Monroe learns about mad hatter’s disease and teaches us about things people sell that nobody needs. It’s an educational experience for everyone but Jay Bee who spends the time in quiet introspection.
Tom explains his absence in the first hour. Apparently it was better that way, even with the Poltergeist-caliber technical difficulties. He made up for it by abusing Becky in the second hour.
Tom doesn’t show up at all, the audio starts to break at the end, and the guests have the wrong info. Can our heroes persevere in the face of overwhelming bad luck? Maybe.
We discover today that Jeremy Piven is not liked by many people. Three of those people have ties to this show. We also discover that Tom is passionate about the confederate flag, being a home grown southerner as he is.
Becky’s favorite countryman/author calls in and swears a bunch for Tom. She writes profanity all the time, why not say it? Then we’ve got Peter Mehlman, who’s also a writer, but not the same kind of writer. Because Seinfeld.
Like every week (except next week), Monday is movie review night. The main topic is the worst movie ever made, but there are some good ones in there too, including the highest grossing opening weekend in history. Wow!
Tom said something he shouldn’t have this morning. Michael Bryant gets a new introduction out of it, but still. The good news is he’s in good company, because Obama also said something people are upset about.
Tom has a nice three syllable name which makes for a catchy show title. With Alex, not so much. We could have called it the Jay Bee show, but hindsight is always 20/20, right?
Stuart was an ordinary volleyball player until one fateful day in California. A sudden gathering of dark clouds and a bolt of lightning changed him forever. Now he makes movies.
Costaki joins us for even quicker quick snaps. Andy has gone missing and Tom assumes he is being beaten up. Alex’s friend Becky joins us from across the pond.