Larry Miller Show
Summary: Comedian Larry Miller tells uplifting stories from his own life, in the tradition of great radio raconteurs like Jean Shepherd and Prarie Home Companion. Tune in to the fireside chat for the 21st century. It's time well spent! Larry Miller is best known for roles in Waiting For Guffman, Best in Show and 10 Things I Hate About You, as well as his standup comedy. Now he brings his sharp wit and genteel manner to his very own podcast. And it's the only podcast recorded from inside an extinct volcano!
How hard should husbands and boyfriends try on Valentine's Day? Really hard, you knuckleheads! Larry overcomes his own knickleheadedness to find a good Valentine present. Hear about the sheiks of oil jewelry store and the history of Valentine's Day. And Larry talks about the movie "Shakespeare in Love" and recites the poem "Two Valentines" by Eugene Field. http://LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "27 thousand dollars for a thing?"
Larry saws logs through one of the best Super Bowls ever and doesn't regret it! And we give a tip of the hat to the late great John Mahoney, discussing Mahoney's life and his role in the classic movie "Moonstruck." Then Larry recites the dark poem "Scotland's Winter" by Edwin Muir. http://LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "And it's halftime."
Larry talks about the Larry Miller Show field trip to the Batman 1966 museum exhibit and Colonel Jeff's first trip to The Magic Castle! In the spirit of football championships, he talks about the classic gridiron movie "Jim Thorpe, All-American." In honor of the super fancy blue red blood moon something or other, he recites "The Moon" by Thoreau. http://LarryMillerShow.com
A cold man in New Jersey aggressively offers to change places with Larry. Also, he talks about the classic Sean Connery James Bond movie, "From Russia With Love" and recites the poem "Justice" by Rudyard Kipling. http://LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "It was just, well, creepy."
Larry tells of his trip to Pink's hot dogs to get a Burt Ward dog. Plus, an emotional discussion of the classic James Cagney movie "Angels With Dirty Faces." Then, Larry recites "Patience Taught By Nature" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. http://LarryMillerShow.com
Larry talks about eating fried chicken and waffles at Bob's Big Boy, and Colonel Jeff meeting Burt Ward at Pink's hot dogs. And Larry is giddy with anticipation for the upcoming 1966 Batman exhibit at the Hollywood Museum. The Larry talks about the movie "Take The Money and Run" and recites "To Mrs Reynolds' Cat" by John Keats. http://LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "Good, traditional, classic, annoying hot dogs.'
Larry offers warm new year wishes to a freezing nation and gives us a new way to look at new year's resolutions. And he recites Shakespeare's tribute to winter, Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind. Then he talks about the classic disaster movie "The Poseidon Adventure." http://LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "You really need a jacket that holds your arms down."
Larry is on vacation for the holidays, so enjoy this little present! We'll see you in the new year. Nominum quid geminus? LarryMillerShow.com
Larry continues the tradition of telling his beloved, true Christmas story, "Does He Drink Coffee?" Will Larry finally "go clean" in this year's version? Then Larry talks about the classic movie "White Christmas" and recites the poem "I heard The Bells On Christmas Day" by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow. Quote of the week: "I think you need somebody's panties in your pocket."
Is there such a thing as sending Christmas cards too early? Find out what makes Putin smile and hear about Larry working on a special Christmas episode of a TV show. Plus a brief tribute to Alan Thicke. On Poetry Corner, Larry recites "The Cry Of A Lost Soul" by John Greenleaf Whittier and talks about "The Song Of Bernadette" on Magic Movie Moment. (FYI this episode is not on OPSEC.) http://LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "Fall back, spring ahead and always bring a sweater."
Hear about Larry's tough friend Ali from Libya and a shopping bag full of cash! Larry will make you laugh, Ali could make you cry. Plus some fond memories of the classic Christmas movie "It's a Wonderful Life." And Larry recites "The Lover's Petition" by Emerson. LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "They were as blonde as vikings."
What should you eat at Thanksgiving? Everything! Larry recounts Thanksgivings of this year and yesteryear, including tales of Uncle Joe always being late. And he also mulls over what is the sixth level of drinking if you live in a trailer park. Then he talks about the movie Exodus and recites the poem "A Golden Day" by Paul Laurence Dunbar. LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "WE don't need string beans. We eat those all week."
Larry talks about why the best Thanksgiving meal is the one at midnight, when you're sneaking into the fridge for leftovers for the first time! And why the simplest recipes are the best and why no vegetables are allowed! LarryMillerShow.com
Larry dances with Treat Williams in NYC and lobbies for free cheeseburgers for veterans. And are J-Lo and A-Rod the most NYC couple ever? Plus Larry talks about the Hitchcock classic movie "Dial M For Murder" and recites "A Poem About Myself" by John Keats. LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: "Yes, I know I have no hair."
Larry faces a tough moment after a crazy week and takes stock in his life. And we have a first for TLMS, as The Poetry Corner and Magic Movie Moment both have the same title -- Splendor In The Grass. (Although one of them has a superfluous number of vowels in its spelling.) Tune in, drop out and don't step into a volcano. http:/LarryMillerShow.com