After several months, Ty returns to discuss Gene Shalit, old high school yearbooks and other nonsense. Heavy is off trying to find a good crappie spot, so Ty and Gustav have to record without him.
Being men of a certain age, they discuss hair cuts, rogue hairs and eyebrow trimming before they retell the story of Heavy at the family night and his campaign to be the mayor of the 903 area code.
Ty recently got four copies of his mom’s high school yearbooks so they talk about Father Monteblanc who is featured prominently and how different the high school kids of early seventies and late sixties looked compared to subsequent generations.
Speaking of high school, Gustav retells the story of his poor French teacher and how after almost 30 years, she is still haunted by the memories of teaching Gustav to ecoute et repute.
They discuss the decline of family reunions and how Megan’s family reunion t-shirt caused awkwardness. Then Ty relates how Megan’s dad is pissed at him for an ice cream recommendation.
Speaking of Megan’s Movie Podcast the boys turn to film and film critics. Gustav talks about Bobby Wygant and Siskel and Ebert, and then they wonder if Gene Shalit is Alive and Well. On air fact checking confirms he is, at least at the time of the recording.
They then discuss Peter Bogdonovich, Ben Johnson and the Last Picture Show as well as Russ Meyer movies, Mexican Charlton Heston in Touch of Evil, Marilyn Chambers as the Ivory Snow girl and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.
It’s a fast paced stream of conscience episode so buckle up.
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