Belushi & Grodin are great together in this feel good comedy, as a lover of Baseball I was drawn to this even more, but if you're not you'll still find it just as enjoyable. We're doing our best to make sure our content is useful, accurate and safe.If by any chance you spot an inappropriate comment while navigating through our website please use this form to let us know, and we'll take care of it shortly. He does, and he goes into the studio and does one take. This gives you a whole different sound on radio — let’s leave it in! And he was wearing the full army fatigues and the hat just like Castro, standing there with about five pizzas. 1990 103 min R Comedy Feature Film. RB: And we asked them if they delivered pizza to this studio on this date. He said, “Did you guys order pizza?” I said, “No, it must be down the hall.” And he’s standing there listening to the song, and it was “Taking Care of Business.”, So he went down the hall and dumped the pizza with whoever — Steve Miller or War — and then he came back and knocked again. And he says, “How do you do that?” And I says, “I don’t know; I’ve got this magic, man, you know. It has also appeared on many television series such as So he comes back, and asks us if we want piano on the song. We'll give them this: "Operation Snopes-Piercer" isn't the worst name we've heard for a smear campaign. So he went down the hall and dumped the pizza with whoever — Steve Miller or War — and then he came back and knocked again. | RB: The song was written by accident. I’m assuming I will need to drop about $100.00 on all this stuff. So I get ninety dollars, which is the legal fee for a union musician playing one session. [sarcastically] Sure, I’m the pizza guy. As a consolation Jimmy takes Spencer to the World Series, where Jimmy makes a spectacular catch on a home-run ball hit by Mark Grace, who makes a cameo. Finally I got a really good Italian guy and he said, “Oh yes, there’s this musician that only works for us the last day of the month. You rely on Snopes, and we rely on you. I’m currently waiting for my ride to pick me up, and then I’m heading to Staples to get my portfolio printed. This version of events has been offered by BTO singer-guitarist Randy Bachman multiple times, including the following 2002 interview with Canadian newsman Peter Mansbridge (the handsomest man in Canada): PM: There are so many things we could talk about, but I want you to tell one anecdote because it’s great. It was a song that the Guess Who had passed on earlier, and I desperately put it together one night on stage when Fred Turner, who was the main lead singer in Bachman-Turner Overdrive, had lost his voice and I had to finish the last set. So to me, the most amazing part of this story is I go over to this studio — and the engineer’s name is Buzz Richmond and he’s a good guy — he says, “Can you please do this for ’em?” I says, “Okay, one time, and then I’m f***ing out of here.” So Randy says — this is the part that kills him — “Do you want to hear this song?” and I said, “No, I don’t have time to hear it.”, So we both put on headphones, and then when he wanted me to play, he would point, and when he wanted me to stop, he put his hand across his throat.