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Listen To The Danny Bonaduce Show – Wednesday, March 6

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Prog Rock
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Will brought Danny a “prog rock,” which Danny at first thought was something special, but Will confesses that it was just a rock sitting around the studio, and he stuck a piece of tape on it reading “prog rock.” This leads to further discussion of Danny’s confusion between “prog rock” and “Prague rock.” Danny wisely changes the subject, raising questions about the legalization of marijuana, the death penalty, Eddie Vedder, Puyallup, and intern Tori, and other matters.

The show’s encounter with the crew from the Travel Channel’s “Toy Hunter” yesterday has us reminiscing about toys we’ve had and toys we’ve lost. Mike Jones had a double-bladed Darth Maul light saber still in the package from 1999…until Friday, when it took it out of the package to show to the actor who played Darth Maul, Ray Park, but he couldn’t bring himself to do it. Gibbons had an extensive collection of Pee Wee Herman memorabilia, but he lost it through abuse and moving. What did you have that you lost or destroyed that would be valuable today?

Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, along with Rick Jones of Goldberg Jones, answer a slew of questions about transportation for noncustodial parents, protections afforded by legal separation, withheld child support, and other divorce issues.

Some shows, like “The Partridge Family,” still air in syndication and hold up for a new generation of fans. Sarah also still likes “Golden Girls,” but one of her favorites from the ’70s, “Knight Rider,” she now realizes is downright awful. Danny used to really like “Petticoat Junction” and “My Mother the Car,” but they’re now considered so bad that nobody even remembers them. Mike Jones has to admit, “The Six Million Dollar Man” was pretty silly. What show did you like when you were young that you now realize was actually dreadful?

All this, and the Gary Crow Song of the Day, on today’s Danny Bonaduce Show.

Listen to 5:45 to 7:00 a.m. HERE.

Listen to 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. HERE.

Listen to 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. HERE.

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