Monday's Special at Bova: Ronnie Brown

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Why are this year's Dolphins more chum than shark? Is the season dead in the water? Will the Tuna change the team mascot to a flounder? Ask the Dolphins' own Ronnie Brown snotty questions like these at his weekly radio show at Bova Prime.

Every Monday from 7 to 8 p.m., through football season, the swank Las Olas meatery hosts the Ronnie Brown Show on WQAM-AM (560) from its second-floor dining room, which means even if you royally piss him off, he probably can't get downstairs in time to spike your head like a pigskin.

Get there for Bova's happy hour (3:30 to 7:30 p.m.) and you can work up your courage by sucking down buy-one, get-one-free drinks and half-priced apps, or take advantage of the restaurant's $35, three-course prix fixe dinner from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

If dolphin is on the menu, though, think twice about ordering it. Really, the guy's probably had a crappy weekend and doesn't need you adding to it.

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