Willie Springer, Wed, 18 Dec 2013 14:10:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: A Christmas Carol edition, Cat bragging about his wealth, interesting rant from coach Barry Hinson, looking for the over/under on the 2014 Cardinals regular season win total, the Blues lose 4-2 to the San Jose Sharks, concerns with ‘The Note’ besides the second period when they usually pawn, The Drive Home had a nice interview with Cardinals manager Mike Matheny on Tuesday, texters think there’s too much talk about the Redbirds, hello again from Mike Lee, making Penny jealous while she’s out of town, Doug’s safety deposit box, one of the dumbest calls ever from Rich in Maryland Heights, Doug still has not received his Cadillac from Rich, Tigerboard usernames & an original discussion about french fries.
SEGMENT 2 – Breaking down the lyrics from “Wake Up Little Susie”, trying not to be French, audio from the store owner that sold a winning Mega Millions ticket, helicopter sound effects from Doug, back to the rant made by Barry Hinson & wondering how Hinson could be reprimanded.
SEGMENT 3 – Doug is looking to change the game of hockey, wondering if the puck is right for the sport, discussing columnist Dan Shaughnessy’s column on not being a fan while covering sports & not being overly critical when covering a team.
SEGMENT 4 – Sarah Bilbrey from Hope Hospice discusses what their organization is doing to help heat up seniors, Dave Matter writes about Missouri Tigers DE Michael Sam breaking his media silence while defensive coordinator Dave Steckel walked out on the media after the Tigers’ embarassing peformance against the Auburn Tigers offense, hearing from Blues defenseman Ian Cole, ‘The Note’ getting off to slow starts, why the Sharks have been dominating the team, the travel schedule is always a factor but the players know the schedule and have to adjust, Hitch did not have much to say following the game yet Ian anticipates some thoughts from coach at practice, the injury bug taking its toll over the past few game, his hockey nickname should be ‘Colesie’ & another visit with ‘Dear Prudence’.
SEGMENT 5 – Email of the Day