A lawyer for one of Ethan Crumbley’s parents may join them in jail, Shawn is standing on his head and ML and Marc ask Intern Al to help them make sense of it all.
ML, like the Smiths, is “Still Ill,” but he took the Z Pack before coming to the studio so the only thing he’ll spread is holiday cheer.
With all the successful college football being played in Michigan these days, Marc opts to start the show by asking ML to relive the trauma of witnessing the Spartans’ latest spanking. Marc asks ML for his take on the Michigan State Spartans new head football coach Jonathan Smith. ML says he has a couple reasons he likes the hire … then lists about a half dozen.
The Connor Stalions myth was exploded Saturday when the Michigan Wolverines beat the Ohio State Buckeyes, at least according to Marc, who went on the disabled list shortly after The Game.
Tresa Baldas of the Detroit Free Press dials in to discuss the latest shocking developments in the Ethan Crumbley case – including how one of the lawyers in the case could end up behind bars. Check out her latest story here.
Intern Al, who is 16, shares what it’s like to go to high school these days and how “Hide, Run, Fight” has made it even harder to be a kid.
Shawn dials in from East Lansing where he met MSU’s new football got a chance to catch up with Mark Dantonio, the program’s winningest coach, who demonstrated a new appreciation for the media.Al discusses some bonus options for potential Patreon subscribers. Please send your own suggestions to [email protected]
GEEK OF THE WEEK: The jogger who filmed himself shooting someone who blocked his path is too vile to be this week’s geek, so ML opts for another lawsuit loser who tried to pay off a judgment in change.ROOM 7609ML just finished watching “The Americans,” inspiring him to book Kim Wilde into the New Wave suite to perform “The Kids in America.”
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