Blazing Saddles Episode 18: We’ll wire the governor for a new sheriff

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Blazing Saddles Episode 18: We’ll wire the governor for a new sheriff

We continue with the townspeople holding an open meeting in the midst of their church service. After Olson Johnson finishes his monologue we hear from several other Johnsons. For those who missed it earlier, apparently everyone in the town in a Johnson. Howard Johnson says he is not about to give up the ice cream stand he built with his own two hands. Samuel Johnson, who looks like he is moonlighting from his role as Grandpa Joe, agrees with each of the Johnsons. Not to be out-done, Van Johnson, who is basically worthless, just repeats whatever he hears and throws out his agreement. Reverend Johnson is not fully on-board with staying, but points out if they do, they need a new sheriff. He asks for a volunteer. That’s when Howard Johnson remarks they should wire the governor for a new sheriff. The townsfolk all agree and the episode ends as it appears Reverend Johnson is about to pray for the deliverance of their new sheriff.

Our Guest

Our guest today is Thomas Howeth, who started his podcasting career covering The Neverending Minute. Currently he is a player for the Dungeons and Dragons Actual play podcast “CritStorm Cast” where he also is the audio engineer.

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