Once again, Ty and Gustav are without the one and only Heavy Longmire, but they somehow manage to appreciate art, talk about Curly Bill and much much more.
As we continue into our second month without Heavy, Gustav makes a stand against kids with Mohawks while Ty for some reason makes a stand against one of the show’s nicest listeners. Gus objects but they finally come to an agreement on kids with rat tails.
If you remember the episode with the sad creepy clown painting, you know that Gustav loves “art”. He unveils a new painting he has discovered and discusses the work of Ernesto Blume. Ernesto painted a portrait of Powers Boothe as Curly Bill from Tombstone. Gustav maps out his plan for further collaboration with Ernesto Blume and Can You Hear Me listeners.
With Curly Bill looking down on Ty and Gus, they talk about the impact of Powers Boothe’s career on the CYHM collective psyche. Boothe starred in classics such as Deadwood, Frailty, Southern Comfort, Deadwood, and much more. One of his most powerful roles was as Jim Jones. While Ty seeks further refreshment, Gus recaps the story of Jim Jones and the Jonestown tragedy.
Ty fondly recalls Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues for a bit. Then they discuss the problematic nature of the “back room” at small town video stores. That somehow leads Ty to tell his stories about a couple of near misses with local law enforcement during the early nineties in the 903.
So send us your emails about Powers Boothe, running from the law or Heavy Longmire spottings to canyouhearmepod@gmai
Be sure to listen to listen to Gustav’s guest appearance on Megan’s Movie Podcast on the Blowout Podcast Network where he and Megan talk about Tombstone.
And listen to Brad each week on his own podcast Below the Belt
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