November 22, 2017: 2017, Issue 48
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The Johnny & Barry Show

In the highly anticipated tenth episode of The Johnny and Barry Show, the guys suggest some exciting new things to watch, starting with the farcical, romantic off-Broadway dramedy “You Love that I’m Not Your Wife,” a show about the search for love in Los Angeles written and directed by Joanne Mosconi.

The production’s lead cast member, Jeremy Bright, joins the guys and talks about his role playing a failed screenwriter named George who is wed to a very successful wife in a very unhappy marriage. Creators of the show, which is fresh off its East Coast premiere, hope to extend its run in 2018. More information on the production can be found at its website.

Later on in the episode, the guys conduct Johnny and Barry exclusive interview with Lara Stolman, the producer and director of the documentary “Swim Team,” which focuses on a New Jersey swimming program for children with autism.

Stolman discusses the importance of the program and talks about the moment she realized the team she was filming actually had a shot at winning the gold metal in the Special Olympics. And for more on the film, check out its website.

As always, the show is brought in and brought out by The Strokes’ “Reptilia,” and features the song “Things Change” by Gyptian. The Johnny and Barry Show is available for download — for free — on the iTunes store and, of course, Stitcher. We encourage you to send us your bald stories as well as your curmudgeonly thoughts at

Posted 6:06 pm, November 22, 2017
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