Mike Lantry, 1972
OT: Frank as Mel Kiper.....:))
The only unrealistic aspect of the imitation is that I liked Kiper in this....
I don't believe in nothing anymore, man.
Life gets better when you stop caring about ESPN and giving in to their "page view metrics are the only thing that matter in life" attitude.
It was funny until the coffee bit. Stupid.
Is that a title associating Frank Caliendo and a smiley face? Someone please burn this thread to the ground and let's pretend it never happened.
then you need to work on your sense of humor.
Yes is was a smiley face. The second parentheses was used for a double chin.
Its Friday. Lighten up......:)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
Thats the funniest thing I've heard all day
Ah....so all the other Franks on the planet were rocketed into the Sun and *THE* remaining Frank's surname is no longer necessary, for there is no need to distinguish him from the now banished Franks.
I feel ya.
Mel Kiper (YTMK) right after the bit, and I have to say that the way he handled it surprised me. I could have swore he was a much bigger d-bag than the way he responded suggests.
I saw that segment last night and the funniest part, to me, was Kiper's reaction. He doesn't look comfortable with (everyone's) perception of him. Or maybe he felt like McShay was making fun of him. McShay and Caliendo are just pointing out the obvious.
A smiley face in the title?
A PLEDGE PIN!?!?!?! ON YOUR UNIFORM!!!!
tonight and tomorrow night... at a new club there.
I got tickets to the Saturday night show... hoping it'll be a good time.
What club is he at? I didn't even know he was in town.
At Destiny USA.
Mel needs people making fun of him. He knows all the names and all the reports but he doesn't get that football games are won and lost at the line of scrimmage. He's always all about the skill positions. He's improved since McShay came along but it's still bad. Hell, it's like he didn't watch the first round looking at his best remaining. The first 8 have no OL/DL. They occupy 8/9 of the 22 positions. It could be that he does understand the game and ESPN pushes him to talk about highlight positions but does that make him any better?
I'm sad. I thought this had to do with Frank Clark pretending to be Mel Kiper.
I guess the OP assumed that Frank=Frank Caliendo.
What's amazing to me is that I found something on espn that was actually amusing.
The next bit on autoplay has Kiper in it, and watching Kiper talk after watching the impression was the most I have ever enjoyed Kiper. Of course, that isn't saying much.
Frank has serious talent...
The next funny thing that Frank says/does will be the first funny thing that Frank says/does.