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Akello Stone: Author, Podcaster, Sociologist



Meet Akello Stone and go deeper! He is an author, a podcaster, an actor, and host with a ton of heart. Hear about why he became a sociology professor, his thoughts on yoga and meditation, his appearances in documentaries, and his refreshing and unique perspective on masculinity. This youth mentor wrote the book Seeking Selfdom in an Age of Selfies and just published the companion podcast Seeking Selfdom – Going Deeper to explain the book’s intricacies. We talk with him about many topics including tattoos and how they fit into our society, relationships and being solo-minded versus couple-minded, and the perceptions of hair and how it can define a man. We really hope you enjoy this interview and continue the conversation by subscribing to Akello’s podcast. He has a lot of thoughtful and inspiring points of view, and we hope you take part!

Links:
Find Akello’s projects at http://linktr.ee/akello and http://sociologyonline.weebly.com/
Mentions: Masculinity film @maskyoulivein and race, gender yoga @blackboysom

Song credits: Mouse and Weens theme music and outro “Peeballoo” by Julianne Eggold

Voice actor: Matt Thompson

Promo: Planthropology https://www.planthropologypod.com/

We are sponsored by DREAM DINNERS. Get more balance in your lifestyle by joining Dream Dinners meal prep system. Save an average of $200 a month on groceries 20 hours a month shopping and prepping! Joelle has been using Dream Dinners since 2017 and tells all her friends about it regularly, so this is a tried and true life hack! Kids love the homecooked meals, it is fast, easy, and a no-brainer for busy parents.  It is not a subscription service so you can use it as frequently or as infrequently as you would like. Locations are nationwide. First time guests at the San Diego locations of Poway and San Marcos, use MOUSEANDWEENS99 for a $99 discount. Sign up on the homepage link on https://www.mouseandweens.com and use discount code MOUSEANDWEENS99 at checkout!

A transcript of this episode is on http://www.mouseandweens.com. Video podcast version on http://bit.ly/youtubeMW

Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook @mouseandweens We’d love to hear from you about the show or just to talk at (858) 206-8746 or mouseandweens@gmail.com

You can find us, PodFix Presents, and more podcasts at The PodFix Network https://podfixnetwork.com

Thank you to our patrons for joining our family! If anyone else would like to be a part and get a Mouse and Weens welcome package of gear, bonus content, outtakes, ad-free episodes, songs, and shoutouts, sign up for a tiny $5 a month at https://www.Patreon.com/MouseAndWeens. You can pick the topic of our next episode too! We will kiss you right on the mouth…after vaccinations!

 

 


I Called My Ex and Have a Story



E108 – Joelle fights fashion but wonders if she’s missing the shopping gene. Julianne reports on our NYC Screenwriting Challenge and explains her method for writing scripts. It’s been a fun collective effort with us, Derek and Keith of Pop Up Film Cast, and Phil Rood of The Picture Show with Austin and Phil Rood. There is some scolding about being late, a story about compost, and the time Juls met Mouse’s crush Chris Martin, the Coldplay front man. Then the main course: we hear interviews with three of Weens’ ex boyfriends! Now all good friends, Dave, Matt, and Blake tell their funny quintessential Julianne stories including Mexican pet stores, wild horses in elusive Idaho, Valentine’s Day mind-reading, apartment sax, and film school projects including frogs and nudity. It’s a fun one and we give big thanks to these guys and their SO’s! ~Please be sure to spread the word and share this episode with your friends. It’s the best way to help us grow! Thanks!~

Song credits: Mouse and Weens theme music by Julianne Eggold. Guitar and backup by Dan Mahony

Voice actor: Matt Thompson

Promo: Pop Up Film Cast https://popupfilmcast.podbean.com/

We are sponsored by DREAM DINNERS. Get more balance in your lifestyle by joining Dream Dinners meal prep system. Save an average of $200 a month on groceries 20 hours a month shopping and prepping! Joelle has been using Dream Dinners since 2017 and tells all her friends about it regularly, so this is a tried and true life hack! Kids love the homecooked meals, it is fast, easy, and a no-brainer for busy parents.  It is not a subscription service so you can use it as frequently or as infrequently as you would like. Locations are nationwide. First time guests at the San Diego locations of Poway and San Marcos, use MOUSEANDWEENS99 for a $99 discount. Sign up on the homepage link on https://www.mouseandweens.com and use discount code MOUSEANDWEENS99 at checkout!

