Big changes in the world and big, breaking news for the show pack this hilarious (and dramatic) can’t-miss episode; you’ll hear the amazing good news about the show that has Langdon and The Crew hootin’ and hollerin’; they’re so happy, they almost get gay, somehow playing the “Which Character on ‘Sex And The City’ Are You Game;” there’s women in combat, a Sarah Palin update, and a beloved cartoon character falls from grace; conspiracies creep in to the conversation, proving it’s time for another Big Conspiracy Show; Booze & News and Floriduh are back and remember there are exclusive pics on the website and behind the scenes photos are there and now on Facebook, too!
Nationally syndicated progressive talk radio host Norman Goldman joins Langdon and the Crew to serve up some fascinating opinions on the current state of hyper-partisanship that seems to be grid-locking the United States in this hot pre-election season; if you ever thought politics was boring, this episode will change your mind; Langdon asks some pressing questions and Norm truly digs deep to analyze the issues; the conversation is stimulating, to say the least, and we’re proud to say that the focus is (as always on the show) solution-oriented, and not just another blame game; how can Americans come together again?…What could help unify us?…And what could motivate us to participate more in the system that so many have fought and shed blood for?…There’s some tough criticism of both political parties, plenty of possible solutions and, of course, lots of laughs!…All this, plus Nazi echo chambers, psychiatric wards, the search for the “Big O!” Enjoy, Nation!
Spring has sprung and the studio is filled with blooming flowers and buzzing bees, which is another way to say that Langdon and the Crew are especially frisky today; it might also be because of the lovely guest, international singer Sharon Stanley, the primary vocalist for the best big band in history (that’s still performing more than 60 years later) The Glenn Miller Orchestra; she’s a true diva with amazing stories about everybody including some inside info about the historic LA neighborhood Hancock Park, the true story behind The Girl From Ipanema, and Christo’s deadly umbrellas; plus, Michael line dances, Langdon confesses, and Nic has some lovely Easter eggs to share with you! Check out the website to see extra pics and find a link to Sharon’s page.
Sarah Palin, Hank Williams Jr. and Paris Hilton are all on Langdon’s mind this week, and he shares his private thoughts about them (and so much more!) in this extraordinary episode where Langdon rides SOLO; that’s right, no sound engineer, no Crew – Langdon is on his own in Champagne Studios; can he manage the sound board, the computer, and his own crazy brain?…It’s a grand experiment, where Langdon faces one of his biggest fears, annoying celebrities and bad grammar; find out what makes him crazy, why he says, “Politics Is Sexy (Dammit!)” and how he really feels about the Crew; all that, plus a surprise wedding proposal (yes, we said wedding!) and more info on the next live events where you can party with Langdon and the entire Crew of Langdon Nation!
The crazy crew of The Oddcast is back, and they brought their femme fatale this time (along with a lot of liquor and dirty jokes!); this cross-over of full of sexual healing and comedy goodness and you can’t miss it as The Two Crews talk about grape flavored weed, being half black and all hot, and confess to their secret sexual fetishes; somehow Sarah Palin manages to make a surprise call (and hit on Dusty Angel), and cartoon characters come into the conversation (which do you want to have sex with?); there’s major flirting between two of the crew members and big love for peeps like Adam Carolla, Tim Conway Jr. and Gina and Randy from The Pretty Good Podcast; find out why Alfie says, “Creepy is the new quirky,” plus, be the first to hear the new (and naughty!) song by the Raging Peanuts, “Have Some Sex!”