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Her Wanton Wager

I’m back on Becky Feldman’s romance novel podcast Too Stupid to Live discussing Grace Callaway’s second Mayhem in Mayfair book, “Her Wanton Wager,” which we both loved. Highlights: Handjob gazebos, gambling hells and whether or not people said “whatever” in the Regency period. I’d say NSFW but what does that even mean these days? Also, probably the most giggling I’ve done on a single podcast, ever.

Too Stupid to Live: Cheap Romance Novel Reviews · Her Wanton Wager with Lesley Tsina

Community Cast Reads “Cooperative Polygraphy”

If you missed it, the cast of “Community” reunited for a table read of “Cooperative Polygraphy” last week. This is the Season 5 episode that I was in, so it was particularly cool to watch. Pedro Pascal played Walton Goggins’ part and Jim Rash played my part (!) Pedro Pascal broke spectacularly at one point – it’s worth the watch just for that.

You can see the original on Netflix, or watch a clip here:

ThunderCats Roar Premieres Saturday 2/22

ThunderCats Roar! is premiering this weekend on Cartoon Network. If you have TV, the first two episodes air on Saturday the 22nd at 10:30 am. You can also watch the first six episodes on the Cartoon Network website and app. https://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/thundercats-roar/index.html

This teaser video has some shots the first episode I wrote, “Panthro Plagarized,” which will air on Saturday, March 14th.

I like Panthro – He always/mostly/usually plays it cool.

Pro-ho-ho-fessional

Remember the Windows 95 sweater from last year? A couple weeks ago I got a message from @Windows asking for my shirt size. Then a package came…

Yes, it is a Windows XP ugly Christmas sweater. I’ve already worn it to three holiday parties and ruined one set of family Christmas photos. The packaging is excellent. I love how the tissue paper around the sweater is an image of the Windows XP desktop.

Anyway, thanks Windows for making my year. Although I don’t have it in me to write a fake oral history of Windows XP. Well, not yet.