Musso and Frank and Sween

Larry tells tales from the start of the Million Martini March and shares signs of the end of the world.

We hear about Larry and the crew’s trip our for hot shaves, martinis, chicken and waffles. Then he talks about a commercial he saw while watching the Jets game that upset him to the very core of his soul. By the end of this episode, you’ll realize the huge difference between “and…?” and “and by…”

Also, Larry waxes nostalgic for the likes of Anita Ekberg and Anne Jeffreys. Then we hear about what you DON’T want to hear at a silent auction.

That’s right, honey. You’re a winner.

Quote of the week: “That’s the and. AND I’m calling security.”

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Show Credits

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Colonel Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Dr. Chris Laxamana, LMDS


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13 Responses to “Musso and Frank and Sween”

  1. CircleCity
    2011/12/14 at 6:12 am #

    “And here’s a bowl of oatmeal, how about them apples?”
    Thanks Larry, I almost spit coffee all over my desk. Also, after checking out the gallery, I’m now craving a martini at 9 in the morning.

  2. DIODE25
    2011/12/14 at 12:30 pm #

    Anyone else notice James Cagney on the wall.

  3. Jon Hart
    2011/12/14 at 2:41 pm #

    Lookin sharp!! Love Sweeny Todds!!

  4. The Offender
    2011/12/14 at 8:32 pm #

    Signs of the end of the world? You mean like them making a 3rd Men in Black movie?

  5. Ian Millar
    2011/12/15 at 9:37 am #

    Great show – congrats!

  6. Grant Young
    2011/12/15 at 2:57 pm #

    Bonus hint: tip big, these guys carry straight razors.

  7. Another Larry
    2011/12/16 at 9:43 am #


    Well, I’ve been called worse. I will, however, continue my own personal million martini march promptly at 6 pm this evening.

    Who knew drinking and shaving go hand in hand???

    • lmcast
      2011/12/19 at 1:01 pm #

      We didn’t have your full name! Sorry!

  8. Big Stan
    2011/12/17 at 1:32 pm #

    Here’s a candidate for “joke of the week”: The Doctor gave a man six months to live. The man couldn’t pay his bill so the doctor gave him another six months!

    • Willy
      2011/12/20 at 8:34 am #

      Stole that from Rodney I gather.

  9. Mark Orwoll
    2011/12/20 at 6:53 am #

    Anne Jeffreys as Marian Kirby, the Ghostess with the Mostest. Robert Sterling as George Kirby, that most sporty spirit. And Leo G. Carroll, host to said ghosts, as…TOPPER!

  10. LarryE
    2011/12/20 at 10:25 am #

    About that restaurant where Wyatt Earp used to drink — there are other people like that. I mean, people who live in two different eras and it just seems impossible.

    For instance: Abe Lincoln’s oldest son, Robert (the only one who lived to adulthood) died in New York city, on July 26, 1926. He lived until the roaring 20’s!

    It seems impossible. He was old enough to serve in the Civil War — newspapers criticized the President because Robert didn’t enlist. Yet there he was, in an era of flivvers and flappers and bathtub gin. His head must have been spinning.

    • Mugzy
      2012/01/03 at 4:20 pm #

      My grandparents can say just about the same thing now about how far air travel has come and the progression from AM radio to the internet. It’s all relative. When we get old (God willing) our children’s children will be saying similar things about what was going on.

      BTW, thanks for letting me know about Sweeny Todds. I’ve been looking for a place to get a straight razor shave.

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