Eddie and Bodhi polish off a fantastic bootleg breakfast and kick off Podcast two with excitement and anticipation to speak to their upcoming guest, Mack Astin. Eddie and Bodhi take the necessary precautions, pays some bills and locate the elusive Mackenzie Astin on location in Oklahoma, on the set of his next film titled Te Ata. Mackenzie educates Eddie and Bodhi on the history surrounding the film before taking a quick second to touch base with his wife. After the break Mack talks about how this movie came about and why the film is dear to his heart, why his hair is presently dyed white and how he transforms in and out of character. Later, Eddie gets Mack to share his insights on his favorite ball club, the Los Angeles Dodgers and their ride to the promised land and gives Barry “The Stallion” Streib a run for his money. Mack takes a philosophical turn when comparing the Dodgers performance to the perfection of a spherical bubble.
The tables get shifted when Mack tells a tale of a recent conversation referring to a witness to the JFK Assassination, covering for his brother’s political podcast, Independent Movies versus Television, and a magical story about death and the after world. Mack gets deep about Love, Forgiveness, Glove, and his 4 step process on how he relaxes. Eddie talks time machines and everyone goes back to Mack’s first acting role and his journey through the early years of his career, his time away from acting and his time spent in Baltimore with his Father, John Astin.
Later, Mack takes a call from his Lawyer which ends in the phone lines getting crossed. The boys cue some music, only to be interrupted by David Wilcox. Eddie is having non of it and reconnects with Mackenzie and talks coming back to the show and Eddie’s relationship with his son, Teddy. Enjoy a fantastic and magical conversation with a true original, Mack Astin.
After the break, Barry “The Stallion” lays down the law and shares his insights as both the Baltimore Raven’s and Orioles inch their way closer to the promised land. Listen every week as The Stallion guides Eddie and Bodhi down the path. Bingo Baby.
Without further ado, Agent 69 calls back and gives the word on a recent and tragic incident taking place at one of Baltimore’s premiere rock and roll clubs. Eddie, Bodhi and Agent 69 share their thoughts and say a few heart felt words about the Baltimore’s music community and the healing process. Later, Eddie dishes the dirt about upcoming coup guest, Larry Wilcox (aka Office Jon Baker from “CHiPs”), Ian Corey tries to “punk” Eddie and Bodhi, the apologies are paid right as the show begins to fade. Listen to one of the most major coups in coup history!