This Week with Larry Miller Podcast
Don't Drink Like Men And Pay Like Boys03/25/15
Larry imparts some drinking lessons he learned as a young comic in New York in the 1970s. (You might also learn to curtsy.) Plus we hear about actor Gregory Walcott, who was in 300 TV shows, but is often remembered for his role in Plan 9 From Outer...
Three E-Z Rules For St. Patrick's Day
Larry imparts three simple rules to follow for a drunk but safe St. Patrick's Day. Does it include driving to Florida? Not likely. Then Larry finds out he was closer to Wonder Woman than he'd thought. Larry also recites "All Nature Has A Feeling" by...
Daylight Raving Time!
Larry expresses his love of daylight saving time. Then we hear why Larry stopped talking malaria medicine in India, Larry recites "Ode on Solitude" by Alexander Pope for Poetry Corner and finally, he talks about the classic movie "The Hustler."Quote...
Mr. Spock's Uncle Lou
We say goodbye to Leonard Nimoy and give a little tour inside the burger joint on Milleronia. We try to figure out if some like it hot, then Larry recites "An Hymn To The Morning" by Phillis Wheatley and we hear about the movie "The Music Man." Leg...
You're A Star, Stupid!
Larry reviews the Oscars and encourages actors to get in touch with their inner Connery! We once again commiserate with our winter-weary friends back east with a snow joke plus "Ice and Fire" by the poet Edmund Spenser. Then Larry talks about the...
St. Valentine Is A Chump & A Plan To Save Boston
Larry airs his beefs with St. Valentine and reveals a fiendishly clever plan to save Boston from its deluge of snow. And we get a musical question from boy tenor Larry J. Miller? And to help warm the hearts of snowed in Bostonianites, Larry recites...
Top Secret Episode!
We smuggle another episode out of Larry's secret evil guy lair! Larry talks about how writing is the hardest thing ever and we try to come up with a "break a leg" expression for writers. We are unsuccessful because that is writing, which is the...
Larry Miller Goes Indie!
Larry has taken his podcast independent! This is the first episode recorded at his secret lair inside an extinct volcano on The Island of Milleronia. And then he explains his week and half absence. Was it mischief? Machinations? Malarkey? Or none of...
A Quick Hello From Boca Raton!
Just a quick message from The Great Fivefectorator to say thanks for your patience and support! He's out of town, but there will be a new episode soon!
Ursula Andress vs. Jimmy Crack Corn
Larry mourns the loss of the beautiful Ursula Andress and discusses exactly why it is that Jimmy cracks corn. Then Larry recites Good By by Emerson and talks about Andress' famous bikini scene from the James Bond movie Dr. No. And Larry once again...
I'll Kill You and Other Funny Things Larry's Friends Say
Larry looks back fondly at when his late friend Taylor Negron said he would kill him. We also give a tribute to Donna Douglas, Bess Meyerson and Rod Taylor. On Poetry Corner, Larry recites some Tennyson and then talks about Breakfast At Tiffany's on...
Larry's Sexy Short-Sleeved Special!
Won't someone stand up for the short-sleeved shirt? Yes, Larry will! Then Larry talks about finally paying off the mortgage on his house and how it gave him just a smidgen of pride. We hear a great recitation of Her Voice on Poetry Corner and hear...
New Year's Eve With Larry and Uncle Miltie!
Here's a new year's eve treat from everyone at This Week With Larry Miller. Celebrate the new year with the great Uncle Miltie, Milton Berle in 1947. (Pay no mind to the cigarette commercials.) Enjoy, be well and we'll see you all in 2015! Producer:...
A little gift to our listeners from Larry, Dr. Chris and Colonel Jeff in lieu of a smelly old repeat! A classic and hilarious old time radio Christmas episode of Jack Benny! Enjoy, be well and we'll see you all in the new year! Producer: Colonel Jeff...
The Re-Telling of Does He Drink Coffee?
Like your favorite holiday song and TV shows, Larry re-tells this beloved holiday tale of Larry turning an everyday errand into a funny and heart-warming story that is impossible to forget. Plus, Larry recites the classic poem, A Visit From St....
Mr. Miller Builds His Dream House (R)
Larry has a bad cold this week, so we're bringing you this encore presentation classic best of Larry flashback! Also known as a repeat. The battle of the thermostat begins anew! Then Larry recites She Walks In Beauty by Lord Byron and we hear about a...
Oh My Gosh, It's McIntosh!
Larry and crew uncover a glut of McIntosh apples. And Larry is a patriot and supports The Marines, but he performs a feat at Camp Pendleton that he doesn't think any Marine can compete with. On Magic Movie Moment, we hear about The Sons of Katie Elder...
Just Make Some Turkey, Turkey!
Larry scoffs at fancy Thanksgiving food preparation and sings the praises of plain old turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes. He gives you pointers on how to keep Thanksgiving simple. Hint: it does not involve any kim chee or walnuts. The Joke Of The...
Put A Sock In It And Other Thanksgiving Memories
Turkey day is just around the corner and Larry waxes nostalgic about racist mixed nuts and beautiful, but inedible pies from the Thanksgivings of his youth. Then, Larry rejoices about finding McIntosh apples (aka one-word apples) in SoCal! Plus we...
Larry Knows Nothing About Trains
Larry takes his son, the Marine, to the train station for infantry training on Veteran's Day. And Larry admits he knows nothing about training or trains. Then we battle Larry's apple apathy with two new varieties. Plus we hear about the great movie...
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More informationLarry Miller is best known for his stand-up comedy and unforgettable roles in films such as Waiting For Guffman, Best in Show and 10 Things I Hate About You. Now he brings his sharp wit and genteel manner to his very own podcast, This Week With Larry Miller!
Each week, Larry tells stories from his own life, in the tradition of great American radio raconteurs like Jean Shepherd and Garrison Keilor. Miller’s tales are smart without being stuffy or hostile, and uplifting without being naive.