Friday, August 24, 2007

"HEY WE'RE BACK" Episode 2


In week two I take a brief trip into my past in search of an old friend. Then I try and lend a helping hand to the medical industry working with the theory that even more difficult than getting bad medical news is giving bad medical news .



One of my musical heroes is Barry White. We met backstage one night in NYC, we hit it off and he invited me to call…he also gave me permission to record the conversation. He is not who you think he is.



Finally I gave computerized therapy a shot with mixed results. I tried this at the suggestion of family and friends who think I spend too much time alone.



Next week I am planning a reunion with a college friend, Sandy Briscoe, a naturalist who has been studying the mating habits of an endangered insect found only in a remote part of Brazil and finally the much anticipated visit from Bob Dylan.



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Stay tuned and please let us know what you think.

6 comments:

Richard said...

Dear Hey, We're Back,

Thanks very much for this lovely show. I particularly like the "Better Safe than Sorry" segment. (However, I find the prank phone calls a bit off-putting.)

Thanks again,

richard

mistersquid said...
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mistersquid said...

Thank you for this web-accessible re-version of Dr. Katz. Unlike (the) one commenter, I enjoy the presentations regarding your struggles with directory assistance.

It would be nice if you could offer a video/animated version for this re-version, but that might be like a sprinkle on top of the cherry.

Thanks!

Johnnie Wilcox
aka mistersquid

Retro said...

Jon and pals, this show is fantastic. My sole complaint is that it is FAR too short!

For others who feel the same way, you can make it an hour-long show simply by playing it back eight times in a row.

Looking forward to more!

danspencer said...

Jonathan,

I've subscribed to Hey, We're Back with the hope that you will eventually recount for your listeners, and for me especially, one of your tales, which is my favorite. It begins thusly: "I have reason to believe my wife has been cheating on me..."

You still crack me up.

- Dan Spencer

Charles-A. Rovira said...

Man that was silly. Thanks!

It will always be too short.

(But, as a fake Noel Coward remarked to a fake King of England: "Your majesty is like a big jelly doughnut ... Your presence is pleasing and your absence leaves us hungry for more" (with apologies to Monty Python.)