We haven’t had too much magicians on the show owing to their propensity for secrecy, but today we’re breaking the magician’s code. Not really, but we’re having one on. Same thing. Afterwards, Sidney might be the star of the upcoming show The Deed, but what’s more important is how his mom met Trump.
If you know a senior who needs help, you call Senior Helpers. It’s in the name. If you know someone who spent 20 years in prison, call the Oscars.
We got the Lammers side of the Oscars. Now for Zuri, who hasn’t gotten jaded yet. And speaking of jaded, people tend to have a pretty pessimistic view of World War 2. They just need to see the positive side of the war. There’s still tons of death, but maybe a little less death.
The Oscars went pretty much the way everyone knew they would, with smugness and pearl-clutching every which way. But it wasn’t quite as bad as it could have been. Progress.
This episode may have been snubbed by the Academy, but it undoubtedly will turn into a cult classic in no time.
Clips Featuring: Jeff Cesario, and Pat Proft
Apparently Ryan is from New York City. He doesn’t like to talk about it much.
You may think drugs and gambling don’t mesh with Catholicism, but just look every every Italian on the east coast. They, and Joey, have managed to weave the two together.
It’s not a Best Of, it’s not an episode. But we couldn’t just leave you with only one mp3 to download today, now could we?
Nobody showed up for work today. Luckily it’s Oscars season and Kristyn has plenty to say. Also stocks.