While reading about the Gordo vs Nasty Nestor story on WFAA.com, (which I found by going to theticket.com, then not finding a link to gordonkeith.com, but then entering gordonkeith.com, but being told “your loved”, then being redirected to gordonkeith.wordpress.com and seeing the link that took me to wfaa.com ) I read the same thing I heard all day. If you listened all day like most P1′s, you know everything there is to know.
But something caught my eye at the very end of the article, let me show the screenshot:
“formerly” ? ? ? If the show is still in existence and on a looong hiatus, why would they use the word formerly? If you watch, or watchED the show, you might remember when he had the psychic on where she told Gordon he will be moving on to a better opportunity. Then there is the last episode where he had Rhett Miller on and the last song he played, the lyrics mentioned something about moving on to something different (can’t remember the lyrics exactly) but the camera panned to Gordon, who looked like a little school girl, then softened up picture as he walked out of the studio. A very symbolic shot, kind of how you hoped the Sopranos would have ended. Then if you go to the GK Show site at WFAA, the last post says:
It’s also our last show before dry dock, we are going to take a long vacation. Will I die in the end? Will I get the girl?
After typing everything I did above, I went back reading through Gordon’s blog and one post it sounds like he wants to tell us it was canceled, but doesn’t. The comments say it over and over, but I couldn’t find anywhere that he actually said it. Maybe it was said on The Ticket and I missed it, but I’m sure someone will fill me in if that’s the case. I had already typed all this shit so I figured I’d throw it out anyway. Maybe it’s news to someone.
As some of those that commented on his blog mentioned, maybe a Rant television show? How about a Rant Cowboys Mystery Theater? Anyhow, stay hard.
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