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This PSA addresses the topic of colonoscopies with a mixture of seriousness and levity. Such that, when anchor Alan Kalter tells the audience that he’s “having one right now” as he smiles into the camera, one is lead to believe that there is a doctor just out of frame with his finger in Kalter’s rectum. Hey, whatever gets the word out.
Dan Marino has always been portrayed as a “squeaky-clean” guy. Apparently, that’s just because he bribed a woman to keep his unfaithfulness private. The messed up story, after the jump.
Even though the NFL has considered scrapping the Pro Bowl, even though everyone claims to hate the Pro Bowl, even though the Pro Bowl is filled with replacement players, you still watched the Pro Bowl. Admit it. Maybe not the whole thing, but at the very least you snuck in a peek or two just to see J.J. Watt line up at wide receiver or some intra-fan brouhahas.
Aaron Craft stepped to the free throw line after making his first free throw, trailing by 2. Intentional miss, right? Things got a little chaotic after that.
People get hit with golf balls on the PGA Tour all the time, generally they get a signed ball or glove for their trouble and the golfer hopes the spectator isn’t injured. Today was just a little bit different at the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club.
Tiger Woods did not get off to a good start today with 3 straight bogeys punctuated by 2 missed par putts inside 4 feet, but this is the kind of shot that just might kickstart a Tiger run. Unfortunately, it didn’t.
We might soon see the end of the “LeBron-as-punchline” era. Here’s why.
CBS was all out of sorts Sunday afternoon after going to great lengths to censor Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk’s middle finger — but then played an unedited cut of Kanye West’s song “Power.”
Marv Albert is back in the football broadcast booth after years of being one of the best-known NBA announcers in television. That background betrayed him during Sunday’s Colts-Browns game on CBS.