Found April 30, 2012 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
I’ll admit that 2011 World Series MVP, Cardinals third baseman, David Freese isn’t an ugly-looking dude. But to the Julie Tristan, the host of KSDK’s “Show me St. Louis”, Freese is Brad Pitt, David Beckham and puppies all wrapped in one. Tristan did some fluff segment on a new ride at Six Flags St. Louis called Mr. Freeze. For some reason, Tristan took her interview opportunity as a chance to make both Freese and the viewing audience incredibly uncomfortable. After making herself look incredibly desperate, foolish, hopeless, pathetic, sorry, etc. with her terrible pick-up lines like: “We’re going to hit on you, heavily.” “Do you prefer blondes or brunettes?” “Do you think we’re pretty?” “Isn’t he just the cutest? We look perfect together!” …she just wanted to know if her hair was messed up. Darlin’, compared to your professionalism and game your hair is perfect. No offense Julie, but unless you change your name to Erin Andrews and then…morph into Erin Andrews, I wouldn’t plan on jumping on the Mr. Freese ride any time soon. [Witness The Last Gasp Of Local News Reporting As It Repeatedly Hits On St. Louis Cardinal David Freese] Deadspin

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