Colin Quinn (stand-up comic, actor, writer, Saturday Night Live alum) stops in to talk about his book Overstated – A Coast-to-Coast Roast of All 50 States, and he and Bridget manage to cover, the election, why Bridget should be a criminal profiler and write a book about U-Haul rentals, Colin’s plans for modern-day Constitutional Conventions, the fact that everybody’s crazy now and nobody seems to notice, and they compare psychic experiences (Colin’s involves OJ Simpson). They discuss how odd it is that our society has reached a place where people on the extreme left and right give people in the middle sh*t rather than vice versa, Colin’s elaborate plan to become best friends with Jeff Bezos, how he almost starred in Crocodile Dundee 2, why giving your opinion can be very expensive, and learning the meaning of the word “consequences.”

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  1. Bryan McAllister Lincoln

    From this interview I went on to check out two of Mr Quinn’s comedy specials – the Red States, Blue States one; and, the one about New York City. Wow! Impressive work, by Mr Quinn. I’m grateful Bridget brought him on to her show.

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    • September 24, 2020, at 10:09 PM PDT
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  2. Bryan McAllister Lincoln

    Bryan McAllister (View Comment):

    From this interview I went on to check out two of Mr Quinn’s comedy specials – the Red States, Blue States one; and, the one about New York City. Wow! Impressive work, by Mr Quinn. I’m grateful Bridget brought him on to her show.

    Since writing the previous post, I listened to Mr Quinn’s special called “Unconstitutional”. Funny and insightful analysis of the US Constitution, and the context of its origins as well as some of the current influencing forces affecting current application (or disregard).

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    • September 26, 2020, at 7:53 AM PDT
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