Mike and Mike Podcast – #014 – Download Now!

It’s Friday!!!  Bonnie is still recovering and had quite the round of appointments on Wednesday.  While we regret not getting the show to you Wednesday, we appreciate all of your kind words and well wishes for her… FAKE!

  • -So what astrological sign are you on the cusp of?
  • -Did you hear that Oprah had a nervous breakdown, or did you hear that nobody cares?
  • -Miley Cyrus? Twerking? Yawn.  Just ask Cher
  • -Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf had her web cam hacked
  • -Like husband, like wife… Carlita Kilpatrick busted stashing money in her desk
  • -Got a spare $13.45 million laying around? Why not buy Kid Rock’s Malibu Home?
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  • -Listener email! We can’t get enough of it! From your shit stories, report of Holy Water basins containing feces, listeners from all over and from all professions! Keep ‘em coming… TheDetroitCast@GMail.Com
  • -And of course more Dick Talk with Richard Gale Clark‘s letters from fans and Facebook posts
  • -So you think you can rap?  FAIL! Check out Marshall Pope shitting the bed on live TV! Email us your version of the rest of the rap for a shot at a free T-shirt! “Years ago they tried to…”
  • -And lastly, if you’re looking for a kick ass Halloween to-do item, check out the Hush Haunted Attraction (and on Facebook)

Mike and Mike Podcast – #014 – Download Now!


On April 29, 2003 Drew Sharp wrote a column for the Detroit Free Press saying Pistons head coach, Rick Carlisle was on the verge of being fired. The Pistons were down 1-3 to the Orlando Magic in the second round of the NBA playoffs. The Pistons went on to win the next three game to take the series. Sharp took some major criticism from just about everyone in Detroit sports, from fans, journalists to sports radio.

In this clip, he comes on WRIF just prior to the Detroit/Philadelphia series and refuses to admit he was wrong. He goes on to predict Detroit would lose to Philly in 6. The Pistons ended up beating the 76ers in six games however. Then as we all know, they won the NBA championship the following year.