Episode #130 – World Cup, Thrones and the Dead

Episode #130 – World Cup, Thrones and the Dead

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On this week’s episode of Charlie Tonic, Ginny and Charlie are back in full form. After a quick discussion of the opera Carmen they launch into an exploration of the appeal of the World Cup and why the National Anthem is better sung with drunk people. They then share the trials and tribulations of getting caught up on pop culture staples Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. They close the show with Old Weller Antique and a new song by Got a Girl, “Did We Live Too Fast?”

Run Time: 1 hour, 10 Minutes, 2 Seconds
Download the episode: charlietonichour130.mp3

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Segment 1 – Discourse Intercourse

(Starts at 17 seconds into the show)
Ginny Tonic and Carmen
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Segment 2 – The World Cup

(Starts at 7 minutes, 53 seconds into the show)
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Segment 3 –  Catching Up To The Watercooler
Walking Dead and Game of Thrones
(Starts at 31 minutes, 54 seconds into the show)
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Segment 4 –  Bottoms Up
Old Weller Antique – Single Barrel
(Starts at 47 minutes, 30 seconds into the show)
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Ginny’s Reaction?
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Segment 4 – Closing Out The Show
(Starts at 26 minutes, 24 seconds into the show)

Charlie’s Press Release Driven Recommendation For This Week
Got a Girl – Did We Live Too Fast


Got A Girl – Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Dan “The Automator” Nakamura – are excited to share the music video for “Did We Live Too Fast”, from the debut album I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now, out on Bulk Recordings July 22nd. The whimsical video, premiered on Noisey and hosted exclusively via the Maker Music YouTube channel, was written and directed by Hope Larson, best known for her award-winning work as a cartoonist. In the video Winstead and Nakamura play a married couple exploring comedically unconventional sexual kinks in an effort to spice up their stalled relationship. I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now, is available now for pre-order via Amazon and iTunes. 

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The Music You Hear Throughout the Episode

Ford Theatre Reunion
All Music Featured Comes From FTR’s
Famous Monsters Album
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www.thefordtheatrereunion.com
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