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The Deezies Afterparty, 10-20-06


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TJ: This is the Deezies Afterparty! Ty Jackson here, the host of the only show that takes a weekly look at the Deezies fa Sheezies. The Deezies were soundly defeated in Dundee, giving up four touchdowns to LaDainian Tomlinson in the 168-114 loss. This week, the Deezies are in Cooter County to take on the Tom Wopat Fan Club. We'll talk to our special guest, Deezies Sports Limited President and CCO Carson Rizor, about all of that, in just a moment.


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TJ: Thank you for joining us for another edition of the Deezies Afterparty, airing in syndication across all 48 continental states on the Deezies Sportsradio Network. [fade out instrumental] I'm Ty Jackson, here on a Friday. Of course, baseball has been the talk of the town ever since the Detroit Tigers advanced to the World Series. We now know that they will host the Saint Louis Cardinals tomorrow and Sunday in Games 1 and 2... but it's time now to take a break from baseball and get back to football and the Deezies fa Sheezies. Normally, I'm joined by the one and the only, world-famous, Coach C-Deezy fa Sheezy, but because of the adjustment to our broadcast schedule, he is unable to join us today. Instead, let me welcome to the studio the president and chief creative officer of Deezies Sports Limited... Carson Rizor.

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CR: Thank you, Ty. Let me just say that it's a pleasure to be here. You've been an amazing host and a large part of the success of this show.

TJ: Thanks. Let's cut right to it... the Deezies hung with the Dolphinz for three quarters, and then completely fell apart during the fourth. What happened?

CR: First, let me say congratulations to the Dundee Dolphinz. Commissioner Townsend has done a wonderful job with that organization and continues to redefine his role as commissioner of Fantasy Football Fever. LaDainian Tomlinson is one of the most talented players to ever take the field and he always seems to gear up for us. Donovan McNabb continues to have a career year... right now, the Dolphinz are firing on all cylinders, and, as much as we would love to bring home the championship, it looks like this is the year of the Dolphin. So there's no shame in losing to such a phenomenal team, and my hat is off to them. As for our team... remember, I'm not a coach... that's why we pay Deezy very good money to do what he does... but from the skybox, it looked like our players were mentally exhausted and weren't able to stay on the same page. I think the crowd noise had a lot to do with it... the Dundee fans love their home team, and they can make it hard for an opposing team to make adjustments.

TJ: Well, let's look at what happened in the fourth quarter... Marc Bulger throws his first pick of the season... LaMont Jordan fumbles during a key possession... and Neil Rackers misses the uprights twice. Is this a game that the Deezies lost?

CR: We certainly weren't happy with the outcome, but I don't want to take anything away from the Dolphinz... they have been a top team all year long... but it is frustrating to see our team basically take a dive in front of a national audience. I know Deezy has addressed this with his players, and we'll just have to see how they do on Sunday.

TJ: Carson Rizor, the president and CCO of Deezies Sports Limited, joining us on this special edition of the Deezies Afterparty. We're gonna take a minute to hear from some advertisers, [fade in instrumental], but we're gonna be right back. This is the Deezies Afterparty on the Deezies Sportsradio Network. [fade out instrumental]


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TJ: Welcome back to the Deezies Afterparty! (fade out instrumental) Ty Jackson, here with the president and CCO of Deezies Sports Limited, Carson Rizor. Carson, since we have you here, let's talk about hockey for a moment. Not only does Deezies Sports Limited own the Deezies fa Sheezies, but they also own the Newport Deezies hockey team and the Sainte-Foy Nordiques minor league hockey team. The Newport Deezies were the number one seed last year, losing the semifinals to the eventual champion Wounded Fools, while the Nordiques just began play this season. Can you give us the outlook for these two teams?

CR: Well, as you know, hockey went through a rough period just over a year ago, to the point that we didn't know when or if we would have a league again. Fortunately, we were able to work out an agreement with the players' union in time for the start of the season. Then there was the challenge of getting the fans to come back, and the success that we had on the ice certainly made that easier. This year, we're off to a slow but acceptable start, but the fans have been there from the start. Now, when the chance came to have a second hockey team, we had to look at the logistics and decide if it made financial sense to take on that kind of risk. As it turns out, we've been a part of the development for a Canadian football league that was originally slated to start this year, so when the debut date for that was pushed back to 2007, we found ourselves with a location, but no sports team. And that's how we ended up with the Sainte-Foy Nordiques. That said, we're still looking to put our second football franchise there, so we'll have to re-evaluate at the end of the season to see if we'll keep both teams there.

