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2-2-24 After Hours with Amy Lawrence PODCAST: Hour 1

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February 2, 2024 5:50 am

2-2-24 After Hours with Amy Lawrence PODCAST: Hour 1

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The Sultan of Sizzle. The Titan of Toastiness. The Kingpin of Kindling.

These are the admired ones. Those who've created the prime place to gather. They don't just have a backyard. They have the backyard because they know a Solo Stove Fire Pit is more than just the ultimate smokeless fire pit. It's a place where friendships are forged, football is revered, and food is enjoyed. Solo Stove. The perfect flame for the big game.

A Peanut Butter M&M's Production. In a world where Super Bowl winners get the world's admiration and a fancy ring, but the runners-up get nothing, one retired cop returns. That's one retired quarterback. Read the script.

Oh, sorry. One retired quarterback returns to claim what's his. Um, that's claim a ring with diamonds made from M&M's peanut butter, but you're on a roll.

The Ring of Comfort. Coming soon to a Super Bowl new you. Happy almost Friday. Happy almost weekend.

It's almost time. Best parts about working these hours. Working after hours. Number one, we get to work NFL Sundays. Well, and we work Sundays when there's no NFL, which happens this coming weekend.

It's going to be a little bit weird. And then we're off and headed into the weekend sunset or sunrise, if you will, on Friday mornings when the rest of our sad sap colleagues have to work all the way through Friday. Poor Marco Belletti. Oh, I don't think he can hear us.

Poor David Shepherd. His weekend ends later than ours. In fact, he gets all the way through Monday usually, but he also has to work deep into the night on Friday. Womp, womp, womp. Still, it takes all parts to make this network a success. It takes all parts to make this network keep running fluidly or sometimes not so fluidly because our equipment's from 1972, but we won't talk about that and ruin our almost Friday.

First day of February and the weekend is nearly upon us. And honestly, I don't know if it was a thing by the NFL teams. Have you ever remember or have you ever heard of or can you ever remember a day when three new NFL head coaches were all introduced at once?

All of them. Jim Harbaugh, Dave Canales I didn't even realize until after the fact when I saw it on social media that he had been introduced. And then Mike McDonald, who we knew about in Seattle because we had spoken to our insider Greg Bell on the last edition of the show.

So we have a lot to get to today. We've got one head coach who returns almost as though he's the prodigal son and he's back in the NFL. That's Jim Harbaugh.

Never change, Coach Harbaugh. He is unique. He is one of a kind. And he has all of that on display in Los Angeles as he becomes the Chargers. Would you say he's the most famous charger? The Chargers face of the franchise.

At least for now. Maybe Justin Herbert can reclaim that. But for now, it's Jim Harbaugh. Then we get Dave Canales in Charlotte where he's raving about Bryce Young. And he is an offensive innovator. He's as creative, some say, as Mike McDonald. He's a guy that everywhere he's been has been able to maximize the offensive potential. In fact, Baker Mayfield is taking part in Pro Bowl festivities this week.

So there's that. That's partly Dave Canales. And he's got a lot to say about the former number one overall pick. And we get Mike McDonald in Seattle, who is a 180 from Pete Carroll. And if you missed any of the details about Mike McDonald's meteoric rise to head coach, who's now the youngest in the NFL at 36, younger than Jerrod Mayo of the Patriots, who's 37, I believe. I mean, Sean McVay's old now compared to some of these coaches that either are coming out of his tree, or, that sounds funny, or who are rising through the ranks just as quickly. It might be fun to go back actually and look at the ages of head coaches, but I know that what Sean McVay was a novelty when he was hired by the Rams. And at 38 years old, 38, hasn't he already been in place for six years?

Seven years? He was hired at 30 or 31, if I remember correctly. And so, yeah, when he was hired, he was this circus act, if you will. He was a novelty because nobody coached in the NFL at 30 or just over 30 years old. But now, there's a bunch of guys who are younger than him. What the hell's going on right now?

Right? It is sort of funny that he's 38 now and Matthew Stafford's 35. So anyway, the average age of NFL coaches is getting younger and younger. Because Pete Carroll is out, Bill Belichick is out, those were two of the oldest coaches, and they're being replaced by guys who were in their mid to late 30s. At this point, the oldest coach in the NFL is Andy Reid at 65. Now, we don't at this point believe that Bill Belichick will be coaching in the NFL in 2024. It doesn't sound like Pete Carroll will either.

