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Self-professed film geek and Hollywood historian Jack Morrissey returns to discuss modern movie classics with Christopher and Eric—current and recent films they believe will stand the test of time. PLUS: fairly deranged newsman Breck Artery’s infamous exposé of Peter Cottontail, Christopher bids farewell to his cats and the debut of a brand-new...Read More»

Self-professed film geek and Hollywood historian Jack Morrissey returns to discuss modern movie classics with Christopher and Eric—current and recent films they believe will stand the test of time. PLUS: fairly deranged newsman Breck Artery’s infamous exposé of Peter Cottontail, Christopher bids farewell to his cats and the debut of a brand-new...Read More»

Filmmaker and friend of “The Dinner Party Show” Adam Robitel reveals secrets about his creepy new horror film “The Taking of Deborah Logan.” Bestselling author Kristen Proby (“Easy With You”) submits to our infamous “1001 Dark Nights” Author Spotlight. And fairly deranged newsman Breck Artery attempts to u...Read More»

Filmmaker and friend of “The Dinner Party Show” Adam Robitel reveals secrets about his creepy new horror film “The Taking of Deborah Logan.” Bestselling author Kristen Proby (“Easy With You”) submits to our infamous “1001 Dark Nights” Author Spotlight. And fairly deranged newsman Breck Artery attempts to u...Read More»

Bestselling author MJ Rose returns to discuss the state of the publishing industry as well as her latest book, “The Witch of Painted Sorrows.” Plus: befuddled critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand attempts to solve California’s water crisis. And a crotchety new advertiser debuts: CARP, the Curmudgeon’s Association of Retired Persons.<...Read More»

Bestselling author MJ Rose returns to discuss the state of the publishing industry as well as her latest book, “The Witch of Painted Sorrows.” Plus: befuddled critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand attempts to solve California’s water crisis. And a crotchety new advertiser debuts: CARP, the Curmudgeon’s Association of Retired Persons.<...Read More»

Christopher and Eric fight over whose birthday should be celebrated first and for how long. The Party People compete to leave the most inappropriate birthday greeting on the show’s Party Line (323-PEZ-TDPS) The show’s special correspondents offer birthday greetings ranging from the celebratory to the insulting.

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