Opie's dinner with the enemy?

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Rev

I'm a member of the elitist media, maaan!
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I'm guessin' it was with Mel, and it's Op's way of treating Erock kindly in the industry. He's always been overlooked as a good samaritan in that respect.
 

underdog423

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I'm guessin' it was with Mel, and it's Op's way of treating Erock kindly in the industry. He's always been overlooked as a good samaritan in that respect.
I think it's a different Mel.
 

Budyzir

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I seriously doubt it's Hoohoo, there's simply to much bad blood between them. Mel is a good guess, maybe an initial discussion on a post merger company?
 

PartyRock24

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#6
I was thinking Hoo Hoo But i don't think that Opie would do that. But Mel is a very good guess.
 
#7
Mel would have sold advertising time tot hat dinner, so who else could it have been?
 
#9
I don't think it would be Mel but possibly someone else at Sirius. Unless its Howard Mel doesn't deal with too many on-air personalities
 

PMB917

Black Earl fan since day one
#13
Perhaps Gary.....although I think Steve Kingston is a better guess.
 

wetandstickyjim

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#18
Mmmm. Yes indeed, Mel is a good guest and he did have advice for Erock so he was around for a while and demands some respect. And yes, the Jimmy serious discussion was a bit obvious. I don't think Kingston brings that much to the table. So I'm going with Mel.
 

Rackrunner

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#20
I would say Sabian or Scott Greenstein
 

badcellphoneguy

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#21
My list is as follows:

1. Jeremey Coleman
2. Mel Karmaizian
3. Rick Del Gado
 

stellarcomics

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#25
it was probably someone from Clear Channel. Smart money would say that if CBS is trying to weasel out of their contract, the boys want an ace in their sleeve.
 
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