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    Gee Whiz, It’s Show Biz!

    Gee whiz becomes ho hum really fast, but not for Larry! He never gets tired of Hollywood. Hear about him horsing around on studio lots and the secret of dressing ...


Remembering Garry Marshall

Larry shares memories of the late Garry Marshall and their time on his “happy sets.” Then Larry fights a losing battle with a bloomin’ onion but has an otherwise lovely time at Outback Steak House. And Larry recites “Sonnet VII” by John Milton and talks about the Bing Crosby movie “Going My Way.” Quote of […]

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The Good, The Bad & The Larry

Larry tells about Abraham Lincoln distracting a wino in New York City. Then he searches for the planet where all the drinks are free and all the women look like Julie Newmar! Hear about the political conventions on Milleronia (or lack thereof), The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and the poem “Summer” by Alexander […]

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Daniel Boone Sat Here

Larry returns from a road trip to NYC and Kentucky, one of which was Daniel Boone country. Tune in to find out which! And hear the tale of Colonel Jeff’s long, long, long day, which included breaking into a guest’s car after recording with Alison Rosen and a Peter Gunn marathon. Larry talks about the […]

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Doing More With Less

We have our first guest ever — Larry’s son who is about to be deployed overseas! But before that, hear about if Mr. Doorman stole the couch, the movie “Jaws,” Larry’s extremely broken toilet seat and what “Marine tough” is. (Hint: It has something to do with the broken toilet seat and hot sauce.) Quote […]

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Born On The 4th of Ju-Larry

Why shooting bottle rockets doesn’t count as college credit, Larry’s dog goes to the dentist and why you should never work with dogs, babies or W.C. Fields. And Larry recites the full poem “The Defence of Fort McHenry,” which is the source of the lyrics for “The Star Spangled Banner.” And on Magic Movie Moment, […]

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The Napoleon of Milleronia!

Larry celebrates the anniversary of Waterloo with some sweet, sweet Napoleon chat! And it just wouldn’t be a summer solstice without Larry missing the summer solstice. Also hear about dead goldfish from the summer fair and which is worse, the French Disease or the English Disease. Quote of the week: “Congratulations, Dr. IQ, it’s you […]

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School’s Out!

Our most ABSOOORBING episode ever! School’s out on Milleronia and Larry talks about summertime fun, why he inadvertently wore a confederate cap to the Lincoln memorial and which is the better type of cow, a JUHHHHSEY or a GUHHHRNSEY. Plus, the movie “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum” and a recitation […]

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A Fart Falls In The Forest

If a fart falls in the forest and nobody hears it, is it still funny? What if it happens in a Chinese restaurant and EVERYBODY hears it? Well, Larry asks that question, and not hypothetically, we’re afraid to say. Plus remembrance of D-Day, a look back at “Saving Private Ryan” and Larry once again recites […]

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Larry Across The Mersey

Would God let Larry cheat on his wife with Marilyn Monroe? Why did they never build a bridge across the Mersey? And do some like it hot? Plus tales of walking across the Brooklyn Bridge with his comedian buddies. Quote of the week: “How do you like that, hayseed?” Producer: Colonel Jeff Fox

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Memorial Daze!

This Memorial Day, everyone deserves a promotion. And we mean everybody. In honor of Memorial Day, Larry recites the great war poem, “Aftermath” by Sigfried Sassoon and talks about a magic movie moment from Ed Zwick’s classic civil war drama “Glory.” Quote of the week: “So far as I know, the French invented everything sexual.” […]

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