Friday, September 15, 2006

Tonight’s subjects include: Welcome to the 2-Hour Experimental Extended Episode! Featuring… a disk of putty, Lucky Bail Bonds, British Airways Concorde, weird confetti, The Overnightscape Video Review #4 (Produce Review – “Tropical Dragonfruit” and “Sun-Pro Sugar Cane”), beverage review (“Ruedrich’s Red Seal Ale”, “Sapporo Gabu Nomi”, “Bolthouse Farms Prickly Pear Cactus Lemonade”), snack review (“Kettle Brand Bakes Potato Chips – Lightly Salted”), toy review (“Capsule Tomica – Mini Car Collection – Series 9 – Nissan Skyline 2000 Turbo GT-ES”), listener email (“Paul from Manhattan – Governors Island“), NYC audio (Unveiling of the new version of Monopoly (“Here and Now”) in Times Square on 9/12/06… and Frank gets to be one of the first people in the world to play the game!), a mid-show trip to NYC (Rainy day, 8th Avenue, Broadway Theater Disctrict, 44th Street, Spamalot, Shubert Alley, Junior’s Times Square, Marriott Marquis, site of the Monopoly event, one million dollar bill, the weird sound, caffeine, and the Cardworks Hallmark public auction), Dream Review (“Moogerfooger and Movie Viewer“, “Time Travel to 1986 – College Dungeons and Dragons Sale”), Inside the Show, “Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum”, the nature of kombucha, futuristic video billboards, Boston Red Sox, The Wizard of Speed and Time, Evening News with Katie Couric, Saturday morning TV in the ’70s, dream engineers, radio commercials, “Damnation Alley”, The Space Gamer, Katagiri, “Ark II”, Statue of Liberty, a colony of microorganisms, going in to NYC on 9/11/06, Completely Random Memories (“Proposed Giant Statue in Queens”, “Deaner Weaner Beaner”, “Vague TV Memory – Any2 for 11is?”, “French Girl”, “Pascal Class / TRS-80 / LSD / Destroyus (computer game)“), “Max Brenner – Chocolate by the Bald Man”, TI-99/4A, The Strand Bookstore, haircut, lemon sense, widebody monorails, and a comic book store from someone else’s dream. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora. (2 hours)

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