Well, it’s been a depressing month for yours truly. The curse of our Chicago TV babes have continued. The first nightmare occurred earlier in the month when Jimmy D’s favorite, WGN’s Erin McElroy, tied the knot to meteorologist and co-worker, Demterius Ivory.


Then, to make matters worse, personal favorite, Alicia Roman from NBC 5, became engaged.


For both of these ladies, if there is, indeed another tournament for Chicago TV babes, they will be banned from competition for making such awful decisions.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled viewing of the worst website ever.


  1. chucky Says:

    You should see some of the pictures from Erin’s wedding to that fucking doofus. WGN posted them online. I hurled some rather large chunks on my keyboard. What a fucking joke. Makes me glad I never got married! Who needs a goddamned boat anchor like marriage wrapped around their throat? I sure as hell don’t!

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    Hahahahaha. Oh, Chucky. You are one ANGRY bastard. But, as the rest of us will probably tell you, you’re OUR ANGRY bastard.

    And yeah. I think you knew a bit about this but I thought I was going to be married about two and a half years ago. Phew! The picking up of the occasional bar skank who smells like old cigarettes is enough for me, at this point.

  3. genrebuster Says:

    “The picking up of the occasional bar skank who smells like old cigarettes is enough for me, at this point.”

    Excellent writing, Fro! If you are unfamiliar with the work of Charles Bukowski, I highly recommend checking him out…enjoy.

    Also, good work on the new banner. It’s been previously stated: we get results.

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

  4. SunriseZone Says:

    They gave Erin and Demetrius today, New Year’s Eve, off together. I think Demetrius never knew what hit him, wherever it was he came from (Ohio?) with Erin. The blonde that sometimes fills in as the traffic reporter for Erin on WGN isn’t steaming hot, but she has some ta-tas to look at.

  5. Fro Dog Says:

    Heh. Yeah. Indeed, we do. That was the same banner we had before I added Trestman’s name.

    By the way, Mac called Trestman called “Dr. Death”. I should have told some of you guys outside of Chicago that Boers and Bernstein were the ones who called them that. I liked it but kept reminding me of the wrestler, Dr. Death Steve Williams.

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    Yes. That would be Sarah Jindra. I have to say, the one with the best set is Marley Kayden of NBC 5 on the weekend traffic reports. Here are both women for you to see. I warn you though, if you see a picture of Marley’s husband, the guy looks like a total tool.

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  8. SunriseZone Says:

    I bet I could give her a better flip about than he ever could. And you know he cries if he breaks a fingernail too.

  9. Fro Dog Says:

    I just figured it out. He looks like the replacement in the NES game, Mike Tyson’s Punch Out. If anybody remembers, it wasn’t because of Tyson’s legal issues that he was replaced in the remake, it was his contract running out and he was later, replaced by someone with the same moves and style, Mr. Dream.

  10. SunriseZone Says:

    WGN’s Courtney Hall is cute too, though they never show her body so it must not be much of a selling point. I once called WGN and couldn’t remember her name, but asked about “Courtney Fox…er…Cocks…….I’m not sure of her last name”…and they were like “Don’t worry, we know who you mean!”

  11. SunriseZone Says:

    And with that tuft of hair atop his forehead, Kayden’s beau might answer to the name Clifford. That’s my name for him anyway.

  12. MadCityMac Says:

    Good god, that woman will never drown with those sweater puppies! Fro, you should take Genre’s recommendation about Bukowski. I picked up “Factotum” on his recommendation a couple years ago. And Scott, you’ll appreciate this: one of my drinking buddies from my bar, the Plaza Tavern, was this old guy named Phil Thompson. Phil, unfortunately, died a couple months back (he was 70 and in poor health), but one of the great stories he told me was when he was bartending in San Francisco, his hometown, he actually kicked Bukowski out of the bar once for being really REALLY drunk. And I’m sure you’ve heard how much Bukowski drank. Also, one of Phil’s childhood friends was Rich Morales, who played for the White Sox in the late 60s-early 70s. He was in Madison a couple years ago visiting Phil; Phil had told Rich about my days in the minors, so I got to drink and talk baseball with him for something like 3 hours. Pretty cool!

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  14. Fro Dog Says:

    Yes, indeed! I just remember it taking years to finally beat Tyson. I finally beat the game start to finish when I was 15. I still play it every now and then. In fact, I might play it today since I have a day off. Good times!


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