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Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
63 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Jeff, I think you have my hinkles.
Today we investigate the great hinkle theft of Alpharetta as we welcome back rocking chair season. One thing is for certain, Donna never forgets. William Schatner went to space. But was it the real space? Scientists have yet to agree. Then we have a grim update on the case of Gabby Petito as we discuss the new autopsy report released just this week. We check in with teen habits according to a recent study before discussing a fresh new country artist that has made PT very upset. And finally, Tim McGraw and Paul McCartney are starting fights. Want to get in touch with Caddy? Call or Text 7704646024.
42 minutes | Oct 12, 2021
Welcome to the show, Mr. Clayton Joshua Cameron.
We have a very special guest on today’s episode of the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. He’s known in some circles as someone who pushes dance to its limits. For our purposes, he joins Donna’s quest for clogging stardom. Donna will be launching a GoFundMe for Harry Styles tickets immediately. These prices are outrageous. Eric Church gave some unforgettable performances this weekend after his band tested positive for COVID-19. We’ve got the full story for you. And we tease the next episode with some surprising statistics about habits among teenagers. Would you be mad if you saw Eric Church this past weekend? Let us know. Call or Text 7704646024.
46 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
I think we're experiencing a clogging coup.
Is Donna about to lose her clogging captaincy? There’s only one other Donna powerful enough to dethrone this Donna. We’ve got her on the phone today. Donna’s got a new hype song for us, we’re sorry in advance for it getting pulled back into your head. Caddy and PT jump at the chance to add in their hype songs as well. Caddy brings us an inspiring story of Homecoming from his Alma Mater in North Carolina. Get your tissues, this had everyone in the studio getting emotional. And finally we close with Donna taking her first ever college tour and Facebook taking a day off from destroying our brains. Have a hype song you want to nominate for the playlist? Call or Text 7704646024.
56 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
McNugget me now!
The McRib is back and Caddy is here to offer some free promotional advice to the Golden Arches. The Thunder is Rollin’, and Peppa Pig is staying far away from this one. You’re welcome, McDonalds. We begin this episode of the podcast with a moment of silence for Priscilla the Pink Pig. And then Caddy brings in a story that Donna and PT want nothing to do with. But who are we to judge? Then we dive deep into the challenges that today’s young people face in school, both in the classroom and with our first ever “Dear Preston” segment. And we wrap with some obligatory entertainment news featuring Keith Urban and Alan Jackson. Do you agree with Preston? Let us know. Call or Text 7704646024.
53 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Double one, double two, double three, rock step.
We’ve got a very special guest this episode that takes Donna through the basics of clogging, because it never hurts to get a little professional advice when you’re trying to win a National Championship. Stay tuned for more on “The Sassy Stompers.” Donna has watched every bit of Brittney Spears content so you don’t have to. Caddy’s got some pretty out there recommendations for social interaction at the dog park, and we check back in with PT to quickly cover the saddest Country songs of all time. In obligatory music news, tours are still getting derailed due to COVID-19. And finally we close with another grim update on Gabby Petito. Want to add to our growing funeral song playlist? Call or text us at 7704646024.
50 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
Is your clogging heat on?
We're tying up some loose ends in our podcast lore we’ve developed over the past few weeks. The big one is an update on Donna’s quest for world clogging domination. Is it college tour season already? It’s all business for Donna. Then we cover the very strange development that unfolded live on the set of “The View.” Caddy suspects foul play. In our obligatory music news segment, we cover Deana Carter’s reissue of “Did I Shave My Legs for This?” And finally, we cover the moments where we first felt way too old. What would your funeral song be? Your answer could be featured on the next show. 7704646024.
50 minutes | Sep 23, 2021
Give us a chance to get our cloggers wet.
Donna's got a new dream of fame and fortune, but you're gonna have to wait until the end of the episode to hear about it. It's like Pitch Perfect but significantly less entertaining. We've got another update on Gabby Petito, the young woman whose disappearance has dominated the news for the past several days. Then we have tons of entertainment news to keep that podcast category machine happy. We venture into the world of songwriting, talk about Caddy's new favorite country song that will break your heart, and Phil Collins managing to still tour despite staying mostly seated. If you or someone you know is suffering from Domestic Violence, the National Domestic Violence Hotline is available to call at no cost. Just dial 1-800-799-7233.
49 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
Uncle Joey Oughta Know.