It doesn't mean something can't change mid-season or in the near future, maybe a year down the road. But at this point now, Andy Reid is the oldest. And the five youngest NFL head coaches are 36, 37, and three of them at 38.

It's no longer necessary to quote, pay your dues in the way that old school would demand. We also had the final NFL head coaching spot claimed on this Thursday. Dan Quinn gets another chance after getting fired by the Falcons because the defense sucked, for the most part. Resurrecting his career with Mike McCarthy in Dallas. I can imagine he is extremely grateful to McCarthy for giving him an opportunity. And then to the Jones family for handing him some of the best defensive players in the NFL.

And I know they ended on a very sour note against the Packers and the defense was exposed. But I am sure it was hard for Dan Quinn to make this decision to leave the Cowboys. Remember a year ago he chose to stay because he felt like they had unfinished business.

Well, now he moves on. He stays in the division, which is interesting. He'll know that Cowboys defense well, right? And the Cowboys have a chance to hire a new defensive coordinator. So there's a lot happening in the NFL, even as we head into Pro Bowl weekend, which isn't really football at all anymore. It's flag football. Usually I forget the Pro Bowl festivities are going on. Jay texted me earlier, Baker Mayfield's in the skills competition.

He's a Baker boy. So it's happening this weekend, but I can't promise you I'll sit and watch. I watched a little bit of it last year because it was a novelty and it was new and I just kind of wondered how it was. Mostly too because Derek Carr was playing in Vegas essentially for the last time. And we also know the NHL All-Star festivities are going on this weekend too. There's a lot happening in Vegas.

And then even as those events wind down, you end up with the Super Bowl and the mass influx of hundreds of thousands of people. I appreciate all of your Vegas suggestions. Apparently, Fremont Street is a must, just not after 10 o'clock. And also, I've been trying to convince producer Jay that we need to go to the Mob Museum.

He wants to go to the Pinball Hall of Fame, which I'm game for, so we can play some free pinball. But I really want to visit the Mob Museum. You're Italian, don't you want to go to the Mob Museum? I'm into the Mob Museum.

Okay, the Mob Museum has got to be on our list. How much time do you have on Friday? I should have like most of the morning and into the afternoon. I got time to peruse. I've had many food suggestions, ranging from tacos on the strip where you eat outside.

Sounds good. Always. One of my best friends, Brittany, she lives in Indian Wells, so near LA. And she goes to Vegas all the time for work, as she works in the sports industry, but also just for fun. Her family will meet there. And she says there are all kinds of great places to eat that don't require an arm and a leg. But it's apparent that we're going to have to do one of those buffets. One of the buffets the hotels do that is a brunch buffet, but it's great breakfast food, but then you also end up eating lunch.

We need to find one. So anybody who's been to Vegas, we need a Friday buffet because that's the day that we're not working. So we can go and we can eat to our heart's content and then we can walk it off on the strip until you have to go.

That's a great place. Yeah, so I think that on Friday brunch, you get to meet Bob for the first time. So on Friday brunch, we should do one of those and that's your birthday gift, whether you like it or not. You pay one fee and you go and usually they're all you can eat and they have a bazillion options. It's like a New Jersey diner.

They have everything you could possibly imagine. And so we need a suggestion for a tasty, affordable, but memorable Vegas hotel buffet on Friday. Go. Oh, and on Twitter, A Law Radio or on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence.

But many of you have already sent recommendations. Jay, we've got some good ones, but yeah, I'm into the Mob Museum. I'm there for the mobs.

Let's go. I went to Alcatraz once in San Francisco. One of my favorite places I've ever been to. So I'm into that. When Super Bowl 50 was in the Bay Area was in San Francisco.

Same thing. On Friday, I was writing at the time, got off the air three a.m., went back to our hotel, slept three hours, woke up, wrote my final column from Super Bowl week and got on a ferry to Alcatraz. And it was gorgeous weather. It was in the mid 50s. It was sunny and I'm a history buff.

So that was one of my favorite things ever. So, yes, anything that has to do with the history of Vegas or as people are saying, Fremont Street, which is old Vegas, Fridays are day. And I know you'll have to end up going to the airport, but we'll milk every last second we can, even if we only sleep like three or four hours. That's it. We're up. We're at them. So sleep in Vegas, right? I don't know if they say that, but we're saying it now.

