Scott: Larry, you sure know your grass.
Scott: What’s it gonna take to win this game, Larry?
LA: Offense! End of story!
LA: And it’s easy to play, Scott. It’s just tough to read.
LA: Why is it that every time I look at the Gateway Arch, I think of a giant game of croquet? Imagine how large the ball would have to be.
LA: Denver is a city that’s walkable, has great food, and great cocktail scene, which I sampled in my younger days.
Scott: How often do you talk about yourself in the third person?
Scott: What was that clank of metal? Is Sarge here with a glove?
Scott: Larry, what was the best gift you ever got as a kid? A stick? Flint?
Ben: The wheel?
Scott: It was square.
Scott: Your ride’s here Larry. The very affordable helicopter.
LA: Why is all my stuff going haywire?
Scott: Maybe it’s like when your copier needed a new flux capacitor.
Scott: Maybe if you just give it a rest, turn it off for a while.
LA: My mic or my phone?
LA: Do guys even think when they’re out there?
LA: Tough day so far for home plate umpire Mark Ripperger. He’s on pace to miss about 72 pitches this game.
LA: I’m just a hard-workin’ fool.
Scott: You’re not a late-night guy.
LA: I’m not much of a morning person either.
Scott: How did you get up so early for that interview this morning?
LA: Lots of deodorant.
Scott: Walked right by the shower without stopping! I thought I smelled something. I thought the Phanatic walked in!
Scott: No Lexi here for Bark At the Park Night?
LA: No, she’s tired. Had a good walk earlier today.
Scott: …And that’s ball four to Herrera. He had a good walk too!
Scott: Programming note, everybody: it’s Friday night. You know what that means. Mesa circular!
LA: Circle table!
Scott: I take back everything I said about you. You’re not the toughest of my four kids.
LA: This guy has the worst strike zone I’ve seen this year– no, he hasn’t. They’re all tied for first.
LA: Tommy Joseph thought about running to third, but then he realized, “I’m using my own legs. I better not.”
LA: A grand slam is four runs.
Scott: They don’t call you the best color man in the business for nothing. You can’t get that kind of information just anywhere.
LA: Yeah, I’m Larry Bitterman today.
LA: What if they hold you longer for jury duty? Do you say, “Sorry, your honor, but I have to go give the Sunoco keys to the game!”
Scott: I not only have to describe the game to the listening audience, but also to Larry, who has now covered his eyes.