Wednesday, October 13, 2004


Still watching "Clubhouse" so you don't have to

What I learned from "Clubhouse" this week: the New York Empires' scheduling is such that they would play a night game Friday, and then what was referred to several times as a "morning game" on Saturday. (This was presented as the justification for the batboys having a sleepover in the stadium.) Also, while baseball players may enjoy dancing with Brazilian swimsuit models, they enjoy even more talking about Kurt Vonnegut's "Breakfast of Champions" with the model's translator, who turns out to be her mother (who for some reason never bothered to teach her daughter English, despite she herself knowing enough English to read Kurt Vonnegut's "Breakfast of Champions").

On next week's episode, equipment manager Doc Brown gets a computer put on his desk, but he doesn't know how to work it. However, batboy Pete, our hero, is a 16-year-old boy and therefore a computer expert. I guess Doc Brown isn't comfortable with any technology within the range 1985-2015 (i.e., anything that comes after the DeLorean and before the Mr. Fusion).

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