Blazing Saddles Episode 64: Mongo only pawn in game of life

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Blazing Saddles Episode 64: Mongo only pawn in game of life

Something Mongo said yesterday about the choo-choo makes Bart pause. He asks Mongo if he knows why Hedley cares about the where the choo-choo is going? Mongo replies with a deeply philisophical, “Don’t know. Mongo only pawn in game of life.” Bart is convinced that he and Jim need to head out the railroad and do a little snooping. We transition to the site of the rail line being built. As the camera moves, Charlie comes into frame and heads to what looks like a large oak barrel.

Our Guest

Attorney and author, Brad Stephens grew up in Cassville, GA. This lifelong Georgia Bulldog became an alumnus in 2003 and has been practicing law since 2007. When he is not practicing law, he can be found turning back the clock at the gym or pretending to be a sommelier. His book, Reflections in Muddy Water, can be found online and many other regional bookstores. He claims the stories are all true but the names have been changed to protect the characters from themselves. Finally, he believes the snozzberries DO taste like snozzberries. You can sometimes hear Brad as a sports broadcaster on WBHF radio and calling games on Bartow Sports Zone

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