A transcript of this episode is on http://www.mouseandweens.com. Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook @mouseandweens We’d love to hear from you about the show or just to talk at (858) 206-8746 or mouseandweens@gmail.com

You can find us, PodFix Presents, and more podcasts at The PodFix Network https://podfixnetwork.com

Thank you to our patrons for joining our family! If anyone else would like to be a part and get a Mouse and Weens welcome package of gear, bonus content, outtakes, ad-free episodes, songs, and shoutouts, sign up for a tiny $5 a month at https://www.Patreon.com/MouseAndWeens. You can pick the topic of our next episode too! We will kiss you right on the mouth…after vaccinations!


Anatomy Lesson



E106 – Bras! One of the most important tools in every woman’s wardrobe is the brassiere to hold up the girls! We discuss what type we like, common problems, the cost of bras, and what it’s like being fitted in person versus online.  Lingerie talk gets wacky, Weens gets sultry-nervous, and stressed by this after back-to-back family birthdays, Joelle gets her panties in a bunch. So we take a breath with Sesame Street and work our way into a quick chat about the Elmo Netflix documentary. More Mouse knicker twisting, then the elephant in the room: why did our parents use the cutesy names “dinky” and “twinkie” instead of the anatomically correct “penis” and “vagina?” Luckily, our mom is visiting San Diego so we pull her onto the mic and quiz her about the family history of naming privates. We also keep her in the hot seat asking why she got remarried on our dad’s birthday, and find out her fun nuggets about horses, cowboys, Robert Redford, her reggae phase, cbd, drinking, and the story behind the broken ankle. Was it a case of our dad having a walk-it-off football mentality or was he being negligent? We hope you like this one as we air some of our family’s intimates. So many questions answered, so many laughs!

Song credits: Mouse and Weens theme music and “The Penis Song” by Julianne Eggold
Promo: Pop Up Film Cast https://popupfilmcast.podbean.com
Mentions: Boobies & Noobies, The Perfect Package Podcast

We are sponsored by DREAM DINNERS. Get more balance in your lifestyle by joining Dream Dinners meal prep system. Save an average of $200 a month on groceries 20 hours a month shopping and prepping! Joelle has been using Dream Dinners since 2017 and tells all her friends about it regularly, so this is a tried and true life hack! Kids love the homecooked meals, it is fast, easy, and a no-brainer for busy parents.  It is not a subscription service so you can use it as frequently or as infrequently as you would like. Locations are nationwide. First time guests at the San Diego locations of Poway and San Marcos, use MOUSEANDWEENS99 for a $99 discount AND during the time we are in the purple tier, enjoy free delivery within 25 mi of the store. Sign up at https://www.dreamdinners.com and use discount code MOUSEANDWEENS99 at checkout!

A transcript of this episode is on http://www.mouseandweens.com and video version on http://bit.ly/youtubeMW
Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook @mouseandweens
We’d love to hear from you about the show or just to talk at (858) 206-8746 or mouseandweens@gmail.com

You can find us, PodFix Presents, and more podcasts at The PodFix Network https://podfixnetwork.com

Thank you to our patrons for joining our family! If anyone else would like to be a part and get Mouse and Weens gear, bonus content, outtakes, ad-free episodes, songs, and shoutouts, sign up for a tiny $5 a month at https://www.Patreon.com/MouseAndWeens. You can pick the topic of our next episode too! We will kiss you right on the mouth…after vaccinations!


