Two Chairs No Waiting 63: Mayberry Christmas to All

by Floyd on December 22, 2009

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:19:20

Two Chairs No Waiting

Two Chairs No Waiting

It’s that wonderful time of the year when we take time to visit with family and friends and slow down to reflect on and enjoy the gifts we’ve been given.

I want to take this time to visit with you and hear from some of our fellow Mayberry fans and I hope you enjoy our visit.

I also have an online Christmas card I’d like to share with all of you.  I have the link below so please drop by and accept this small gift from my family to you and yours.

Don’t forget to leave comments or ask questions on the iMayberry.com/podcasts website or using the contact information given in the podcast. We’d love to have you be a part of our next feedback episode.

Related Links:

  • Christmas Card from the Newsome’s – Jan, Adam and I hope you enjoy this years card.  It’s always fun trying to think of a new twist on the Mayberry theme and for some reason, Charlie Brown was on our minds this year so here we are.  Mayberry and Charlie Brown…I believe this might be a first time for this combination.
  • The Ghosts of Christmas Past – You might like to see The Ghosts of Christmas Past in the form of all the “old” online Christmas cards from the Newsome’s dating back from 1997 through 2008.

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Austin December 25, 2009 at 5:34 pm

That reading of “The Night Before Christmas” was hilarious! I’ve never laughed that hard because of a podcast.
And Allan,your pocast rocks!

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Tim Bradshaw January 29, 2013 at 7:44 pm

Just a thought on the Darling Boys not speaking on the show….Allan did you ever get to ask Rodney about this? I certainly do not know but I have a hunch that it was all about the cost of production. I am sure by SAG rules they got paid pretty good not just for appearing on the show but for singing and playing their instruments, so I am pretty sure that there would have been an additional cost to production if any or all of them had any speaking parts. I will say that it probably made it even funnier that they did not speak, the comedy was fantastic and that Rodney Dillard look became a classic in its own!

Wow that reading of The Night Before Christmas…..that would be hard to read as well as this fellow did it !

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