Is Knox McCoy the Greatest Tennessean?

jrforasteros —  October 18, 2013 — 3 Comments

Story Men - Oct 18, 2013

Is Knox McCoy the Greatest Tennessean?

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The StoryMen welcome blogger, author and veteran podcaster Knox McCoy. Knox may be the King of Pop Culture. Either that or Frank Pitt, Brad’s smarmy little brother. Listen up as we talk fall television, the fall of film, and the return of Walking Dead!

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In this Episode:

0:00 – The New Question: Who’s the Greatest Tennessean?

07:00 – Knox McCoy: King of Pop Culture or Frank Pitt?

17:00 – Is Good TV Hurting the Film Industry?

33:00 – The Return of The Walking Dead

43:00 – How to Not Suck at Marriage

 

Episode Links

Click to get it on Amazon!

Click to get it on Amazon!

How Not to Suck at Marriage on Amazon

Knox McCoy’s Morning Meatloaf

Follow Knox on Twitter

KnoxMcCoy.com

Knox’s TVTalk.com Sons of Anarchy Podcast

Other Links:

Atlantic article: Why is TV Pummeling the Movie Industry?

Find Matt Mikalatos at:

Blog: The Burning Hearts Revolution

Twitter

Amazon Author Page

Find Clay Morgan at:

Blog: Clay Writes

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Amazon Author Page

Find JR. Forasteros at:

Blog: JRForasteros.com

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Sermon Podcast

StoryMen Audio Producer: Aaron Kretzmann

Aaron’s website

Aaron on Facebook

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StoryMen Art by M. S. Corley

M. S. Corley’s website

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StoryMen Theme Song by Anthony Mako

Anthony Mako’s website

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  • I finally got to listen! The only thing better than The Storymen is The Storymen with guest Knox McCoy. Be still my heart.

    PS:
    soccer is awesome
    World War Z is awesome
    Tom Hanks is Tom Hanks in almost every movie, but that’s okay because he’s awesome. Although I thought he was a little less Tom Hanksy in The Ladykillers.

    Also, I like Clay’s intro. But then I’m a creature of habit, and I also never have to come up with an answer for what’s up. 🙂