Duane Watson: SNL, Janet Jackson and how Internet Killed the Radio Star
Updated: Mar 26, 2020
Duane Watson (TSN / NBATV Canada) joins the podcast this week and takes us on a magical journey that spans almost more topics than Clay can keep up with. Starting with a subject we all wish was better enforced; sports scrum etiquette (4:51) we move to Lego, the building blocks of champions (11:03), then to the origin of Duane's nickname (15:46), TV binge habits (24:43), the Janet Jackson story (35:31), Duane's move to sports (41:18), Star Trek vs Star Wars (53:35), NBA talk (1:16:56) and then we end on Clay's firm belief that Saturday Night Live is an American institution that must not change (1:18:40).
00:04:51 - Sports Scrum Etiquette 101
00:11:03 - Lego: The Building Blocks of Champions
00:15:46 - "Sweets": The Origin Story
00:24:43 - TV Binge Habits
00:32:46 - Duane Breaks into the Music Industry
00:35:31 - The Janet Jackson Story
00:41:18 - The Internet Killed the Radio Star
00:53:35 - Star Wars vs. Star Trek
01:00:18 - Where were you on 9/11?
01:10:10 - The Tragedy in Las Vegas
01:16:56 - The NBA Season is Starting
01:18:40 - SNL is an American Institution