I Want My (Old) MTV

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dnmbv-12ebd38 Can you picture the scene in the spooky abandoned house, Michael Jackson’s innocent date watching terrified as he and his zombie posse advance on her, the beat of “Thriller” pounding in the background? How about the beautiful girl being pulled into a comic book love story by the handsome lead singer in A-Ha’s “TakeContinue reading “I Want My (Old) MTV”

The 5 W’s with Candy and Ashley

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-nej7g-12f72a9 Thanksgiving is a time for family, food, and fun… which in this case means some personal recommendations from your friends at Scandal Water!   In hopes of adding some extra flavor to your holiday, this week Candy and Ashley surprise their listeners (and each other) by highlighting some of their favorite entertainment-related things.    TheContinue reading “The 5 W’s with Candy and Ashley”

An ‘Untouchable’ Reputation? The Truth about Eliot Ness, with Douglas Perry

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2wadk-12fa6ce For many Americans, the name Eliot Ness conjures up images of a young Kevin Costner in 1987’s film “The Untouchables,” or perhaps Robert Stack’s version from a few decades earlier. Our younger listeners may not recognize the name at all. But for a time, Eliot Ness was legendary, famously taking on Al Capone andContinue reading “An ‘Untouchable’ Reputation? The Truth about Eliot Ness, with Douglas Perry”

‘Stranger Things’: A Nostalgic Love Letter to the 80’s

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-iswc9-1308cf5 Eleven. Justice for Barb. The Upside Down. Bob. “Running Up That Hill.” Eddie. Recognize these references? Then you are probably one of the millions of fans who just celebrated “Stranger Things Day” on November 6th (the day in 1983 that Will Byers went missing)Join us as we discuss this “love letter to 80s cultContinue reading “‘Stranger Things’: A Nostalgic Love Letter to the 80’s”

Edgar Bergen Was No Dummy

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-iw63j-12e4545 While many today might know Edgar Bergen only as father to actress Candice Bergen, who starred in Murphy Brown, at one time this famous ventriloquist was a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment field.  With Charlie McCarthy, his beloved ventriloquist dummy, at his side, Edgar starred in radio programs, television shows, VegasContinue reading “Edgar Bergen Was No Dummy”