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That’s right, Rob Gronkowski went on the short-form improv TV show and was serenaded by Wayne Brady and someone who isn’t Colin Mockery or Ryan Stiles. Then he destroyed them.
The FCC Voted To Eliminate Sports Blackouts On TV… But It Means Nothing, Because Sports Commissioners Suck
Somebody is screwing over the NFL and MLB, and they’re not happy. If they lose this court case, they claim they’ll move all broadcast rights to cable. That would make us sad. Details, after the jump.
Chase Utley has decided it’s time to write back to his biggest fan — even though he now possesses none of the superlatives he did when the letter was written. Video of his response, as well as the scene where Rob McElhenney explains the letter to Dee from “The World Series Defense” episode, after the jump.
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Jerry Bruckheimer – the producer behind movies like the Pirates of the Caribbean saga and Black Hawk Down, as well as TV shows like The Amazing Race and CSI, is teaming up with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, of WWE and Fast Five fame, on a new TV show. What subject will they be throwing their many, many, many combined dollars behind? One that makes sense given Johnson’s background: pro wrestling.
Turn on ESPN2′s Wimbledon coverage right now and you’ll see a replay of yesterday’s men’s quarterfinal between Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga…instead of the women’s semifinal that’s, you know, happening now.
New York’s Vulture section passes along a terrific nugget from Screen Junkies: a montage of some of the best sports movie/TV show pep talks ever given. Video – and us trying to rectify a major omission – after the jump.