Welcome to February 2nd, 2023 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate tasty spud poetry and a spotlight stealing frog.
Oh tater tots, how do I love thee, let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth and breadth and height.
My soul can reach your flavors out of sight.
My ravishment acquires a life of it’s own
To hold steadfast now alas, my stomach groans
Your crispy, crunchy exterior
Your creamy center too
Hot from the fryer
Dare I conspire
You’re better than French Fries, it’s true!
I love thee to the level of every day’s hunger
With hot dogs or burgers, neither’s a blunder
Since childhood, school lunches with ketchup and salt
‘Till now, I am grown and your name I exalt
On National Tater Tot Day, I call out Hooray!
It’s a wondrous, glorious, most happy day.
Marlo: It’s February 2nd and we’re celebrating GroundFrog Day!
Anna: Uh, I think you mean GroundHOG Day.
Marlo: No, the script very clearly says GroundFrog Day.
Anna: That’s gotta be a typo.
John: Uh, no, it’s GroundFrog day.
John: See, for the last five years Snohomish, Washington has celebrated GroundFrog Day. They bring out Snohomish Slew to do the work of predicting the end of winter and, they say, he does a much better job than that other guy in Pennsylvania. I even read that Snohomish is suspicious that Punxsutawney Phil may have a frog in his pocket. This year, if you’re tired of doing the same thing over and over and over again (see what I did there?) then head to Snohomish, Washington for a little “frognostication” on National Groundhog Day.
I’m Anna Devere and I’m Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day!
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This episode we’re going Backstage with widely beloved country music legend, Wynonna Judd. Between 1983 to 1991, The Judd’s of Naomi and Wynonna became Country Music royalty and were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. However, behind the curtain of success and fame, it’s hard to imagine the amount of tragedy that Wynonna has had to endure. In recent time, she has dealt with the passing of her beloved and iconic mother, Naomi Judd who unfortunately committed suicide about eight months ago.
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Today we go backstage with Jeff Pearlman, a sports author and New York Times best seller. Pearlman has a total of seven New York Times best sellers. They talk about Pearlman’s most recent work ” The Last Folk Hero: The Life and Myth of Bo Jackson.” This book is about Bo Jackson and his stellar athletic career in both professional Football and Baseball throughout the 80’s and 90’s, and is the only player to ever make All Star status in both professional football and Baseball.Gentry and Pearlman talk about the popular series “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty.” Pearlman has published a book called “Three Ring Circus”, which is about the Lakers Dynasty in 1996 through 2004 when Kobe and Shaq collided as one of the best duo’s in basketball history. Pearlman also share’s his thoughts on Kyrie Irving’s recent controversy reposting and anti-semetic documentary found on Amazon.
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Gentry goes Backstage today to talk to famous actor and director Jerry O’Connell. He talks about his newest adventure, being the host of a Pictionary game show airing on Fox. The two also talk about how much the younger generation has lost its touch with art because of all of their devices. To each man’s bewilderment they don’t teach kids how to sign in cursive anymore.Jerry talks about working on the 1996 movie ‘Joe’s Apartment’ where he plays a young man moving into a grimy New York City apartment which has talking and singing roaches. He then talks about what it’s like being a child actor and working on ‘Stand by Me’. Gentry and Jerry shoot the breeze about being dads, Pictionary, Tom Cruise, and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest interviews.
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Gentry is joined by Jay Leno, a world famous comedian and the former host of NBC’s ‘The Tonight Show’. The comic talks about the newest season of ‘Jay Leno’s Garage’ where he drives really nice cars with really famous people. Some of his guests include Elon Musk, Kelly Clarkson, Chris Evans as well as numerous other celebrities that like to cruise in crazy cool cars. The newest season premieres September 7th on CNBC at 10 pm (EASTERN TIME). Jay describes Elon Musk’s genius and how he wants to make humans a multiplanetary species. He then describes being there for Rodney Dangerfield in his last moments and what the last joke he told Rodney was. Gentry and Jay talk about ‘The Tonight Show’, expensive cars, comedy and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest interviews.
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Today’s rendition of Backstage Pass brings us 80s child mega-star, actor, and musician Corey Feldman. The artist is celebrating his new album ‘Love Left 2: Army With Love’ and his new box set ‘Love Left 2.1’ which is releasing on his birthday July 16th. Corey is currently touring all across the country playing his music for all to hear and enjoy. The last tour date is September 18th at ‘The Canyon’ in Santa Clarita, California so get tickets while you can at his official website Corey Feldman.net
The 50 year old entertainer describes how he first found his love for performing while lip syncing Billy Jean in front of 40,000 people at the Rose Bowl at just 12 years old. He also describes how his friendship with Michael Jackson as a young kid influenced the way he performs now from being with Michael at shows and even being with him in the studio. The 80s star talks about his documentary ”My Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys’ where it describes how he lost his childhood friend and how Charlie Sheen is responsible. Gentry and Corey talk about Stand By Me, River Phoenix, Corey Haim, the dangers of being a child actor and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest interviews.
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The 76 year old author additionally speaks about his book series he co-wrote with Lin Oliver. The now trilogy series is called Alien Superstar and is about a teenage extra-terrestrial crash landing on Earth and becoming a famous actor. Henry and Gentry chat it up about Adam Sandler, Happy Days, Shaq, and so much more on today’s podcast. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes.
This week we are joined by Jackass star and comedian Steve-O on todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas. Steve-O talks about his new Bucket List Comedy Tour which recently kicked off and is going all across the country. Gentry talks about his own personal experience with the new movie Jackass Forever and how seeing all the male genitals on the big screen has affected him. Steve-O speaks on how he feels his penis makes everything funnier and maybe part of the reason Jackass Forever got such good reviews. Do you think 47 year old Steve-0 will ever do hard core stunts again? He talks about his future when it comes to stapling his sack to his leg, and letting a swarm of bees attack his penis. The Jackass star describes his most painful stunt of all time and how it has influenced him.
The stuntman extraordinaire gives his take on the recent Nelk boys controversy as their podcast with Donald Trump was recently taken down off of YouTube. Steve-O talks about his own show the Wild-Ride podcast coming up on its hundredth episode, which will involve his big sister as his special guest. Steve-O gives his recommendations for shows and music to watch based on the entertainment he’s been consuming on the tour bus. We went in deep in this interview with the Jackass stuntman and comedian in this episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes.
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