In the past we’ve often talked about the old days of Minnesota radio. In fact, I believe we just had a show about that a couple weeks ago. Well, here’s another one, this time featuring Joe’s take on why everything’s gone to hell. Bonus topics: football, bandmates that hated each other, and The Soup.
34 years ago Caddyshack came out and took the world by storm. Fast forward to modern day and we’re interviewing Cindy Morgan who played Lacey Underall. She was also Lora in Tron and is, apparently, a tough broad.
You may recognize Matt, but you may not know why. Well, good listener, Matt is the star of Bath Crashers, the show that’s been running for twelve seasons in one form or another. He’s also an avid Minnesota sports fan because you need a hobby after remodeling peoples’ gross bathrooms for twelve years.
This hour is dedicated to all the horrible people out there. With things like Ferguson and hippies protesting in manure happening all around the world, we’d like to remind you to try to be good.
Tim’s ready for some movie chat, but Cy is significantly more ready. Hear his opinions on every movie made in the past month. But once Costaki calls in Cy suddenly has to leave. Coincidence? Luckily Blois stays to pick up the slack.
Do you have rags and want riches? Do you have riches and want to avoid rags? We’ve got stories for you to identify with, and also some advice. And in the ultimate rags to riches story, Cy Amundson shows up and is immediately rocketed to stardom courtesy of the Tom Barnard Show. You’re welcome, Cy.
A J.E.W., a Blackshire, and some miscellanea walk into a recording studio. The results are hilarious! Ha! Well anyway, tune in on Monday for a copy of the first episode of Freaks and Geeks signed by Weinstein himself. We’ll be giving it away at some point after today’s bad timing.
We’ve got all the latest on Bill Cosby, Longmire, and the rest. Kristyn Burtt’s got you covered.
Jeff is a new father, and what luck! Being a father happens to be Tom’s favorite thing in the world to talk about. Also early 20th century law, apparently.
Ron seems to bring the topic of racial tension wherever he goes and today is no exception. After some conversation things turn to the early days of Tom’s career.