Episode 11

June 25, 2018

01:17:22

Troubled Men #11 The Last Munchkin

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
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Show Notes

The Troubled Men recommit the original sin and wind up at Mick's Irish Bar. It's a cool, crisp 79º in New Orleans this evening. They discuss Manny's expanding domestic duties, the glory days of the Lakers, Russian downloads, game show prizes, Lynn Drury, a fake anniversary, "that's it?", flakka dance videos, Miss America, death of a munchkin, the rise of indy film, bullet-proof backpacks, day camp sleeper holds, plastic straws, marriage survey results, and the seersucker down low. Subscribe and rate in Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast app. Follow @TroubledMenPodcast on Instagram @TroubledPodcast on Twitter

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