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LMFAO that game recap was amazing.
i just listened to Todd's recap. I think you had a loose cable or something. some kind of interference.
I also totally started chair dancing at work at the end. However everyone already knows I'm weird so no one even gave me a second glance ha ha ha.
Aauuughhh now I have to wait months before a new show comes out. I'm going to go through withdrawal.
I know I had signed up to do more game recaps, but....man, did Todd ever set the bar high. I'm not sure I could ever, ever top that.
I'm about half way through the episode (kid keeps interrupting me....something about being hungry, I think). But I can already say: THANK YOU to the Callups. Great job. Can't praise you enough.
Another great show guys. That TVA game recap was epic. Pure gold.
Thank you Callups! Much like the Sens did, you surpassed all expectations and made this season that much more exciting to watch (and listen).Don't enjoy the off season too much.... draft day is quickly approaching :))
Stock up on Maple Whiskey :)
I think I've finally stopped laughing at TVA's game recap. That was fantastic, and a welcome relief to having to put together a recap for that game.
Guest game recaps are ALWAYS welcome, and don't let Todd's brilliant work intimidate you if you're thinking of volunteering for one. Remember, he's a professional. :)
It's been a strange few days, not having to stay on top of hockey news and getting ready for another show.
just finished the last episode. great job guys. and though i did laugh at the little dance off at the end by Canuck, i must say i was holding my breath for a Baltimora tribute.
Congrats on season 1, Call-Ups.guys, you really progressed from the beginning of the season until the end. you got a lot slicker and more confident and it showed. I, for one, am very happy the SU lives on through our listeners and I too encourage others to give it a try next year. Even if its just a weekly 10-15 min rant or comedy bit, that's fine too. it doesn't have to be a full hour long show with tons of prep and production. It can be anything re:Sens. So don't let the idea of it being too much work scare you off. Do whatever is comfortable to you. Come folks, give it a shot!
I WANT MY HOMER/TJ HATEFEST!