T.J. Simers on USC head football coach Pete Carroll:
I asked if he had spent any time in Nebraska, and he mentioned his in-laws, and then said he could not remember the name of his in-laws.
I thought Carroll was kidding, but he said he really could not remember the name of his in-laws.
"What are in-laws?" Carroll asked, and I swear I had to explain to him that his in-laws are his wife's parents.
"Not all the distant relatives like aunts and uncles?" Carroll said. [source]
Hahaha. Genius indeed.
Keeping with a Boston sports history theme…
With all due respect to co-director Christopher Reeve, Everyone's Hero looks inordinately stupid.
"In Depression-era America, a kid named Yankee Irving finds a talking baseball named Screwie in a New York sandlot, and they set off to return a talking baseball bat (voiced by Whoopi Goldberg) to Babe Ruth."
Evidently, Ruth's had a few drinks.
I guess Joe Torre plays himself.
What is it with Fox and talking baseballs? Scooter was insufferable enough.
I can't see this movie appealing to anyone outside the Tri-State Region, and even then, there are only so many mouthbreathers in the area.