Pre-Hangovers & Democracy with Broadway Producer Sam Levy-Ep.9

Episode 9 January 14, 2021 00:30:04
Pre-Hangovers & Democracy with Broadway Producer Sam Levy-Ep.9
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Pre-Hangovers & Democracy with Broadway Producer Sam Levy-Ep.9
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Show Notes

Jason describes something Chris has never heard of before, the "pre-hangover" and chronicles how he got a prescription for vodka from his Doctor.

Chris then quizzes Jason on different forms of government which turns out to be far more fun and entertaining than it sounds.

Then the two interview award winning Broadway Producer, Sam Levy about his disagreement with Jason than compulsory voting and bi-partisanship are inherently good while getting in a story about Tom Hanks.

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