Yeah, right. The number of people who've also sent me the what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Well, I hope not because we want our shows to be heard all over the country.

So, yeah, we don't want our shows and our adventures to stay in Vegas. We want to share them with you. So right now we're out to find the perfect brunch spot for Friday. And, of course, we'll send photos. I very rarely do food photos. Well, I send them to Jay, but I don't ever post them online. I've never posted a food photo in my career. Yeah, I don't unless it's what I've baked.

So I will post photos of what I've baked. So, yeah, let's go Friday. We'll do a brunch on Friday and it sounds like it'd be the perfect way to celebrate the end of a successful week.

I love that. Yeah, so Twitter and good because it's your birthday present early. Twitter and Facebook is where you can find us and also you all are very sweet. Many of you are sending kind messages on Twitter and I appreciate it. I don't want to talk about it, but if you want to go check it out, you can on Twitter. It's too hard right now. I can't do it. But our phone number is 855-212-4227 if you want another way to get in touch with us.

855-212-4CBS. While we're talking about Vegas, we need music for our Vegas road trip. And I don't necessarily mean music that we will listen to personally. What I'm asking you for is a Vegas playlist that we can use on the air. So while we're in Vegas, producer Jay, he's going to be able to go all creative.

You want to talk about innovative? Mike McDonald's got nothing on producer Jay. He's going to be able to do some photos and videos and production and all kinds of fun stuff since he's not also going to be running the board since we have someone who's helping us from CBS Sports Radio headquarters. We need music to put on our Vegas playlist. And I don't know whether or not, Jay, you tell me, should it be music that is actually Vegas themed, meaning Vegas is in the music, or should it be Rat Pack music? Like for instance, wouldn't you think Frank Sinatra would be perfect for Vegas?

It fits, yeah, I'd say. Yeah, so we need a Vegas playlist. Vegas themed, yeah, because there's only so many songs that say Las Vegas. Like Elvis Presley I can think of. Oh, I think there's more than you think, yeah. Oh, definitely we're going to need some Elvis.

Yeah, of course. And maybe the other ways that people refer to Vegas, so Sin City, that type of thing. But yeah, Frank Sinatra comes up right away. Another one that I know, and this is an old one, it's from when I was younger, but I love some of the early Faith Hill is Baby Let's Go To Vegas. So that's a good song too.

Isn't there, there's a couple of, well, a couple, there's a lot of sad ones. Do you remember Leaving Las Vegas? Was that Sheryl Crow? I'm familiar with Sheryl Crow, not that song.

Okay, I think Sheryl Crow might have one that's Leaving Las Vegas that was part of a movie that was done that was so sad I could only watch it once. Apparently Katy Perry has songs about Vegas. Oh yeah, Waking Up In Vegas. Oh, okay, I don't think I've ever heard that one. That's what you get for Waking Up In Vegas. Oh, got it.

Okay, I've never heard that one. There's all kinds of genres that have songs about Las Vegas. So sure, they can be Las Vegas or they can feel like Las Vegas, if that makes sense.

I mean, there's every genre, even as I page through. Like Luck Be A Lady, for example, for Frank Sinatra. It doesn't say Vegas, but that's a Vegas song. It's about gambling, yes.

Blowing on his dice. Yes, I love Frank Sinatra, so I'm all about anything, Frank. So please send us your song suggestions for our Vegas playlist. And that can be done on my Twitter or on our show Twitter. Jay will put up a post.

Here's why you're going to be on our Twitter, on our Facebook. Not only do we need your Vegas songs for next week, and we will play them. If we pick your song and we'll identify the playlist before we leave. Wait, are you working Sunday night into Monday morning? So Jay's actually not working either of the first two shows next week.

Apparently it takes him longer to get ready for a road trip than it is me because I will be here on Sunday night into Monday. But we'll reveal the songs and we will play them. If it's your suggestion, you will hear the song that we've chosen, the songs that we've chosen. Definitely Elvis in there, absolutely. This is going to be so much fun.

So you're going to need our Twitter or our Facebook addresses to be able to submit your song suggestions. But it's also a show in which we induct the next member of the After Hours Hall of Flame. Not fame, you don't want to be famous for the reasons that we induct you. We're talking rants, we're talking flame outs.

