Last night CSN Washington shared another episode of On The Road With Locker. It was again a slam dunk of comedy– unintentional or not.
The segment begins with Laughlin declaring he would drive into the desert to find Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner. Sure. Instead he arrived in Sedona with the television crew, and he started playing a xylophone.
Along the way, the Caps color guy monologized about how he got his nickname.
“Everyone called me Loft-lin when I first [got to the NHL] because that’s the way it was pronounced. That’s the way [my last name] looks. Then I said, “No, it’s Laugh-len” And then it just became Locker. And it just stuck. The people that don’t really know me, spell my [nickname] L-A-U-G-H-E-R. Okay, but it’s spelled L-O-C-K-E-R. I go the easy way. And then when I see Laugher, cuz even my college buddies call me Laugher, [I go] ‘No, it’s Locker.'”
He dropped pearls of wisdom like this:
"If you think, you stink" – Wise words (I think) from Craig Laughlin
— Ian Oland (@ianoland) November 19, 2014
And then he was asked what the plural of cactus was.
Is it cacti or cactus?
“I think it’s cacti in Canada. But it could be cacti [in Arizona] too.”
There were more odd moments. Here are some screencaps.
The crew arrives.
Locker pets Salty.
Locker hugs Smoky.
No idea what’s going on here.
Locker finally found that bear.
“I don’t know if I’m allowed to have this. I want to take it back home.”
A Canadian drinking a Canada Dry.
The people loved the segment.
@ianoland I’m actually crying from laughter after that video.
— Kinsey Janke (@kinseyjanke) November 19, 2014
Keep ’em coming, Craig!
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