The OKG Webmonkeys do remember those games and how painful to watch. Troy Aikman writhing on the Owen Field turf after Jerome Brown broke his ankle. (Remember the huge crown the field had back then?) Vinny Testaverde and Michael Irvin's long touchdown passes. What do you remember from those games?
With just a couple of episodes left, 'Saving Grace' tonight introduces both police officers in jeopardy and Leon the McAlester death-row inmate. But however will the writers manage to get Grace both inebriated and sexual?
The OKGWebmonkeys will tune in and find out!
No, the OKG Webmonkeys are not talking about the dirty detective's newest positioning; at least we don't think so. The set-in-OKC police drama starring Holly Hunter finishes up its first season with premiere episodes tonight and tomorrow night at 9 p.m.
Tonight, the Oklahoma City PD's evidence is put on trial
In the midst of the ice storm, the writer's strike and holiday programming galore, 'Saving Grace' airs its second December episode tonight. Bet Holly Hunter's Grace can heat up the cold night!
Gill's "These Days" was nominated for Album of the Year while The Flaming Lips' "At War With the Mystics 5.1" will vie for best Surround Sound Album.
Checotah's Carrie Underwood is listed for Song of the Year and Female Country Vocal Performance for "Before He Cheats."
Finally, Stringtown's Reba McEntire was nominated along with Kelly Clarkson for the song "Because of You" in the best Country Collaboration With Vocals category.
The award presentation will take place Feb. 10 in
Hargis is more known for his Republican touting credentials than his banking experience.
Which leads to this burning question: Who will replace Burns on "Flash Point?" Hargis started the weekly political talk show with former state attorney general Mike Turpen 15 years ago. It runs every Sunday morning on KFOR and is hosted by news anchor Kevin Ogle.
So which Republican pundit should fill the void?
Maybe Kevin can get his bro Kelly to move over and give his two cents?
The set-in-OKC Turner Network Television series "Saving Grace" comes back to the airwaves tonight and will have four episodes airing Dec. 3, 10, 17 and 18.
Tonight's offering -- "It's Better When I Can See You" -- centers on the aftermath of a deadly school bus accident in which several children are killed. The team's investigation soon turns up information about a recall on the bus' rear axle.
But just as Grace goes to the bus barn to question the owners, tornadoes rip through which traps both Grace and her prime suspect together in a collapsed building.
Meanwhile, death row inmate Leon Cooley makes a major turn in his religious journey.
The episode features a special guest appearance by musical artist Everlast, the voice behind the "Saving Grace" theme song.
The OKG Webmonkeys will be watching tonight for sure! (Let's see if series creator Nancy Miller does a better job with a tornado plot than "Desperate Housewives" did last night.)
The state legislature this year did away with Oklahoma's anti-"speed trap" law which allowed citizens to file complaints against towns for using traffic tickets as a source of revenue.
Now, small towns across the state are said to be gearing up to get more tickets from passing motorists which leads the OKG Webmonkeys to ask: Know any good towns to avoid?
"We appreciate the job Coach Gundy is doing and believe he and his staff are making progress in moving OSU football to the next level. I am particularly pleased with the success our student-athletes are having in the classroom under Coach Gundy's leadership," said interim OSU System CEO and President Marlene Strathe in a statement.