We're talking lose your mind, angry, generally if you have to be bleeped out, you have a better shot at getting into the Hall of Flame. For Pete's sake. See, Patrick Mahomes is kind of mild. Well, he may be kind of mild until he loses his mind in the AFC Championship. Jay, do we have that drop again?

You let me know when you have it. We might need to use this. Although it's not really our audio, it comes from NFL Films. But this is Patrick Mahomes losing his mind after the first touchdown on the opening drive of the AFC title game in Baltimore. The Sultan of Sizzle. The Titan of Toastiness. The Kingpin of Kindling.

These are the admired ones. Those who've created the prime place together. They don't just have a backyard. They have the backyard. Because they know a Solo Stove Fire Pit is more than just the ultimate smokeless fire pit. It's a place where friendships are forged, football is revered, and food is enjoyed. Solo Stove, the perfect flame for the big game.

A Peanut Butter M&M's Production. In a world where Super Bowl winners get the world's admiration and a fancy ring, but the runners-up get nothing, one retired cop returns... That's one retired quarterback. Read the script.

Oh, sorry. One retired quarterback returns to claim what's his. Um, that's claim a ring with diamonds made from M&M's peanut butter.

But you're on a roll. The Ring of Comfort. Coming soon to a Super Bowl new you. Hey, Mel. Bri here. Gotta work from home today because the whole family caught a nasty- Daddy!

Hey, Mikey! If you're gonna puke, find the popcorn bowl! But my availability is 110%. Coincidentally, so is my fever.

Kidding. Mel, I'm so cold but hot. But I'm gonna get you that budget just as soon as- Mikey!

Popcorn bowl! Press 1 to use Instacart and get your family's sick day essentials delivered in as fast as 30 minutes. Press 2 to keep working. Do not press 2.

Just use Instacart, Brian. O.J. comes back to the ball and holds it in! Go all day, boy!

All day, boy! He can't guard you! He can't guard him! He can't guard him, dog! He can't guard him! He can't guard him!

He can't guard him! We're here! We're here! Now see, that's pretty, that's pretty tasty. That's definitely Hall of Flame material. But it actually would say it's probably not likely to win because usually the people that win are the ones that are pissed about something.

Like, they're angry. There's so many good inductees into the After Hours Hall of Flame that one of my favorite things about doing the induction is that you get to hear all of the previous inductees, well, many of the previous inductees. We can't do them all. So it's a Hall of Flame Friday. By the time we reveal to you the next Hall of Flame inductee, you'll be well into your Friday. It's also a night when we're asking you for both your buffet suggestions because Jay is all into a Friday buffet in Vegas.

Before he's, well, I was going to belt it out like Sheryl Crow, but I can't, leaving Las Vegas. Before he's leaving Las Vegas, he needs a buffet. And we need the Mob Museum.

That's it, I'm in. The Stratosphere is another very popular suggestion. Is that the roller coaster? Yes, on a building.

I've seen that, I think. So Bob's afraid of heights. So he may have, I know, right? He may, especially if something's moving. Does he like roller coasters? No, no, he's afraid of heights if it's moving.

Like if it's, yeah, so that's going to be a problem. So he's not going to be walking a tightrope or bungee jumping anytime soon. But you and I can do the roller coaster because that would be fun. Although if it costs $400 to get into the Stratosphere.

Which it might. Yeah, and do, I don't think the company's going to reimburse us for a roller coaster. Not expecting that, no. One of the managers who will be on the road with us in Las Vegas, his name is David. He said to me, make sure you keep your receipts because Jay and I will have to Uber and or cab it to Odyssey Las Vegas. So the studios that we'll be using to host our shows Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday are not on the strip.

They're about eight miles west of Allegiant Stadium. So we'll take a cab or an Uber out. And he said to me on the phone on Thursday, make sure you keep your receipts.

Either digital, take a photo, or do an actual paper receipt. I didn't have the heart to tell him that the other bosses already said we're not getting reimbursed. But that's the outgoing boss, so you know. Is he really our boss anymore? He's not, right?

It's up for debate. I mean, he's lame duck. Oh, he's dead man walking. I mean, he's right. We don't have to listen to him anymore.

That's how that works. Am I about to get fired? I don't know. Before Vegas. I might be leaving in Las Vegas.

What happens in Vegas? Oh, we're not done yet. Anyway, I'll just say, well, David told me to keep receipts and submit them.

Thanks, David. Okay. We keep receipts around here. We do.

