Originally I wrote the Brigade debuted this year; they were a 2017 expansion team. The error has been fixed.
An earlier version of this post said Thon Maker left the bench to join the fight; he was on the court at the time. Apologies for the mistake.
Hi! Dan from Deadspin here. I have some information to add so the Jezebel commenters can make an informed decision.
I didn’t get to it until like three weeks after it aired, and by then I figured it was too late. If you send me an email I will type out some thoughts about it just for you, however.
While searching for a Pat Burrell photo, I found this one that sums up 2003 pretty well.
Originally, this post had a link to a CZW show instead of a Chikara show. I fixed it. Here’s the original link to the CZW bit if you want to see some more good pro wrestling silliness.
Here’s the scene with Ganim’s editor.
I can answer this! The cheerleaders and band members who got to ride with the team were those who had early flights out the next morning (Penn’s spring break is this week).
To note: Spoelstra said Wade’s foul came as a result of a “miscommunication.” (He only wanted the Heat to foul if Wade missed one of those three free throws.) So don’t expect Miami to do this again, I guess, even though it worked.
The Eagles have a longer cut.
This was actually a rule in Rock ’n’ Jock football one year. I like it!
Wow, Ben won $13,000 on this episode, though three grand of it is in sunglasses.
The Porkchop will be back for All-Stars Season 7.
This is the best part of the show. It’s like if Drag Race were combined with Survivor.
This is my favorite moment so far.
My favorite thing about the Drag Race Hall of Fame is that RuPaul put herself in it, too.
Haha, whoops! I fixed this.
A note for Vikings fans: There was a police horse puncher in Minneapolis recently, too.