Here is one part of the archive interview of Don Pardo, specifically dealing with "Saturday Night Live", a program to which Mr. Pardo has returned this season, in spite of his announcement that he was retiring at the end of last season.
From the first pitch of today's game, it was apparent that a no-hitter would not be in the New York Mets' future in 2009. We will continue our daily game counting in 2010. The count, which was advanced a few weeks ago, stands at 7644.
What's more intriguing at this point is what the Mets will be doing to make change to their coaching staff for the coming year. Current manager Jerry Manuel said that changes, if any, would be announced tomorrow. Don't be surprised, however, if Manuel is one of the outs.
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