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Time Enough At Last – #3: Mr. Denton On Doomsday

Sean Magers and Keith Conrad are re-watching The Twilight Zone. Each week they’ll share their reactions to each episode and even a little a little trivia along the way. The third episode was “Mr. Denton On Doomsday”

Here’s the original description of the episode:

Town drunk Al Denton (Dan Duryea), once a feared gunslinger but now an object of pity and scorn is forced to draw against a sadistic bully (Martin Landau). A glance from mysterious peddler Mr. Fate (Malcolm Atterbury) allows Denton to get off two miraculous shots, saving his life. Now a town hero, Denton regains his self-respect and swears off liquor. But soon, the routine that drove him to the bottle in the first place begins again -Denton is challenged to a shootout by a young hotshot (Doug McClure). Practicing, Denton finds his ability with a gun is long gone, In desperation, he turns to Fate for more magic. What Fate provides might just save Debton from a bullet…or it might do much, much more.

The Greatest Story Ever Podcast – #5: Unintentional International Arms Smuggling with Andrew Heaton

Andrew Heaton is a comedian, who I first became aware of several years ago when he was doing some hilarious video content for the Libertarian website reason. Now he’s the host of two great podcasts, The Political Orphanage, a podcast for people who want to know about what’s going on in the world, but don’t want to become a part of the partisan brick-throwing contest, and Alienating the Audience, where he does a deep dive on movies, TV and general geekery. But I’m talking to Andrew about the day several years ago when he was guilty of unintentional international gun smuggling.

If you think you can top those stories, shoot me an email at GreatestStoryEverPodcast@gmail.com

Geek/CounterGeek – #154: Reviewing Star Trek: Picard

Could one of the changes that comes about because of the COVID-19 outbreak be that from now on movies will be released on-demand at the same time they are in theaters? Misty Callahan and Keith Conrad discuss.

Plus, Misty and Keith share their thoughts about the first season of Star Trek: Picard on CBS All Access.

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Time Enough At Last – #2: One For The Angels

Sean Magers and Keith Conrad are on a mission to re-watch The Twilight Zone. They’ll share their reactions to each episode and even a little a little trivia along the way. The second episode was “One For The Angels”

Here’s the original description of the episode:

Lew Bookman (Ed Wynn) is an unremarkable, sixtyish salesman who works the city streets. Life passes without incident, until one July afternoon when Mr. Death informs him that he is to die at midnight. Faced with the problem of finding a replacement for his elusive subject, Death arranges for little Maggie, a neighborhood child, to die in a traffic accident. Bookman, now determined to save the girl, has no choice but to confront Mr. Death and deliver the toughest sales pitch of his career.

Garry Meier Show – Episode #620: Sheryl Gould Explains How To Deal with Teens and Tweens

Garry talks with author Sheryl Gould about her new book “You’re Not Crazy, You’re Not A Bad Parent and No Your Teen Really Doesn’t Hate You.” Meanwhile, people in Spain thought their town had been invaded by a lion but it turned out to be something more conventional. Plus, a dentist’s bad decision six years ago is paying off during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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The Greatest Story Ever Podcast – #4: Surviving Cancer and Going Viral (In A Good Way) with Darla Jaye

Darla Jaye is one of the funniest and most talented radio people I’ve ever worked with, but after leaving radio she had an almost Biblical string of calamities hit her all at once. But she came out the other side laughing and ended up becoming a viral sensation after she beat cancer and responded very enthusiastically to ending her treatments. Seriously, she was everywhere, even if you didn’t know who you were watching at the time. I wanted to talk with Darla about what it was like to survive cancer and then see yourself pop up on TV constantly for a week.

If you think you can top those stories, shoot me an email at GreatestStoryEverPodcast@gmail.com