Monday, January 02, 2006

Some important questions arising from the bits of the Leafs-Penguins game I saw tonight:

1) Why was Bill Watters sweating so profusely during the first intermission?

2) Did you see those two kids singing behind Michel Therrien?

4 Comments:

Blogger Brenda Schmidt said...

Sheesh, with all the hockey I watch, one would think I'd pick up on these things.

10:27 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

Ah yes, the key is to switch the game on periodically to check the score while you're supposed to be doing other things. Just register what's on the screen when the picture comes on. You see amazing and weird things. It's kind of like looking at just what's on the page, except different.

Seriously though, Watters's sweat was disturbing. Don't they put ridiculous makeup on commentators? I think he was sick.

10:35 PM  
Blogger Tracy Hamon said...

Personally, I think watching this much sports means you both have too much time on your hands. Ha.
:-)

1:12 AM  
Anonymous Connolly said...

Two theories on Watters (and yeah, Geez does the guy sweat -- reminds me of this cheesy "Living Garden" mime I saw impersonating a fountain at a buskerfest in Montreal.

1) He's dying

2) Nick Kyrpeos has a firm clamp on his balls under the desk

KC

3:38 AM  

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