Mr. Show was a great sketch comedy show from the mid 90s on HBO. It had a very loose format and it seemed like they would just throw everything against the wall to see what stuck. Some stuff was hilarious. Some was not. Here is one of my favorite sketches:
Fri., June 4 vs. North Carolina L. Dale Mitchell Park, Norman, Okla. 7 p.m. CT
RADIO: KALX Radio (90.7 FM) is tentatively scheduled to broadcast the June 4 North Carolina-Cal game, plus additional NCAA regional action.
BEAR NOTES: The California baseball team (29-23) received an at-large berth into the 2010 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and competes in the Norman, Okla. Regional, hosted June 4-7 at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The Golden Bears enter the regional as the No. 2-seeded team and will face No. 3-seeded North Carolina (36-20), Friday, June 4 at 7 p.m. CT. It is Cal's third NCAA regional berth since 2001 (2001, 2008, 2010) under head coach David Esquer, and it is the program's 11th NCAA regional berth all-time. The other teams in the Norman Regional are No. 1-seed Oklahoma (44-15) and No. 4-seed Oral Roberts (35-25), who will play at 1 p.m. June 4. After taking two-of-three last weekend from then-No. 21 Oregon, Cal put itself in position for its second NCAA regional berth in the last three years. Junior first baseman/outfielder Mark Canha is batting .323 with 11 doubles and nine home runs (including three grand slams), and leads the Pac-10 with 67 RBI. As a team, Cal ranks second in the Pac-10 in slugging percentage (.473) and third in batting average (.319) and triples (20). Other top hitters for the Bears include freshman designated hitter/third baseman Tony Renda (.365, 19-2B, 4-3B, 3-HR, 35 RBI), sophomore catcher Chadd Krist (.344, 15-2B, 3-3B, 10-HR, 43 RBI), sophomore shortstop Marcus Semien (.333, 17-28, 2-3B, 4-HR, 34 RBI) and junior second baseman Brian Guinn (.324, 12-2B, 4-3B, HR, 29 RBI). Cal pitchers have notched seven shutouts this year and feature Erik Johnson (6-3, 3.62 ERA, 70 strikeouts in 72.0 innings), Justin Jones and Dixon Anderson (5-3, 5.09 ERA). Freshman left-hander Jones, Friday's starter, is second in the Pac-10 with 10 wins (10-5, 3.77 ERA), fourth with 98.0 innings and fifth with 30 strikeouts looking. Jones has been a part of two shutouts and has thrown two complete games this season.