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TK Signing Off Unless...

Okay, boys and girls. I'm saying good night now. Rex Grossman just got intercepted again, the second straight drive that ends with an interception. I like him, but he's not going to win this game tonight. The Colts are going to win and Peyton Manning is going to be, finally,...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 09:34 PM ET | Comments (35) | TrackBack (0)

I Missed Prince!

I'm sorry I can't review Prince. We had company and I missed Prince. I hope he was good; I've also missed the first five minutes of the third quarter but I noticed the score is the same as it was when I left. Cindy, have there been any turnovers so...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 08:18 PM ET | Comments (82) | TrackBack (0)

Second quarter

I think we haven't had enough good commercials yet. There was the Bud Light commercial with the auctioneer and the promo for Letterman and Oprah. Other than that, I'm underwhelmed. And I'm very concerned about careerbuilder has dropped the monkeys in suits and ties. There's nothing better than monkeys in...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 07:06 PM ET | Comments (85) | TrackBack (0)

Get a Grip

How weird is this??? Nobody can hold onto the football. Everytime someone starts to run, the ball pops out. And now the Colts to score. They don't have to have a TD, but they need something because the Bears always get something out of a turnover....

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 07:04 PM ET | Comments (66) | TrackBack (0)

These Colts Can't Run

The Colts don't appear to be able to run at all. That's not a good sign....

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 07:01 PM ET | Comments (7) | TrackBack (0)

Oprah, David, David, Oprah

I love this Chevrolet commercial, where people sing about their Chevys. Me, I drive a Caddy. And there aren't that many Caddy commercials. The Bud Light commercial wasn't that good, except for the guy who said, "You got a problem with that?" FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!! Oprah and Letterman!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The best of the...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 06:58 PM ET | Comments (10) | TrackBack (0)

Giant frogs!

For those of you who wondered if Rex Grossman should be out there at all, at the moment he has one TD pass and no interceptions. And Peyton Manning has one TD pass and one interception. So, at the moment, Rex Grossman is doing better than Peyton Manning. By the...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 06:54 PM ET | Comments (8) | TrackBack (0)

Whoa!

I've already gone through a bottle of red. And now the Colts kick short, and kick away from Hester, which is what they should have done all along. They have recovered with a short field to go to take the lead, and Vinatieri on their side. As Tony Dungy says...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 06:50 PM ET | Comments (22) | TrackBack (0)

TK

I am so glad that ESPN is not doing the Super Bowl this year because not only would I never get a word in, but I would be afraid to say anything for fear of looking like the biggest dope in the history of civilization. And I would have missed...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 06:43 PM ET | Comments (23) | TrackBack (0)

The Bears' drive

Didn't we all think that Chicago would try to run the ball early? Do you think they have a different gameplan for leads and tie scores? Because I think they should be running the ball, killing the clock and keeping the ball away from Manning. Karril is crocheting. This is...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 06:10 PM ET | Comments (69) | TrackBack (0)

A Great Start

I LOVED that beginning. LOVED IT!!!! Whoever had the idea to get mothers and fathers and cousins and geometry teachers to wear jerseys and talk about a loved one. That was fabulous, the best beginning I've ever seen to a Super Bowl. Fabulous and totally heart-warming....

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 06:04 PM ET | Comments (17) | TrackBack (0)

Tony Knows Who Ludacris Is!

This Cirque du Soleil stuff, while it's wonderful when you pay money to see it in an arena, is idiotic here. This kind of theatrical nonsense is what is so laughable about the opening ceremonies at the Olympics. All these freaks dressed up as refs, all these flamingo outfits, all...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 05:19 PM ET | Comments (9) | TrackBack (0)

Tony Wakes Up

Okay, I just woke up from a nap, and I'm getting ready for the game. I have two bottles of red wine, a bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue [Cindy says I need something white; I have white bread], about a pound of blackberries and yesterday I went to Delaware and...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 4, 2007; 05:01 PM ET | Comments (36) | TrackBack (0)

Tony's Update

It's 6:43 on Friday night and I'm in the office and Cindy shows me how many of you freaks have responded to my opening statement, my mission statement as it were. Some of you want some info on the radio deal. On Tuesday, Feb. 20, I'll start. I'll have Nigel...

By Tony Kornheiser | February 2, 2007; 06:42 PM ET | Comments (50) | TrackBack (0)

Tony Announces Blog Intent

Hi. I'm Tony Kornheiser and this Sunday I'll be on this website allegedly blogging. Now, I'm not really blogging. I'm just talking to Cindy and Cindy is writing this nonsense down. So really Cindy is blogging. But I promise I will pay attention to the commercials. And between commercials, I'll...

By Tony Kornheiser | January 30, 2007; 02:44 PM ET | Comments (41) | TrackBack (0)

 

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