Caddy and PT both have their minds blown about halfway through today’s episode of the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. PT practically had a childhood icon ripped away from him. You won’t want to miss it. We start this week with a heartbreaking update on the story of Gabby Petito. It prompts a back and forth from Caddy and Donna on the worries and stresses of parenting. On to lighter news: Air Fryers are like skillets, it’s better if you don’t clean them. Rolling Stone has updated their Greatest Songs of All Time list, we discuss. Caddy makes some pretty dangerous assumptions about Reba McEntire, and in the least surprising news of the day Instagram is bad for kids. Finally, the Emmys happened. Does anyone out there still care? Let us know. 7704646024.
57 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
Order dessert first, life is very uncertain.
This week we've got another fantastic "Second Act" as we bring in Stephanie Wright, owner of Dinner A'Fare. She's got an inspiring story you'll want to hear. PT brings in an example of what a good cameo sounds like, and it only upsets Caddy even more. Donna left the house for a whole week and it's a miracle the Choate family is still alive. Caddy stepped up to the plate by downloading a very manly app. Finally we close with an adorable wedding song, a few generous pod peeps, and some talk on whether or not the pandemic is still a valid excuse to not get things done. Have thoughts? Let us know. 7704646024.
46 minutes | Sep 14, 2021
But can you play Smoke on the Water?
We’re following up on one of the best “Second Acts” we’ve heard yet. Linda Walker is joining us by phone today to discuss her new gig as a bassist in a local cover band. We’re impressed and you will be too on today’s Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. Caddy raced into the studio today, nobody tell Officer Ritchey. Today we revisit a photo from Caddy’s camera roll that needs some further explanation. Look for the photo itself in your copy of this week's “letter.” Then the most profitable Cameo artist from this past year is someone you’ve probably never heard of. Then we close with some breaking news on the Country Music Awards and Joe Biden's new vaccination effort. Do you have a Second Act? Share it with Caddy. 7704646024.
44 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Check your settings, check yourself.
We’ve got a public service announcement from Donna today: keep it clean. Just be on the lookout everybody, Donna is over it. There are no more excuses, clean it up. We begin today with a preview of Caddy’s remarks from one of the many 9/11 remembrance events taking place this weekend. We’ll honor our first responders this weekend in Alpharetta, Georgia. Then, did your parents clean up before the cleaners got there? Did they look through their old photos and get a little emotional? We discuss both. Kanye West has a new rival, and it surprises everybody in the studio. And finally we end with a few pod peeps and one glorious second act. Do you have a second act you want to share? Give Caddy a call. 7704646024.
52 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
Well...it's called "Call Her Daddy."
Donna would like to change the tone and tenor of the show, but she’s betraying us with another podcast. Would she recommend that other show? Not so fast. Caddy’s got a fresh perspective on COVID-19 and more specifically, the vaccine. Then we read through Tim McGraw’s recent essay with Esquire magazine and talk about the tough battles he’s fought with an aging career and struggles with addiction. And finally, UGA Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker is running for the United States Senate here in Georgia. We bring in PT to talk about campaigns and how Herschel will be seen by voters. Have thoughts on today’s show? Reach out to Caddy. 7704646024.
41 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
Is there a Phil McCracken in the house?
There's something strange happening in Virginia, about a dozen definitely real people all decided to not show up to a school board meeting at the last minute. Mr. Kedick owes us an explanation. We begin with the news of Hurricane Ida making landfall in Louisiana and the "Cajun Navy" that's been lending a helping hand. You can lend a helping hand with a donation by clicking here. We quickly change topics by remembering old vacations, and Bonaroo is cancelled but not for the reason you thing. PT had a math assignment that probably should come with a content warning, but we close with the biggest news of all: Georgia finally has a Buc-ee's. Are you a hater or a lover of the new hit establishment? Let us know. 7704646024.
54 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
"I wonder if it was the luber..."
Is it an Uber? Is it a Lyft? Something strange is happening with the “weiner-mobile” as it traverses across Georgia. Our pod peeps this week provide us with the much needed updates. Donna is sick and tired of “free range” children. Get it together parents. Caddy wanted to talk about Keith Urban, but Donna steals the segment to pitch a new guest for an upcoming episode of the podcast. The CEO of Delta is having a tough time coming to grips with the new COVID lingo, and we’re checking in on Kanye yet again. Then in our obligatory music news segment of the show, we cover Kasey Musgraves upcoming album. And finally we close today’s show with a story update from Officer Ritchey of “Caddy Wagon” fame and a pod peep pitch at the hit new holiday toy. Want to get in touch? Give us a call. 7704646024.
