Willie Springer, Fri, 12 Dec 2014 15:35:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: Welcoming hot takes, boring 12-6 Rams loss to the Cardinals, just when we considered Shaun Hill to be a long-term QB option, Doug thought key would be the Cardinals’ kicker, those Blues take down the Islanders again, Jaroslav Halak passed on speaking to the media, do not think he had any ill-will towards the Blues, Doug preferred the Blues red to the Mizzou bumble bees, now 11 straight seasons without a winning record for the Rams, okay to roll the dice when nothing to lose, Jared Cook with more interesting comments, Doug being a patrol boy, Blues win three in a row, level of toughness in hockey, wearing the cage in hockey, huge weekend in college basketball…, Army-Navy game, trading frenzy in the MLB, excitement of college bowl games, STL should host a bowl game, Plow Boy in the process of getting a new car, lacking in Bonneville knowledge, Doug proud to do the power play dance, premier coaches in hockey who never played, having “Post-Dispatch” money, price of Blues tickets, Prod Joe’s old friends, love for the Blues can’t be “real” if you sit down low, restroom etiquette, Bradford an option for next season, Wes Clark hitting on the Mizzou ‘Golden Girls’, length of time to create the cuts of the week, Willie’s new place & comforts of having a garage.
SEGMENT 2 – Internet is down, Cat sent Tim an important e-mail, Christmas tree difficulties, disappointed by Doug’s penmanship, The Cat on Christmas parties, news you can use, different brands of sport coats, The Cat trying to reboot the show, small scale Walmart stores, not being a member of Sam’s Club, what do they do with the clothes people leave at the cleaners, different things you can buy at the superstores, camping in a tent as opposed to an RV, Doug wears a parka to sleep, free samples at the super markets, the miseries of camping & Doug swimming in a snake-infested river.
SEGMENT 3 – Internet update from the Sea Monster, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch joins the show, Jared Cook very emotional after the loss, Shaun Hill constantly under pressure, bad loss for the Rams, few tunrovers from Hill as opposed to Austin Davis, Rams could not run the ball, tight ends had trouble getting seperation, Coach Arians could potentially be Coach of the Year, thinking that this has been Jeff Fisher’s best team in STL, progress made on defense, reports of Sam Bradfurd being an option for next season, concern about deals for a potential new stadium & the incredible memorial for Bryan Burwell.
SEGMENT 4 – “Push th’ Little Daisies” by Ween, Picks of the Week, Cuts of the Week & Email of the Day.