The "guest host" is sometimes an inanimate or personified object that is spoken to by Nayan Patel. He built a giant wooden crate in the studio parking lot and locked himself inside it as a protest until YTV hired a new co-host. The set was redesigned to feature a new logo of The Zone. In , after Sugar left, the subway train set from to was gone, so the set was redesigned as a center stage with liquid stuff on it, and featuring the block's logo in the middle of the floor. Send your picture, we'll do the magic To purchase, send the file that you would like to transform into a Sugar Skull art custom made from the artist. Another voice on the show was Egghead the director Greg Dickinson, who worked on The Zone from Egghead's face was never seen.
Stephanie Lyn Beard , better known by her stage name Sugar Lyn Beard , is a Canadian television actress, voice actress and television and radio personality. Beard was born in Scarborough , Ontario, Canada. From to , Beard hosted and produced The Zone , a series of short interstitial segments that aired between regular weekday programming on the Canadian children's network YTV. She also had a column in the youth newspaper, Brand New Planet ; it was distributed with subscriptions to the Toronto Star only. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Canadian television and voice actress and radio personality.
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If you were a kid with basic cable and no Internet in the '90s and early aughts, YTV was your go-to televised reprieve from boredom. When shows, commercials, and booger monsters weren't airing, YTV kept their lineup alive with the PJs: twenty-something program jockeys who kept the channel afloat with authentic personalities and offbeat humour. Even actress Ellen Page was a fan and even gave a special shout-out to the syndicated spookiness that was the PJs' Halloween segment "Dark Night" in Any Canadians in the house hearin me???