Grapes makes up for last week’s not-lavender incident

You may recall that last week, Don Cherry ripped into Ron MacLean because the latter had, apparently, instructed the former to wear pink to promote a cancer-fighting necktie. However, Don’s getup turned out to be a shade too pink to match the tie in question, and he blamed his co-host, yelling, “You told me to wear pink! This is lavender!”

Well, this week, Grapes corrects his mistake:

Don Cherry on Coach's Corner, 25 Oct 2008

Different awful suit, but at least he can wear the lavender tie with it. Also, the double-breasting is not as bad as it has been known to be, but what’s up with that high button, right over where one presumes his left nipple to be? We’ve seen this button placement before, but this week it really sticks out. (Don’t worry, though—its blue colour is a reflection of something. At least all his buttons match one another.)


2 Responses to “Grapes makes up for last week’s not-lavender incident”

  1. 1 tren 10 May 2009 at 11:37 pm

    the jacket is in silk moire

  2. 2 Shelley 14 August 2009 at 6:49 pm

    Love your blog! Always amazed at what Mr. Cherry chooses to wear on HNIC!

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