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WCQ234 Amy and Mitchell All Chat
2008-08-12


Host: Amy Matheny and co-Host Mitchell Fain

Amy's mother-in-law is back on the Queercast, although he doesn't remember his first show back from the Mediterranean. What is Amy's new play? It's quite historical and something you'll want to see once it's running. In fact, the 30 year anniversary is coming up.

Movie Minute: Bottle Shock www.bottleshockthemovie.com

We had another fantastic Queercaster call and leave us a message! Keep them coming! Mitchell gives us three of his own movie reviews. He was really jonesing for news of America when he was overseas, but poor Mitchell had only one news source. Any guesses? It ain't pretty. On his journey, Mitchell spoke with some Europeans about Americans and our culture. How do you think they feel about us? More talk about sexism and racism in our politics.

Music Featured on This Queercast:
Jennifer Hudson - "Spotlight"
Don Harvey - "Cruising"

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Jackie: Good show guys! Well first I totally agree with Mitchell about Dark Knight. Heath great, movie good, Chicago ...Fabulous. "Oh I know where that is." Love that! Mamma Mia was such joy . Oh Lordy. Amy get your butt out and see Streep. Brosnan tried really hard and is adorable cuz he tried really hard to sing. Mitchell I almost cried when you talked of the woman who "used" to adore America. I really want that respect and yeah I'll say it, adoration back. We're America damn it!

Jeff S: Hi Amy! I loved the show...I like your take on Jonestown era..I remember that quite well..I was visiting some family friends in Philadelphia and New Jersey..It brought back memories.I think it will be a great play.I have not seen "Dark Knight " or "Mama Mia" as well.I have been watching the Olympics.Mitchell is a character.I agree w/ him about the news. I still think our country suffrers from fear of women and minorities. I thought our country is getting over it. Maybe, it is not as fast as we would all like to think. The Jonestown suicide was something else. I remember reading about in in the New York Times. The whole story is so fascinating 30 years later..I was 14 back then.And I knew it was just safe being w/ family.I hope to see u this fall in "gays Got talent"....take care and good luck w/ the play,Jeff





 
 



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