Dennis is joined by author Scott Eyman, whose latest book is "Cary Grant: A Brilliant Disguise". They discuss the amount of research that went into the book, from assuming that his mother had died when, in actuality she had been committed to an asylum, starting his career as an acrobat, his five wives, his friendship with Charlie Chaplin, experimenting with LSD and the decision to ultimately stop acting. Scott also talks about working with Robert Wagner, who just celebrated his 90th birthday.
Dennis also talks to Christian, Lindsey and Stemper about Columbus Day, the latest polling that shows Biden way ahead of President Trump, why people shouldn't work if they earn less than $60,000 and what the first year of a Biden administration would look like. They also talk about Ben Hur, Spartacus, Diana Rigg, Ambien, LSD, "Hello Larry", George Stevens, Monty Python, George Stevens, the demise of Souplantation, Panera, Norm MacDonald, Short Round, Bill Paxton and the Titanic.
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