Wednesday January 7th, 2015

Outside the Lines, ESPN's premier journalistic program, had a segment on Wednesday evening's show about New Jersey governor Chris Christie's relationship with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Things went off the rails. 

Host Bob Ley interviewed country musician/author/ex-gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman, who proved to be a bit of a character.

Jerry Jones: Chris Christie, like Nelson Mandela, makes games special​

Friedman, between puffs on a cigar, said he thought the Jones-Christie pairing is "the most important, latent homosexual relationship since Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson."

That's quite a theory.

- Dan Gartland

[video via The Big Lead]

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