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Kelly Ogle lets them rip…

He may have some goofy opinions, but Kelly Ogle is cool dude. Need proof?  Just look at the picture that we acquired through the Ogle Mole Network via Twitter. Not only does he get to wear $39-dollar sneakers from Academy to work each day, but he also apparently rips massive farts while on the air.

Seriously, Kelly had to let one go there. Just look at his body language and the smug little smirk on his face. It’s like he’s thinking “I’m Kelly Ogle. I can do whatever I want…and that’s ‘My Two Cents,’ biatches.”

If you need further proof that Kelly Ogle has a flatulence problem, look at Amanda Taylor. She can’t get off that podium fast enough!

Wait a second? Amanda Taylor stands on a podium? I thought she was tall!  Now I feel all misled like the time I discovered Jaime Cerreta isn’t winking exclusively at me each night on the Fox 25 News 9 broadcast. Apparently she does that to all the guys she’s in love with. Hell, before you know it we’re going to learn that Russell Westbrook doesn’t live in a house filled with Ozarka Water and that Val chases storms via an internet connection in his living room. That would all suck.

Bob Mills Goes Where Even The Mathis Brothers Haven’t

I was flipping through the premium channels on Cox digital cable the other day totally not looking for porn when I stumbled on the above, which is a photo of the fact that there are two (two!) different channels dedicated to nothing but Bob Mills Furniture (Bob Mills Furniture!). I find this to be, well, pretty strange (exclamation in parentheses!). Also, anyone notice that he’s gone back to wearing the sweaters?

Anyway, this got me wondering which other local celebrities deserve their own channels or, at least, their own television shows. After the jump, some ideas:

(Editor’s Note: Yep, this is a Tony (Tony!) post.  I think he used to write for this site…a lot.)

Lost Ogle Q & A: Kelly Ogle


Last year, we celebrated our first birthday with an interview with Mayor Cornett.  This year, the mayor was too busy avoiding Steve Lackmeyer’s phone calls to answer our questions, so we went with the next best thing: Kelly Ogle.

For those who found The Lost Ogle today by performing a Google safe search for Ashlynn Brooke and have no clue who Kelly Ogle is, we should tell you that he’s one of three TV anchors in the Oklahoma City metro with the last name Ogle.  We should also tell you that these Ogles are all brothers, and that two of them have their own nightly editorial segments.  Lastly, we should let you know that we are in no way, shape or form related to them.  We are much better looking.

Anyway, after the jump find out which Ogle brother was best with the ladies, why Kelly uses the message board alias KingPin, and what Amy McRee does during commercial breaks.

Kelly Ogle’s Street Cred Is Unimpeachable

Personally, I think Kelly Ogle should keep making jokes like this:

I’m down with that. That’s some street talk just in case any teenagers are still listening.

That’s just hilarious stuff, and only slightly more awkward than, say, Mitt Romney’s attempt to relate to America’s youth.

This is all just part of KWTV’s new effort to attract a more hip, urban demographic. Consider all that we have seen recently:

  • Robin Marsh’s decision to wear a grill while doing the morning broadcast.
  • Ed Murray stumping for Ron Paul and telling the public that a Paul presidency would be “the crunkest administration since Millard Fillmore was in office.”
  • Alex Cameron, in reporting the death of Gordon Hinckley, pulling out a 40 of malt liquor and pouring some out for his homey, the “most legit president of the Morman church evah!”
  • Anyway, I think it is really great that Channel 9 is trying to diversify their viewership, and I look forward to Toby Rowland’s upcoming rap debut.

    The Lost Ogle Mailbag

    You may not have known it, but TheLostOgle.com has an email address. It’s something like thelostogle at gmail.com. Since we don’t have time to respond to the large volume of email we receive, I figured I would share some of the better ones here.

    Does Dean Blevins have herpes?
    Linda C., Oklahoma City

    We are not 100% sure. There is a 60% chance that Dean has some sort of STD, and an 80% chance that it is herpes. Of course fever blisters count as herpes, but 75% of the population consider those as good herpes. I would say there is a 95% chance that Dean gets fever blisters.

    Is The Lost Ogle endorsed by any member of the prestigious Ogle family? If so, they should have told me.
    Kent O., Edmond

    Not yet. When Kelly finally reads one of our absurd emails on “Your Two Cents”, we will consider that an endorsement. However, if you count our MySpace friends as a ringing endorsement, we are endorsed by Lump, Carey Murdock, Tony Sellars, three attractive girls, numerous bars, a couple of bands and the mayor’s son.

    Will Mathis Brothers finally get a Starbucks?
    Jeremy R., Moore

    Calls to Mathis Brothers have not been returned, but sources confirm that the furniture palace’s Starbucks rip-off has “exceeded expectations.”

    I’m enjoying the abundance of sports radio in Oklahoma City. Any chance that the guys at TheLostOgle.com can get their own sports talk show?
    James H., Norman

    Possibly. According to a story in Oklahoma Weekly, civic leaders are considering a “grand experiment” to turn the Oklahoma City weather radio band into 24/7 local sports talk. If this works out, we have already been contacted about hosting “Sports All Night” a midnight to 5am sports show.

    Why is Reno not called First Street?
    Clark M., The Village

    Good Question, Clark. I think the better question is why The Village is called The Village.

    Who still eats at the Spaghetti Warehouse? Why is this place open?
    Mia L., Oklahoma City

    I’m glad you asked this question. The “˜success’ of the Spaghetti Warehouse, Bricktown Brewery and even Crab Town is critical if we want to cement our status as a true major league city. All major cities have those average restaurants that are solely supported by out-of-towners and tourists, and those are ours.

    Have Jude and Jody’s sons ruined the family’s business?
    Larry E., Oklahoma City

    I think so. I haven’t seen a Judy and Jody commercial in years. I bet the son’s really didn’t love folks. That has probably hurt business.

    Is there a God?
    Aubrey M., Nichols Hills

    Yes. And his name is Gary England.