Don’t forget to watch where you’re listening, your might have the good fortune of stepping into Part 2 of the “Impressions in Broadcasting” CDST Show, where we give due consideration to some eye opening topics, including:

Don’t forget to watch where you’re listening, your might have the good fortune of stepping into Part 2 of the “Impressions in Broadcasting” CDST Show, where we give due consideration to some eye opening topics, including:

— Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and Leslie Mann in “Funny People” …a trailer you won’t soon forget (“Well, you know”; “Do you have any friends that have any friends just like you, just funnier and way more talented”, “The one that got away .. guys got that and serial killers have that”, “you’re hiding some Judaism”, “I don’t know how to fight, I’m a comedian” “You don’t pass through fire to get to Heaven, I think he went to Hell”)
— Frank Caliendo playing both sides of the political aisle (“We went to the Middle East to get Hussein to stop Saddamizing it”) and then diving in for Madden, Pacino, the Seinfeld cast, Jonathan Winters and De Niro
— We live through a Red scare involving a 1st quarter eruption from Andy Dalton
— Tall tales about when the Twins had a real Mahomes field advantage
— What it really takes to get thrown out of a temple … like we really know
— Maahk makes the wise move of going with the mustache man just for the hell of it, and follows it up by going with the Murray of Munchkinland
— We fell in love with SF’s Tight End, and that was a fatal error
— ChabDog (and Eric) pays the price for going on the Lambs, and then he completely redeems himself by striking gold with the Vikings
— A stirring rendition of “Frosty, the Dope Man”
— Take a ride back in time to some classic bowl game broadcasts (Keith and Ara narrating as Woody punches Baumann in the Gator Bowl and Charles White runs down Ohio State’s throat in the Rose Bowl, Criqui and Brodie with the famous Orange Bowl Fumblerooski, and Lindsay Nelson doing the Cotton Bowl Chicken Soup game)
— We end with Howard Cosell’s halftime highlights from 1977
— and the Bobby Zimmerman Quicken Loans’ jingle

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