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Episode 127 – Captain Plumb Shares Heroic War Story & Jason Hamilton Checks In

RUNDOWN

The show kicks off with listener emails including one that captures Scott’s frustration about people not knowing this podcast exists. Then the guys share their candid reaction to the AFC and NFC championship games and the upcoming Super Bowl matchup between the Bucs and Chiefs and chat about the legacy of the late Hank Aaron and Larry King. Three great guests beginning with retired Navy captain Charlie Plumb followed by Husky hoops broadcaster Jason D. Hamilton and veteran NBA center Spencer Hawes. Later, the guys weigh in on miscellaneous topics ranging from Coach K lashing out at a reporter to a rare Unfiltered hockey story to Steph Curry’s latest 3-point milestone. Enjoy!

GUESTS

  • Charlie Plumb | Retired United States Navy Captain
  • Jason D. Hamilton | UW broadcaster & former Mitch Unfiltered co-host
  • Spencer Hawes | Seattle-born NBA center

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1:25 | How does Mitch Unfiltered get to the masses after being around for over two years?

9:33 | Has Pete Carroll earned the cred to stay at the helm as long as he wants?

21:31 | What did you make of championship Sunday and are you excited for Bucs/Chiefs?

38:26 | RIP to one of baseball’s most iconic players Hammerin’ Hank Aaron and broadcasting legend Larry King.

1:00:27 | GUEST: Charlie Plumb tells his story of surviving six years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam after his fighter jet was shot down over Hanoi.

1:38:38 | GUEST: Jason Hamilton is back to catch up on his whereabouts and how his family has adjusted to the new norms.

2:01:33 | GUEST: Spencer Hawes returns to the show to share some of his most memorable moments from his long NBA career.

2:23:56 | Coach K lashes out at a young reporter after a loss which rubs Mitch the wrong way.

2:33:48 | A new Guinness World Record in soccer reminds Mitch of something in hockey that amuses him.

2:36:04 | Steph Curry jumps into second place all time in three point buckets behind Ray Allen.

Episode 126 – LaSorda's Legacy & Chambers Bay PGA Prospects

RUNDOWN

Today’s show begins with recent reviews from listeners followed by details of Hotshot’s third music special for Patrons released on Saturday night. Then, Mitch and Scott chat about the unusual Schotty silence after leaving the Hawks, the exciting victory for the Chiefs sans Mahomes, and Deshaun Watson’s imminent departure from Houston. Three guests are former LA Dodgers GM Fred Claire, former NFL executive Randy Mueller, and general manger of Chambers Bay Matt Allen. To close, the guys volley random remaining topics including a major Hot Pockets recall, good-natured Bills fans, and cautionary Bitcoin tales!

GUESTS

  • Fred Claire | Former Dodgers GM
  • Randy Mueller | Former NFL GM
  • Matt Allen | Chambers Bay GM

TABLE OF CONTENTS

2:53 | The guys open the mailbag for some Unfiltered listener feedback.

9:32 | Scott released his latest musician history podcast, which rock legend did he choose this time?

23:38 | Hotshot describes another “feeling old” moment when he was at the grocery store.

26:44 | It’s odd that Schotty hasn’t uttered a peep since his separation from the Seahawks.

32:11 | The Chiefs found a way to hang on to a gutsy win after a scary head injury to Patrick Mahomes.

34:24 | Deshaun Watson has gone public with his frustration with the Texans by wearing jackets for other teams as potential suitors.

43:18 | GUEST: Fred Claire takes a trip down memory to share some stories of his late friend and baseball legend Tommy LaSorda.

1:07:14 | GUEST: Randy Mueller jumps aboard for instant reaction to the Tampa/New Orleans game from his former Saints GM perspective.  

1:31:34 | GUEST: Chambers Bay general manager Matt Allen swings by to weigh in on the 2022 PGA event opening and hosting future tournaments.

1:50:11 | If you have Hot Pockets in your freezer, you may want to toss them given the recall announcement.

1:51:36 | The “Bills Mafia” showed demonstrated good sportsmanship by raising money for Lamar Jackson’s charity following their divisional round matchup.

1:53:02 | Two early Bitcoin adopters have major regrets about how flippant they were with their stash.

1:59:09 | RIP Joanne Rogers, Phil Spector, and Sheldon Adelson.

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