Lisa and Sam Shake Their Heads At Us



E105 – A special crossover interview between I Shake My Head’s Lisa and Sam and us! We re-aired this PodFix Presents PodSix episode because it was such fun that we had to share! The six vague important questions that we were asked include (1) Is there any topic that the two of us won’t talk about? This brings up the sneaky listeners and sex talk right off the bat. (2) Do you have any regrets about what you’ve said on your podcast? Hello editing and haters! (3) What do we think of garden gnomes? The answer takes a big hilarious swinging turn! (4) What are your thoughts on switching to Canadian currency including loonies and toonies? What are loonies and toonies? We Americans get schooled! Be sure to hear Weens quote On Golden Pond – the Norms, Loon! (5) If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? Find out what we both choose and its dopamine high. Plus hot dog talk, cinnamon buns, and salty v sweet foods. Finally (6) Would you rather go into the past or into the future to meet family? This question leads to family secrets, nature vs nurture, hot great grandpa talk, and who Weens was in a past life regression! Psychic medium Patti Negri, vampire Father Sebastian, the Padres baseball team, and Oprah make an appearance as we close it out too, so be sure to listen!

I Shake My Head with Lisa and Sam: http://www.ismhead.podbean.com Subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts

Hear this original recording when you subscribe to PodFix Presents on any podcast player https://anchor.fm/thepodfixnetwork

Song credits: Mouse and Weens theme music by Julianne Eggold

We are sponsored by DREAM DINNERS. Get more balance in your lifestyle by joining Dream Dinners meal prep system. Save an average of $200 a month on groceries 20 hours a month shopping and prepping! Joelle has been using Dream Dinners since 2017 and tells all her friends about it regularly, so this is a tried and true life hack! Kids love the homecooked meals, it is fast, easy, and a no-brainer for busy parents.  It is not a subscription service so you can use it as frequently or as infrequently as you would like. Locations are nationwide. First time guests at the San Diego locations of Poway and San Marcos, use MOUSEANDWEENS99 for a $99 discount AND during the time we are in the purple tier, enjoy free delivery within 25 mi of the store. Sign up at https://www.dreamdinners.com and use discount code MOUSEANDWEENS99 at checkout!

A transcript of this episode is on http://www.mouseandweens.com and video version on http://bit.ly/youtubeMW
Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook @mouseandweens
We’d love to hear from you about the show or just to talk at (858) 206-8746 or mouseandweens@gmail.com

You can find us, I Shake My Head with Lisa and Sam, and more podcasts at The PodFix Network https://podfixnetwork.com

Thank you to our patrons for joining our family! If anyone else would like to be a part and get Mouse and Weens gear, bonus content, outtakes, ad-free episodes, songs, and shoutouts, sign up for a tiny $5 a month at https://www.Patreon.com/MouseAndWeens. We will kiss you right on the mouth…after vaccinations!

 


Steve Ferrone, Drummer of Tom Petty, Duran Duran, Clapton & More



E101 – We had the honor of interviewing esteemed jazz, rock, and R&B drummer Steve Ferrone. You have definitely heard his work – just look at this bio below. In this recording, he gets candid about love, family, dalliances, the rock and roll lifestyle, and explains some life changes he has made for the better. We learn about the mods and rockers of Brighton Beach in the 60’s and how Steve’s first blues band opened for The Who. Steve and Julianne talk shop regarding syncopation and style – Pretty Purdie, Steve Gadd, and Led Zeppelin to name a few. When asked about nerves, traveling, and groupies, we heard some funny, surprising stories! Duran Duran played a big role during Stephen’s busiest year, when he also played with George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and was in the Saturday Night Live band. We figured out the connection between Questlove and Average White Band. And Julianne’s Unchained questions inspire a great Johnny Cash impression! Find out which soap opera Steve was in, which musicians and moments rendered him star-struck, including recalling what it was like to record at Abbey Road. We also hear the amazing story of Prince performing George Harrison’s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” during his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Fans of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers wrote in some questions, so we find out about a reunion, conflict, grief, what life was really like in the band, and insight into the person that Tom Petty was.