We do definitely keep receipts around here. So send us your Vegas playlist, though Jay will put up a post where you can reply at After Hours CBS. That's also where you'll vote for the Hall of Flame induction.

You'll hear those candidates for the first time coming up. We're going to do them next, Jay. Or no, let's do some basketball next, and then we'll do them at the back of the hour. And then also, if you want to, what was the other thing? Oh, send us your buffet suggestions. We're asking you for so much, I know. You all are, you're ride or die with us, right?

That's the point. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence, CBS Sports Radio. It's good. And the Lakers lead 97-85. Austin was Drew Holliday, one of the best defensive guards in the NBA all over him. Austin shakes Holliday, runner in the lane.

Good. What a night for Austin Reeves. He has 30 points, and the Lakers lead by 12. Reeves down the middle, hook pass to Prince. Prince driving on the left baseline. Throws it out to Hunter Moore, down to Russell. Three-pointer. It's good. And the Lakers continue to bomb the Celtics from three. 19 of 36, 53 percent.

110-98. This is After Hours with Amy Lawrence. What if I told you the Los Angeles Lakers would not have LeBron James or Anthony Davis, and instead they would go into Boston undermanned, overmatched on paper, and come away with a win in a game in which they dominated most of the night?

That's what real men do. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. There are no Celtics highlights as part of that montage.

Only John Ireland on Lakers Radio, and they did not account for Austin Reeves. Seven three-pointers, 32 points, and he knew. He knew the weight was heavy on his shoulders. Anytime you don't have those two, it's going to have to be a team effort.

You're going to have to come together collectively and just grind. We're all talented players, and this is an opportunity to show the world what you can do. I just think it came from the guys knowing that no one probably believed that we had a chance tonight. And I told them before the game that no one man has to step up and carry the big load that our two captains not being there presents.

It has to be a team effort. Meanwhile, the Celtics had both Jalen Brown and Jason Tatum. That's their big two, or the two all-stars, perennial all-stars that drive the bus. They also had Drew Holliday, who can play very strong defense. Dana White, and he's good for a few threes, right?

Well, not on this night. Kristaps Porzingis, he was one for seven from downtown. White, one for five from beyond the arc.

Brown, O for three. Al Horford, two for six. They did not have a shooting night that you would connect to their style, right?

Or you would connect to their record even. They're the best record in the NBA. And yet, this happens, sometimes they go colder than cold. We saw it in the playoffs last year, right, a couple of times against Miami. Meanwhile, the Lakers shoot the lights out from three, not just Austin Reeves, but they're better than 50%.

But that's just part of the story. Yeah, this was rough. So, Joe Mazzulla, what happened? We didn't play as hard as they did. They played inspired.

There were 70 minutes and 35 shots available for multiple guys, and the guys on the Lakers team took advantage of it. And we just didn't play as hard as they did. We don't really make excuses.

I don't think anybody in the crowd or anybody wants to hear that excuse. We got to come out and play basketball each and every night. And tonight, tip right off to the Lakers, they played a lot harder than us. We don't sugarcoat it.

Even though he came out and said he's excited, this is not a good spot to be in. We don't want to build bad habits. We want to play the game the right way. We want to guard, defend, respect our opponents.

And that's stuff you got to do on a night in and night out basis. And we didn't do that tonight from top to bottom. And as a leader on this team, I'll take responsibility for it, but we got to be better. Fans are going to think it's the end of the world and we lost to the Lakers.

Without AD and LeBron, end of the season, boom, done. But it's just a loss. It's just a loss, which we have to learn from. Could Kristaps Porzingis have taken any more polar opposite tone than Jalen Brown? Not that the sky is falling and the season is over, but Jalen is very, I would say he's very accountable for the fact that they did not play hard, that they essentially mailed it in in stretches, thinking that without LeBron and AD that this was going to be an easy ride in Boston and it wasn't anything of the sort. And so he's owning up to it.

Meanwhile, Kristaps Porzingis, well. Boom, done. It's just a loss. Like the season, you know, people are going to think it's done. That's it, we're cooked. Eh, it's just a loss. It's just a loss. Okay.

That's true, but sometimes you might want to keep that opinion to yourself. We got to be better. Thank you, Jalen.

It's just a loss. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. One of my favorite things this time of the year is when first-time All-Stars find out that their dreams have come true. I love that.

