David is tortured by Aaron Shure one of the executive producers of The Office; Steve Skrovan one of the executive producers of Everybody Loves Raymond; and Daniel Lappin the creator of the longest running sitcom in Israel. Music from Will Ryan and The Cactus County Cowboys. And we end a productive week with the second part of our talk with Gary Delong. Gary ran for Congress this month as a moderate republican. He currently serves on the City Council of Long Beach, California where he is in charge of their budget.
William Fletcher is a spokesman for OUR Walmart which works to ensure that every employee, regardless of his or her title, age, race, or sex, is respected at Walmart. He helped stage some of the Black Friday walkouts last week. Also Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys featuring Westy Westenhofer, John "Presto" Reynolds, and The Official Singing Cowboy Of Hollywood Will Ryan. Plus movies with Michael Snyder.
Once again Feldman takes an innocent discussion on sitcom writing and steers it into something nobody wants to talk about. Aaron Shure is currently a co-executive producer and writer for The Office on NBC. Shure was an executive producer of Everybody Loves Raymond for which he won two Emmy awards in the "Outstanding Comedy Series" category. He was a consulting producer and writer for the HBO sitcom Lucky Louie, and a consulting producer and writer for The New Adventures of Old Christine, and he sometimes blogs on the Huffington Post. Daniel Lappin is an Israeli comedy writer who created Life Isn't Everything which ran for nine seasons on Israeli television. He also produces the Israeli version of Everybody Loves Raymond. Steve Skrovan is a friend of the show who was also an executive producer of Raymond as well as the director of An Unreasonable Man. Plus Will Ryan.
David is taken to the woodshed by Jimmy Dore, and then begs for mercy after alienating all his progressive listeners.
Originally broadcast November 23, 2012. A look back at David's Thanksgiving along with highlights from past shows.
Holiday tips from The Unknown Conservative on how to destroy family gatherings.
Gary Delong was the Republican candidate for California's new 47th Congressional district. He lost earlier this month to Democratic State Senator Alan Lowenthal by just 17,743 votes. A self described moderate Republican, Gary serves on the Long Beach, California city council where he manages the budget. He is also a member of No Labels and refused to take Grover Norquist's pledge not to raise taxes. Also Movie Critic Michael Snyder.
Dore and Feldman resolve their issues. And in the spirit of true bipartisanship are now butt buddies again.
As Feldman's base throws darts at him, the fighting rages on as David's producer reads David the riot act for attacking Abraham Lincoln.
Jimmy Dore attempts to debunk the Unknown Conservative.
David questions the nobility of Lincoln and the Civil War and then attacks General David Petraeus' honor, and not because of the adultery. Movie Critic Michael Snyder joins him from Northern California.
From the set of NBC's Community Eddie Pepitone talks about his new movie "The Bitter Buddha." Along with Down With Tyranny's Howie Klein and New York State Senate Candidate Howie Leib. Plus Will Ryan & The Cactus County Cowboys.
Originally broadcast November 9, 2012. Eddie Pepitone on his new movie "The Bitter Buddha." Comedy Genius Robert Smigel, Political Genius Howie Klein, Legal Genius Howie Leib, and Musical Genius Will Ryan & The Cactus County Cowboys.
It's Election Day. Listen to me girls. You really need to listen to me. Plus Michael Snyder on movies.
A real life Republican pays us a visit to tell us why we should vote for Romney. Plus Jimmy Dore, Kevin Rooney and Stephane Zamorano.
Time to relax those pre election post Sandy jitters with Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys, Barry Crimmons, Kevin Rooney, Jimmy Dore, Jeremy S. Kramer, and Stephane Zamorano. Plus a Billy Bragg song from Robin Roberts.
Originally Broadcast November 2, 2012. Ethel Mormon, Eddie Pepitone, Jimmy Tingle, Will Ryan, Karen Benjamin and Alan Chapman.
Jimmy Tingle joins Kevin Rooney, Jeremy Kramer, Jimmy Dore and Stephanie Zamorano for a spirited conversation about Boston, Romneycare, and Politics.