Tom Douglas graces us with his presence (though sadly, not his food).
Danny took his son to see “The Amazing Spider-Man,” and it made him cry, but he thinks it’s still too soon for a reboot. He also recalls that Emma Stone once landed the part of Laurie Partridge in a reboot of “The Partridge Family,” but the show was so horrendous that it never aired. And now look at Emma, she’s an A-list superstar co-starring in “The Amazing Spider-Man.” And Danny has no resentment about that at all. None whatsoever.
A new app will help you get out of a bad date by calling you cell phone, with the caller ID set up to make it seem like the call is serious, as if it’s coming from your home security company or something, so you can pretend you have an emergency and have to end the date early. What have you done to bail on a bad date?
Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, advises a wife whose husband is terminally ill, and she wants to have an affair but feels very guilty about it.
Superstar chef Tom Douglas joins two of his biggest fans, Danny and Sarah, in the studio. Tom’s restaurants include Dahlia, Etta’s, Lola, Palace Kitchen, Serious Pie (now with two locations), Seatown Seabar and Rotisserie, Serious Biscuit, Brave Horse Tavern, Cuoco, and Ting Momo.
All this, and Danny’s latest efforts to become the newest judge on “American Idol,” on today’s Danny Bonaduce Show.
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