Minihane, Tanguay and Mut discuss the Red Sox blown 4-1 lead to the Yankees on Wednesday night and John Farrell's role in Steven Wright hurting himself while running the bases in LA on Sunday.

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Gary Tanguay and Mike Mutnansky are in with Kirk Minihane and the guys discuss the inside-WEEI battle for top D&C fill-in host, cue calls for 'Team Mut' vs. 'Team Tanguay'
Some inside radio talk with Tanguay & Minihane on the race between Gary and Mike Mutnansky, who Gerry Callahan likes, and tacked on at the end some movie chatter from the 6:45 segment.
Kirk and Gary welcome weekly guest Curt Schilling to comment on a rumor that he would run for president in 2020 as well as the state of the Red Sox.
Tanguay and Minihane weigh in on the pulled David Ortiz bobblehead giveaway from Tuesday night's Red Sox game, and whether the item was pulled for having racial connotations.
Producer Ken Laird reads the Wednesday news headlines for Minihane & Tanguay to react to, with no surprise Donald Trump back as the top story. Michael Phelps is also discussed.
Tanguay & Minihane talk about the Patriots injuries to Julian Edelman and Rob Ninkovich. Gary thinks the spin control is out and things are worse than they appear by the news stories.
It's just Minihane and Tanguay in studio with John & Gerry on extended vacation; the guys discuss the Dino situation as well as why Gary's babysitter recently quit.
Minihane and Tanguay are joined by Tara Gelsomino of Crimson Romance, who claims she and her company are considering publishing Gary Tanguay's erotic writings under his pseudonym Taray Garrison.

If you thought Snoop Dogg narrating Planet Earth was exciting, you better strap in for this one.

Snoop is teaming up with lifestyle queen, Martha Stewart, in “Martha and Snoop’s Dinner Party,” a new cooking show on VH1.

“My homegirl, Martha and I have a special bond that goes back,” Snoop said in a statement. “We’re gonna be cooking, drinking and having a good time with our exclusive friends. Can’t wait for you to see how we roll together!”

“At our dinner party, we will exemplify America’s fascination with food, entertaining and celebrity,” Stewart said. “‘Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party’ will redesign the traditional food competition shows in a new, different and very funny way.”

Count me in.

The best part of this series is it will be UNSCRIPTED, meaning it has the potential to go off the rails in a thousand ways. Their previous collaborations include the Comedy Central roast of Justin Bieber and making mashed potatoes on Martha.

Judging by the latter, this new show could be a masterpiece. Five minutes into the potatoes, Snoop said, “What is this again?” and then put Cognac in them.

I can’t wait.

And if you think their different personalities are too ironic, the two are actually not as different as you think. As many have pointed out, Stewart has done a little more prison time than Snoop (though he was once on trial for murder and, fun fact, his lawyer was Johnnie Cochran) and Stewart’s prison nickname was “M.Diddy.”

So it’s pretty much two gangsters throwing dinner parties. It is scheduled to premiere this fall and I will be severely disappointed if Dr. Dre is not a guest.

 

Blog Author: 
Lucy Burdge