Really cool. And so you had a couple of brilliant performances from guys who earlier, before the game, found out they would be NBA All-Stars for the first time ever. One of them, Tyrese Maxey, had a career high. Also, Jalen Brunson, who is quickly becoming one of the most reliable point guards in the NBA.

A big reason why the New York Knicks are seeing a surge this season up to the top of the Eastern Conference. So find us on Twitter, ALawRadio. Again, thank you for your kind words.

You're very sweet. We're asking you for Vegas music. We need Vegas music. Hi, Marco.

Hello. I don't actually know if you've ever been to Las Vegas. I have not. Okay, so you and I are the last two in the media world that have never been to Las Vegas. But you know lots of music. Everyone loves to sing about Vegas. What type of music? See, I'm thinking Rat Pack and Frank Sinatra.

But there's every manner of music. There's, well, didn't AC DC have a song called Sin City? There's every manner of music about Vegas, from Elvis to Frank to Faith Hill to AC DC to Cirque du Soleil to INXS. Yeah, I got to tell you, I think of Vegas, I think of Tom Jones. Didn't Tom Jones play in Vegas forever? I mean, Elvis did it obviously for a long time. I feel like, isn't that the bread and butter for Tom Jones?

Isn't like the only place he plays is Vegas? If you had my feet in a bed of fire, I couldn't name one song from Tom Jones. Oh, come on. What's the name of that song? I have no idea. Bot, you know what I'm talking about.

I have no idea who that is. It's not unusual? Yeah, there you go.

It's not unusual. You would know it. Don't tell me you don't know it.

I don't know the name of it, but that's the song I hear. Yes. Okay. I told you I'm not cool. There is no, cool.

Tom Jones has got to be 70-something years old. Okay, but I told you I'm not cool. No, you know that song.

There's no way you would avoid it. I know Sheryl Crow leaving Las Vegas. Remember that one? Very haunting song.

Maybe we should play a little. I know Sheryl Crow. I didn't know that. I don't know that song. I'm pretty sure that's her.

Does it cover? See, that's another good question, but I thought that she belted it. It was a hit. It was a really good song. Leaving Las Vegas? Leaving Las Vegas. Yeah, and actually it was the theme song.

She may have been nominated for an Oscar of some sort because it was a theme song for a really popular movie. Not Leaving Las Vegas. Yeah, the movie was also Leaving Las Vegas. That was Nicolas Cage's Oscar for Best Actor. Yes, yeah, yeah. Was it Las Vegas or Leaving?

Leaving Las Vegas. Okay, and wasn't it Elizabeth Shue who was in the movie? Yeah, she got nominated too, but she didn't win. She's phenomenal.

She's one of my favorite actresses of all time. So, yes, it's old. 95. Right, it's an older one, but the song, I think, yeah.

This? Yeah, this is Sheryl Crow, right, Leaving Las Vegas. But, of course, she belted out. It's a really good song. Anyway, so we're going to have to play that one because that's one of the only ones I know. Leaving Las Vegas I'm aware of.

Yep, that one for sure. And so there's lots of music from every genre because people love Vegas. And if we're talking residencies, Carrie Underwood's done a residency, Celine Dion. There's all, I mean, name it. You name it and everyone's done a residency. I feel like anybody that, once they get really popular, they hang out there for a few years. Right. And they get paid. Right.

I mean, Elvis started it and everyone's followed suit. So cool. That's awesome.

Makes sense. So we're really looking forward to it. So we're asking people for their Vegas Playlist suggestions. And also we've decided Friday morning, I wish you were going to be there, Friday, maybe mid-morning, we're going to go and do a blowout brunch. One of those where you get breakfast foods, but then you get all you can eat. And there's probably seafood and whatever else. There'll be lunch food as well and entrees as well. I'm cool with mixing stuff. I got to tell you, pancakes and like scallops, they go together.

Yeah, all you got to do is eat them separately and clean your palate. That's all you got to do. They come and take your plates and you know, I'm in.

Jay and I are in. This is what he's getting for his birthday. There's a lot of things you can mix together. I don't know. Seafood. I feel like scallops and clams are different from waffles. Love, love, love. Well, your waffles and pancakes can be your dessert.

And then you have the syrup and it's delicious. Jay and I are in. We're all into doing some kind of a big brunch on Friday to celebrate leaving Las Vegas. Well, he's leaving. I'm not leaving at that point, but yes, really excited. Cannot wait.