Steve has played with Average White Band, Chaka Khan, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Duran Duran, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Whitney Houston, Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Dire Straits, Aerosmith, Morrissey-Mullen, Bee Gees, Cyndi Lauper, Bette Midler, Stevie Nicks, Paul Simon, Steve Winwood, Tracey Chapman, Mick Jagger, George Benson, Peter Frampton, Anita Baker, Bryan Ferry, Rick James, Slash, Scritti Politti, Pooh and more. 

You can watch this episode on our Mouse and Weens YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgeuFSExQ2EaHYSG-s4sgZw
The original full length version of this interview is on https://www.patreon.com/mouseandweens

Find Steve at
The New Guy Show on Sirius XM’s Tom Petty Radio
https://www.siriusxm.com/channels/tom-petty-radio

Facebook: The New Guy Show with Steve Ferrone
https://www.facebook.com/The-New-Guy-Show-with-DJ-Steve-Ferrone-on-Tom-Petty-Radio-1245914005441918

https://steveferrone.com

Join Facebook Fan Pages at: Tom Petty Nation, Steve Ferrone Fans

Song credits:
“Steve’s Strutt” (c) Stephen Ferrone. Steve Ferrone’s Farm Fur. More Head. 2006. Drumroll Records.
“3 Chord Trick” (c) Dire Straits Legacy. 3 Chord Trick. 2017. Forward Music Italy. Used with permission.
Voice actor: Matt Thompson
Podcast promo: The Perfect Package Podcast

We are sponsored by Dream Dinners! Get more balance in your lifestyle by joining Dream Dinners meal prep system. Save an average of $200 a month on groceries 20 hours a month shopping and prepping! Joelle has been using Dream Dinners since 2017 and tells all her friends about it regularly, so this is a tried and true life hack! Kids love the homecooked meals, it is fast, easy, and a no-brainer for busy parents.  It is not a subscription service so you can use it as frequently or as infrequently as you would like. Locations are nationwide. At the San Diego locations of Poway and San Marcos, use MOUSEANDWEENS20 for a 20% discount AND during the time we are in the purple tier, enjoy free delivery within 25 mi of the store. Sign up at https://www.dreamdinners.com

Mouse and Weens podcast is part of the https://podfixnetwork.com

A transcript of this episode is on http://www.mouseandweens.com
Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube @mouseandweens
We’d love to hear from you at (858) 206-8746 or mouseandweens@gmail.com 

Thank you to our patrons for joining our family! If anyone else would like to be a part and get Mouse and Weens gear, bonus content, outtakes, ad-free episodes, songs, and shoutouts, sign up for a tiny $5 a month at https://www.Patreon.com/MouseAndWeens. We will kiss you right on the mouth!


Ratty New Year!



E99 – We’ve been Mousing and Weening since December 2017 so this marks our three year anniversary of the podcast! Thank you to everyone for supporting us and listening! We celebrate by talking all about the party that some Christmas rats threw in Julianne’s kitchen and futon and closet and lingerie drawer. We even get a pop-in interview (the sweetest ever!) with the pest control man who happens to interrupt our recording! All this hot rat talk naturally gets us onto the subject of men so we create some steamy Damon, DiCaprio, Martin and Banderas sandwiches. After some past Argentine boyfriend reminiscing, we jump back to reality and recap Christmas in Idaho. It was a great visit full of skeet shooting, holiday traditions, and Cowboy Denny bear poking. We segue into Juls’ story of an ex throwing her into a bear, and an injurious snowboarding photo adventure. And now that we’re back in California, we’re in quarantine and questioning bubbles. We are hearing about more and more people close to us catching covid, which is not a fun subject. Be careful everyone! Back to fun romantic memories of New Years and our goals for 2021. Ah, it’s fun to relive these Tahoe, New York, Times Square crowd stories. Remember crowds?! We close this with a shoutout song to all of the podcasts we’ve mentioned in past episodes. 

