Live from TradioV, Langdon and the Crew bring one of the funniest shows yet, and naughtiest, as the producer and actors from the new award-winning psycho-sexual thriller Safeword bound into the station; there’s bondage, Furbies, and Bronies; and there’s a very sexy live read by the hot (and talented) actors Zach McCall and Gloria Huwiler; you have to see Naomi’s face as Miles Maker and the crew talk about sex and all of the fetishes – it’s hilarious, and so it the conversation; the cherry on top is the return of Larry Melrose Green with a brand new edition of “Melrose on Hollywood,” accosting – we mean, interviewing – random tourists on Hollywood Boulevard; the G-Spot is back, too, with the most incredible tale of heroism we’ve heard; listen to actual 9-1-1 tapes of citizen hero Antoinette Tuff talk down a school shooter, saving dozens of lives, including the mentally ill would-be gunman; it gives Langdon hope, and this entire show will put a smile on your face! Pictures, links to the tape and more information are on the website!
A special podcast from Champagne Studios brings Langdon and the Crew two crazy, and yet, familiar guests: former cast member – and beloved Ginger – Cory Pearman gives a telephonic update on his comings and goings (and almost drownings in the recent Colorado floods) and Tony gives us a late night blow by blow of his vacation back in New Jersey; there are, of course, technical difficulties, dirty stories, and lots of laughs; there’s also some deep dish discussion about the news and new media and keeping informed as an important way to make the world better (in addition to making dirty jokes, of course!); pictures, information and links are always on the website and in the Facebook Listener Room, so log on and stay in touch with Langdon and the Crew there, and now Twitter and Instagram, too!
A new tradition at Langdon Nation? Booze & News. (Special thanks to "The Drunkard" for use of their fabulous logo.)
Walter Cronkite is rolling in his grave and Anderson Cooper just might come out of his closet to complain about this boozy broadcast that has Langdon at the news desk covering stories with a microphone and a bottle (of beer); Jimmy Fallon makes an (inadvertent) appearance along with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann that involves shame, blame and a snarky game; the bad, bad behavior of Black Friday shoppers is examined and, in a moment of sheer genius, Langdon deduces the reason for the weekend violence; Langdon also brings you other Pepper Spray news, plus stories of missing goats, stolen sperm and the arrest of Frosty the Snowman; the news isn’t all bad, though, as we discover when Langdon brings tale of a pretty amazing hero citizen who actually thwarts a child abduction, of Lady GaGa’s bold stand against bullying and a long overdue Pilgrim “apology” to Native Americans – inappropriate, and so, so funny!
LA’s popular radio deejay, KJLH’s Don Amiche, joins Langdon and the Crew and he charms their pants off (almost literally!); he’ll charm you, too, as he talks about working with Stevie Wonder (who owns the station) and his on-air partner, Tami Mac, fathering, and what he’s gonna do to the next lucky lady; he is so amazing, he actually ends up giving love advice to Langdon; it’s an absolute party as the gang tackles Nic’s vagina, Ginger Persecution, and why women should give blow jobs – and love it; you might be surprised by Langdon’s opinion here, and by the shocking surprise “phone call” from Mountain Man himself; all this, plus Anderson Cooper cracking up on camera, spoilers of some of the other celebs coming to Champagne Studios and the new Twitter contest where you could win an autographed copy of the Raging Peanuts’ new CD!