Penned behind bars, Nico Walker's "Cherry" has been widely hailed as the first great novel of the American opioid epidemic. See what Mutiny Book Club co-hosts Jen Kolic & Byron Graham (along with November guest Sam Tallent) have to say about Walker's widely-acclaimed literary debut when Mutiny Book Club returns for its 8th episode!
The movie that let everyone know that H20 was superior to Gatorade, The Waterboy is the topic of conversation today.
CJ and Zach are joined by Denver comic John Papaioannou to discuss everything from Kathy Bates being mother of the year, to Henry Winkler's ass, Captain Insano to Joe Mantegna.
Also, find out about the sequel to The Waterboy, coming out . . . sometime.
Stage Tales was recorded live Thursday April 12th, with Reverend Jim Norris, featuring a panel of entertainment industry people discussing some of the crazier rock and roll stories they have.
From hook ups to drugs, being covered in Faygo to flying high with the Blue Man Group, Stage Tales has a story for everyone!
In their debut episode of Somebody Kill Me Please, hosts CJ Willard and Zach Reinert discuss the Sandman's breakthrough film Billy Madison and touch on the Hanukkah Song.