A tour-de-force show for the whole primary cast! Judy and Carol's "Telephone" is utterly spot-on, Carol's ruminations on the Sondheim birthday celebration are hysterical, Bernadette's maniacal lapses into the nightmare of her "Gypsy" experience are HILARIOUS, and Gollum's eternal quest to "quit" the Ring just never loses its hilarity for us Tolkien nerds. The final Lady Gaga choral sendoff is quite possibly one of the best things that JudyCast has EVER done.Everything is so meticulously crafted together - from the scenes, the interludes, and the WONDERFUL Fontaine commercial. EVERYTHING just works!A truly FABULOUS show! :)
Absolute perfection. What else can I say?
God bless you, Bill Phair, for bringing so much joy into my life.
Simply gaga-rific! :)
Is that Ocarina of Time at the beginning?
What makes Entertainment Beat really work is the insanity. That's what first intrigued me when I discovered the show last year. But lately, the episodes have become more organized and less zany. In other words, dull dull dull. So, Bill, WELCOME BACK TO WONDERLAND! Low Sodium Dress is an achievement. The banter is back and you had me in stitches. Bernadette Peters was a riot, and Miss Channing is always a hoot. I didn't understand the ending but I'll be listening over and over. Bravo and welcome back.
Another seamless and flawless episode! And where -less is more (and nothin's better than more, more, more), you've come up king of the croppers. A veritable orgy of the Usual Suspects, plus a mash-up for the ages! Keep it up, and the window dressers at bergdorf's will be honoring you next month!
Amazing! Keep them coming!you made my day
Brilliant. I know how much work these shows are. Thanks for putting them out there for us.
I wholeheartedly agree with Scott B. In this podcast, you've gone back to what made this podcast so great; the insanity and banter of all these "legends" interpreted with your great talent, Bill. Keep 'em coming with more shows like this one. Best one I've heard in a while.
Will we ever be able to listen to the first several podcasts? They're all "unavailable" -- WTHeck?
Utterly brilliant, kep them coming please!
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