The 80s, the decade that brought us larger than life action heroes, coming of age comedies and teen horror movies. Skip and Josh go back in time to countdown their favorite movies from the 1980s. Also in this episode: March Madness without Duke and Kentucky? Listener mail, some late night NHL game times and the possibility of a CFL-XFL crossover.
Additional links that were discussed in this episode:
In this episode: Quiz time, Josh’s plan to finish the seasons in the NHL and NBA (Skip is not on board), more classic sports on TV, football news and the top five Duke players of all time.
Recorded April 11, 2020.
Josh opens this episode with a few things that are bugging him including daylight savings time and leap years. Eventually the topics turn to sports where the guys discuss unworthy player tributes, more good XFL rules, the NFL’s strange relationship with gambling, Tony Romo’s huge payday and Spike Lee vs. the Knicks. Recorded March 8, 2020.
In this episode: NHL news, including everything you ever wanted to know about EBUGs, a couple of big wins for the Leafs, the trade deadline and Ovy’s 700th goal. In football the NFL is working on a new CBA but should probably be looking at the XFL for some new rule ideas. Josh finally saw most of the Super Bowl commercials and the guys are watching the same new TV show.
Recorded February 29th, 2020.
Recorded Jan 28, 2018. Josh has a lot of stuff to get of his chest this week and Skip is happy to help him out by discussing the Habs situation with Carey Price, the NHL All Star game and the NFL Pro Bowl skills competition. The XFL is making a comeback, should anyone even care and can it work? Josh has something that’s really bugging him – NBA jerseys!? The guys discuss the one and done era and how its affecting the level of play in college basketball and in the NBA. Skip was screwed by his cable company while watching NCAA basketball. Vladimir Guerrero is a hall of famer, does that mean another road trip to Cooperstown this summer?