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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

6 People Who Should Take David Freese's Place as Imo's Pizza Spokesperson

Posted By on Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 8:00 AM

Becky, Queen of Pizza
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As David Freese leaves the Cardinals to play ball with Albert Pujols in Los Angeles, Daily RFT began to wonder: Who should fill the baseball all-star's three-year contract to be the spokester for St. Louis staple Imo's Pizza?

We have a few ideas.

1. Becky, Queen of Carpets

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Since her St. Louis carpet kingdom crumbled this summer, Becky Rothman, the self-styled queen of carpets, probably doesn't have anything else to promote. We'd like to see her riding on a flying pizza, please.

2. Larry Conners


A judge recently said former KMOV-TV (Channel 2) reporter still can't work in TV news for another year, but that's no reason to waste his on-air talent. Put him to work investigating pizza! He'll keep the place honest, and Imo's won't investigate his tax record. Plus, imagine the incredible pizza-themed rants he'd post on Facebook.

See also: Larry Conners Plans KMOV Exposé; Enemies Have "No Idea What They Are Facing"

3. Sarah Silverman


Jimmy Kimmel loves to make fun of Imo's Pizza, and who better to make fun of him back than his hilarious ex-girlfriend Sarah Silverman? We know she's not a St. Louisan, but we think she'd join in on the fun, especially if it means free pizza. Kimmel has talked smack about Imo's to former Office star Jenna Fischer, comedian Judah Friedlander and uber-hottie Jon Hamm.

See also: Jon Hamm Defends Imo's on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (VIDEO)

Three more after the jump!

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