Dick Guttman’s been a Hollywood PR guy for 60 years. As you may have guessed, he has plenty of stories. He tells about one millionth of them on today’s show. For the rest you’ll have to buy his book.
Do you hate the pedal pub? Then you’re in bad company, because most of this segment is about how the people who “attacked” it. It is not favorable.
Kim Valentini’s got a gala in the near future where Kathryn can buy $4000 shoes or something like that. Tom and Ralph were worried about the excess estrogen in the room.
We’ve got a large number of people on the show today. Most of them are involved with I’ll Be Me. The other one is Bobby.
Don’t crack open a Foster’s and throw a shrimp on the barbie because Mitch doesn’t do that. He does star in a new movie called Missionary though.
Tim has gone high brow and discusses theatrical arts in addition to the silver screen. Kim is in studio to talk about the current cases she’s working on to combat the failed drug safety system and the injustice that’s been taking place.
We’ve got a robust quantity of entertaining news stories to get you in the mood for some comedy in part 2, however that works.
It’s our 500th episode and we’re not calling it a spectacular for no reason. We’re live at the New Hope Cinema Grill, Louie showed up, and we’ve got several regulars with many more to come.