Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared on late night Sportscenter with his longtime friend Kenny Mayne. It was mostly a chance for Rodgers to celebrate Mayne's quirky legacy on his final ESPN broadcast. The NFL MVP gushed over Mayne's clever swerves from traditional sports broadcasting to add a dimension of snark and cynicism to ESPN's signature show. Rodgers fielded tough questions about his sartorial choices at the Kentucky Derby and his upcoming wedding. Oh, and that little matter about whether Aaron Rodgers will show up for work in Green Bay finally popped up at 7:23 into the interview. Aaron is keeping it coy but it sounds as though he wants to play elsewhere. The problems for Rodgers are (1) he has a
What is amazing? What is hilarious? “I’ll take Whore Ads for a thousand, Alex.”
With America transfixed on James Holzhauer and his incredible run on Jeopardy... let's revisit some of the other classic Jeopardy episodes.
Don Pardo, a man of few words
Legendary game show and SNL announcer Don Pardo has passed away. For 38 years, he blasted out weekly cast introductions for NBC's Saturday Night Live. On a visit to Louisville in 1981, Mr. Pardo sat for an interview with Ron Clay and me on WLRS-FM. He handed me a scrap of paper (pictured below) that I still carry in my wallet to this very day. Boiled down it means "Keep it brief." Goodnight, Don. It was an amazing ride. Ron Clay & I had a great time introducing you to so many lovely ladies that night at Phoenix Hill and the Toy Tiger. And thanks for letting our city capitalize on your phrase "Fourth Street Liiiiiiiiivvvvveee!" Here's Weird Al's song "I Lost