Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Three for All on Middays with MFB with Lou Merloni, Christian Fauria and Tim Benz. To hear the segment, go to the MFB audio on demand page.
– Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested Monday for stealing underwear and cologne from a Dillard’s department store at a suburban Dallas mall. He was charged with Class B misdemeanor theft and released early Tuesday on bond.
“Dillard’s has got some pretty good stuff,” Fauria noted.
“What is this guy doing?” Merloni asked. “You play in the NFL. You go to Dillard’s. What is it, just for the rush? Just to see if you can get away with it?”
Said Benz: “That’s a weird combination, too, the underwear and cologne. Was he expecting a big night and he just didn’t have his wallet, and he couldn’t go out with whoever it was without the underwear and cologne?”
– Esquire magazine named 40-year-old Penelope Cruz the Sexiest Woman Alive in its current issue.
“Now, I’m a fan,” Benz said. “Definitely in the top echelon, top tier. Maybe even a second-liner. But first-line power play? MVP? Penelope Cruz? Really?”
Explained Fauria: “If somebody is sexy, if they have a lot of sex appeal, it doesn’t necessarily mean looks. It’s how they carry themselves. Maybe it’s how they dress, maybe they’re funny. Because there’s a lot of ugly, goofy-looking guys that have hot women. It has nothing to do with their looks, because their sex appeal is their charm. . . . The fact is they’re not basing this on looks. Because if they’re basing it on looks, I could walk down the street, I could go right now, walk out of this radio station and I could find 10 in New York City that are twice as hot as Penelope Cruz.”
– A new “Ghostbusters” movie, currently being written, will feature female leads.
“How weird is this that ‘Gostbusters,’ our movie from our youth, from our childhood, is going to be all women?” said Fauria, who expressed concern that he won’t like the new version.
Said Benz: “It all depends on the cast. You find the cast list, get back to us, and then we’ll do a thumbs up/thumbs down.”