Mike, Tommy and Kevin discuss the little focused-on Lewis, who was Gordon Bombay’s driver. They try to figure out if Lewis is good at his job, why he cared so much about his candy and why he stayed with the Mighty Ducks after Gordon Bombay was fired.
Shoutout to Lewis:
Mark Appel was the No. 1 pick in the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft.
Lewis’ does not talk about cake but does infer a rock-and-roll lifestyle. His line: “That was the life. Chicks. Parties. Amps cranked up to about eight jillion decibels…”
M.C. Gainey is 69 years old right now and definitely still alive.
Hanson’s new song is called “I Was Born.” It’s no MMMBop, but it’s pretty good. NPR called it fantastic.
The Hanson Brothers are currently
The trailer for “Blank Check”:
Tone Loc was a rapper and actor. He played Juice in Blank Check. His main rap hit, Funky Cold Medina:
Lewis literally shaking down Peter:
Lewis celebrating with the team after Bombay was fired from Ducksworth’s office:
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A line from Lenny Dykstra’s Wikipedia: “On July 13, 2012, Dykstra pleaded guilty in federal court to three felonies: one count each of bankruptcy fraud, concealment of assets and money laundering.”