Jeremy Roenick, one of my favorite former Blackhawks’ players, had a small guest role on the new TV show “Go On” this past Tuesday. The sitcom is about a smug sports radio show host named Ryan King, played by Matthew Perry. However, King lost his wife and is attending group therapy sessions to cope. (Yes, this is a comedy.)
In this week’s episode, King is invited to play in Jeremy Roenick’s weekly pickup hockey game. I won’t tell you anything else about the episode because you might want to watch it online. However, I will spoil the best line:
“Yo, Roenick! Get back on ‘D,’ princess!”
As a longtime hockey fan, it is awesome to see a hockey player–one of my heroes, no less–appear on a TV show. Whenever an athlete guest stars on a show in the U.S., it is always a baseball, football or basketball player. Nice that hockey is finally starting to get its due here south of the border.
If you want to see the episode, you can watch it at NBC’s website.
Did anyone else see this week’s episode of “Go On?” What did you think of it and/or Roenick’s acting?
2 thoughts on “Roenick appeared in “Go On” this week”
I love the show. I’m a Roenick fan as well, and think he did pretty well for himself.
Yes. The way Roenick kept congratulating and encouraging the other players to “throw” the game was funny. Especially when Roenick enthusiastically says “You’re doing great!” to the guy who takes a dive at the blue line.