UPDATED 9-19-11 1:55 PM: Greggo is on RaGE today and is, in fact, the first voice heard interacting with Josh and Elf. So in the short run, at least, they're powering through this weekend's differences.
If you don't know what that headline means, first thing you do, you go back and read the prior article, which is here: BREAKING NEWS: Is This the End of Greggo?
Read the comments to that article as well.
Next, consider a Richie Whitt Tweet unearthed by an Anonymous commenter late last night:
"richiewhitt Richie Whitt
Bull. Ess. >RT @TCUWhiteTrash: Wish I was welcomed at Frankies today..but the other hosts have made thoughts know...being fired hurts..."
So clearly, Richie and Greggo are at odds.
How serious is it? Will hands be shaken and all forgiven by showtime? Or will Greggo's pathetic public poor-pitiful-me-the-Fan-guys-won't-let-me-play performance over the weekend persuade the CBS/Fan suits that they need to act before The Final Meltdown?
So we count down to 2 PM, unless there is a prior announcement.
Now, of course, this site is not a "source" for anything. But we've got some helpful Confessors here who keep us advised of more-or-less reliable industry scuttlebutt and what the Internet is revealing. You got it, bring it here. You can also write me at ThePlainsman1310@gmail.com.
Comments: (1) No (or only very mild) profanity. (2) Stay on the right side of the fuzzy line between criticism and personal attack.
And again: This site's current editorial position is that when Greg Williams is present and audible he hasn't been bad on RaGE, and on occasion has been very good; it would like to see RaGE continue with a healthy and responsible Greggo, at least through Mike Rhyner's contract negotiation; it does not find Richie Whitt a terrible sports-talk host, although not a particularly compelling one. And finally, it hopes that Greg is well or gets well, and stays that way.
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