I'm happy for you guys. I wish you were going to go. Yeah, that would be cool.

It would be nice to go out there, but you know, one of these days I'll get there. Yes, you will. All right, we'll have lots of pictures and stuff. Now, are you working next week?

Yes. Okay, so when we're hosting the shows, we'll still be able to talk to you and tell you our stories from Vegas. As if I haven't lost Jay by then. We're going to go to the Mob Museum. I may lose Jay in the Mob Museum. There's a chance.

He may find his people. Also a chance. You're Italian as well.

That I am. Wouldn't you love to visit the Mob Museum? I didn't even know that. I was unaware that there was a Mob Museum. Yeah, I just heard about it. But yeah, this is a real.

Yes, it's a real thing. It's a Mob Museum. The official Mob Museum. Official Mob Museum. I love that.

So we're going through like with the Lucchese family. And Capone. You know, all the good ones.

Okay, all right. They can't all be Italian. That would be a stereotype, really. There's got to be some Russians in there. Who else? Some Irish. Oh, there you go. Irish mob. There we go.

I was going to say it depends on how the museum is set up. I don't I don't know what their theme is. I don't know what their. We're going to Google it.

Plan. Yeah, the wings of the heritage is. I don't know. Some of it's also when you say like it's not official because some of it's it's history, but it's not. You don't know all the details necessarily. The better the mobsters you are, the fewer you have represented in the museum. That's true. That's kind of the point. You're supposed to do this quietly. Absolutely.

We know some things we don't know all. Fantastic. I love it. Undercover of night.

We're collecting your brunch suggestions, your music suggestions. Vegas is on the horizon. I feel like a kid in a candy store. What if I get there and I hate it? Oh, well, I'll be leaving Las Vegas at some point, but I don't know. It's a lot of lights. There's a lot of actions, a lot of fun.

I mean, like a lot of radio. There's nothing to hate. You know, just make sure if you're gambling, just, you know. Oh, I'm not gambling.

I don't have any money. Responsibility. I'm spending my money on Jay's birthday brunch. That's all. OK, so next hour, here's the deal, Marco. Next hour, Jay is going to. Oh, you're not going to be here next hour. No. Oh, OK.

I forgot. So really quickly, Jay, one guest from next week. So Jay's been working hard on the guest list. One guest that you want as like a sneak peek at your guest list that Marco needs to know how cool it's going to be. One sneak peek will go Oscar De La Hoya. Oscar De La Hoya is going to be our guest in Vegas. That's going to be awesome.

Jay's got some secrets that he's I can see them on his face. He's very excited about his guest list. So that's going to be fun. You don't want to miss it next week. We will miss you, though.

I know you won't, but that's OK. No, I so will. That's OK. I missed you those seven years we didn't work together.

All seven every day. I was here. No, you weren't. I make it sound like she did because she would tell me you were back with us officially.

I would say it to Mark. I am here. It's not like I didn't work here. I'm still in the building.

Well, just not with us. Roaming the halls. You were you were busy doing other cooler things.

Cooler things. Bouncing around. I'm like duct tape. They just put me all over the place.

Yeah. I'm rubber. You're glue. Whatever you say bounces off me and sticks to you. Because I wish I could say I was glue. Glues like binding. I was duct tape. It hurts, though, when you rip it all over the place.

Yeah. It doesn't look great, but it'll do the job that it's me. I once held a bumper on my car for two years with duct tape. It never fell off. It was fantastic.

I had to constantly reapply. Not I go a little fast, so the bumper would kind of flail. Yeah.

You could see it in the rearview. All right. Coming up next, we've got your Hall of Flame candidates.

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Practice. On After Hours, the biggest meltdowns in sports history. Playoffs? You kidding me?

Playoffs? I'm a man. I'm 40. I want to eat his children. Are immortalized with an infamous distinction. Can't do it. They are who we thought they were.

You played to win the game. Now it's time for Amy Lawrence to bring you tonight's candidates for the After Hours Hall of Flee. Put that in your package, folks.

Here's Amy Lawrence. He's an idiot. Don't believe what they did. It was true.

Cold maturity. It's your job. What in the... was that? Take that for data. Amy actually stuck her finger up her nose.

The ref really wasn't even listening. Just run it. That's a real good thought.

