Wednesday, March 18, 2009

FDH Lounge Show #50: March 18, 2009

By Rick Morris

This broadcast milestone has arrived at long last! Tonight, during its usual timeslot on (7-10 PM EDT), THE FDH LOUNGE celebrates the 50th episode of the groundbreaking Internet TV program where "nothing is off-topic."

After The Opening Statements of The FDH Dignitaries, we move into an examination of how the world has changed since our debut episode that aired on January 14, 2007. Many FDH Lounge Dignitaries who have graced our stage will be back tonight, including Burrell Jackson, Tim Foust, Nate Noy and Sean Trench.

We'll start by taking a look at what was already a point of interest during our first episode: what would become the longest presidential race in US history. Now, the new administration in Washington is bedeviled by a host of problems that it inherited and a Tea Party movement that it helped create. Is this country ever going to get out of the dumper? We'll discuss.

And hey, as long as we're assessing government and the economy circling the drain, why leave society out of the mix? Wrestlers like Andrew "Test" Martin are dropping over dead like there's no tomorrow. Surveys show that young people are able to justify the beatdown that Chris Brown put on his unfortunate girlfriend. Can the downward spiral of society's idiocy be arrested -- and if so, how?

Then, later in Hour Two, we preview the NBA stretch run and make some predictions.

In Hour Three, THE FANTASYDRAFTHELP.COM INSIDER (9:00-9:30 PM EDT) gets you ready for March Madness with our tournament bracket and our guidelines for a great fantasy bracket draft game. From there, we delve into our fantasy baseball mock draft from last week's program and additional information to distill from our free download, FANTASY BASEBALL DRAFTOLOGY 2009.

Then, on THE GOON SQUAD (9:30-10:00 PM EDT), we examine Martin Brodeur's monumental feat -- having just become the winningest goalie in NHL history. Then, the latest FDH NHL power rankings will help us be able to frame the playoff picture for you very nicely.

We are very grateful for the support of all of you in our audience through our first 50 episodes of "The Great American Radio Show on Internet TV." We urge you to check out accounts of our previous programs on our brand's home page and archives of our past shows here. A great future awaits this brand -- and we thank our supporters for their very large part in that fact.

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