in the right setting.
Now onto the show: Mr T is a sincere person, an awesome character; if he would emphasize learning from his subject as well as the mo-T-ivational effect he has on people, he's got a show. If all one sided, then we'd have to pass; no one's perfect.
Mr. T may find a middle ground between Anthony "Buy my CD/DVD" Robbins and the great motivational buffoon played by Chris Farley on Saturday Night Live; maybe Mr. T can do that in the short term.
Mr. T, emphasize your sincerity, and ability to arbitrate. The guys on the car lot, especially Vince, and the characters in future shows may fall back into those old, easy and sleazy, ways; those guys will need a re-visit from you; Dr Phil does that on his shows.
Mr. T, do a follow-up on some of these guys; back check with customers, family, friends; go even further than the surface; ensure the work you do works for those who may doubt the good effect you have on people.
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