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Less often, guests who are not affiliated with sports will come on the show, although it is common for Patrick to ask at least one sports related question.
Guests typically appear when the sport they are involved with is in-season, but may also come on before the release of a movie or music album or when the guest's name is mentioned in much recent news, such as an off-season trade or violation of the law.
For example, in January 2006, Patrick made a bet with Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, where if Warner got the Cardinals to the Super Bowl by 2008, then Patrick would personally campaign for Warner to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Warner took Arizona to the Super Bowl in the 2008 NFL season, and would later be inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017).
Another bet Patrick made was with the rap star Nelly, where Nelly said the St.
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If Patrick won, he would get to name a song on Nelly's next album, and, if Nelly won, Patrick would have to appear in one of Nelly's music videos. The show debuted on September 13, 1999 and was heard weekdays from 1 pm ET to 4 pm ET.
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Non-sports celebrities often appear on the show, including musicians, actors, politicians and comedians.
One of the more popular such guests, known only as biggiecurls, is a frequent contributor to the DP Show.