Cloth Coats (Republican and otherwise), Yankee do-it-yourself-ness, the “look” of Cape Cod, “The Great Place” and helicopter sickness are just the first few action packed minutes of this week’s Anne Levine Show with special guests US Army Specialist Theodore Hill (recently returned from duty in Iraq) and Emily Levine. Among the many other topics examined: Head On™, the Lettuce Lady, BP’s latest personnel moves, The Walking Man and plastic surgery of the rich and famous. Plus: Michael practices being a bad sidekick, the Red Sox Update™, going to Central New York, Whale Watching, dinner at the club, Shout-Outs to some fine folks in Texas and Emily talks about living on Governor’s Island. And MUCH MORE
Herrick, Sterling, Verhovek and Howe on journalism ethics, Houston politics and Glee. Suicidal shrimp and others on Prozac going toward the light. Sarah Palin refudiates “stuff” on Twitter and compares herself to Shakespeare. Brit braves blaster – blows back bullet.
Wesley Snipes, Urkel and Chinese tour guides all get themselves in trouble. Also, flexing her journalistic muscles, Anne decides to make up why Serena Williams needs surgery for an injury to her foot. And a surprise: Michael once again proves his natural talent for being a bad sidekick.
All of this and much more on this week’s Big Show™!
October is a very busy month as evidenced by the enormous number of July babies. Celebrate the debut of many fascinating people and discover the mysteries of the World Cup, Adrian Beltre’s head, Clam Bakes, the festering circus surrounding LeBron James and what not to show your one-armed, one-legged monkey. Plus, why sheep farmers really love curry, surprising oil spill facts, the Vatican equates women who want to be priests with pedophiles and, once again, Mel Gibson shows himself to be a violent, lunatic, mysoginistic bowl of wrong.
Songs featured: You Sexy Thing
Independence Day on Cape Cod is an amazing thing made even more spectacular when you spend some time with Anne Levine. Anne creates audio fireworks interviewing and Amy Pole, Brain Cancer survivor and activist – creator of the new COOKSTRONG cookbook and Anne’s 2 1/2 year old nephew Jack. Also sparkling amongst these glittering subjects are: Bristol Palin’s acting debut, Chelsea Clinton’s upcoming nuptials and what it’s really like to spend the 4th of July in the land where our country was founded. Plus, Anne suggests that Michael wear a helmet, a competitive eating “champion” goes berserk and Canada Day.
Songs include: Baseball Boogie