I absolutely love this show.. anyone else experience it yet? Flair is somewhat coherent, enough at least to enjoy the banter about old style 80s and 90s wrestling. Very entertaining stories.. And quite a life wrestlers have had..
If George Noory is telling the truth we are stuck with him until 2018. Lots more UFO PHIL to go .. So if he's right two questions: 1) will the show still be on the air and 2) if so how many affiliates will still carry it?
Ian Punnett would go on the entire time about little quirky facts about food and how restaurants fold napkins
Art Bell would get paranoid about something and speak about the deeper meaning of how we become people that ate dinner.
George Knapp would be mostly quiet but when he spoke it would be really interesting.
George Noory would ask for more bread, glob butter all over his plate, forget his index cards so remain silent, and when he got a glimpse of the waiter coming with the bill he'd quickly head for the bathroom
'Joining Ian Punnett, Professor of Psychology Douglas Kenrick will expose the selfish animalistic underside of human nature and show how human beings are a lot like howling hyenas, with heads full of homicidal tendencies and sexual fantasies.'
Ha! Can't wait for Ian's Saturday show.. Should be great
Here we go: If Art comes back, do stations drop Noory like a bag of potatoes or do both shows exist, with Art regaining the thoughtful intellectual crowd and Noory keeping the after midnight whinos and wingnuts?
Did anyone catch the Linda Moulton Howe segment the other night? George Noory told her because of cutbacks, she is fired from Coast to Coast AM and it would be her last night.. followed up by a hearty belly laugh proclaiming it to be his April Fools day joke on her.. I felt pretty bad for her, not too funny.
Although I think the real reason the joke even occurred: Howe went on for minutes about the good ole' days of Art Bell, not knowing what the topic would be, being spontaneous, and not following a script.
That I think is what made George Noory choose the cruel prank