The RD and Blade Show: Episode 3

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Many topics discussed on this here show, including, yet not limited to…a backstage look at how we’re doing this thing, Death of WCW: 10th Anniversary Edition, your grandfather playing Ric Flair, and Dennis DeYoung. Seriously.

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9 Responses to "The RD and Blade Show: Episode 3"
  1. “I wouldn’t say ‘Stole’….”



  2. TMC says:

    I’m really glad to see another RD and Blade show up. It’s great that you guys are putting out shows at a faster rate as well, 3 shows in 5 days is much better than 5 shows in 3 years.

  3. TMC says:

    I’m about half way through on this episode, two thoughts so far.

    1. Raw on the Roof intro, I believe was done to counter the debuting WCW Nitro, knowing WWF at the time it was probably inspired by something that Monday Night Football(for the NFL in general) did for an intro. I watched a making of video that aired on Action Zone awhile back, and it’s amazing they put so much into this new intro, and it only lasted about 2 months.

    2. Kevin Nash blaming AOL/TIme Warner merger. In fairness to Kevin Nash I do believe the merger had something to do with the sell of WCW. It definitely wasn’t the main reason, but there is a point to that as an excuse. Mostly considering other assets were sold since the merger.

    Also on a note on the Death Of WCW book if memory serves me correct it was listed that Black Saturday happened in 1985 in the book(I could be wrong in my memory).

  4. Matt Soileau says:

    I’ve met Dusty Wolfe. Real quiet. He also does Doink on the indies.

  5. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    No idea about how many times ZZ Top/Dusty Hill have been on RAW (I think it’s at least 3), but the last time they had a single in the top 50 was 1990 single “Doubleback” from the album Recycler (highest spot: #50), but that’s if you’re going by the Billboard Top 100. If you’re going by Billboard’s Hot Mainstream Album Tracks, the last song they had that ranked was “36-22-36” from the 2000 album XXX (highest rank: #31).

    Hope that’s what you were looking for, RD & Blade!

  6. No Pants Mafia says:

    I’m really disappointed Sir Alec is no more. I was hoping he’d read that Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan fan fiction I linked to blade on twitter.

  7. Allen Gaynor says:

    Wow, two new podcasts to listen to from Blade and R.D. since I checked a few days ago. Work productivity seriously affected today. As for the Leslie Nielsen/Ric Flair comparison, surely (not Shirley) you must be joking. Last time I saw Nielsen he looked 20 years younger than Flair. It’s only been 2 years since his death, so he’s probably looking like 10 years Flair’s junior these days.

  8. Desmond says:

    Hey, didn’t Gay Popeye call *you* rather than the other way around? No retconning!

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