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Hold On, Honey, I'll Take You to the Hospital at Halftime: Confessions of a TV Sports Junkie e-book

Author:

Norman Chad

Language:

English

Category:

Sport

Subcategory:

Miscellaneous

ePub size:

1825 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Atlantic Monthly Pr; First Edition edition (November 1, 1993)

Pages:

241

ISBN:

0871135574

Hold On, Honey, I'll Take You to the Hospital at Halftime: Confessions of a TV Sports Junkie e-book

by Norman Chad


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Norman Chad is truly the greatest author of our time. His jokes are relentlessly cheeky and he isn't afraid to go there. I recommend this book to everyone because Chad will change the way you view the world forever. Lindsay Robinson rated it really liked it Aug 02, 2017. Jason rated it did not like it Dec 19, 2016. David Hirning rated it liked it Dec 17, 2009. Christopher Lee rated it it was amazing Aug 11, 2009.

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In addition to his work on ESPN and on his Couch Slouch column, Chad wrote a book, published in 1993 by the Atlantic Monthly Press, called Hold On, Honey, I'll Take You to the Hospital at Halftime (Confessions of a TV Sports Junkie). The book is a compilation of Chad's thoughts on ESPN as a sports network, as well as criticism of different sports programs, including Monday Night Football. Chad has written episodes of Arliss and Coach. Chad is of Cuban descent on his mother's side. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park.

confessions of a TV sports junkie. Published 1993 by Atlantic Monthly Press in New York.

Chad has written about sports on TV for both Sports Illustrated and the now-defunct National sports daily. He uses the same technique to skewer TV sports as Ross Perot uses on politicians: offer a little praise to let folks know you're objective, then slap the snot out of the suckers. The spread of cable has spawned a nation of TV sports junkies, but what they watch is, frankly, often crap. Sometimes the sports themselves are at fault-truck pulls and celebrity competitions, for example-and sometimes it's announcers.

Now, just in the nick of time, Norman Chad offers a hilarious, biting, and incisive look at television sports

Now, just in the nick of time, Norman Chad offers a hilarious, biting, and incisive look at television sports. First he takes to task the excesses of sports TV: too much viewing (and its effect on the home), too much college basketball, too much talk from announcers, too much figure skating, too many replays, and too many jock analysts - not to mention the biggest, loudest personalities bringing us the games: Dick Vitale, Chris Berman, Tim McCarver, and John Madden

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Hold On, Honey, I'll Take You to the Hospital at Halftime: Confessions of a TV Sports Junkie. Answer: Let me get back to you on that one at the first TV time-out. Chad is a hilariously funny TV sports critic whose philosophy is that if something is worth doing, it’s worth doing to excess. so there I sat, hour after hour, virtually paralyzed save for my right arm’s sweeping, rhythmic motion between M&Ms and mouth.

A satirical look at televised sports takes to task viewers, commentators, and sports personalities, and looks at the future of sports on television
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