Comments October 5, 2016 Leave us your thoughts or ask a question on the latest entertainment from M&L Studios!
Ronald Scott says
I just saw on Mark’s TikTok where he was at CVS looking at the adult toys that they have now. All I could think of was back in the day he would’ve had Danny go to a CVS with a microphone and on the air and buy some of those products and interact with the cashier at the same time. I could just imagine Danny buying lube and a butt plug while on the air.
Doc DeBoze says
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Brian S says
I hope you both are having a wonderful time with your grand babies. Those grandkids are lucky to get to have you as a grandpa R.G. They have so many years of foolishness coming their way. I do miss hearing your voice R.G. I will notice myself doing your clown laugh and it makes me think of you. A good Ha-Hut to you.
Mary Johnson says
Hello Mark, Lynda and friends. You were exactly right, we lost Hunter of a little over 11 years and it hits you when least expected. May 11 our lives changed, he was gone in his sleep; on his own terms. My daughter has a panic attack on the 101 before the 405 SB. Too much for her. We talked her calm and she was able to make it home. Love your pets/fur family and never take them for granted. Peace
Gregory Walloch says
If you get this on May 16th
The Today show is featuring Lake Norman on the 9AM hour.
Lynda has always said how much she loves the song Kokomo. Just an observation…if you go to 27:15 on the March 31 episode, it’s obvious how much Lynda loves it by the sound of her “yes”….😂
Hey Mark And Lynda, I was just watching Jersey Shore and saw they were at Lake Norman! Did you see they filming? They were on a huge duck on the water! I hope you got to see then it was so funny! Have a great day kids!
Michael Lindström says
Well finally back in Sweden after several weeks in CA, where I was able to celebrate my 60th and got to spend some time with my better halves grandkid in San Diego (well grandkid #2 is coming this summer) it was great to catch up with the podcasts we never had time to listen to while in The States. Hope CA is treating you as well as it did to us.
Steve C. says
Hi Mark & Lynda,
I have a new, young, IT co-worker recently out of the military. It turns out, he’s never seen any of the old ‘classic’ (by ‘classic’ I mean fun one-liner) movies. So we have started working on a list of fun homework for him to watch.
To date, he has not seen the following:
The Princess Bride (inconceivable but true)
Three Stooges movie
The Sixth Sense
The Usual Suspects
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
Edge of Tomorrow (Live Die Repeat)
Ballad of Buster Scruggs
The Count of Monte Cristo
And, of course, Mother Ghost
Any suggestions of fun movies not currently on the list?
I’ve enjoyed listening to you my entire career through the good times and bad.
The best to you both!
Guy from Simi Valley says
I know. I know. You are on a hiatus for a couple of months here in California to enjoy time with your family! We respect that. We still miss you though and still miss this podcast! I keep checking…
Marty (Martin Lotts) says
Sorry, I can’t find your podcast after the end of March, Please tell me how to find them. I love you all💖💖
Linda Thompson (with an i) says
HI RG and Lynda,
2 things: I finished your book and it was wonderful.I’m so sorry you had to go thru rough times. Who knew! You made us laugh everyday but inside you weren’t happy. I hope you are happy now.
RG will you start repainting now that your book is done? I sure hope so. You are so good at it and loved it when Lynda would video you sometimes painting. Please please go back to painting and we can maybe watch you and definitely enjoy your work!
Jeff L says
Mark and Lynda,
I’ve finally gotten around to writing this. Firstly, I want to thank both of you for doing your podcast. Read your book and enjoyed it very much. I too miss the radio of the 60s and 70s.
My bride and I started listening to your podcast from the beginning, and in doing so have learned so much about you both. As time progressed, we it felt as though we were living somewhat similar lives. We are the same age, Married nearly the same amount of time, started my dream career in 1987. Coincidence? That’s what I thought until the one upping started. My bride and I find out that we’re going to be first time grandparents. The next Friday M&L make the big announcement. No big deal…similar lives right? Then NOOOOOOO like a rooster crowing, you announce that you’re going to be grandparents a second time. Well get ready, we’ll be getting our second very soon. Looking forward to the announcement of your third.
This is too long already but I can’t close without telling you this story. In 1987 I started my career as an Oregon State Trooper. I can’t tell you what year it was but when I worked day shift I would listen to. Bits and pieces of M&B on KGON. I can’t remember what year it was but one morning I was working traffic on the freeway. I was parked so that Ray Charles could have seen me. As I waited for the spacialy aware challenged drivers, M&B started the “cutcha guy”. I laughed until I was crying. I was wiping the tears away when a guy drives past me at flank speed and doesn’t seem to have even seen me. The speed concerned me less than the fact that he was not paying attention enough to have noticed a patrol car parked beside the freeway. He pulled to the left median when I stopped him. I walked to the drivers door, gave him the “here’s who I am, why I’m stopping you” . When I asked for his license etc I noticed that we would not look me in the eye. Looking closer, I saw that he had been crying. It’s not unusual to have a guy cry over receiving a citation either by being upset or trying to get out of the ticket. I asked him if he was alright and told him that it was just a traffic citation and not the end of the world. I was expecting the usual “If I get another ticket I’m going to lose my job” reply. Instead, he told me that he had been listening to a funny radio program. I saw that his radio was tuned to KGON. I remained serious and returned to my patrol car telling him I would be right back. As I said, I was less concerned about his speed than why he didn’t see me. Knowing now why he hadn’t seen me, I made the decision to give him a warning and returned to the driver. He was relieved when I told him that I was going to issue a warning on his speed and asked him to pay better attention. He thanked me and I said “oh by the way, if I stop you again…I’ll cutchaaaaaaa” He blew snot! Not the funniest thing I ever did, but close.
All the best
Awesome story !
Doc DeBoze says
Hey there, Officer Jeff…
Think about THIS for a minute…That guy will be telling THAT story at Parties and in Bars for the Rest of His Life!
STYX Tickets for Officer Jeff, Sir!