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Episode 12: "Get Some Eggs and Oils" -

Show Notes

Episode 1.12 -- “Caroline and the Married Man”

Original airdate: January 11, 1996

IMDB entry for this episode


Written by Wil Calhoun
Directed by Tom Cherones

It’s like Shakespeare!  Josh A. Cagan joins us this week as we see all of our heroes on their worst behavior in episode 1.12, “Caroline and the Married Man”!  Heat up your lucky chicken and kick back with us as we discuss differentiating between tall bespectacled men in shapeless jackets, the byzantine process of commissioning murals, which member of the gang should lose key privileges, and whether men should be allowed to write at all.  Do you tell a football what time the game is? C’mon!

This week's "plugs":

For Your Consideration, national treasure Lea Thompson:

Visual aids:

Amy recommends I May Destroy You on HBO!

Christie recommends Howard on Disney+ and plugs her new artist channel on Broadway on Demand!

Josh recommends the podcast Kim + Ket Stay Alive... Maybe and plugs Upside-Down Magic on the Disney Channel!

This week's guest

Josh A. Cagan is a freelance screenwriter. His most recent film, the Disney Channel's Upside-Down Magic, was deemed "pretty cute" by people he knew from high school who haven't talked to him in decades. His other movies include YA comedies Bandslam and The Duff. His wife, Kayla Cagan, is a brilliant novelist, and their dog, Banjo, is a titan of industry who straddles the world like a colossus. 


Instagram - @joshacagan

Josh A. Cagan!

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Richard just doesn't get the bro code (bless):

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An "uptown, lace curtains, American Psycho-type" murderer:

Meanwhile, at the Winter Garden...

(Please note that the marquee says "Lots of people in cat outfits dancing"):

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Don't interrupt a cactor when she's warming up!


I mean, we 'ship it, but don't just lift a woman, Richard!

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Jellicles can and Jellicles do!

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