Minihane's 'Headlines' as comes at 'Stolen Valor' Callahan, as well as discussing another city official arrested and Lenny Dykstra's bizarre appearance on the Howard Stern Show.

[0:04:35] ... he gets I would rather give my money that IndyCar scanned the Formula One scam artist that you money. A dollar toll that I I misspoke or free. I would not take you a problem with ...
[0:07:24] ... one lie. He talks about hanging out with dinero. About. A book Jack Nicholson. Charlie sheen's is good friend he'd wanted to be sure work Mickey Rourke. And and it's just one life I mean I've ...
[0:09:02] ... think because he probably you know he'll make up some lie about Curt Schilling went. I loved it I don't know now to I don't know I don't know although I thought nobody loves them. No ...





The Celtics and the Hawks are the first two teams to get interviews set up with free agent Dwight Howard. Minihane makes a case for why Howard should come to Boston.

[0:00:28] ... I think the market will open up. Though we were talking about Dwight Howard free agent. Unlikely because back to Houston Rockets that keep the line. I want to throughout the point that isn't automotive supplier are. And for next Harry talked a lot that we talked about atrocities in murderers in terrorism and unfair thank you know things. That make you think the world is gone man does this up there in my top ten today the sentence. Simple sentence. Dwight Howard declined his 23 point two million dollar player option for next season. It's not enough no that's not enough point which can ...
[0:01:43] ... hoping he'd tighten port that had a. Alito will be fine with Dwight Howard if they brought in a guy a real star Dwight Howard was second polar and people could talk themselves into. If he's the offseason prize that's brought Jerry African bag for effort to ...
[0:02:33] ... you do that's different. That's the that's the best I got waved Kevin Youkilis you should be making packaged into bogeys please forgive me Kimmel I'd rather have Andrew Bogut. Auction prices right. You mean how we fare best player just look at that went out bothers me mean. And hearing from ...
[0:05:06] ... it up since then. I can't that's the best case economic for Dwight Howard is well if guys OK whoever Kevin Durant if you do you do indeed meet with Durant I'd rather than the Horford. ...






The guys discuss yet another attack by ISIS at the airport in Istanbul on Tuesday night.

[0:03:10] ... he he married and married and they. I think there must be. Common law. Am I guess is there's different stuff you need be able to have control over to even be in an apartment some ...
[0:04:09] ... Like that you do you like her at the start big league Kim Basinger that's you know. Party time days you know have yet she doesn't while QBs party she has no public in case she's cute she's like. As a terrorist no strings should look at terrorist as bond. The bomb chicks no hitter night yeah yeah united on chicks get these you know they look like it's bill is within Bernie and I didn't warn against the porn and the Warner may be like Patty Hearst to put on the Victoria's Secret runway and she's like one right that's not fair Nelson shouldn't matter you can judge you're ...
[0:07:28] ... right 6177797937. Earnest like we have to decide one of a systemic. Dwight Howard I can add a page you can you can now. Yes yes it is your jump to the crack hoop and hands anyway Dwight Howard who's the one place. Really. Drives the one place where he reaches potential weak Ambac. ...





John, Gerry and Kirk open the show discussing the Red Sox win over Tampa on Tuesday night which momentarily stops angst about the team. Also, Callahan continues to walk back his comments about male nurses, and the guys enjoy the broadcast catwalk talk on WEEI and NESN.

Same.

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Things got a little scattered in the 9am hour of D&C as the guys discuss the Chinese Dog Eating Festival, a breast feeding 'man', and a little Celtics talk too as the Durant Sweepstakes continue.
It's somewhat of a rarity on D&C, but the phone lines were open on Tuesday as the Kirk Minihane haters and MiniFans alike called in take him on.
A busy Tuesday headlines with Tim Tebow praying with a family on a plane, and Elizabeth Warren teaming up with Hillary Clinton on the road. Plus, another Minihane Masturbation Minute
A spirited 6am hour with John, Gerry and Kirk as anti-Red Sox sentiment bubbles from the hosts and most callers. Should the Red Sox fire their manager? Will they?
Dinesh finally found a way to look cool in the 'Silicon Valley' finale. (John P. Johnson/HBO)

Dinesh finally found a way to look cool in the ‘Silicon Valley’ finale. (John P. Johnson/HBO)

When Season 3 of “Silicon Valley” began, Richard Hendricks had lost control of his own company and was forced to work under a bunch of idiots. Naturally, he was miserable. By the end of Season 4, a forced sale from one group of idiots to another had Richard in a pretty similar position, though instead of being depressed, Richard and the incubees couldn’€™t have been happier.

The reason, other than the fact that they could push around their “new” money guys (Erlich and Big Head) in ways they couldn’€™t with Raviga? Because Richard seems obsessed with being on the cusp of something rather than actually achieving it. When Pied Piper is the buzzed-about up-and-coming company, he thrives. Once he achieves a shred of success, he’€™s “sweating through his sheets.” With the company now pivoting (as Jared hinted late in Season 1), Pied Piper is no longer a job for Richard, but once again an avenue for showing everyone how smart he is, which is ultimately the neurotic-yet-extremely vain engineer’€™s purpose in life.

Here are tres notes on the final episode of Season 3:

– Call me crazy, but as soon as Monica noted that Raviga was forcing a sale of Pied Piper, I was giddy at the idea of Gavin buying it. A season in which they had to work under Gavin would have been great, as he still would have remained the enemy much like Action Jack was in the early going of Season 3. He’€™s made to be unlikeable, but Gavin is one of the best characters on the show.

On the subject of villains/obstacles, the sale of Pied Piper from Raviga combined with the possibility of Monica being fired brings up one troubling question: Is this the end of Laurie? Hopefully not, as this show turned what looked to be a one-dimensional boss into one of the show’€™s more entertaining characters.

– It’€™s an upset when anything Erlich-related isn’€™t laugh-out-loud funny, so who would have thought his monologue would be so boring? The scene on which the entire episode was built — Erlich recalling how his borderline creepy lunch-hour activity turned into a company-saving offer of Round 2 funding — had enough jokes to justify how long it dragged, but for the first time maybe in show history the viewer could understand why he wears on his colleagues.

On the subject of Erlich, his overestimation on himself being put in context by the heavy hitters of the industry is the best running joke of the entire series. The look on his face when he offered to sign the term sheet, only to be told, “You can if you want, but we still need [Richard’€™s] signature,” was gold.

– Dinesh absolutely owned the scene in which he and Gilfoyle pledge their willingness to commit fraud. He tries to be so many things in this series — mostly cool, in several ways that never work — but trying to badass tops the list. The best part about it? He could be, since the person with whom he was dealing (Richard) was one of only two people on the show (the other being Jared, of course) who actually is less badass than him.

Unsung hero of the episode: Neil in the blue Kia Sportage

Best line: “How does this compare with a typical board meeting?”

Jian Yang watch: Two scenes and he knocked both of them out of the park. Keep in mind that this followed an episode in which Jian Yang had no lines, cementing that the writers are being careful to not overuse their show’€™s secret weapon.

Last season’€™s “And what about me?” from Erlich was perhaps the best walkoff line in television history, but Jian Yang’€™s “this is you as an old man”€ prank call to end Season 3 set the bar pretty high for however they’€™ll wrap up Season 4.

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