ONLY ON AUDIO! Glenn Beck Takes On His Idiot Friend-Live, on the Radio We've all been in those mind-numbing, stomach-churning, sleep-inducing conversations with people whose brains seem to be smaller than their mouths. They're always endlessly long, painfully agonizing and hopelessly futile. Glenn Beck, host of a nationally syndicated radio program and a television show on Fox News and the #1 bestselling author of Arguing with Idiots, Common Sense, and The Christmas Sweater, finds himself in those debates all the time-and now you can hear how he wins them every time. As millions of listeners have heard, Glenn's arguments with his Idiot Friend live on the air have provided some of the funniest and most insightful moments on The Glenn Beck Program. Now, in the bestselling tradition of America's March to Socialism, Glenn collects his most memorable on-air dimwit debates in IDIOTS UNPLUGGED, an original audio program unavailable in any other format. Glenn's use of facts and reason to silence his Idiot Friend (played to know-nothing perfection by series regular Pat Gray) has become a popular highlight of his broadcasts. Offering the best of these exchanges, IDIOTS UNPLUGGED features Glenn's winning arguments on everything from taxes to global warming to education to why Lindsey Graham is a big problem for the Republican party. After listening, you'll never again worry about cocktail parties in Manhattan, date-nights in San Francisco, or sending your daughter off to Berkeley for college. A collection of radio segments that are both timely and classic, IDIOTS UNPLUGGED is a reminder of why no other broadcaster makes the truth as convincing and entertaining as Glenn Beck.
by Glenn Beck
by Glenn Beck, Kevin Balfe, Peter Schweizer, Tyler Grimm, Colin Balfe, Gary Brozek
by Glenn Beck, Kevin Balfe, Jason Wright
by Glenn Beck, Nicole Baart
by Glenn Beck, Keith Russell Ablow, M.D.
"In these collected segments from conservative Glenn Beck's radio program, a stereotypical Idiot character makes a statement and is then rebuffed with what Beck presents as facts. More comedic than his previous works, the pieces aired live, and there's little in the way of audible post-production. Beck exudes confidence in every syllable, and his supporting cast is lively and agreeably over-the-top. In particular, Pat Gray plays the whiny Idiot to the hilt, supporting his arguments with screeching ad hominem. Only the theme tune strikes a false note; while humorous and catchy, it's included before and after every single segment. It quickly becomes tiresome. There are no subject headings, so navigation without a track list can be tricky. A.Z.W. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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