Sometimes you just never know what you'll see on live television. On Sunday during NESN's telecast of the Houston Astros-Boston Red Sox game, reporter Jenny Dell was in the stands to interview a family regarding "Autism Awareness Day" at Fenway Park.
As she was talking to Red Sox fan Jennifer Colbert and her son Elijah about what the day meant to them, a portly Red Sox fan walked in front of them despite Dell's gestures to him not to. And while the interview continued, you could tell Dell was quite perturbed at him. And when the interview finished, NESN's cameras cut back to Dell as she was lecturing the fan and his wife about walking in front of them.
Ron- Pull an entire family with an autistic kid away from their seats, or make one guy wait one minute? I'm sure the family paid too. Just because people pay for a seat doesn't mean you have full and free license to disrupt people doing their jobs at the ballpark (they're working, not hopping a free ride to a game.)
By your logic, Derek, I should be able to walk onto the field too. After all, I paid, and the customer's always right, right?
He didn't distract from the interview. He actually paid for his seat, unlike her. She needs to take a chill pill.
She had every right to be mad. She made an agreement and he violated it. I am sure she was upset because the family she was doing the interview with were excited to have a rare chance to be on TV. The last thing they wanted was some fat guy with hot dogs and his impatient wife blocking them while family and friends were watching
Kind of self-centered, isn't she? Find a better place to do your interviews, sweetie. Those people crowding your shot PAID to get in the ballpark.