Song credits: “Shoutouts to Podpals 2020” by Julianne Eggold
Voice actor: Matt Thompson
Podcast promo: Pop Up Filmcast
Mouse and Weens podcast is part of the https://podfixnetwork.com
Special shoutouts: Happy Birthday Carla! Thank you Brian K. Lee for your big year end donation!

We are sponsored by Dream Dinners! Get more balance in your lifestyle by joining Dream Dinners meal prep system. Save an average of $200 a month on groceries 20 hours a month shopping and prepping! Joelle has been using Dream Dinners since 2017 and tells all her friends about it regularly, so this is a tried and true life hack! Kids love the homecooked meals, it is fast, easy, and a no-brainer for busy parents.  It is not a subscription service so you can use it as frequently or as infrequently as you would like. Locations are nationwide. At the San Diego locations of Poway and San Marcos, use MOUSEANDWEENS20 for a 20% discount AND during the month of December enjoy free delivery within 25 mi of the store. Sign up at https://www.dreamdinners.com

You can watch this episode on our Mouse and Weens YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgeuFSExQ2EaHYSG-s4sgZw

A transcript of this episode is on http://www.mouseandweens.com
Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube @mouseandweens
We’d love to hear from you at (858) 206-8746 or mouseandweens@gmail.com 

Thank you to our patrons for joining our family! Hope you like our song in this episode to you! If anyone else would like to be a part and get Mouse and Weens gear, bonus content, outtakes, ad-free episodes, songs, and shoutouts, sign up for a tiny $5 a month at https://www.Patreon.com/MouseAndWeens. We will kiss you right on the mouth!


Joyce Is Choice



E97 – Our mom was out to California to visit and we roped her into an early morning recording! Mouse, dressed like Larry King, goes in for some digs. And Weens, dressed like Liberace, gets back with some jabs as we revert to our sibling rivalry days of fighting for mom’s attention. Laugh along at the stories of pets, cowboys, nicknames, cookies, feminism, and altercations at the dentist office. We reminisce about our psychic visit, our dad and friend who passed away, sing a little impromptu gospel, and hear a heartwarming story about our mom’s big brother, our Uncle Bill, to whom this episode is dedicated. This is a lighthearted peek into a day in our life so come join the family! Hope you enjoy it, as we all jump into the holiday season!

Song Credits- “Listen While You’re Cleaning” by Dan Mahony and Julianne Eggold

Podcast Promo – Gravity Beard http://www.gravitybeard.com

We are sponsored by Dream Dinners! Get more balance in your lifestyle by joining Dream Dinners meal prep system. Save an average of $200 a month on groceries 20 hours a month shopping and prepping! Joelle has been using Dream Dinners since 2017 and tells all her friends about it regularly, so this is a tried and true life hack! Kids love the homecooked meals, it is fast, easy, and a no-brainer for busy parents.  It is not a subscription service so you can use it as frequently or as infrequently as you would like. Locations are nationwide. At the San Diego locations of Poway and San Marcos, use MOUSEANDWEENS20 for a 20% discount AND during the month of December enjoy free delivery within 25 mi of the store. Sign up at https://www.dreamdinners.com

Mouse and Weens podcast is part of the https://podfixnetwork.com

You can watch this episode on our Mouse and Weens YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgeuFSExQ2EaHYSG-s4sgZw

A transcript of this episode is on http://www.mouseandweens.com

Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube @mouseandweens
We’d love to hear from you at mouseandweens@gmail.com too!

You can get this episode UNEDITED and commercial free – plus bonus content, outtakes, and merch – for a mere $5 a month on http://www.patreon.com/mouseandweens Join the family!


