To kick off Episode “Levittown, Pennsylvania”, the guys try to wrap their arms about what they just watched on Monday Night Football after mentioning a few area code 267 natives. Mitch and Scott laugh at some Eagles fans postgame commentary, take a look at the current playoff picture, and hand out bouquets to deserving players from Monday’s victory. Three guest segments are resident baseball general manager Steve Phillips on the M’s, Brian Nemhauser for the Seahawks No-Table, and a replay of the interview with Rome Odunze back in February. “Other Stuff” topics include some fine print in Shohei Ohtani’s contract, options for Belichick after the season, and details about UW volleyball’s latest commit.
- Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst
- Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
- Rome Odunze | UW wide receiver
- (Replay from Episode 226 on 2/13/2023)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:00 | The guys intended to start the show by talking about Billie Eilish on SNL, but start the show by mentioning a few notables from area code 267 before asking the question if a Seahawks playoff run still warrants a change at head coach.
9:28 | Mitch reveals the password for the upcoming three games for Beat the Boys.
14:21 | Hotshot happily reads some of the Philly fans message boards after their loss to the Hawks.
16:50 | Mr. Playoffs makes an unexpected visit after the Seahawks pulled a win from the fire on Monday night.
31:16 | GUEST: Former MLB general manager Steve Phillips returns to share his national perspective on the M’s front office moves since the end of the season and their best path forward.
47:37 | GUEST: Hawkblogger Brian Nemhauser joins Mitch in the aftermath of the thrilling victory on Monday at Lumen Field.
1:09:33 | GUEST: With the Huskies set to take on Texas in the Sugar Bowl, we replay the interview with Rome Odunze on Mitch Unfiltered back in February.
1:35:54 | The “Other Stuff” topic includes stories such as an interesting clause in Shohei’s contract, Bill Belichick’s potential next landing spot, and controversial circumstances regarding a Husky volleyball player.