Writer, award-winning storyteller, and podcaster Margot Leitman joins our Beverly Hills, 90210 podcast this week as David deals with his drug addiction and Andrea deals with morning sickness. Margot is the author of Gawky: Tales of an Extra Long Awkward Phase, and Long Story Short: The Only Storytelling Guide You’ll Ever Need. Along with former guest of “The Blaze” H. Alan Scott, Margot hosts Talking Crime, a not-so-serious true crime response podcast.
You can read the Los Angeles Times op-eds referenced in this episode here: “On the Dumping of a 90210 Role Model;” Charles Rosin’s response; Gabrielle Carteris’ response; and the response to her response. We’re also pleased to bring you updates on Peach Pit Willie, Jose Angel Santana, the Big Oaks Lodge, and a double-scoop of Chuck’s Corner!
It’s 2am, Condors, and DJ David Silver can’t be in the studio tonight, so your gals Lizzie and Kat are stepping in to cover his graveyard radio shift. Calls come in from listeners April in Los Angeles, Lance in Montreal, Pallavi in New York, and Jess in Australia. This episode is an experiment into the electronic grid, so it’s a good thing we love to party!
There’s trouble in paradise, as David’s addiction is threatening baby Erin’s safety, Dylan’s little sister Erica is growing up, and Andrea receives some startling test results. Our friend April joins us for this episode of our Beverly Hills, 90210 podcast and offers a law professional’s opinion on the gang’s shenanigans and various custody arrangements. You can listen to David Silver’s depressed playlist on Spotify at tinyurl.com/DJGrimReaper
Writer and fellow Law & Order: SVU obsessive Amy Jacobowitz is the guest on this week’s episode of The Blaze with Lizzie and Kat, and we’re almost as stressed as David Silver during finals. Almost. You can watch Modern/Love, the short film Amy wrote (directed by Lee Toland Krieger, and starring Robert Schwartzman and Naomi Scott) on YouTube.