On Wednesyday evening, I had an opportunity to watch my favorite TV show directly. My ex-college friend who is working as communication officer in state-owned enterprise invited me to attend the second anniversary of Kick Andy at Metro TV. Of course, I was more than happy to go with her.
The show was special because Andy invited several guest stars who’d ever performed in his show. The theme of the show was Kick Andy’s Effect. Why? Because in that night, Andy and his creative team wanna show us how the guest stars’ life could alter better once they appeared in the show. For example, Kang Ayik, a curtain vendor who owned small library in his house. Once showing in one of Kick Andy’s episode, viewers can see his deep passion on books and keeness to assist children in his village to be knowledgable. Afterward, He received many books donations and an foundation helped him to build a new-two-storey library. And many other happy experiences that better you watch in the show broadcasted on March 20th, 2008.
I am grateful that I could be a part of this show’s second anniversary because Kick Andy is more than a show to me. It’s very inspiring and touching. The story revealed in the show is often related with humanity. The guest stars were from celebrities, politicians, a recently-popular but hated-most band, to oridanary peoples. All of them looked special in the show. And in that night, I met Andrea Hirta, the author of Laskar Pelangi, and took a picture with him.