How To Never Lose A Football Bet

Larry has never lost a football bet because he has only ever made one. He won the bet and then was scared straight by the bookie. He also tells about meeting pro wrestler Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart and disavowing him when “Mrs. Anvil” shoots him a hairy eyeball.

Show Summary

Don’t be surprised when you surmise that this episode has more talk about pies. Larry declares pie as “the greatest thing in the world.” We hear the story of a joke gone wrong at House of Pies and an hilarious shaggy dog joke, also about pie.

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Finally! We announce how to get your Larry Miller Drinking Society membership card! Click here for all the info!

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Are there rude cities or just rude people? Was there anything beside pie served at the Ace Broadcasting new year’s party? Will Larry recover from the loss of the Jets? Will he recover from seeing the video of Mark Sanchez wiping a booger on Mark Brunell? Will he ever understand a spread or a hedge fund? Is the “boo” ready to make a comeback?

These, and many other questions. will not necessarily be addressed on this episode of This Week With Larry Miller.

Quote of the episode: “I don’t want anyone to come to my house. I barely want me to come to my house.”

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Show Credits

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler
Web Engineer: Sandy Ganz

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9 Responses to “How To Never Lose A Football Bet”

  1. big jim
    2011/01/26 at 5:19 pm #

    God bless, Larry. I have many friends and family members in the armed forces. A few have returned suffering various traumas; both physical and mental.
    My brother-in-law (who returned a month ago from Afghanistan) had the good fortune to talk with you during one of your visits to Walter Reed. To hear him tell it, your little chit-chat did more for him than a month of psychologists and physical rehab.
    I asked him why.
    “Larry is one of those guys, you know?” he said. “He’s a good man. A good American. When I ask myself why we’re there, shit…it’s for guys like that. Just a good goddamn guy. I love all the Larry Miller’s in this country. Gotta protect that.”

    Thanks, Larry!

    • Good Gravy
      2011/01/26 at 7:51 pm #

      Wow! Great note.

  2. JessMan
    2011/01/27 at 8:58 am #

    See ya in DC, Larry! Need any pretzels?

  3. Thor Mannion
    2011/01/28 at 10:37 pm #

    Hey Larry, if you’re looking good cherry pie . . . try Nations.

  4. MIchael
    2011/01/31 at 8:44 am #

    Hey Larry,

    Thought you might enjoy this anecdote (at least I thought so at 2am on Saturday when I kept shouting “I’ve gotta tell Larry about this” to the puzzlement of my friends).

    Anyhow, I spent this past weekend at a bachelor party with some old college buddies. In addition to taking approximately 8 weeks off of my life expectancy due to a severe sunburn from God’s flashlight, I successfully introduced “We’re driving to Florida!!” as our battle cry for the weekend, which was absurd enough given that I never provided any context for the phrase, but made even more ridiculous by the fact that we were indeed already in Florida. Despite more than a few odd looks by passersby, by the second night of festivities everyone was screaming “We’re going to Florida!!”

    I swear, I will never do this again as long as I live!

    • MIchael
      2011/02/01 at 7:09 pm #

      After sending my friends a clip of your 5 levels of drinking routine, this is the response I received:

      “I watched the clip but let me say that your version was much funnier to me….maybe not the first time, but by the 7th time or so it was way better than the clip. I think I was screaming it in my sleep that night actually.”

  5. Fin
    2011/02/02 at 4:50 pm #

    Jim the Anvil busted for drugs in Florida (9/2010)… Five Stages of Addiction also ends up with a road trip to Florida.

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