Listen: Chris Elliott, ESPN And Montana discussed on CFB National Championship
"Such great. I was a kid. Like, my second father used to co host his show is radio show and his television show, and I just had a very very lucky. Sure. That's a great joke. You'll get five nine curb your enthusiasm. We can't play here. But it's that joke is little blew. I blew. I found that. I imagine like many of you did heartbreaking. But also just what an honor to guts that dude who comes from the Letterman era, where Chris Elliott would be hiding under the seats in the studio that that dude would grace our universe is a guy who knows comedy. As of this is theater of the mind. We only exist in your head in a lot of ways for that guy to understand that him shouting from the shadows with something that he wanted to be associated with like that's touching that. He would grace us with with his comedy chop. You kind of start with the smothers brothers. He's an institution. And he was just hanging around in the shadows of our show. So we will all miss him around here. But laugh. Laughing. I forgot how good he was man. I forgot for seven minutes that he was gone. We'll talk to you Montana lebatardshow on ESPN radio. Can."