I’m gonna assume you have some free time this Easter – so why not catch up on the past week of shows, and check out today’s special release with Super Bowl XXXIX winner Benjamin Watson, who retired mid-pandemic and now is quarantined at home with his SEVEN children. He’s also an NFL Players Union rep, so we talk about the chances of a 2020 season at all.
Our socially distant game show returns Wednesday night, April 8th, with guest Jerry O’Connell stopping by and staying 6 feet away, behind glass. We’ll once again be giving away prizes we find around our house (and Jerry’s surprise contribution) in exchange for correct trivia questions. Tune into @DanielleFishel’s IG Live at 7 pm PT / …
For the second episode of The No-Sports Report, I speak with O-Line superstar Trai Turner, who was traded to the Chargers and had to move cross-country, mid-pandemic. We get into how hard it is for him to connect his internet and find furniture now living so close to the Irvine Spectrum, what he thinks of his new QB situation and which Nintendo Switch game is getting him through quarantine.
My newest podcast focuses on 3 Cameo-using celebrities per episode, analyzing their sample messages, reviews, response time and then drawing on our own somewhat unimportant opinions, to tell you if we think it’s a good deal or not.
My memoir, published by Crown and chronicling the million dollar Interscope record deal I stumbled on in my early 20’s, is NOW AVAILABLE as a paperback (with a brand new chapter and material), eBook and audio book. You can order it now at the link below.
Des is a completely blind teenager who depends on his best friend Rudy for play-by-play commentary in order to follow the action at the live independent wresting shows they attend. An in the process, they’ve created a friendship where the dependence is actually mutual.