"I'm curious," asks Orlando, with a furrowed brow, "if Chris Everett [sic] has male reporters in her dressing room?" Enter another guest, Steve Garvey, who begins his response, "There are times when you may be in some state of undress...." Which is when I black out.
Too bad, since there is so much that I have missed. I did not get to see, for instance, David Letterman read the "Top Ten Least Popular Exhibits at the Baseball Flail of Fame." ("Number four: Steve Garvey's bed and on-deck circle.")
Nor did I get to see the 1958 special Dancing—a Man's Game, featuring Gene Kelly, Mickey Mantle and Johnny Unitas. Nor did I watch the documentary on professional wrestling, in which, according to the museum's description, "Host Clifton Jolley explores the myth that wrestling is fake." Nor did I enjoy the CBS year-end special from 1963, in which Dean Rusk plays badminton against Nikita Khrushchev. Nor did I....
Dean Rusk plays badminton against Nikita Khrushchev? Sigh.
Born at the wrong time.