I tried to activate my glutes the best I could. I'm here so I won't be a clown. LAPD was called. If you're not going to punch me in my face when you see me, then shut up. Stop it right now. We're still here. Our roster looks great on paper. Whoop-de-hell.

All right? They're very fiery under the covers. What kind of mythical powers does the Sun Devil have? We've got to consider that. He's pulling down his pants. Put off your pants, my man. Lord, now they're cuffing them. When I came in, they're like, yo, you got to like, show, like, what you got to do.

You got to do it. This is one of those seasons, you know, nothing went our fucking way early. We battled through injuries.

Yeah. We fucking grinded. I wasn't even fucking here. That was our last inductee to the After Hours Hall of Flame. So it's been a while. We get busy during football season, and then your hosts had to go away and get married for heaven's sakes.

It's been a little nutty. The last time we inducted a member to the After Hours Hall of Flame, it was Justin Verlander following the Astros win of the American League pennant. So now it's time to induct a new member to the After Hours Hall of Flame.

First of all, you need to be able to vote. So find our show, Twitter, After Hours, CBS, as soon as the poll is up, we will pin it to the top of that account. Of course, you're sending your song suggestions for our Vegas road trip.

Also on our Facebook page, After Hours with Amy Lawrence. Now, here's the thing. We could end up having a repeat inductee, which is crazy, but you'll see what I mean. We're starting, though, with one Jason Kidd, who just wants us to be happy. Don't worry, be happy. Now, I'm making a big deal about it this year because shit is going good, right? So write some positive shit. I just asked you a question.

And I'm giving you a fucking answer. Like, you guys, there's all right to write positive stuff. People will read your positive shit. You don't always have to be negative, right? Like, it's just the world's already negative enough, right? So let's see some positive stuff on some positive people that are playing, doing their job on a nightly basis.

He'd had enough of the negative storylines and negative clickbait. Jason Kidd, candidate number one for the After Hours Hall of Flame. Also from the NBA, Darga Ryakhovich, who recently lost his mind when he didn't like the number of free throws the opponent got versus what the Raptors got. We have star players on our team as well. Scotty Barnes, who is all-star caliber player in this league, he goes every single time to the rim with force, not trying to get foul calls. He gets two free throws for the whole game. How is that possible?

How are you going to explain that to me? They had to win tonight? If that's the case, just let us know so we don't show up for the game. Just give them a win.

That was not fair tonight. And this is not happening first time for us. Scotty Barnes is going to be all-star. He's going to be the face of this league. And what's happening over here during whole season, I've been calling you back. It's a complete crap.

My favorite part is where he says, I've been holding it back. Not anymore. Darko on a rampage. Is he the After Hours Hall of Flame's newest inductee?

All right. We switched to football. Mike Vrabel, losing takes on a different connotation now, but this was going into week 18.

Why we're not mailing it in? It sucks to lose. Did you have another thought or no, I'm just curious why it sucks losing awful. That's why I want to win losing or not having a job, which one bleeping sucks more.

Finally, we've heard from him a bunch lately, Travis Kelce explaining why Justin Tucker was being a punk. It's always if you're trying to go on to the other team's designated area, you kind of stay out of their way. That is the unwritten rule. That's the unwritten rule.

If you want to be about it, you keep your helmet and your football and your kicking tee right where the quarterbacks are warming up and they're dropping eyes are looking left and they got a helmet down by their feet. If you're not going to pick that up, I'll happily move that for you. He was kind of winking at me like being a about it, trying to get under the skin. Got me and Pat. We were we've been having the same mentality for this game all week long and sorry if we took it to a level that you didn't think it'd get to that way.

But if you're going to be a promise you, I can one up every time. That does not surprise me from the new heights podcast, Travis Kelce and Jason in the peanut gallery. I'm still team talk, even though he was definitely employing a little gamesmanship. Who is the after hours hall of flame inductee of choice poll will be up momentarily on our show Twitter after hours, CBS also on our Facebook page. And while you're waiting for that poll to appear magically, send us your brunch and Vegas playlist suggestions. After hours with Amy Lawrence, CBS sports radio peanut butter M&Ms production in a world where Superbowl winners get the world's admiration and a fancy ring, but the runners up get nothing. One retired cop return. That's one retired quarterback. Read the script. Oh, sorry. One retired quarterback returns to claim what's his that's claim a ring with diamonds made from M&Ms peanut butter, but you're on a roll.

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