45 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Don’t think about it, say it.
Buccees has reached Georgia. OnlyFans reversed their ban on sexually explicit content. University of Georgia football is back. All is right in the Cadillac Jack world. Those are some of the topics covered early in the show before Caddy and Donna move onto more serious topics, like the importance of spending time with your parents. After that, to fulfill our designation as a semi-music podcast, we talk Garth Brooks. And no, Donna isn’t excited about it either. Regardless, Garth Brooks is headed back to America’s dive bars to visit with his “peoples.” Don’t you wish we had a local country station here in Atlanta? RIP. And here’s the tease… Next week we will have Brian Brasher on to talk about music licensing and artists “selling out.” Spoiler alert: they’re not really selling out. Tune in and find out why.
46 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
I'm a big fan of waiting for the stink.
It’s a rapid fire show on the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast this week as we cover everything from Andrew Cuomo’s potential new gig to the best songs to listen to during a plane crash. In other words, your standard Tuesday episode. Shows have returned to the Fox Theater, and seeing “Hamilton” over the weekend was a surprisingly emotional experience for Donna. Next, a tradition unlike any other. PSLs are back, baby! Barry Manilow could not be stopped over the weekend, by the sound guy or by mother nature herself. In our obligatory music news of the episode we discuss the delayed tours of Florida Georgia Line and Garth Brooks, before closing the show with the inspirational story of one of Georgia’s finest Dragon Boat racers. Have you had a good experience with one of our show partners? Let us know. 7704646024.
43 minutes | Aug 19, 2021
Bushwackers, floaters and a climax in Act 3
A 320% increase in moms drinking during the pandemic? That’s a lot of Truly’s. There’s a reason we have an Uber dropoff outside the studio these days. That’s what Donna and Cadillac Jack start off the show covering, at least. From there they smoothly transition into Caddy’s first bush and floater. Then we hit on some musical pro tips, like why buying gear at concerts is so important for supporting artists. And, in the third act, there’s a climax. Stay tuned and strap in.
57 minutes | Aug 17, 2021
I'd like to buy the world a Coke, and keep it company.
We start off with a quick recap of Caddy and Donna’s public speaking experience before diving right into the new “Woka-Cola” ad that’s lighting up the airways. We think the old one ad was better on the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. It’s Donna’s birthday week just so everyone knows. Be on high alert for the festivities. This week Caddy is taking us down a musical rabbit hole of strong women in Country Music. Then we dive head first into the University of Alabama “Rush” and why it’s trending all over social media this week. Caddy closes us out by sharing his first ever meeting with Mama LeClaire, and it certainly wasn’t their last. What would your walkout song for a public speaking engagement be? Let us know. 7704646024.
55 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Olympic trivia for this week's "You Can't Beat Jack."
We’ve got another thrilling edition of “You Can’t Beat Jack,” a pop-culture trivia show that this time ventures into the Olympics. Can Caddy rebound from his first loss in ages? We’ll find out. We start off this episode with one of life’s toughest questions. Do you keep up with your exes? Then a letter of recommendation comes from an unlikely source. We’re already off-script as Caddy and Donna dig into the struggles of divorce, but we get back on track as we continue Donna’s review of Luke Bryan’s new documentary series “My Dirt Road Diary.” And right before we close with “You Can’t Beat Jack” we cover the breaking news of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation. Want to be a “You Can’t Beat Jack” contestant? Let us know.7704646024.
52 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
Donna broke the pyramid scheme.
Caddy and Donna are offering a quick preview of their inspirational speech on Wednesday, well not really. It’s more about multi-level marketing and selling tupperware. Donna’s got a new self help routine that requires somebody else to help her. She’s not having any luck with Caddy. Nothing tests a marriage like a joint motivational speaking engagement, in part because Donna has a surprising case of stage fright. We’ve got a quick Facebook fishing today before Caddy runs us through his radio origin story to honor one of the all-time great bands. In the obligatory music news segment, has anyone seen Donda? The album, not the person. And finally we wrap with the Olympic medal count and changing mask mandates across the country. Want to get in touch? 7704646024.
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