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Actress Judy Reyes, best known for her roll as the sassy, no-nonsense “Nurse Carla Espinosa” on the sitcom Scrubs, will hang out with hang out with us on the internet’s wildest Tuesday night party.This week, Reyes trades in her “Scrubs” for tragedy when she stars in the Lifetime Original Event Film LITTLE GIRL LOST: THE DELIMAR VERA STORY premiering on Sunday (August 17th.) The film is based on the incredible true story that made headlines about Luz Cuevas (Reyes), whose infant daughter appears to have died during a tragic house fire.
Scrubs returns for its eighth season next month but will now be seen on ABC.
Also this week, 24-year old singer-songwriter, Danny Ross, joins Dr. B and Dangerous Lee. Declared “an earnest piano rocker” by The New Yorker, Ross also maintains a blog named “Danny Blogstein”
We’ll talk music, hear some of his tunes and brow beat him to cease and desist using Radio Jesus‘ name in vain.
All that, plus, Vinny Bond drags his Big Leather Couch into the Radio Happy Hour Lounge to chat live with the listeners, Justin the Weatherman reaches new heights in the weather business and we’ll take your calls at 646-652-4804.
Jon Kelley, host of ABC’s hit reality series The Mole will stop by the Radio Happy Hour. We’ll get insight into the inner workings of the game, his role in the intrigue and we’ll use “extraordinary rendition” to get him to reveal who the mole is to us.
We’ll also talk sports with Kelley who was a star running back for the Nebraska Cornhuskers and covered all six Chicago Bulls world championships for WMAQ-TV in Chicago.
Then, band Phoenix Block visits Dr. B and Dangerous Lee. They’ll fill us in on their August 1st album release and their connection to the Barack Obama presidential campaign.
Also, renowned psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig will help us analyze what turned out to be the final interview conducted by author Thomas M. Disch before he committed suicide just days after appearing on last Tuesday’s show.
All that, plus Vinny Bond drags his Big Leather Couch into the Radio Happy Hour Lounge to chat live with the listeners, Justin the Weatherman and we’ll take your calls at 646-652-4804.