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Thursday, October 15, 2009
Killing time until 8:07 tonightWith a question raised in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch mailbag: if you were the Cardinals, would you trade Albert Pujols for Clayton Kershaw and Matt Kemp?
No, no one is really suggesting it. It's more of a "would you rather . . ." kind of game. And for the record, my usual answers to these things are Veronica over Betty; Betty over Wilma; Bailey over Jennifer; and Mary Ann over Ginger.
Posted by Craig Calcaterra at 3:38pm
I’ll repeat the above question: who are Bailey and Jennifer?
Also; Wilma, Lois and Gabrielle. I’ve got a thing for redheads. However, Jackie beats out (redhead) Donna by a large margin, and by large I mean Donna.
Posted 10/16 at 09:13 AM
Craig Calcaterra said...
Jason: Baliey is Bailey Quarters, a character from the old late 70s sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati,” which just so happened to be the best show ever (I’ll allow Barney Miller and Night Court to enter the conversation, but I’ll lean WKRP). Jennifer was Jennifer Marlowe, another character on the show. Bailey was played by Jan Smithers. Jennifer was Loni Anderson. Jennifer was the obvious sexpot, blond bombshell. Smithers was the somewhat mousey brunette, glasses-wearing librarian type.
Over time, the CW has come around to the fact that Bailey > than the far too obvious Jennifer. Though, to be fair, I wouldn’t throw Jennifer out of bed for eating crackers.
Posted 10/16 at 09:41 AM
like the 1st 3, but I prefer Ginger…
Posted 10/19 at 06:32 PM
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