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  • you've got this podcast that people really do enjoy.

  • I find it to be hilarious.

  • It's called, uh, bananas for Bonanza.

  • Yes, that's right.

  • And that's it.

  • It's actually a podcast that the character Dalton Wilcock is hosts.

  • He is the host of Bananas for Bonanza, along with the great Matt Gourlay, as he plays a character named Mutt Taylor, country music legend Mutt Taylor and Maria Bamford is on there as a Christian entrepreneur named Amy Sleeve Burson.

  • And the three of them are super fans of the short lived television Western series Bonanza that, sadly not short lived it all sadly well that you know, that show only had 431 episodes.

  • It was only on.

  • It was only on during the fifties sixties and seventies, its's So they each episode, they go, uh, they focus.

  • They do a deep dive on an episode of Bonanza.

  • We talk about it scene by scene.

  • We really get in depth.

  • There's a lot of these shows right now, podcast where people go over real shows and this is sort of a satirical take on that, and you talk about Bonanza, and it's, uh, it's a very funny show.

  • I'm curious.

  • If you've heard from actual fans of Bonanza, then you know that this exists.

  • I would have to say no, which is good.

  • No, it's hard to find a real fans of Bonanza, although there is.

  • There's ah website.

  • There's a forum called Bonanza boomers dot com, and I check in with it every once in a while, just waiting for somebody to post on there.

  • Hey, there's a podcast where each episode is devoted to an episode of the show we all love, but so far they have not discovered it now.

  • Well, I'll tell you what.

  • My brother Neal is a huge fan of Bonanza, and he has a encyclopedic knowledge of that show.

  • And whenever I'm with him, he makes me watch a couple of them.

  • So I know a lot more about Bonanza than you would ever imagine.

  • Oh, really?

  • Well, it is a fascinating show.

  • We've learned a few things were only 12 episodes in and pair.

  • It constantly happens that one of the Cartwrights develops a love interest who seems like she's gonna move to the Ponderosa and be a permanent member of the cast, and she always dies, always gets killed.

  • Everyone says I like her.

  • And I might want to marry her at before the episode She's killed.

  • Yeah, one of them got a pitchfork to the side and one of them, like they've been dying of diseases.

  • And it's been fascinating.

  • And then the other thing is that about half the episodes or maybe a third of the episodes the story cannot accommodate all four of the regular members of the cast.

  • So the very first scene is two of the characters going well, we're off to California.

  • Good.

  • Look.

  • Right, right, right.

  • Not getting paid this week?

  • Exactly.

  • Well, people should check that out because it really is very funny.

  • Make sure I get get the word out.

  • Bananas for Bonanza.

  • Yes, well, wherever you get your podcast bananas.

  • E was just gonna point out The bananas is spelled correctly.

  • B o N A s.

  • Yes.

  • Be Oh, yes.

  • Bananas for Bonanza.

  • Bonanzas for Bonanza.

  • And I just say bananas.

  • But exactly that's how I say it.

  • It's great.

  • Siri's DVD is out.

  • Now.

  • Check that out.

  • Yeah, it's exclusive to Amazon.

  • That's where you'll find it.

  • And then I think you and I, when we do get our haircut should get it cut together.

  • I think that's a great idea.

  • My Children are begging to cut my hair, but I don't see that how I would come out of that with both ears.

  • Is your getting long in the back mind starting to get?

  • There's a lot back here.

  • It's quite long back there.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • We're two very pretty girls.

  • I know.

  • I think I could do period pieces.

  • I could be a corporate stooge as long as it's an early seventies.

  • Yes thing.

  • Yes, I could say, sir, we can't afford to put seatbelts on all of our cars.

  • That's an outrageous idea, sir.

  • It'll never work.

  • Yeah, and this is 1971.

  • Exactly.

  • Uh, Andy, you're a good man.

  • Why, thank you.

  • Ah, fine, man.

  • I've recently learned that when receiving a compliment, it's a good idea to also return the compliment.

  • So I think you're you're fine.

  • You're fine.

  • Uh, that's all the time we have.

  • Andy.

  • Thank you so much.

  • I gotta be say thank you.

  • I really enjoyed that.

  • Thanks for doing it.

you've got this podcast that people really do enjoy.

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