The Graham Anderson Show 3.31.11

Ralph Macchio is a legend among legends.  I’ll be making my grandkids sit down around the futuristic televisions that we have in 40 years to watch The Karate Kid with me and talk about how much it affected me as a young man.  Mark “Stein” Ericson stops by the show to discuss the greatest sports movies of all time as well as some of the more pressing issues in the sports world today.  Who do we think is going to win the NCAA title?  Do we care that the baseball season started today?  What are we going to do when the NBA Finals end?  Listen to the show for heaven’s sake and you’ll find out.

The Graham Anderson Show 3.25.11

Saddle up for thorough movie reviews of some of the top movies out there right now, Limitless, The Adjustment Bureau, and Battle: Los Angeles.  I also couldn’t pass up an opportunity to put Jimmer to bed this one last time with a breakdown of the BYU-Florida game as well as a full analysis of the remaining NCAA Tourney schedule.

The Graham Anderson Show 3.17.11

Welcome to the first segment of “Dudes on Drama” featuring Doug Christison, Brad Clifford, and Mikey Gatrell.  The Bachelor came to a glorious ending this past Monday as Brad Womack and Emily came together.  Sit down and enjoy yourselves as the four of us breakdown the season and the upcoming seasons of The Bachelorette and Bachelor Pad.

The Graham Anderson Show 3.15.11

How much do you love guys that slick their hair back and seem to think it is socially acceptable?  Pat Riley, Steve Lavin, Barry Melrose, Rick Pitino, and Gordon Gekko deserve the respect that they command with the hair that they have been rocking for years.  A few of these guys have a huge effect on the upcoming NC-two-A Tournament.  Sporting Wizard Anthony D. Morris joins the show to give us his picks and analysis on one of the greatest sporting events ever created by man.

The Graham Anderson Show 3.3.11

“The only thing I’m addicted to right now is winning.”  Charlie Sheen has said things that we will be talking about for years to come.  Mike Tyson better come out with some new material soon so he doesn’t lose his title of “the craziest things ever said on television by a famous person”.  Trey Clark joins the show again to talk Sheen, Governor Mark Sanford, Brandon Davies, and the Oscars.  And in case anyone was wondering, “I’m just going to sail across the winds of the universe with my goddesses.”