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TV Redux: Hammer Time

The guy on the right will be the Father's Day guest on Doocy. The guy on the left doesn't give a damn.
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Apparently, Greg Williams’ recent TV appearance wasn’t as bad as some of you/us thought.

At least not according to Fox 4 sports anchorman Mike Doocy and his perfect hair, who has invited Greggo back for an encore performance next Sunday night, June 15th. In fact, I hear Williams may become a monthly staple on Doocy’s very watchable Sports Sunday.

Speaking of Williams’ media career, I also hear that he is still talking with ESPN Radio about a weeknight gig. I think settling on a partner (Nate Newton is apparently off the list of candidates) is the last hurdle, but this thing’s dragged on so long now that we wouldn’t be surprised if it never happened, right?

From the feedback – keep those cards and letters coming – you guys don’t particularly care for Williams on TV or Gordon Keith on TV.

Just wondering, are these objective critiques of TV performances, or an oozing out of discontent over the direction of your favorite radio station? -- Richie Whitt

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