Tuesday, January 17, 2012

JUNES: GET WELL SOON

That's not a wish.

That's a demand.

8 comments:

Kickballhead said...

i concur.

birq said...

His food poisoning tale this morning was one of the funniest segments I've heard in a long time. He purposefully didn't share any of it with George or Gordo before hand, so their reactions were genuine and it was really amusing. He still sounds like hell though.

Anonymous said...

Junes is the best storyteller on the Ticket, by a mile. Today was a classic.

The Plainsman said...

First things first:

Kickballhead, I don't believe I issued you my customary hearty welcome to My Ticket Confession after your first postings a few days back. Your trenchant commentary is always welcome.

I had to feel a little sorry for George and Gordon, who weren't prepared to run an entire show on Monday through no fault of their own. They're pros and they soldiered on manfully, but over the last half-dozen years Craig has become the dominant personality on that showgram as far as segment generalship is concerned, and his absence was keenly felt.

I missed the first minute or so of his story -- did he say where he'd been poisoned? I'm assuming it was not All-Pro Foundation Repair.

normalguyguide said...

Craig is, by far, the most underrated talent at the Ticket. His stories and segments have long since been my favorite part of the Musers - and that's much more of a compliment to Jr than it is a cutdown of Gordo and George, since I love their contributions as well. That story he told today was beyond great.

The Plainsman said...

And a warm welcome to you as well, NormalGuyGuide.

You can read more about Normal here and see some pictures of him with our daytime heroes: http://www.normalguyguide.com/

normalguyguide said...

Ah crap, Plainsman. Now I need to update my blog(s). Haha.

Long time reader, first time commenter. Thanks for the welcome.

Little Weak Jeremy said...

Hmm, I have to say I had a different impression of Junior's absence. Not that I wouldn't rather have had him back, but I enjoyed the different chemistry with just Gordo and George -- Gordon seemed less predatory than usual, or maybe it was that George was actually a little looser (at least re: relations with Gordo). Anyone else agree?