6 Bs and a P: Van Dorn (Season 2, Episode 13):
The Browns looked bad this week. So what better time to make one of our good friends (who doesn’t watch or particularly like football) watch the Browns game in its entirety and come talk about it with us. Needless to say our friend Aaron cannot understand at all why we would root for this time and even has suggestions on other things Cleveland might be able to do instead of play football. We are joined also by Ian, Wiebe, Michelle, and Sherri to discuss how sad the game was and look for bright spots ourselves. When that fails we talk about crazy names. Go Browns?
I’m thankful for Chud – a coach that seems to get as sad and angry as the rest of us… and happy, you know, every once and awhile.
Great episode, guys and gals! Sorry I couldn’t be there during the recording. Here are some of my thoughts on the topics you covered.
The Browns are not my excuse to drink. They are my excuse to tie my hopes, dreams, and emotional ups and downs to something over which I have absolutely no control. I guess it’s more like my political affiliation. Or my religion.
They weren’t booing you, Mr. Weedon. They were chanting, “Boorandon! Boorandon!” Oh wait. Yeah, they were definitely booing you.
Information on the only effective Wildcat offense can be found here: http://www.sarna.net/wiki/Wildcat_(MekTek)
Thanks for liking my name, Wiebe. You’re the man!
Aaron van Dorn’s description of what a wide receiver does is one of my favorite things ever.
“This question shook me to the corn.” Genius.
I’m amazed it took until season 2 episode 13 for a “Taters” reference to come up. Lycopene!
I sensed some serious tension after about the hour mark. I feel like we’re building up to an Ian vs. Sherri cage match at the end of the season.
Roll for initiative!
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