I was thinking this morning on the drive in that I'd like to hear a Touchdown Brothers segment (although I thought Gordon's ADD Josh Hamilton was pretty good), when the foregoing thought occurred to me.
Think about it:
-- Distinctive voices.
-- Distinctive, even over-the-top, personalities.
-- Distinctive verbal tics.
-- Endless fresh material.
-- Everyone would get all of the jokes.
-- The jokes would be funny.
There would, of course, be challenges:
-- Who would do all the voices? I have a very dim recollection that in the past The Musers have employed guest impersonators. I'd nominate Gordon for Corby, maybe George for Mike, and find some baritone-voiced comic to do Danny. ALTERNATIVE: Gordon do all three voices but make it a produced segment, not live, and use the digital voice processor to create amusing facsimiles of one or more of the voices (Danny = absurdly deep and mellow, Corby = absurdly chirpy and brittle).
-- Civil unrest at The Ticket.
-- Accusations of kicking The Hardline when it's down.
Anyway, Gordon, give it some thought.
|"The Musers can do what The Hardline does, but The Hardline can't do what The Musers do."|
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