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#Hannibalism descends as Christopher and Eric welcome filmmaker Bryan Fuller back to the banquet table to dissect the third season of NBC’s hit drama series “Hannibal.” Meanwhile, adorably incompetent critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand attempts to discern whether the gorier elements of “Hannibal” are true-to-life, and a brand...Read More»

In an all new livecast, Christopher and Eric ask you, their beloved Party People, to discuss the most anticipated movies of summer 2015. The Party Line (323-PEZ-TDPS) is always open for your voicemails. Plus, the hosts talk books and conventions, demolish the idiotic and unusual in the headlines and debut a new edition of Christopher & Eric’...Read More»

In an all new livecast, Christopher and Eric ask you, their beloved Party People, to discuss the most anticipated movies of summer 2015. The Party Line (323-PEZ-TDPS) is always open for your voicemails. Plus, the hosts talk books and conventions, demolish the idiotic and unusual in the headlines and debut a new edition of Christopher & Eric’...Read More»

Armistead Maupin joins Christopher and Eric for an intimate and lively conversation about his latest novel, the final installment in his beloved TALES OF THE CITY series, THE DAYS OF ANNA MADRIGAL. Along the way Armistead answers questions from the Party People and shares witty, nostalgic tales of his storied career. Christopher and Eric agree; this epi...Read More»

Armistead Maupin joins Christopher and Eric for an intimate and lively conversation about his latest novel, the final installment in his beloved TALES OF THE CITY series, THE DAYS OF ANNA MADRIGAL. Along the way Armistead answers questions from the Party People and shares witty, nostalgic tales of his storied career. Christopher and Eric agree; this epi...Read More»

Ahead of the Romantic Times Booklovers convention in Dallas, bestselling authors Lexi Blake (“Dungeon Games: A Masters and Mercenaries Novella”) and Julie Kenner (“Caress of Pleasure: A Dark Pleasures Novella”) join “The Dinner Party Show” to discuss erotic romance, the importance of swag, the impact of the digital revolution on publishing a...Read More»

Ahead of the Romantic Times Booklovers convention in Dallas, bestselling authors Lexi Blake (“Dungeon Games: A Masters and Mercenaries Novella”) and Julie Kenner (“Caress of Pleasure: A Dark Pleasures Novella”) join “The Dinner Party Show” to discuss erotic romance, the importance of swag, the impact of the digital revolution on publishing a...Read More»

Filmmaker Chad Hodge returns to “The Dinner Party Show” with author Blake Crouch to talk up their event series on Fox TV, “Wayward Pines,” based on Blake’s wildly popular series of novels. Advertiser spotlights include “Multiple Personality Disorder Detective Agency” and “Audiobook Bestsellers: The Tardackian ...Read More»

Filmmaker Chad Hodge returns to “The Dinner Party Show” with author Blake Crouch to talk up their event series on Fox TV, “Wayward Pines,” based on Blake’s wildly popular series of novels. Advertiser spotlights include “Multiple Personality Disorder Detective Agency” and “Audiobook Bestsellers: The Tardackian ...Read More»

Singer and renowned raconteur Sam Harris chats with Christopher and Eric about his storied career, from winning “Star Search” in its very first season to his Tony-nominated work on Broadway and his recent memoir, “Ham: Slices of a Life: True LifeTales” (Gallery Books) Also, an installment of “Doing Authors!” goes ver...Read More»

Singer and renowned raconteur Sam Harris chats with Christopher and Eric about his storied career, from winning “Star Search” in its very first season to his Tony-nominated work on Broadway and his recent memoir, “Ham: Slices of a Life: True LifeTales” (Gallery Books) Also, an installment of “Doing Authors!” goes ver...Read More»

Actor and activist Heather Matarazzo (“Welcome to the Dollhouse,” “The L Word,” “The Princess Diaries,” the upcoming Tina Fey/Amy Poehler comedy “Sisters”) visits the studio to chat with Christopher and Eric and answer questions from the Party People. An episode of “Book Talk,” broadcast live f...Read More»

Actor and activist Heather Matarazzo (“Welcome to the Dollhouse,” “The L Word,” “The Princess Diaries,” the upcoming Tina Fey/Amy Poehler comedy “Sisters”) visits the studio to chat with Christopher and Eric and answer questions from the Party People. An episode of “Book Talk,” broadcast live f...Read More»

Christopher and Eric debate the ideal Spring Break scenario and play messages from the Party People left on the Dinner Party Line at 323-PEZ-TDPS. Adorably incompetent critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand tangles with drunk straight girls during a disastrous on-location report from Florida. And a new advertiser debuts: ‘Tastrophe, the soft drink flavo...Read More»

Christopher and Eric debate the ideal Spring Break scenario and play messages from the Party People left on the Dinner Party Line at 323-PEZ-TDPS. Adorably incompetent critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand tangles with drunk straight girls during a disastrous on-location report from Florida. And a new advertiser debuts: ‘Tastrophe, the soft drink flavo...Read More»

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