Just had to share this with y'all:
We all love these moments...
So last night Arte and I went to "Jersey Mike's" for dinner (it's a sub sandwich place, similar to Subway).
We opened the doors, walked inside and no sooner had we got to the place where you stand in line to order when over the sound system I hear Roger Davis' voice and I was like "ROGER????"
and then I heard WHAT he was saying, "Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry, the two most successful outlaws in the history of the west..."
His voice continued with the opening to "Alias Smith and Jones." The whole entire intro scene from start to finish!
I cannot describe the surreal feeling of how I felt at that moment - I mean, how often do you hear your fav TV theme out in public????...not one other person in the place even heard it - I even had to point to the ceiling and and mouth "ASJ" to Arte...she hadn't noticed, either - what's wrong with people? sheesh!!!!
Needless to say, besides being rooted to the spot (so I could stand under the speaker to confirm I was really hearing what I thought I was hearing) I was like, "Huh? What? How?" and yes, there was this stupid grin on my face, from ear to ear.
Arte just rolled her eyes and shook her head
as she explained to the person waiting patiently for me to tell her what kind of sandwich I wanted (and the not-so-patient people behind me waiting to order, lol) about why I wasn't moving or speaking...sigh...I mean, who could care about food at such a momentous time??????
Anyways, the radio station was K-Earth 101, which just so happened to be doing a "flashback" to 1971 and I have no idea why they choose "Alias Smith & Jones" to use for the show for that year (WAIT...I mean I KNOW why WE would choose it!!!) lol
but I may just have to do some detective work and see what I can find out. Maybe someone at the station was a fan???