Anchorboy by Jay Onrait


byJay Onrait

Paperback | November 5, 2013

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10) Jay was beaten up by an MMA fighter on live television

9) Interviewing Will Ferrell can be a harrowing experience

8) Jay once ruined a perfectly good pair of underwear on Christmas Eve

7) Failing as a stand-up comedian can lead to a job in broadcasting

6) Jay ran a marathon to get a ticket for the 2010 men’s Olympic gold medal hockey game

5) Jay was sexually harassed at TSN by a senior citizen every day for ten years

4) Jay appeared as the Phantom of the Opera on national television

3) Jay was entertained nightly by free live sex shows throughout university

2) Jay was single-handedly responsible for Winnipeg’s second NHL team being called “The Jets” (he claims)

1) Running around in a full-body unitard at the London Olympics is a bad idea

All this and more awaits you inside ANCHORBOY!

About The Author

JAY ONRAIT has been connecting with Canadian television viewers for the past 15 years on outlets such as Winnipeg’sThe Big Breakfast, The NHL Network’sOn The Fly, CTV’sOlympic Morning, MuchMore’sThe Week That Was, and TSN’sSportscentre—after his failed childhood attempt at becoming an NHL star (note: he never had a shot). Jay won the 2...
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Title:AnchorboyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:November 5, 2013Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1443429473

ISBN - 13:9781443429474

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“I fell in love with Jay Onrait the day I flashed him on National Television. It was more exciting for me than him, but we both were willing to do anything for ratings. . . Anything. RIP Jay. I will miss your packed lunches.”