For the first time in the show's 14-year history, the general public is invited to attend weekly tapings at the Wildhorse Saloon. Below are some frequently asked questions.
Q. Can anyone come to the show?
A. Yes, by all means. While it's named a saloon, all ages are allowed.
Q. Is it free?
Q. Will I have a good view of the show and be guaranteed a table for two, four or more of my family or friends?
A. There really isn't a bad seat. Alongside the VIP seating area are tables on both sides, extending all the way to the back. The second floor balcony area is actually some of the best seating. Flat screen TVs are everywhere so finding a table or seat to watch the show live and on TV is not going to be a problem. That's unless 1,500 people show up when the Titans begin the season 11-0.
Q. If I go as a general admission spectator, can I eat?
A. This is where it get's really cool. The Wildhorse Saloon is a full-service restaurant. You can eat and drink before, during and after the show. Perfect timing would be to get there around 6:30 p.m. and grab some dinner and then hang out for the show taping. The Wildhorse takes all major credit cards and even cash. You can be back your car by 8:30 p.m.
Q. Speaking of parking, you have to help me here. Just where do I park?
A. There's a covered public parking garage about a half-block away at Third and Commerce with the entrance on the Commerce Street side. The closest outside parking is a lot on Second Avenue, on the same side of the street, just north of Hooters Restaurant.
Q. Can we bring signs or paint our faces for the show? Do you think that's a way to get on TV?
A. Of course it is! We encourage it.
Q. What about getting autographs from Coach Fisher and the player guest?
A. This is where things get sticky. Neither Coach Fisher nor the player is obligated to sign autographs. This is not a public appearance, but rather a taping of a TV show in a public venue. For you regulars, you know Coach Fisher has been overly accommodating in the past and so have many of the players. I stress that coming to the show simply for autographs could set you up for a letdown. Coach Fisher usually signs while walking out and bolts back to the office to meet up with the other coaches in preparing Sunday's game plan and Tuesday is the only player's full day off and most have plans after the show. I can tell you in seeing the Wildhorse set up, Coach Fisher and the player will not have to exit through the crowd. I guess what I'm saying is, if it happens, great, but please, please don't count on it.
Q. I go to the show, the camera guy likes my enthusiasm and I'm on TV four times. How can I get a copy of the show?
A. Here's the cool thing. You can tape it yourself because you now know the shows air Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. Fair warning: If you sneak down to the show and you end up on TV but told your boss or wife that you were at the office working late, I will not, no matter how much the bribe, edit you out of the finished product before it airs.
FAQs complied by News 2's John Dwyer, co-host of Titans on 2 with Jeff Fisher.
Do you have an additional question for John? Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.