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Two Chairs No Waiting Podcast

Join host Allan Newsome for Two Chairs No Waiting and enjoy a podcast about "The Andy Griffith Show" and all things Mayberry. Episodes contain interviews, listener feedback and loads of Mayberry fun.

Website: http://www.TwoChairsNoWaiting.com
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Two Chairs No Waiting Andy Griffith Show Fan Podcast is filled with news, interviews, and pretty much whatever happens to be going on in and around Mayberry or The Andy Griffith Show.

Hosted Allan Newsome who is the webmaster at iMayberry.com and has been very active in The Andy Griffith Show (TAGS) community since 1992. Allan maintains a daily e-mail newsletter called the “Who’s Been Messin’ Up the Bulletin Board” Digest and multiple Mayberry related websites.

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Started by Jerry Wilson. Last reply by Randy Davis Feb 18, 2012. 8 Replies

Hello Allan, Didn't get see the live podcast this week so robin and I just finished  watching it tonight. Looking forward to next two shows.Always a great show thanks for all you do! I think I like…Continue

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Comment by Allan "Floyd" Newsome on December 24, 2013 at 6:32pm

Hey Folks,

There's still time to let me know what your all-time favorite episodes of Two Chairs No Waiting episodes are. 

I’m hoping to hear from you with your list of the TOP FIVE episodes of Two Chairs No Waiting.  E-mail me your list so I can create a list of episodes that new listeners would want to hear first to get them “hooked” on the podcast. 

At Christmas, people get new devices that they will hopefully use to listen to the podcast so I want to get them hooked on the show by telling them the episodes you think are best. 

E-mail me your top five list Floyd@iMayberry.com or give me a call on the voicemail hotline and leave your top five list there: 888-684-8415

--Allan

 

Comment by Allan "Floyd" Newsome on May 15, 2013 at 6:37am
Wow.... I didn't realize that I hadn't been posting things here about Two Chairs No Waiting episodes. It has been a year since I posted on the group but I have been posting on the main page of the iMayberryCommunity. I hope you folks have been seeing those posts and I try and do better here. :-)
Comment by Mr. McBeevee on February 23, 2013 at 12:49pm

Just checking in.....Hope everyone is having a great Mayberry Weekend!

Comment by Allan "Floyd" Newsome on December 15, 2012 at 8:04pm

SPECIAL LIVE SHOW RECORDING TIME/DATE for this weeks TCNW  (and next week too)

Christmas, activities, events....they're getting in the way of our Mayberry Fun so rather than not having episodes, I'm shifting the recording time to Sunday nights for the next two weeks.

Recording episode 216 of Two Chairs No Waiting at 9pm ET  Sunday night (16 Dec 2012)!

Join us in the chat room and watch the show live. http://live.TwoChairsNoWaiting.com/


Be watching for a change to the News Years Eve "scheduled" recording as well because I'll be moving it to another time.   We should be back on schedule for the Jan 7th episode. 

Sorry for all the changes and missing a couple of weeks.  This time of year is very busy in Mayberry. :)


Allan "Floyd" Newsome
http://TwoChairsNoWaiting.com

Comment by Cheryl Polk on June 20, 2012 at 5:31pm

Oh My Dear...I did get the  notifications. I just don't know where my head was when I got them. I was watching these three young men looking for ghosts and I simply lost track of time. I will absolutely put it on my calendar.

Comment by Allan "Floyd" Newsome on June 20, 2012 at 1:26pm

Hey Cheryl,

Yes, there was a live show on Monday.  I sent out an e-mail from here at the iMayberry Community mentioning it and I posted it here on the site on that afternoon.  I'm sorry you missed it.  You'll have to drop by the web site and listen to episode.

Comment by Cheryl Polk on June 20, 2012 at 11:54am

Was there a live podcast this past Monday. I totally forgot about it until late that night? I didn't see it listed on here.

 

thanks,

Cheryl

Comment by Mr. McBeevee on May 14, 2012 at 11:03am

Yahooo, just got notified that my work schedule has changed and will get to listen to my first live podcast tonight !  Looking so forward to it.

Comment by Big Jeff Pruitt on April 19, 2012 at 10:58pm
By the way, Allan, I sure am enjoying the latest episodes of TCNW. I really don't know how you manage to come up with so much food for thought every week! And then pack it all into a 15-20 minute podcast! Although I'm sure the support and encouragement of these other fine folks here in Mayberry doesn't hurt. ;)
Comment by Big Jeff Pruitt on April 19, 2012 at 10:48pm
Lurene Tuttle And Me—We Go Way Back!
You folks are not gonna believe this, (and I don't know much) but I've been familiar with Lurene Tuttle since I was 13 years old back in 1977. Here's how: I was an old-time radio fanatic by the time I was in 2nd grade, and by the time I heard an episode of "Pat Novak For Hire" entitled "Father Leahy" from 1949, starring Jack Webb and Raymund Burr, I was a six-year student of OTR trivia, and very much into the details.

I knew very shortly after listening to my tape recording of this broadcast several (dozen?) times that the actress playing Norma Feldman was none other than Lurene Tuttle. She was quite impressive as a radio performer and very much in demand. I made this connection the next time I saw the TAGS episode "The Shoplifters."

I did not know until today, however, that Parley Baer was also in the same episode of Pat Novak with Lurene Tuttle. This somehow escaped me, as distinct as Baer's voice is. There is a veritable web of these coincidences, as I was reminded upon surfing around Google and Wikipedia and finding that Baer appeared in "Three's Company," which of course co-starred Don Knotts. He also was a recurring performer in "Adventures In Odyssey," a Focus On The Family radio production, alongside his old TAGS colleague, Hal Smith. And the list goes on and on. Make an interesting book, wouldn't it?
 

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