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Today's KZEW Blast From the Past: LaBella and Rody (and Mike Rhyner) on Trial!


Gosh, it's been ... what ... four whole days since the last mention of The Zoo? But I can't help myself: While scouting the YouTube for something wildly unrelated, I came across this just-posted flashback courtesy one "Walter from Waco" (oh, the memories): an old KZEW-FM TV ad starring Johns LaBella and Rody and their, cough, attorney, one Mike Rhyner. Says Walter, it dates back to '83. I remember it like it was the day before the day before yesterday. An alternate version, with awful video but precious audio intact, follows.

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