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Developing: Rome Braves General Manager David Cross leaves, returning to Virginia.

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Rome Braves GM, David Cross, Steps Down from Position

According to a recent report by the Rome News-Tribune, Rome Braves General Manager David Cross has apparently stepped down from his position and is leaving the team. The Rome Braves confirmed that information late Tuesday to the Rome News-Tribune. Also according to the report, Bob Askin, Director of Business Operations, is now running interim operations.
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Yo La Tengo Unearth Director’s Cut of ‘Sugarcube’ Video Starring Bob Odenkirk, David Cross

Click here to read the full article. Yo La Tengo marked the 25th anniversary of their album I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One Friday by unearthing the director’s cut for their video “Sugarcube,” co-starring Mr. Show’s Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. In the original video, Yo La Tengo’s record boss (played by Mr. Show‘s John Ennis) sends the beloved indie band to the Academy of Rock, where Odenkirk and Cross served as teachers, doling out knowledge about what it takes to be a rock band, including lessons on how to trash a hotel room and a class on “Burning...

Watch David Cross talk Tool, Puscifer, wine & more with Maynard James Keenan

The name of Maynard James Keenan's Puscifer project first appeared in a sketch on season one of Mr. Show, and over 25 years later, as Puscifer gear up for their first US tour since 2016, Keenan and David Cross reunited for a video interview for Revolver. The pair's conversation touches on Scientology, bidets, Tool, Mr. Show, Puscifer and more, and you can watch it below.

David Cross: I’m From the Future Live Premiere (Livestream)

A ticket to the “Live Premiere and Rental” ($10) allows you to watch the live premiere on February 12 at 5PM PT / 8PM ET. The FUTURE DUPER PACKAGE ($50) gives you the the same access PLUS a spot at the live Q&A with David immediately following the livestream PLUS an autographed poster. Both tickets include rental (video on demand) through February 22.

Criminal Alien Of The Week Report 02-09-22 By David Cross

Lars Larson Show: Criminal Alien of the Week Report. It has been an interesting first full week in the month of February 2022 when it comes to criminal aliens (illegal aliens) here in the Pacific Northwest states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho. This week we have a “Criminal Alien of...

David Cross: I’m from the Future review – a sneering shot at the right

As high-wire openings to a standup show go, this will take some beating. David Cross begins I’m from the Future with the narrative of a woman’s journey to, and experience in, Auschwitz. The anticipation in the room ebbs into anxiety: what’s he up to? Distressing details pile up, and you feel queasy that he’s using this material, presumably, just to tee up a punchline. Can he pull it off?

Paramount+ Orders New Comedy Series With Bob Odenkirk and David Cross

Paramount+ has ordered a brand new comedy series from Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, with Borat 2 director Jason Woliner attached to direct. According to The Wrap, the new docu-style series is title Guru Nation and it stars Odenkirk and Cross as rival cult gurus who are "manipulating the minds of their deluded followers." At this time, no premiere date has been set.

'Guru Nation': David Cross Confirms Working With Bob Odenkirk On Docu-Style Comedy

David Cross took to Twitter on Tuesday to confirm that he is working with his former "Mr. Show" co-star, actor Bob Odenkirk, on an upcoming docu-style comedy, "Guru Nation." "After a year of having to be coy and secretive about this, it gives me great pleasure to let y'all know about this new project Bob and I are working on," Cross tweeted along with an outlet's link that shared details about the project.

Bob Odenkirk's First TV Show After Better Call Saul Will Reteam Him With Mr. Show's David Cross

As one of AMC’s best original series to date, Better Call Saul is ramping up for its sixth and final season, and fans are ready for it to be a deadly one. As one of many big TV shows ending in 2022, Saul will close the second chapter of the Breaking Bad universe, giving its highly talented cast ample opportunity to take the charge with new projects. For Bob Odenkirk, the post-Albuquerque era will take him back to his comedic roots for a high-profile reteaming with Mr. Show co-creator David Cross, and it won’t be on either Netflix or HBO.