Monday’s Show Audio—-Charlie Marlow Returns

Kevin Lorenz, Mon, 19 Dec 2011 13:10:00 GMT

SEGMENT 1–
We’re not a legitimate radio show, so we don’t change the open when the cast is different. The Bat Signal is Charlie’s screen saver. Scrilla? It’s been a big couple of months in sports. Most obituaries are already done for the iconic athletes and figures in the world. Did Tony Twist whoop Cat’s ass? Josh Brown is in a Jackass movie. Doug isn’t surprising anyone with his vacation this year. Charlie misses Nick and the Badger.

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SEGMENT 2–
people still love survivor. you can find bookies in an alley. the rams played yesterday. kellen clemens looked like a quarterback. the third down calls are awful. it’s hard to understand what the coaches are thinking. the colts have made the draft pick situation a little more interesting.

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SEGMENT 3–
Ken Rosenthal joins us. A lot going on in baseball outside of St. Louis. The Cardinals are in the mix for Carlos Beltran. Coco Crisp could be an option. Beltran can’t play center field. How does the Matt Latos deal affect the NL Central? The Cardinals may have overpaid for Furcal. The rotation could be improved with a Lohse or Westbrook trade.

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SEGMENT 4–
DJ Gelner joins us. How about that quarterback? Rams coaches don’t seem to learn. Keeping it within striking distance in the fourth quarter? Coach Spags may be back in 2012. The game evolves, Spags doesn’t. The Rams need speed.

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SEGMENT 5–
Bernie Federko joins us. Disappointing night Saturday, but they were able to get a point. The shootout could be more mental than anything. The goalie has the advantage in the shootout since they just need to react. A coaching change will make the players fall in line pretty quickly if they want to stay. Stewart will eventually get going. This team isn’t being groomed to get to the playoffs, the plan is to eventually win it all.

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SEGMENT 6–
Tina E on a Monday morning. It’s almost the year anniversary of the Vincent Jackson rant. What sort of coach would want to come to St. Louis? The General Manager situation will be a big factor. Money could bring anyone the Rams would want to coach.

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SEGMENT 7–
The Supplement Superstores Email of the Day

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