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!
Red Tape, Black Tape – Censorship…when Langdon envisions being gaged, it’s not by an industry exec pulling his own show down; but, that’s exactly what happened this week; hear the details (and how he really feels) in this next installment of Private Sessions (really the seventh, but the other two had different name, soo00….there you go); it’s a rather dramatic edition, too, as Langdon also addresses some listeners’ questions and concerns about President Obama and he drops some truth bombs (and, maybe some F-bombs!); as usual, he also ends up confessing some secrets here as well as offering his very personal opinions about the the show, the Crew and even listeners and one of his ex’s; there’s also some amazing Booze & News in this episode and a very funny anecdote about Papa! And, remember, to check the website for your Daily Download – a special comedy to brighten your day (or to make you pee in your pants); also, there’s always extra pics and behind the scenes thingies on the site; so, check it out!
Hurley’s numbers finally come in, a child piano prodigy meets Lady Gaga and gets a record contract, and a homeless dude with a golden voice gets a second shot at the golden goose; is it luck, fate or just a fact of what the internet and YouTube can do today?…Tony, Cory and the Invisible Intern are in the studio to listen to the evidence and discuss with Langdon…and, of course, crack lots of jokes and invent more hilarious improvised music; tune in for the madness and another installment of Viewer Mail, including one letter that prompts Langdon to talk about why he struck out on his own.