With Brett Favre calling it quits, most people are talking about how they're gonna miss the fun, gritty gunslinger. Others are talking about his tendency to throw interceptions in key situations. And then you have Robot In Disguise, a blog that's talking about Favre's role in There's Something About Mary and looking back at The Most Unintentionally Hilarious/Awkward Athlete Appearances in Movies.
Yesterday we posted a hysterical video of a soccer analyst going off when his play-by-play partner brought up Tom Cruise during a crucial part of a game. Well, the awesome Hot Clicks readers have come through with more information on this one-of-a-kind announcer. Charlie Goldberg of Winnetka, Ill., says "His name is Ray Hudson, and he is so over the top it's great, he makes Gus Johnson seem quiet. He has a cult following and even a Web site dedicated to his best quotes. The Web site is basically all things Ray Hudson and it's http://hudsonia.blogspot.com/. It's really amazing." Darin of Charleston, Ill., also alerted us to the site.(See below for more Ray.)
His Legacy Lives On
So a husband and wife, who are big Packers fans, just had twin boys on Wednesday. What does said couple name the newborns?Brett and Favre. Seriously.
Nobody Wants The Name "Wrigley" Anymore
Wrigley Field isn't the only thing that's naming rights are up for grabs. As Out of Right Field tells us, "A Chicago family that lives near Wrigley Field has put up for auction on eBay the naming rights to its beloved family yellow lab, Wrigley, asking $1,000 as an opening bid."
The Angry T tells us that the nanny who accused David Beckham of having an affair with her has parlayed that scandal into landing on the cover of FHM.
Ray Hudson talks about all the baby-making that's gonna go on in Madrid after a big win by the country's soccer team.
Music Video Of The Day
The Final Countdown -- done with cellos.
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