TJ: Let me put you on the spot... football or hockey?

CR: Actually, to tell the truth, it's baseball. I used to be a pretty good player back in my college years and I still play from time to time. In fact, if the World Series does go to a game 7, I've already told C-Deezy that I'll be in Detroit instead of Munger.

TJ: Very smooth. So when will we see a Deezies baseball team?

CR: That's a good question, Ty. It's very expensive to purchase a major league franchise, but we do look at both triple-A and double-A teams every year. Right now, we've got a lot of money tied up with both the Deezies fa Sheezies and the Newport Deezies, and with the Canadian league development, but hopefully in a few years we can dot some I's and cross some T's and make it happen.

TJ: Baseball in the A-Deuce... sounds like it could happen! You're listening to a special Friday edition of the Deezies Afterparty on the Deezies Sportsradio Network... we'll be right back.


TJ: We're getting ready to wrap up the Afterparty, and normally we would close with a freestyle from C-Deezy fa Sheezy, but he wasn't able to make the show, and Carson, I'm going to guess that you're not going to step into the booth.

CR: (laughs) Certainly not, Ty. I may be a man of many talents, but I'll leave the "rapping" to C-Deezy.

TJ: Fair enough. Let's talk about the Tom Wopat Fan Club, then. This is a team that many thought would win their second title last year, before they were upset in the semis by the Deezies. They're 3-and-3, same as the Deezies, but they're at home on Sunday, and the Deezies have been unusually miserable on the road this year. Is this a must-win game for Coach Deezy?

CR: Ty, I can guess where you're going with this, so let me nip this one in the bud. Coach Deezy is in absolutely no danger of losing his job. We just signed him to a long-term deal, and that's because of our confidence in him, both as a coach and as a person. The police raid, the allegations of misconduct, the coming-out party... all of the outside distractions are just that, distractions. I'm confident that C-Deezy will take this team to the playoffs not only this season, but in seasons to come.

TJ: Speaking of distractions, those Dundee cheerleaders that were with Deezy last weekend, Mandy and Candy, were pretty hot.

CR: Yes, they were. When C-Deezy introduced them to me, they looked familiar for some reason, but it may be because I had seen them on the sideline before. Anyway, he looked very happy to have them around... almost... what's another word for "happy"?

TJ: He certainly had a smile on his face when I saw him. So... wait... my producers are telling me... okay, go ahead and patch him through... I've just been told that we have Deezy on the line, calling from his cell phone. Deezy! Glad you could join us!

(COACH DEEZY is on a line that has a lot of static noise)

CD: Yo, yo, yo! Is Carson there? I need to talk to him, yo!

CR: C-Deezy, I'm here. Is everything alright there in Cooter County?

CD: Yo, I'm gonna need an advance on my next check, ya know what I'm sayin'?

TJ: Deezy, it sounds like your cell phone is breaking up...

CD: Yo, I ain't on no cell phone! I'm callin' from a cell phone! I'm in muh(censor tone) jail, yo!

TJ: Whoa!

CR: C-Deezy, don't say another word. I'm going to call our legal team and have them handle this.

CD: I ain't do nothin', yo! I wuz just chillin' wit' Candy and Mandy, down at the Daisy Dukes Strip Joint and all of a sudden, 5-0 shows up with some sorta warrant! They said Rondayne told them everything!

TJ: Wait a minute... you mean Dayne went to the police?

CD: Dayne who? I'm talkin' about Rondayne Williams, the rat that live 'round the corner from me! Yo, I told y'all Rondayne was a snitch! All them Williams kids are snitches!

CR: C-Deezy, you should probably stop talking, NOW.

CD: Yo, I'm innocent! I ain't done nothin'! You gotta come get me up outta here!

TJ: C-Deezy fa Sheezy, obviously encountering some legal trouble in Cooter County. The Deezies fa Sheezies are there this weekend to take on the Tom Wopat Fan Club. Hopefully this situation will be resolved before game time. In the meantime, join us next Tuesday for another edition of the Afterparty! One love!


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