Actor W. Earl Brown: Deadwood, Bloodworth, Country & More – Part 2



E93 – We continue the conversation with W. Earl Brown, Deadwood’s ‘Dan Dority’, to find out details including the personal story behind the famous eyeball fight scene, how Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains and ZZ Top are involved, why the award-winning HBO series by David Milch was abruptly cancelled, and how the movie came about, giving the story and its actors closure. We sneak in another fight scene question, this one with Joaquin Phoenix in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. Also jump into Earl’s screenplay adaptation of his own personal Catcher in the Rye, Provinces of Night, to become the movie Bloodworth, starring Val Kilmer, Kris Kristofferson, Hillary Duff, Dwight Yoakam, Frances Conroy, and Reece Thompson. The personal family stories and side tales about Kris Kristofferson are not to be missed, as we talk about country music, rock music, and all three of our personal connections with musicians like Steve Earle, Hank Williams, and Dolly Parton. We discuss his country band Sacred Cowboys and his funny new short film Dad Band with possible future installations! Be sure to see work Earl has done, such as playing Sheriff Hugo Root on Preacher, and keep an eye on the exciting future of this wonderful actor, writer, and musician!

You can watch this episode on our Mouse and Weens YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgeuFSExQ2EaHYSG-s4sgZw

Episode at A Glance:

2:30 Deadwood: cancellation
8:26 Dan Dority’s fight scene
22:08 Deadwood character complicated like Milch
26:41 Deadwood research and history
28:56 Deadwood locations and shoots
30:20 Bloodworth
41:54 Did your family support you?
43:47 Val Kilmer and Kris Kristofferson
49:40 Music in Bloodworth
54:26 Country music and rock roots
58:17 Sacred Cowboys band
1:02:20 Artistry in his films
1:04:28 His Wife and Love Scenes
1:05:52 Six Degrees to Adam Sandler & Chris Martin
1:09:35 The Joaquin Phoenix fight in P.T. Anderson The Master
1:18:54 Dad Band with Jerry Cantrell

Song credits: “Stuck Here Again” written by Julianne Eggold, covered by Three Chord Justice
Voice Actor: Matt Thompson

Follow @WEarlBrown on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
Dad Band on https://youtu.be/31PrzVpMktE
For filmography: IMDb, appearances: http://www.cameo.com demo reel: https://vimeo.com/120741162

Transcript of this episode on http://www.mouseandweens.com/shownotes
Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube @mouseandweens
You can get this episode UNEDITED and commercial free – plus bonus content, outtakes, and merch – for a mere $5 a month on patreon.com/mouseandweens Join the family!


Actor W. Earl Brown: Scream, Deadwood and More – Pt 1



E92 – We’re excited to bring you the first half of our inspiring interview with W. Earl Brown, a very talented and prolific actor that you’ve seen as the main enforcer and right-hand man Dan Dority in HBO’s Deadwood, as Warren in There’s Something About Mary (of franks and beans fame!), as Kenny the news cameraman in Scream, and as the sheriff in Preacher, just to name a few of his works. He is also an amazing storyteller, screenwriter, producer, musician, and wonderful human being. Hear behind the scenes details about his work and inspirations, many from darker places, with stories and mentions about Lemmy from Motorhead, Elijah Wood, Wes Craven, Jamie Kennedy, Johnny Depp, Drew Barrymore, the Farrelly brothers, Ben Stiller, Chris Elliott, David Milch, Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Cusak, Chris Farley, Timothy Olyphant, Steve Earle, Townes Van Zandt and more. We learn his backstory from Kentucky to Chicago to LA, his trajectory in successful films and series, his advice to new actors, and his personal, current, and upcoming projects like Bloodworth and Dad Band. If you are a fan of comedy, horror, or westerns, or a fan of rock, metal, or country music, you will find inspiration in this episode, full of wonderful nuggets of wisdom and vulnerability from the perspective of a seasoned actor, husband, father, and friend.

