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Come Up With A Chant For The Fans To Welcome Pagano Back

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Hoping Pagano returns to Lucas for the final game think of a welcome home noisy roaring chant by the fans to make him feel the love.

How about five minute of CHUCK-CHUCK-CHUCK!!!!!!!!

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I believe CHUCKSTRONG - CHUCKSTRONG - CHUCKSTRONG would be appropriate.

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How about the theme from Welcome Back Kotter

...with Reggie Wayne as Freddy "Boom Boom" Washington, Andrew Luck as Barbarino, and a cameo appearance by Bill Polian as Mr. Woodman.

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...with Reggie Wayne as Freddy "Boom Boom" Washington, Andrew Luck as Barbarino, and a cameo appearance by Bill Polian as Mr. Woodman.

 

mcafee as arnold horshack

 

[wonders what percentage of readers have no idea what we are talking about]

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I had the pleasure of being at the Bills game, and it was an incredible atmosphere when 60,000+ got on their feet for Chuck when he came out of the suite. Magical. :blueshoe:  :disco:

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...with Reggie Wagner as Freddy "Boom Boom" Washington, Andrew Luck as Barbarino, and a cameo appearance by Bill Polian as Mr. Woodman.

Ok who will be Epstein

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Ok who will be Epstein

 

Fili Moala could be Epstein...

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Welcome back
Your dreams were
Your ticket out
Welcome back
To that same old place
That you laughed about

Well, the names
Have all changed
Since you hung around
But those dreams
Have remained and
They've turned around

Who'd have thought they'd lead you
(Who'd have thought they'd lead you)
Back here where we need you
(Back here where we need you)

Yeah, we tease him a lot
Cause we got him on the spot
Welcome back

Welcome back
Welcome back, welcome back
Welcome back, welcome back
 

or (this guy rocks)...

 

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mcafee as arnold horshack

 

[wonders what percentage of readers have no idea what we are talking about]

 

 

"Mista Coterrrrrrrrrr"

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mcafee as arnold horshack

 

[wonders what percentage of readers have no idea what we are talking about]

I wish that I didn't know what you are talking about.

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I wish that I didn't know what you are talking about.

 

 

at least the theme song wasn't bad :)

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at least the theme song wasn't bad :)

Ughhh, I would writhe in discomfort when forced to watch any part of that show. I can only imagine how poor Gabe Kaplan felt making it.

 

And one of the main characters was born in my hometown. I can't tell you which because we've all been sworn to secrecy to protect the town's reputation. :P

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Ughhh, I would writhe in discomfort when forced to watch any part of that show. I can only imagine how poor Gabe Kaplan felt making it.

 

And one of the main characters was born in my hometown. I can't tell you which because we've all been sworn to secrecy to protect the town's reputation. :P

What's worse is watching Gabe Kaplan try to play and commentate on professional poker...UGHHH

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What's worse is watching Gabe Kaplan try to play and commentate on professional poker...UGHHH

Never had the "pleasure". Feel free to tell me what channel that's on so I can avoid watching it by accident.

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He co-hosted some kind of late night cash game poker a couple years back.....Not only was it bad commentating, he just plain looked bad...They say he's actually not too bad a player...I found an article..here are some excerpts.

 

In a frank interview with Poker News Daily, new host of GSN’s High Stakes Poker confessed to being more than a little surprised by Gabe Kaplan‘s sudden departure from the popular poker show.

 

Actor comedian Gabe Kaplan first took up poker in 1978 and has since gone on to amass around $1.3 million in live tournament winnings. Among Kaplan’s impressive list of achievements are 9 cashes at the WSOP for $497,659, as well coming 3rd in the 2004 Mirage Poker Showdown for his biggest score to date of $256,519.

Such is Kaplan’s level of expertise that on one famous HSP episode he even took time off from the commentators box to go down and join the pros in some  high stakes poker action.

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Welcome back

Your dreams were

Your ticket out

Welcome back

To that same old place

That you laughed about

Well, the names

Have all changed

Since you hung around

But those dreams

Have remained and

They've turned around

Who'd have thought they'd lead you

(Who'd have thought they'd lead you)

Back here where we need you

(Back here where we need you)

Yeah, we tease him a lot

Cause we got him on the spot

Welcome back

Welcome back

Welcome back, welcome back

Welcome back, welcome back

 

or (this guy rocks)...

 

Nice Ukulele cover there! I like the whistling too.  :thmup:  It's an instrument seldom heard these days...A nice, unconventional choice Archer.  ;)

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I'm guessing clapping and yelling wins out.

or simply ...BYAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Did anyone here see the movie "We Are Marshall".   The part where the entire student body of Marshall University gathered outside the administration building when the decision to discontinue football was being voted on.  They all chanted "WE"  "ARE" "MARSHALL"!!!  over and over again.

 

"WE" "ARE" "CHUCKSTRONG"    "WE" "ARE" "CHUCKSTRONG"

"WE" "ARE" "CHUCKSTRONG"    "WE" "ARE" "CHUCKSTRONG"

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I believe CHUCKSTRONG - CHUCKSTRONG - CHUCKSTRONG would be appropriate.

 

For the return...

 

"We are... (clap,clap) CHUCKSTRONG! (clap, clap)"     [Repeated over & over]

 

 

And for the playoffs...

 

"United...(clap, clap)...We stand...(clap, clap)...ChuckStrong! (clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap)"  [Rinse and repeat.]

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For the return...

"We are... (clap,clap) CHUCKSTRONG! (clap, clap)" [Repeated over & over]

And for the playoffs...

"United...(clap, clap)CONFLATING...(clap, clap)...ChuckStrong! (clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap)" [Rinse and repeat.]

Don't think we will be hosting a playoff game this year

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Don't think we will be hosting a playoff game this year

LOL...yeah guess I got so caught up in the euphoria of Pagano being back that I missed that little detail.   :D 

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or simply ...BYAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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