Last week’s show was all movies, this week’s show is all music…and our special guest is none other than jazz singer Sarah Partridge, who just happens to be Gary’s lovely wife! Sarah talks about her brand new CD, I Never Thought I’d Be Here (available NOW on Amazon), and her inspiration for writing the album. PLUS, if you think Sarah looks a little bit familiar, wait until you hear what movie she appeared in, and on what TV shows you may have heard her voice on…you won’t believe it! Then, Tony presents some music he thinks we all need to hear, and Gary does the same, in his new (old) segment, I Hear Dead People. A real toe-tappin’ episode!
Tony and Gary get to geek out with the nation’s #1 movie geek, Kevin McCarthy, of Fox and Friends and Fox 5 in Washington, D.C.! The guys talk all things movies, and Kevin tells about meeting his movie stars and movie-making idols, including Steven Spielberg, who asked Kevin to make a movie for him!!! Also, Kevin previews this year’s most talked-about movies (including Furious 7, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Entourage). PLUS: Tony informs Gary that the name “Gary” is no longer popular. Another jam-packed show!
In this CRAZY episode, Gary gives Tony a gift that only a REALLY close friend would dare to give. (And even then….!!) Plus, riddled with issues, Tony requires yet another visit from renowned West Coast psychiatrist, Dr. Lionel Brunswick. AND….comic/hypnotist FLIP ORLEY stops by to share his wild road to a life of comedy, hypnosis, divorce, and some WILD tattoos! Also: can’t we all just get along?
After Gary’s stellar performance in the “Movie Trivia Game” a few weeks ago, we decided to pit Gary against fellow movie trivia expert Robb Spewak – and it’s a BATTLE ROYALE! Also, the truth about female anatomy, bizarre addictions, and an 8-year-old Gary has his first celebrity encounter!
On the first truly R-rated episode of the show, Tony and Gary welcome Angela Stribling, the gorgeous host of WHUR-FM’s Pillow Talk with Angela, so she can answer their questions….and YOURS (!)….about love, sex, and relationships! Needless to say, it gets heated AND hysterical–especially when the attention turns to Rob Ford and his questions! Also: the healing power of show tunes!
(Pillow Talk with Angela can be heard Fridays at midnight on Washington D.C.’s 96.3 WHUR-FM, and Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at midnight (that’s EARLY Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) on Sirius/XM Channel 141, HUR Voices.)
Please don’t misread that title. Rob Ford’s Washington Post “Date Lab” date was NOT with CNN’s Bill Weir! However, this episode features BOTH! First: Rob fills us in on his big “Date Lab” night out with the lovely “Megan”. Then, Gary and Tony talk to their friend, journalist Bill Weir, about his new CNN series “The Wonder List”. Also, Tony tries to stump Gary with a game of Movie Trivia, AND Tony announces his decision about his cell phone situation. Stop the presses!
(WATCH Rob and Megan talk about their date at http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/foxs-tony-perkins-fretted-about-date-lab-dead-ends-so-we-matched-his-producer/2015/02/05/c8307afc-a7e3-11e4-a2b2-776095f393b2_story.html READ about the date in the Feb. 22, 2015 edition of “The Washington Post Magazine”)
Maybe it’s because it’s Valentine’s Day, but Tony and Gary wind up–quite unexpectedly–talking about their relationship and some of the ups and downs they’ve been through together. It’s rather revealing! Also: the trouble with today’s law students; the secret history of Lysol; Tony’s TUBE-tacular television; and Gary has an Uncomfortable Moment with…..a Star’s Dog!
Rob Ford updates Gary and Tony on his Washington Post “Date Lab” experience; Tony takes his Mom to the doctor, with interesting results; Gary gives Tony a gift that presents him with quite a dilemma; Gary attempts to help Tony with his “issues” by calling a psychiatrist (!!!); and music from Meghan Trainor and….Bing Crosby???
This episode contains what may be the most unbelievable coincidence EVER. You’ll hear it when Gary and Tony call a…..well, you’ll just have to listen to it! Also, the guys make a pitch to appear in the soon-to-be-shot cheesy SyFy network movie, “Sharknado 3”; Gary has an encounter with a drag queen (!); Tony talks about what it was like to perform in concert with “Donnie and the Revolution”; Gary presents “The 5 Words”; and music from Aretha Franklin. Plus, a bonus for the die hards! [Pictured: Art Carney and Joyce Randolph as Ed and Trixie Norton, on “The Honeymooners”]
In this episode, Tony and Gary showcase two of their favorite celebrity interviews. First, Tony and Gary talk to David Cassidy in a surprisingly candid and emotional conversation. David opens up about fame and family (including his complicated relationship with his father, actor Jack Cassidy) and his struggle with alcoholism. David was once the biggest teen idol in the world as Keith Partridge on The Partridge Family, and still performs today to sell-out crowds of devoted fans.
Next, Tony and Gary have a hysterical chat with Emmy Award winner, Tom Bergeron, host of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and America’s Funniest Home Videos! Tom gives the hilariously unexpected inside scoop on those shows plus his time at Hollywood Squares, Good Morning America, FX’s Breakfast Time, and more!