John Semar, Tue, 27 Oct 2015 12:06:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: We don’t have much coverage of the Monday Night Football game, is Joe Flacco an elite QB, the crew does John Kelly impressions, HD television has done as much for hockey as any sport according to Chuck, in football how do they know exactly where to move the chains, Doug is still under the weather, Larry Nickel calls in with his WWE Recap, The Cat is excited that Paul Reiser made Nicksy’s Top 5 countries, Charlie says Larry should’ve gone on The Biggest Loser, texter accuses Jim of acting different when Tim’s not here, is Doug our headliner, we play The Son of Daddy Butter by request, Doug isn’t that excited about the new Star Wars film, Cardinals closer and single season Saves leader Trevor Rosenthal is up next on The Appliance Discounters phone lines, discussing the honors system when it comes to Halloween candy, The Cat hasn’t done a dinner party with his neighbors Holliday or Rosenthal, discussing the ballplayer’s art of avoiding on field interviews, Doug doesn’t blame Trevor for still being a starter at heart, getting a save is extra incentive because the media only wants to talk to closers when they blow one.
SEGMENT 2 – Who is going to replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill, Post-Dispatch columnist Benjamin Hochman checks into the program courtesy of ITD, Charlie bought an album from a rapper named Too Short and explains who he is to Doug, The Cat is trying to get Floyd Mayweather tweet back at him, the crew discusses their experience calling High School play-by-play, it doesn’t sound like Doug does much for charity, are these hosts handy with fixing things around the house, Blues broadcaster John Kelly joins the presentation to preview tonight’s tilt with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Doug attempts to do hockey play-by-play, reporters sometimes get too locked in on their next prepared question that they miss obvious follow-ups, apparently there are a lot of KMOV employees who can outlift Doug, arguing over which local news station leads in the ratings, if future Doug could talk to past Doug he’d tell him to get out of the business.
SEGMENT 3 – Doug doesn’t want to hug it out with Charlie, our own Tim McKernan calls in to update his NFL information gathering mission in California so far, we’re back on Llydia Moss Bradley potentially killing her 6 kids again, Chuck used to donate $50 per year to his alma mater Bradley, The Cat apparently learned a lot about lunch meats in college, media people actually encouraged their listeners to interfere with TV live shots by waving sex toys around, Doug gives himself a giggle fit, #AudioFun with Robin Thicke about being drunk and high during interviews, Doug turned away when the scantily clad women showed up in the Blurred Lines music video, flu shots discussion.
SEGMENT 4 – Email of the Day.