Larry welcomes home his son from his first tour of duty in the Middle East. Plus a tribute to Professor Irwin Corey, Barbara Hale and John Hurt. And at some point, Larry does his first-ever Jim Morrison impression. Quote of the week: “I’m always willing to be suspicious at the drop of a hat.”
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Nineteen pretty women come to meet handsome firemen and find Larry telling jokes. Ture story. Larry explains why 13 portions of hot pastrami are about right and where he stands on the rinsing dishes before putting them in the dishwasher debate. Then he recites, “Fate” by Ralph Waldo Emerson and talks about a great moment […]
What’s better than a snow day? Maybe an armistice. Plus a tribute to the late Carnegie Deli, where they would have served creamed herring. If only it were Jewish food. And Larry talks about Meryl Streep and Sophie’s Choice on Magic Movie Moment. Quote of the week: “No one goes against me in weather wishes.” […]
Larry gives a tip of the hat to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds as he talks about his love of “Singing In The Rain” and working with Carrie Fisher in a writer’s room. Also, find out if dogs celebrate new year’s seven times a year or not and what happens when a gorilla walks into […]
The operating system update on the Milleronia weather machine did not go well. So, the studio is snowed in until after the New Year when the streets will be plowed with hot lava. Please enjoy this New Year’s treat and we’ll see you in 1937 or 2017, whichever comes first.
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 […]
In honor of Pearl Harbor Day, Larry talks about the movie “From Here To Eternity” and Pearl Harbor vets. On Poetry Corner, Larry recites “The Glory Of Age” by Edgar Albert Guest.
Larry looks back at the things he is grateful for, including that potato thing and that turkey thing, also family. Then Larry talks about the holiday classic, “The Wizard of Oz” and recites “Sun and Shadow” by Oliver Wendell Holmes.
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! Check out the new t-shirts in the all-new Larry Miller Show store! http://LarryMillerShow.com/store