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2005.02.14

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Janice in GA

Hey, I kinda miss Joe Garagiola! You knew what you'd get -- silly comments about how cute the "little guys" were. If you haven't seen "Best in Show" you should check it out. They nail him perfectly.

Catherine D.

Oh, I think Best in Show is why Joe's no longer doing commentary :) I love that movie!

Janice in GA

Ok, I've actually listened to some of the commentary tonight and I have to say:
You're right. The commentator is an idiot. And he knows nothing/zip/zero/nada about dogs.
My favorite moment was when he mistook the beardie for an OES. And he said he *owned* an OES. Jeezopete.
At least Joe G. was cute.

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