Good ep. Starts out slow, but then Mike does an impersonation of Sonny
Jurgenson for the last 3/4 of the episode. As usual, he goes for it 110 percent -
another good character. Not as funny as ole Jack Kent Cooke, but lots of
Jesus, you can just hear how depressed Don is. I hate to say
it, but it really effected the show. He laugh and voice are
both strained. Of course, I'm not blaming him at all, I can't
imagine going through what he did, but it's really evident.
Really wish he had taken a couple of years off, gotten his
head right, and then the gang could have started up again.
Surely, CBS/WJFK would have kept a spot warm for him.