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This is the vanity card of executive producer Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey.

1st Logo (September 19, 2011-May 18, 2012)[]

Logo: On a uphill Interstate environment on a sunny day, we see a red sports car with a woman (possibly Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey herself) with long blonde hair in it. She is also wearing a sun glasses with a checkerboard scarf around her neck. The car then turns on the first exit which sign says "Exit 9" in white. Then, we cut to another shot in front of the car with a license plate from New Jersey with the words "LISA G." in black.

Variant: A short version exists.

FX/SFX: Low-budget CGI.

Music/Sounds: The sounds of the car's engine, and a honk sound from the car, all backed by an techno beat music.

Music/Sounds Variant: The music is low-pitched with a different honk sound for the short version.

Availability: Seen on Lifechangers.

Editor's Note: None.

(September 14, 2015-)[]

Logo: On a uphill Interstate environment on a sunny day, we see a yellow sports car with a woman with long blonde hair in it. The car then turns on the first exit which sign says "EAST JERSEY STATE PRISON" in white, with "EAST JERSEY" on top of "STATE PRISON". We then cut to a shot to reveal that the woman has sun glasses on her and she is wearing a orange jumpsuit with a name tag that says "LISA G." on it. She is also wearing a checkerboard scarf around her neck. We cut to another shot with the car stopping at a platform with a gate blocking the road path. There are four men inside the platform all smiling and wearing deputy uniforms. They all say excitedly in unison, "Welcome home, Lisa G.!" The gate opens and we cut to another shot in front of the car with a license plate from New Jersey with the words "LISA G." in black.

Variant: On Extra, the logo starts with the convertible (which is red in this variant) rolling up to a toll booth for the New Jersey Turnpike at Exit 9 (as indicated by the green sign on the front; a different yellow sign is on the side of the booth). Four people in street clothing (one of whom is John Travolta) say "Welcome home, Lisa G.!" from inside the toll booth. The shot of the front of the car shows that instead of gates, a red and white arm moves up to allow the car through. The license plate is identical. The clothing of the woman is not seen here, with the exception of her checkered scarf.

In eXTRa (2018) it’s a shorter version. We see the same shot but the difference is that a women from the bottom in the booth is removed & was replaced with a man that looks like (Billy Bush) on the left side of the booth & also Lisa G. is with a man with black hair, sunglasses & a yellow shirt in Lisa G.’s car. All 4 people say in the booth “Welcome home Lisa G.!” & the only woman in the booth say “…. & Gary!”. The last shot is the same but the difference is that Gary’s face is revealed.

FX/SFX: Everything...

Cheesy Factor: Which is in horrible animation, and the woman doesn't even have her hands on the steering wheel of the car! Also, the faces on the people appears to be pasted on, and the body are in 2D. This looks like something made within five minutes by an amateur. This may have been intentional.

Music/Sounds: The sounds of the car's engine, the men saying their line, and a honk sound from the car, all backed by an electric bass ditty. The length depends on the variant, 14 notes for the Crime Watch Daily variant and 7 for the Extra variant. The voices differ between the two variants. On Extra, the sound of the car going down the interstate is omitted due to the fact that the variant starts at a later point in the sequence.

Availability: Seen on Crime Watch Daily, Extra (and its weekend counterpart), and Dr. Draw's Lifechangers.

Scare Factor: Minimal to low, depending on how you feel about the horrible animation and the fact that the people stare at you.

(2019-present)[]

Logo: On a golf course environment on a sunny day, we see a golf cart that’s says LISA G., with a woman with long blonde hair with sunglasses, pink tank top with long pants, & with white shoes in it driving on a driving range. We see a sign that says

gD

LEAVING

GREGORISCH-DEMPSEY

GOLF COURSE

the woman drives pasts under the sign, the camera moves to the left & behind the sign that reads

gD

WELCOME TO

GREGORISCH-DEMPSEY

GOLF COURSE

& we can see the back view of the woman & the golf cart.

We then cut to a shot with trees & to a man wearing sunglasses, wearing white polo shirt, a belt, long green pants, & black golf loafer shoes that is putting on Hole 18 with a red flag that’s waving on the hole & Lisa G. pulls up & stops the golf cart & her mouth moves & says “NICE PUTT GARY!” as Gary watches the golf ball goes into the hole. Next we then shot with many trees behind Gary. Gary moves his mouth, showing his brown hair, holding up his white cap & putter in his hands, & says “WELCOME HOME, LISA G.!” for 1 second. Last we cut to a shot seeing Gary his back view looking at Lisa G. as he lowers his hands putter & his cap is on his head, & Lisa G. smiling with her teeth at Gary, while the camera zooms in as we see the golf cart plate that says LISA G. & the sound we hear is the audience clapping as the screen fades.

Music/Sounds: Birds chirping, golf cart wheels moving, golf ball in a hole sound, Lisa G. & Gary’s voice, audience clapping.

Availability: eXTRa

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