Larry’s Wardrobe Provided By Campbell’s Soup

Larry takes Jerry Seinfeld and George Wallace to help him pick out a a brand new 1989 Mercury Colony Park wagon back in, well, 1989 obviously. Porsche? Nah. Camaro? Feh. The Colony Park winds up being his chick magnet!

Also, Larry talks about his wardrobe, including his 30-year-old pants and why there is absolutely nothing wrong with them. Don’t judge, you! And find out the the best place for clam chowder. Is it Boston? Is it San Francisco? Is it in your shirt pocket?

And Larry returns from the road to find his house in an odd state. Yes, of course he finds it in the state of California, smart guy. But he more specifically finds it in a state of disarray! This tale is replete with intrigue! Sabotage! Hampers! Newspapers!

Has Larry laughed in the face of the soap gods once again by pushing the bounds of how many bars of soap can be melded together? Or has he learned his lesson and stuck with four bars? Act surprised when you hear the answer, OK?

Will the show lose its edge if it starts making a million dollars? We say no, but we sure would like the chance to find out.

Remember, you can’t say hiLARIous Without Larry and you don’t have to be a Rockefeller to help a fella.

Quote of the week:

    “Talk about old fashioned. She’s just a lunatic.”

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8 Responses to “Larry’s Wardrobe Provided By Campbell’s Soup”

  1. Matt in NH
    2011/10/27 at 11:48 am #

    Beautiful segues into the hamper updates lately. Larry’s on a roll.

  2. Dave Giaimo
    2011/10/27 at 2:22 pm #


    Absolutely loved this week’s show. Also, I think it’s a great thing that the shows are hovering around the 45-minute mark these days! The more Larry Miller, the better.

    Thoroughly agreed with LM’s rant regarding Austin’s Finest and the Unfortunate Vomiter. Discretionary enforcement is one of the most important police powers that we grant to our law enforcement personnel, and it is a sad reality that all too often, the only time they choose to use it is when they pull over children of other officers, or the progeny of members of their local government. In the current climate, your everyday, average person is screwed from the get-go during a police stop – NO GOOD can come of even the most minimal level of cooperation, which is why the best policy is to avoid the encounters with law enforcement in the first place. Call a cab, phone a friend, or use one of the national designated driver services that are popping up around the country. In the final analysis, it is far less expensive to choose that route, than to become enmeshed in the legal system for something as trivial as a cocktail.

    Thanks again for a lovely show. TWWLM is the highlight of our week – we love the show and pledge to patronize the advertisers, as they come aboard!

    Dave Giaimo Sr. and David Giaimo Jr.

  3. stnuntrnd
    2011/10/28 at 8:50 am #

    Did she guess correctly which of the three was Larry’s car?

  4. Mike in FL
    2011/10/29 at 10:48 am #

    where is the five-fecta??

  5. Andy Cortwright
    2011/10/29 at 5:18 pm #

    I just heard the theme song (once led by the Andy Cortwright Orchestra) as background music on a Pizza My Heart commercial up here in the Bay Area. Are they paying royalties on the use of your wonderful marching band tune?

  6. Jim
    2011/10/29 at 9:29 pm #

    Another great show Larry. Thanks.

  7. big jim
    2011/10/31 at 4:04 am #

    I love how Larry has the exact same fashion sense as my pops. Chinos, Brooks Brothers, nice belt, and a neutral button-up.

  8. Cape Cod Carolla
    2011/11/03 at 5:03 am #

    I am thoroughly enjoying Larry’s podcast here on Cape Cod. I went to college in the same town as Larry did in Amherst Mass so I can relate to a lot of his drinking tales.

    The clothing story reminded me how much I am like Larry. I still wear the CB Ski Jacket my Mother got me for Christmas in 1985. My brother got the same jacket that Christmas and within a month he claimed it was “stolen at a party”. I think he sold it for $200 to pay off some debts. So I have had my jacket for 26 years and he had his for about 26 days. People are different but us frugal people will always win in the end.

    Thanks to Larry and the crue at Ace Broadcasting!

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