Ep. 35: "Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles"
The whole world’s a stage and we are merely the players. This week the players, Greg and Davis, talk about Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles. Their current obsession, Mark Russell, turns one of Hannah Barbera’s most iconic characters into a Tennessee Williams’s analog set in 1950’s New York. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll get a history lesson about Cold War United States.
Start-9:42 - Intro + Trade/Author Background
17:00-23:17 - Story Recap
23:17-End - Trade Discussion
We have bid a limited-ado to our wonderful co-host, Mike. Luckily he is not truly gone: Mike will be contributing blogs and popping in for some episodes when available, but for the next few months Jacks of Trades will continue under a new format with Greg, Davis, and Dezi at the helm.
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Warning: We will be reviewing the book in excruciating detail. If you have not read it and want to, please read the book (and/or check out a previous episode) before listening to this episode. If you want to know what happens without reading it, then let it ride!
Reviewers: Mike Durette, Davis Callais
Recording: Daniel Desimone
Editing: Daniel Desimone
Intro Theme: Joshua Leblanc