Wednesday, July 14, 2010

FDH Lounge Show #110: July 14, 2010

By Rick Morris

During the dog days of summer and baseball’s All-Star break, fear not: THE FDH LOUNGE (Wednesdays, 7-10 PM EDT on always has your entertainment needs covered.

Right off the bat, even before The Opening Statements of The FDH Lounge Dignitaries and our look at This Week in The FDH Lounge (which will actually kick off Hour Two this week), we bring in a very special guest: legendary pro wrestler and announcer Jerry “The King” Lawler. He has been continuously in the spotlight longer than anyone not named Ric Flair and we’ll talk to him about all of the changes he has seen and experienced since the early 1970s. Then, we welcome another very special guest: TMZ on TV Co-Executive Producer Charles Latibeaudiere. We’ll touch on all of the big celebrity stories currently percolating on TMZ.

In Hour Two, we bring your most comprehensive coverage of the aftermath of LeBron’s “Decision” and all related events that you will find anywhere. Based as we are in Cleveland, we certainly have some unique insights on the subject – and plenty of information that the rest of the media just isn’t providing. Fear not, we will fill that void as we always do.

In Hour Three, we examine whether America’s embrace of soccer during the recent World Cup could mean anything that the sport deemed “the beautiful game” by so many could reach its potential on these shores at long last. We have not one, not two, but three ideas along those lines (the third one is the best: bringing the top Euro soccer clubs to America and pairing them with US cities for a short-season league) and we’ll break down the pros and cons of each. Then, THE FANTASYDRAFTHELP.COM INSIDER examines your FDH Five Fantasy Guidelines for 2010.

As always, we urge you to watch the show live (or listen if you’re on dial-up), but if you can’t catch this as it’s happening, you can always catch the FDH archives 24-7 right here or catch us now on iTunes. Also, you can now catch THE FDH LOUNGE VAULT, a compilation of our best interviews and roundtables, now every weeknight from 6-7 PM, also on

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