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July 22, 2007


Betsy C.

This is a classy blog. I'm very impressed and intend to listen to all of these shows. Right now I am enjoying the writeups and the photos. Excellent.
Betsy C

Nervous Nellie

I've always been a bit of a hypochondriac myself (Hypochondriac's Epitaph: "I told you I was sick!"). So this episode has always had a bit of an extra kick for me. Highly recommended!


This episode is one of my favorites. Parley Baer was perfect for this one. - Christine

Mike Newton

Howard McNear (Floyd the Barber on the Andy Griffith show) would also have been a great choice for Henry Rydell. Visually, I can see him getting flustered about everything. I happened to hear this on another OTR website, just the last part. So I was glad to found it in its entireity on this site.


Parley Baer was amazing in this. I've never heard him give a bad performance, but this one has to be one of his best.

For years I only knew him as Mayor Stoner on the Andy Griffith show. I was never a fan of that character, so hearing his work on radio has been a revelation to me.

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