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Gretchen Mako said:   June 5, 2012 5:35 pm PST
I quit smoking because of a show your dad put on about a man smoking through his trach hole. That stopped me on that night!!! When would have that show aired? I am thinking that it could have been around 1973.

Fred Watson said:   May 19, 2011 5:40 pm PST
Remember watching your dad's show on sunday evenings on Channel 56 in Boston. I remember receiving a card acknowledging a letter I wrote to your dad and how excited I was. I was 19 when he died. He was a straight shooter. His interview of Joey the Hitman was my favorite. Great interviewer who took no bullshit.

marty anders said:   May 12, 2011 10:07 am PST
I remember watching Lou Gordon on Channel 50 back in Charlevoix, Mi. in the late sixties and early seventies...He was one of my heroes!!! Because of him, I have become more assertive with those who "push my buttons"..Lou Gordon never took crap from anyone at anytime--a very courageous and confident American...Someone should build a statue in downtown Detroit honoring Lou Gordon! -Marty Anders of Arizona and Illinois.

anna said:   April 14, 2011 1:55 pm PST
Loved Lou & Jackie..& you;re their son..think you were born around 1966 like my youngest was?a boy..what a great couple,,I sent Jackie a Mass card when Lou passed/even tho he was Jewish, prayers are prayers/ she wrote me a lovely note..I'm almost 80 now..was the ph no 356 2300 ? still recall ...

John Henegar said:   February 1, 2011 8:43 pm PST
I watched your dad's show when I was growing up and loved it. He was always straight with people and wanted straight answers to honest questions. He was forerunner to a lot of people today. I would love to see him interview some of the politicians today or even others like Chris Matthews or Keith Olbermann, people who point out others flawed views while ignoring their own.

Hillary said:   January 29, 2011 11:49 am PST
Scott, thank-you for all of your help and hard work on my album and tour! Without your help, neither would have had the amount of success they had.

Mark Thompson said:   November 16, 2009 2:23 pm PST
In the Music Biz, there are only a few you can trust. I can say without a doubt, you can trust Scott! An Honest Man never says' "Trust Me" because all his actions make him trustworthy. You'll find that to be be true with Scott.

Peter Q. George said:   August 11, 2009 12:47 pm PST
Hi Scott, Loved your Dad's show! This guy was the greatest! I always looked forward to Sunday nights at 10:00 on WLVI-TV Channel 56, Kaiser's Boston station. "Joey The Hit Man" was one of my favorite guests. Lou and Jackie were so cool! Take care. Peter Q. George Whitman, Massachusetts

Jeff Jones said:   April 21, 2009 5:08 pm PST
Scott glad to hear you'vemade big in the world .Ialways knew you would. It would be great to see you and talk about old times .Will call you soon !

Barbra Ross said:   January 4, 2009 11:40 am PST
Been trying to get in contact with you to say hello! Just wondering how you are doing...long time no see! Love to hear from you, glad to have found your website! Barbra

allen friedman said:   December 18, 2008 1:43 pm PST
great memories i have of the lou gordon show!...the segement with snake handlers!... and watching the close ups of your fathers face!..cant believe all these years went by! he was tops!

Carole Lajoie said:   November 8, 2008 5:36 pm PST
Hey Scott Don't know if you remember me, I lived in Windsor in the eighties... If you remember me please let me know how you have been... Or please visit on Facebook or Myspace.

Harry Chawney said:   August 9, 2008 1:38 am PST
Hi Scott! Lost touch and have now found you again. Hope you are well. Hook up with me on facebook!

William Bowen said:   August 1, 2008 11:51 am PST
Scott, Found your web page from Channel 50's Wikipedia entry. I have very fond memories of growing up in the mid to late 60s in Detroit and watching your mom & dad every Saturday night on WKBD. Your dad was fearless in his interview style and your mom was the height of class and grace (and a "babe" as well). I continued to watch the show when I lived in Cleveland as the Kaiser station there carried it too. I'm glad to see you carried on the family tradition and are in the media as well. I know your mom and dad would be proud of you.

Ed Printz said:   July 4, 2008 10:37 am PST
Scott (Abe), I directed the show in '73 and '74. I also produced and directed the two 90 minute memorial shows for Lou after his passing. I enjoyed working with your mom and dad. I hope that my credits appear on your product. My best to Jon and your sister. Ed Printz (WKBD 1973-1981)

Blair J. Mc Gowan said:   January 1, 2008 9:03 pm PST
Maybe the only thing that is keeping us from conquering the universe is ourselves. GoGo let's Go. Me go too.

Renee said:   September 19, 2007 3:04 pm PST
Scott- I'm very impressed with your resume and page...shoot me an email and we'll make things happen.

Tina Marie said:   August 26, 2007 12:30 pm PST
Scott, thanks for making my last tour through the midwest so successful! You really made a difference in total attendance and total ticket sales. Thanks again. Tina

Dave L. said:   August 16, 2007 12:31 pm PST
Scott, thanks for coming on the show, it was a blast! Dave

Willie said:   August 2, 2007 8:38 am PST
Scott: You have made the tour a big success! Needles to say, you're welcome on the "Willie Bus" anytime man! Thank you. Willie

Dennis Quaisley said:   August 2, 2007 8:19 am PST
Because of your efforts, I now have a hit record on the Billboard Hot 100! Thank you so much!

Robert said:   July 31, 2007 2:11 pm PST
You guys did a great job for me! I now have a hit record because of you!!

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