Jackie Kashian [#608-2]

Jackie Kashian [#608-2]

Part one was the triumphant return of Don, now we have the triumphant return of Carl after caring for his brother’s recovery from a very intimate surgery.

Return of the Don [#608-1]

Return of the Don [#608-1]

Don Shelby is back after so many months of absence.  Always the intellectual, we discuss the topic of the presidential nominees.  Then we talk about Suge Knight running over his friend.  We try to cover a broad spectrum.

Sam Tripoli [#607-2]

Sam Tripoli [#607-2]

It’s a yell-off between Ron and Sam as they discuss the merits of not keeping it clean on stage.

Mike Fernandez [#607-1]

Mike Fernandez [#607-1]

In 1964, Mike was ousted from Cuba because his family didn’t support the Castro regime.  Today, he’s a billionaire.  So thing went pretty well for him.

Mark Clement [#606-2]

Mark Clement [#606-2]

It’s the 2015 World’s Fair hosted by the Tom Barnard Show!  A car that runs on saltwater?  A wire that lets you actually talk to a computer?  Feral King Charles spaniels roaming the everglades?  This and more on the futuristic frontier of the Tom Barnard Show!

Kerri Kasem [#606-1]

Kerri Kasem [#606-1]

You’ve heard Tom imitate Casey Kasem a million times.  Now hear Kerri, someone who actually knew Casey (being his daughter and all), talk about him firsthand.

Marty Brounstein [#605-2]

Marty Brounstein [#605-2]

Marty is the author of Two Among the Righteous Few, a story about the ups and downs of the holocaust.  How there were ups remains to be seen, but he promises they existed.

Skype Dreams [#605-1]

Skype Dreams [#605-1]

Today is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, so we use the opportunity to talk about horrible things.  Like the Double Down Dog, which we learn is actually surprisingly healthy.  Relatively speaking, that is.

Things Not To Do [#604-2]

Things Not To Do [#604-2]

Apparently people still listen to Bill Maher for some reason.  And watch bad movies, which there are many of.  We at the Tom Barnard Show recommend doing neither, with some great examples of why.

Being Tom Barnard [#604-1]

Being Tom Barnard [#604-1]

Frank Vascellaro from WCCO comes in and asks Tom about what makes Tom Tom.  Tom has a lot to say on the subject.

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