You can watch this episode on our Mouse and Weens YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgeuFSExQ2EaHYSG-s4sgZw

Episode at A Glance:
3:30 The friendship with Lemmy from Motörhead
9:15 Introductions and hints about current projects
12:24 Scream: Wes Craven,Julianne, Jamie Kennedy, memories, realizations
23:12 There’s Something About Mary
24:10 On playing characters with disabilities
26:55 Career & fate
28:27 On his wife, daughter, and Kentucky
33:56 Scream: what you might not know about Drew Barrymore opening scene
36:57 Favorite kills per Kelly from Boobies & Noobies podcast
37:49 There’s Something About Mary: Did Warren find his baseball? Almost fired?
42:17 On ‘franks and beans’, ‘he was masturbating’, improv, the earmuffs, and Cameo.com
44:23 Typecasting, advice to new actors, fame, financing, character acting, Phillip Seymour Hoffman
48:54 Second City, Chris Farley, comedy in Chicago, the funny fat kid, finding his love of drama
52:12 Deadwood: why it was so unique, the writing, dedication and talent
55:54 Being a murderer, evil, darkness, depression, fears, power and the arts
1:01:47 Acting and vulnerability and the arts
1:03:42 A mistake filming the Deadwood pilot, becoming writer, the dark but genius David Milch
1:06:57 Milch intellectual and emotional, addict and alcoholic, at a higher frequency
1:10:11 Wes Craven and David Milch as his greatest teachers

Song credits: “Stuck Here Again” written by Julianne Eggold, covered by Three Chord Justice
Voice Actor: Matt Thompson
Follow @WEarlBrown on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Dad Band on YouTube by Men Aging Poorly.
IMDb for filmography, http://www.cameo.com for appearances, demo reel https://vimeo.com/120741162
Transcript of this episode on http://www.mouseandweens.com/shownotes

Please follow and contact us via Instagram | Twitter | Facebook @mouseandweens
You can get this episode UNEDITED and commercial free – plus bonus content, outtakes, and merch – for a mere $5 a month on https://www.patreon.com/mouseandweens Join the family!


Nellie Oleson! Little House on the Prairie’s Alison Arngrim Pt.1



E85 – Part 1 of our interview with energetic Alison Arngrim who played original mean girl Nellie Oleson on the long-running tv series that 70’s and 80’s kids everywhere grew up on, “Little House On The Prairie”. She makes time for us between her stand-up shows and Facebook Live daily readings to tell us fascinating stories about growing up in Hollywood in the wild 1960’s and 70’s in a showbiz family. Hear what her family connections were to the fabulous Liberace and Debbie Reynolds, what it was like to live in the Chateau Marmont, and other mini tales from her book “Confessions of a Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated”. We hear what it was like to be a child actor at that time in Los Angeles and how her auditions in front of Michael Landon went before she earned the part of Nasty Nellie! Some listener Q&A’s reveal if her tv mother Mrs. Harriet Oleson, played by Katherine MacGregor, was really as mean as she played on the show, and how Alison’s real-life friends and fans treated her in public. Find out what she and co-star Melissa Gilbert, who played Laura Ingalls Wilder, are up to during the quarantine, and why she thinks all things “Little House” are having the resurgence and relevance they are today. Stay tuned for Part 2 coming out soon!

–Livestream Nellie Oleson’s show at home “Confessions of a Prairie Terror”. We’ll be there too!
–Watch for her live shows on StageIt. Buy tickets HERE! https://www.stageit.com/alison_arngrim/confessions_of_a_prairie_terror/85568
–“Wickedly funny… brings Nellie Oleson back to the irreverent faithful, sans apologies” — Los Angeles Times
–Find all things Alison at www.bonnetheads.com including her “Confessions of a Prairie Bitch” book, bonnets, tin cups. Be sure to click on her newsletter for the latest updates
–Join her daily live readings at www.facebook.com/alison.arngrim
–Alison is also on Cameo and Coach The World, so please look her up for special 1-on-1 time

This episode is sponsored by www.HomeschoolBuyersCo-op.org
Sign up with referral code WEENS to get up to 90% off handpicked educational materials!

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Song credit: “Keep It 98 Plus 2” by Rage and “If I Had A Chicken” by Kevin MacLeod