the tease (Ts) for the interview

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seitt

Senior Member
English/Welsh
Greetings

In ‘Nashville’, one of the stars was going to do an interview and someone mentioned ‘the tease for the interview’ or possibly ‘the Ts for the interview’.

Please, does that mean anything to anyone?

Best wishes, and many thanks,

Simon
 
  • Myridon

    Senior Member
    English - US
    A tease (or a teaser) in television terms is a short item promoting something.
    "Tune in tonight at 10 to find out if the hurricane is going to wipe out your neighborhood."
    A tease for an interview might have the person in it.
    "I'm on Interview tonight. I'll tell you all about my new album."
     

    Sparky Malarky

    Moderator
    English - US
    From dictionary.com:
    5. Also, teaser. Television Slang. a short scene or highlight shown at the beginning of a film or television show to attract the audience's attention.
     

    seitt

    Senior Member
    English/Welsh
    Many thanks – as for the spelling, I don't know: all I heard was a word sounding like ‘tease’. I am sure that Myridon and Sparky Malarkey have the right answer, however, from my admittedly vague memory of the scene.
     
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