The buses drove to the Olympic stadium. Entering in a parade of nations and standing at attention, the athletes were treated to a thunderous show that culminated in the release of twenty thousand doves. As the birds circled in panicked confusion, cannons began firing, prompting the birds to relieve themselves over the athletes. With each report, the birds let fly. Louie stayed at attention, shaking with laughter.
Yeah, but over the course of an 82-game schedule, it's going to begin to wear a team down. We can't ask Louie to make those saves every night. It's putting a lot of pressure on him.
Louie is an animator and illustrator by trade, and I can tell you that the pages he has been turning in have been stunning.
I do agree with Louie that Wayne Williams didn't kill anybody,
I prepare like I'm playing even when I'm not. When you're sitting on the bench and watching the game ... you look at yourself and say, 'How would I have handled that shot' The other night in Tampa Bay, I'm watching Louie stop these shots and I'm like, 'I don't think I would have gotten that one, or that one, or that one.
I liked working with her. Everyone liked her very much. We really miss her and are really worried. We all loved Louie. We didn't want to see her go.
Dr. Cox mentors the rookie doctors with a spoonful of dirt and then a cup of sugar. I see him as an archetypal descendent of two of my favorite curmudgeonly characters: Lou Grant and Louie De Palma.
Louie got on five times, that was helpful. At least we had some runners on. We did knock in a few, enough to win it. Louie and Hermida chipped in when it counted.
If there were any clear investigation of 9/11, they wouldn't let Louie Freeh off the hook.
I would assume that, but I can't guarantee that, I don't know. I'd have to see what Louie says and what the trainer says. Right now he didn't think it was anything major, but you never know.
When I exhale, I just turn right into Louie Anderson.
The first Big East meeting I went to there was P.J. Carlesimo (Seton Hall), John Thompson (Georgetown), Louie Carnesecca (St. John's), Rick Pitino (Providence), Jim Boeheim, Jimmy O'Brien (Boston College) and Rollie Massimino (Villanova). That's what we faced when we came to the Big East. That coaching array alone I think made the Big East very special.
It's my wedding night, and we're in a posh New York City hotel ready to ... you know ... when I get a call, ... It's Jim, and he's down in the lobby and he wants to meet with me. He tells me there's this kid named Louie Orr in Cincinnati that we just have to land, and he says he needs me to get there and seal the deal. I tell him, 'Jim, it's my wedding night.' He was single at the time and totally consumed with basketball, so I guess he didn't understand.
Any system named Dewey was all right with us. We looked forward to hearing about the Huey and Louie decimal systems too.