Found July 05, 2013 on Metstradamus:
Independence Day is a day for great traditions. Backyard barbecues, Twilight Zone marathons, and baseball. But I find it distressing that, with no warning, SNY decided that instead of baseball, they were instead going to air the Twilight Zone marathon. Oh, that was a baseball game on SNY? Yeah, you could have fooled me. Because that was nothing short of bizarre that we witnessed. And a good portion of the bizarre was Keith Hernandez in the booth. He's been back in the booth for just a few days and he's already crying out for a vacation. Great job by Gary Cohen saving his butt when the conversation turned to a player who cut himself with a knife while doing dishes, and Keith opined that washing knives was not a man's job. Cohen then turned the Volvo around with a simple "let's not go any further" (paraphrased). To be fair, I think the half a million watching this game screamed "Keith, NO!" at the television right as Gary made the save.  And...
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