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A Chicago Original
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Billy Randazzo showed up 50 years ago to help put in the floor at Original Jimmy's Red Hots, and never left! He joins David & Robin live in studio to tell some amazing stories about his time behind the counter at one of Chicago's most famous Hot Dog stands. Then - Robin catches up with his old teammate Kris Haines.
Episode Segments:
Bearly Legal: Original Jimmy's Billy Randazzo
"Uncle Billy" Randazzo talks about his 50+ years behind the counter at Original Jimmy's, including how it all got started for him, and some of the Chicago celebs he's encounters.

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Bearly Legal: The Stars Come to Original Jimmy's
Uncle Billy talks about some of the spots stars who were regulars at Original Jimmy's, including Richard Petty, Jerry Coangelo, George Halas and Ernie Banks.

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Bearly Legal: Former Bear Kris Haines
Kris Haines joins David & Robin to talk about his days playing college ball with Joe Montana at Notre Dame, his NFL and USFL career, and the upcoming Notre Dame Legends game in Japan.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Kris Haines
Kris Haines caught an 8-yard touchdown pass from Joe Montana as time expired to cap Notre Dame's 35-34 comeback victory over Houston in the 1979 Cotton Bowl. The Fighting Irish scored 23 unanswered points in the last 7½ minutes to rally from a 34-12 deficit. Both the quarterback and receiver who connected on that winning touchdown pass were battling illnesses. Montana had hypothermia that day and made it through the game only after consuming some chicken soup. Haines had a fever that prevented him from practicing in the days leading up to the game. He played in the NFL for in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins, the Chicago Bears, and the Buffalo Bills. He is currently a Physical Education teacher, Athletic coach, and Karate instructor at The Catherine Cook School in Chicago, IL.