This is exciting! On this special BONUS minisode (it's short for "miniature episode," friends), Julie discusses the 2011 Tony Awards with New York Magazine theater critic SCOTT BROWN. This conversation simply could not wait until Friday's show! Mostly because nobody would care about it then as much, but also because it is too explosive!
Hear! Why would Bono & The Edge have chosen that particular "Spiderman" song? What is it about Stephen Colbert singing and dancing that makes our heart strings get all plucky and stucky? What was going on with Christie Brinkley? What Broadway song would Scott Brown put on his "gym mix"? Where was Patti Lupone? What was Josh Gad doing when his name was announced? Was Rob Ashford robbed? Of what? Why was Whoopi Goldberg dressed like that? Who was sitting next to Al Pacino and his handsome headband? Are all of us Ghetto Klowns?
Also: Tyne Daly vs. Tovah Feldshuh, The unbearable Judith Lightness of being, Frances McDormand's punk rockness, Mark Rylance being Mark Rylance, and a BRAND NEW MUSICAL THEME WRITTEN BY TED LEO WITH NO NOTICE AT ALL!
This is heroic stuff.
Host: Julie KlausnerGuest: Scott BrownProduced by Chris SpoonerOriginal Artwork by Marcia NeumeierSpecial Theme Song and Incidental Music by Ted Leo