Marble Halls & Silver Screens Podcast Ep. 74 — The International Martini Day Edition

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This week, Brad lives up to his Twitter nom de plume (MartiniShark — one day he may live up to the second half of that name, but I’m not sure we want that to happen) by taking advantage of International Martini Day and making one on-air.

We also get into Sarah’s review of “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers,” a hilarious take on the Lisa Page/Peter Strzok affair that was recorded at the Reagan Building in downtown DC.

Actors Dean Cain and Kristy Swanson play Peter Strzok and Lisa Page in the production “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers” on July 13, 2019 in Washington, DC.

And Brad’s joy at discovering the marketing jabbing going on between the film “Child’s Play” and the new “Toy Story” movie, which opened at the same time.

Other topics this week include:

  • Acosta tries to challenge Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson to meet him on the playground after school
  • Black southern Democrats break ranks with pro-aborts
  • Kyle Kashuv learns a lesson about unforgiveness
  • Sen. David Perdue is serious about draining the swamp
  • CNN owns the airports

Come along and enjoy a Friday drive-time listen!

Listen to “Marble Halls & Silver Screens Ep. 74” on Spreaker.

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