Fez Whatley: A man of his word. Well done Fez.

Turtle

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Given the history of producers with the Ron & Fez show not paying off bets, (Earl “I’ll get a Rolling Stone in studio or I will quit.” & ESD “I’ll spend two weeks away from my wife.”) I must admit that I expected Fez to pull the producer card and not deliver on his bet. Well Fez is a man of his word. Well done Fez, you faced your fear and more importantly you kept your word. Great radio Fez, thank you.
 

flyerfan116

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Fez Marie Whatley for Producer of the Year.....love teh Fez
 

cigarsandscotch

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Well done Fez, you should be proud of yourself. We all know what a difficult thing that was for you to do.

Bravo also to Ronnie for his encouragement while getting Fez into the coffin. Mr B's carnie past was really coming out while he was selling Fez on that bit. It was a great listen.
 

Turtle

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MOD: Please change don to done in the title of this thread.
 

Vyce

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Given the history of producers with the Ron & Fez show not paying off bets, (Earl “I’ll get a Rolling Stone in studio or I will quit.” & ESD “I’ll spend two weeks away from my wife.”) I must admit that I expected Fez to pull the producer card and not deliver on his bet. Well Fez is a man of his word. Well done Fez, you faced your fear and more importantly you kept your word. Great radio Fez, thank you.
You know, thank you for bringing this up. In particular, the part about Earl & Dave.

Not to take away from Fez's accomplishment today, but really, when you're absolutely shamed by a guy who's pretty much mentally ill, you should fucking feel bad about yourself.

Earl & Dave are welchers. Whatever his past indiscretions (i.e. with Elvish), Fez stood up and was a man of his word. You deserve our respect, Whatley!
 
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Great show today. More coffins.
 

Don the Radio Guy

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Fez looks weird with the mohawk. But he does look a lot healthier than in the past.

Good job Fezzie, you made for some great radio once again.
 

JOHNNY HAIRDO

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Ron kind of alluded to this, but how can a man who cries sitting in a chair, lock himself in a coffin for 2 hours, and still kill? Great pics, and that's a nice looking coffin. Gotta love Fezzie.
 

Stalker Patti

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Fez is certainly a man of his word, and I laud his walking the walk and talking the talk, unlike two other people who didn't follow through on their bets. He was sure not afraid to get in that coffin after losing the bet, even though I am still shaking , given his health issues and the risk he took being enclosed in a box with not alot of air. Anyway, he did an amazing job!:clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
 

chickenfinger

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Fez kept his word. That's why it's The Ron and Fez show. The cream always rises to the top (ewww).

I believe Fez is a born performer. He is always at his best when performing. He seems to go stagnant just sitting in his chair grunting at Ron's comments. It's a waste of a great talent. I know this sounds weird coming from a complete stranger, but when Fez kills, I feel proud of him.

You did great fez. Now kick some more ass!
 

cozzie

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He was sure not afraid to get in that coffin



have to disagree with you Patti, I can bet your virginity that he was scared as hell to get into that coffin