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99, 99, 99...Lou D and the Commish are one away from the Magic 100th Podcast. Big announcements having to do with 100 coming up, but first Lou must talk about his obsession with Peter Pan-ism, plus Lou goes "blue" on this episode. If you are a betting maven, stick with Lou as his picks have gone five in a row, and don't forget the Caleb Hainie angle. Can't lose. Episode 99 is dedicated to good ol' 99 of the Chicago Football Bears, Dan "The Danimal" Hampton. As Lou would say about consuming said 99 bottles, "OUTSTANDING!"

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The countdown to 100 episodes continues as Lou predicts the future in this episode. Recorded on Sunday morning, Lou is on an unprecedented winning streak with 'Lou's Picks.' He picked the Steelers over the Bengals, and WON again. Five in a row for a season record of 5-2, almost as good as DA BEARS! Episode 98 is dedicated to good ol' number 98, Brian Glasgow (1987) of Da Chicago Football Bears. As Lou would say about Mr. Miyagi, "OUTSTANDING!"

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Lou is jovial, as Gary is recovering from last week – he of course attended Lou Dickman Weekly for Da Bears victory last Sunday. This week, Lou ponders bad baseball predictions and master debating. What is most amazing is Lou's Picks, for the first time over the .500 mark in four seasons. This episode is dedicated to Good Ol' Number 71, the great Alex Karras (R.I.P.) and Good Ol' Number 97 Chris Zorick of the Da Chicago Football Bears. As Lou would say about Mongo, "OUTSTANDING!"

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It's a somber Lou on Episode 96...he passes along some serious news, and LDW dedicates this podcast to the recovering Gary and the waiting-for-him Scruffy. Otherwise it's business as usual except Lou has a strange passion for referring to himself in the third person. Episode 96 is also dedicated to Percy Snow, good ol' number 96 on the Chicago Football Bears in 1993. As Lou would say about Waiting for the Snow, "OUTSTANDING!"

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