Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Top 11 Worst Bits In The History of Radio

11. The Elder's Baseball Hot Stove League on the Hugh Hewitt Show

10. Mitch Berg laying an egg at the Minnesota State Fair on the Northern Alliance Radio Network

9. Nick Coleman's Wing-nut of the Week

8. KSTP AM1500's Turi Ryder offering to drive to listeners houses that call to complain and turn their radios off

7. Anything from the Common and the family Cole show

6. Eddie Schultz pretending to challenge Dennis Prager to a debate

5. Al Franken naming his show the O'Franken Factor

4. Dan Barierro stealing Soucheray's "End of the World" bit and repackaging it as "We're Done as a Society"

3. Santa's appearance on the Northern Alliance Radio Network

2. Randi Rhodes pretending to assassinate President Bush

1. The interview with Jack Bauer on last night's Hugh Hewitt Show

3 Comments:

Anonymous Doug said...

A further dishonorable mention for Hugh Hewitt's interview with "General Zod" from Superman II last week.

2:35 PM  
Blogger JB said...

Don't forget Mitch and Ed doing those freakin' Boston accents on the NARN the other week.

That show was never funny after Scott Johnson left.

4:28 PM  
Blogger Dan S. said...

Ouch.

Actually, I thought the Lileks-as-General-Zod bit was pretty good.

The Bauer bit, though? Not so much. I think it's safe to say, "Hugh doesn't know Jack."

Sorry, Mi..., uh, Mister Bauer.

10:57 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home