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Darren informs you that he is good at the thing he does. An excerpt from a classic guide to acting. Darren reviews a new DVD release. Another excerpt from a classic guide to acting. Then Darren ends the show by discussing various topics, imagining in the process what Punk'd would have been like in vaudeville days. Timely reference! Special guest: J…
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A very special episode in which Darren presents the Beverage Soap and Family Sanitizer Theatre radio production of the hit 1944 film Divorce My Daddy! Original airdate: January 10, 1945. Special guests in order of appearance: Matthew Scribner, Jonathan Gaboury, Amanda Balsys, Kate Hallemeier and Sarah Allux. Airdate: April 17, 2011. Download…
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Darren steadfastly denies that he has a problem. We hear a selection from the Canadian National Radio Archives from 1965 featuring Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson. Then Darren ends the show, trying all the while not to wake up his grandmother. Doesn't sound like enough stuff for a whole episode, does it? And yet there you have it! Airdate: March 2…
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A man we have never met before, and whose name remains unknown to us, recounts the glorious, centuries-old history of this radio program. A 911 call takes an interesting turn. A man rather rudely interrupts a literary reading. Then Darren ends the show with a discussion of his own personal bellhop Gregor and the unusual ways in which he relaxes. Sp…
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Darren explains in great detail how all of you have angered him. Another man explains the situation he's in. A third man reads his will from beyond the grave. A fourth man attempts to recount the plot of Citizen Kane, and largely fails. Then Darren ends the show with a description of his new R&B alterego. Airdate: March 13, 2011. Download…
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A radio critic hijacks the opening to give his appraisal of the program. A radio show devoted to film is interrupted by a surprise guest. A man tries to remember the plot of E.T. An ad for a new movie is heard. Then Darren concludes the show by discussing subjects great and small, quoting in the process an old saying about the mouth and the lips. S…
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Darren describes the most repulsive monster known to humankind. A man tries to remember Monty Python's "dead parrot" sketch. A hockey game takes a surprising turn. A man (the same man from before?) tries to remember Abbott and Costello's "Who's On First?" routine. Then Darren closes the show by telling a tale involving Andrew Dice Clay and the publ…
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