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Episode 29: Nakia, Dick the Bruiser, Issues and Answers, and Albert Einstein

In this episode, Pryce talks about the short-lived ’70s TV series Nakia, wrestling legend Dick the Bruiser, Issues and Answers (ABC’s original Sunday morning talk show before This Week replaced it), and some facts about the biggest “facts” everybody knows about Albert Einstein. 

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Episode 27: Walt Disney, Karate Elvis, Pat Patterson, It’s Your Move, and McDonald’s

In this episode, Pryce takes a look at Walt Disney’s rather unfit life, Elvis’ fascination with karate, WWE legend Pat Patterson, the short-lived ’80s sitcom It’s Your Move, and fast food legends Dick and Mac McDonald, the real founders of McDonald’s.

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Episode 26: Dick Van Dyke, Universal fire, Don Bass, Riverdance, and Ageless Aesthetics of Arkansas

In this episode, Pryce talks about Dick Van Dyke’s first attempt to return to prime time TV (a rebroadcast of a recent segment), the 2008 Universal Studios fire, wrestler Don Bass, Riverdance, and Ageless Aesthetics of Arkansas.

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Episode 25: Smackover Oil Town Festival, Nutella Heist, Barry Orton, Tate, and 60 Minutes

In this episode, Pryce talks about the history of the Smackover Oil Town Festival, the Nutella heist of 2017, the late wrestler Barry Orton, the short-lived TV western Tate (the first TV show with a disabled lead character), and 60 Minutes legend Morley Safer. 

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Episode 24: Graphic Novels, The Undertaker, A Dangerous Banana, and Musical Pioneers

In this episode, Pryce talks about some great moments in graphic novels, wrestling legend The Undertaker, how a Salt Lake City woman sustained injuries…from a banana!… and a look at two pioneers in the music industry, punk/garage rockers The Monks and Wanda Jackson, the “Queen of Rockabilly”.

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Episode 23: Outlaw Country, The Three Stooges, Bob Sweetan, Ernest P. Worrell, and Memorial Day

In this episode, Pryce gives some facts about outlaw country legends Johnny Bush, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Billy Joe Shaver, all of whom died within a span of three weeks last October; also, the feud involving Three Stooges comedy short producers Jules White and Hugh McCollum (a repeat of a recent segment), forgotten wrestler Bob Sweetan,…

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Episode 22: Lou Little, Tracy Smothers, Sonic and Profit

In this episode, Pryce talks about legendary college football coach Lou Little, bizarre brand extensions, the late wrestler Tracy Smothers, the history of Sonic Drive-In (a rebroadcast of a previous segment), and the ill-fated TV drama Profit (yet another rebroadcast of a previous segment). 

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Episode 21: Paul Newman, Gorilla Monsoon, Rev. Jerry Falwell, 1993 Lucky Bulls shot

In this episode, Pryce gives you some interesting facts about Paul Newman; “Boontling”, the jargon/argot spoken by people in Northern California since the late 19th century (a re-airing of a recent segment); classic wrestler Gorilla Monsoon; the Rev. Jerry Falwell (a rebroadcast of a previous segment); and a Chicago office supply salesman’s lucky $1 million…

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Episode 20: The White House Cafe, Carol Kaye, The Fabulous Freebirds, Nightingales, and Cary Grant

In this episode, Pryce talks about The White House Cafe (one of Camden, Arkansas’ oldest restaurants), electric bassist Carol Kaye (a re-airing of a previous segment), The Fabulous Freebirds (wrestling fans will know them), the short-lived TV series Nightingales (on National Nurses Day; another repeat of a recent segment), and some movie roles Cary Grant missed…

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Episode 19: Mel Tillis, Shandi Sinnamon, Wendy Richter, Mark Tatum, and Jim Brady

In this episode, Pryce gives you the facts about Mel Tillis, singer-songwriter Shandi Sinnamon (a replay of a previous segment), women’s wrestling star Wendi Richter, the story of Mark Tatum aka “The Man Without a Face” (yet another replay of a recent segment), and how Gilded Age icon Diamond Jim Brady ate himself to death…

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