Episode 124: See Empty Crosswords

Show Notes:
Recorded Wednesday, March 24 2010 (10:00 PM - 12:00 AM) at Zodiac Racquet Club, Southgate MI
    “The boys discuss Buffett & the Reefers’ recent appearance with Zac Brown Band on CMT Crossroads and then round the night off with a special, extended joke cavalcade.  (Special guest: Jennifer.  Cameos by Joe Maj & Jacob.)

    01:02 - tonight’s recording was preceded by an FSGL rules meeting to recapitulate the annual transition from wallyball to golf.  It was thought the meeting might impede on recording time, but we managed to get a podcast in before it got to late.  Which is all to preface mentioning the Mike saying “parenthetically” was to tease Schmoe for using the term during the meeting.
    01:25 - Buffett News on Margaritaville Nashville setbacks
    02:24 - Buffett World on Niagara Falls Café job fair
    03:20 - Watch Crossroads online at CMT.com
    04:50 - Buffett News report, which we should’ve read more closely before our show
    12:18 - Zac Brown Band’s “Toes” video, on YouTube
    16:11 - regarding the band lineup, Buffett News says: “They split it up into 2 sets, first the Zac Brown Band sang and then Buffett’s set.  During the Zac Brown set Nadirah, Tina, Robert, Ralph, and Utley were also on stage.  Mac joined for the final 2 songs. During Jimmy’s set Roger Guth, Will Kimbrough, and Uncle Jim joined the party.”  I guess we got fooled by the editing.
    20:36 - first clip, from The Colbert Report on Thursday, March 11

As seen on The Colbert Report


    Coincidentally, @StephenTColbert repeated this same list on Twitter shortly after Episode 124 went online
    21:10 - second clip from The Colbert Report on Wednesday, March 17.  The author is Nell Irvin Painter and the book is The History of White People.
    29:02 - joke lifted from Marc Maron’s WTF podcast, but I can’t remember the episode number any more
    P.S.: Hud did not stick around for the to the recording, but he still wanted to add the following observation: Jimmy is starting to look just like sportscaster and former coach Dick Vitale, who appeared in a commercial during the initial airing of CMT Crossroads.

Separated at birth? (From the Feet in the Paint blog.)

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