BANTER WITH BEN AND LISA #61: Catching Up On Old TV; Also, Celebrity Sightings, Blue Jasmine, and Pretzel Burgers

This week on “Banter with Ben and Lisa,” we catch up on some old TV by touching base on “Downton Abbey” and “Six Feet Under.” Then Lisa and Ben share a few noteworthy celebrity encounter stories before talking about “Blue Jasmine” and “The Conjuring.” Finally, Lisa expresses her love for pretzel buns and Ben sounds off on Justin Timberlake. Come listen!

9 replies on “BANTER WITH BEN AND LISA #61: Catching Up On Old TV; Also, Celebrity Sightings, Blue Jasmine, and Pretzel Burgers”

  1. Holy CRAP!!! FINALLY! I thought I was the only one who has been gunning for Sir Richard Carlisle to be the Mrs. Bates murderer! Thank you Lisa Timmons, you do not know how long I had to wait for people to get caught up so we could talk theories, and no one ever supported my Carlisle theory. Uh, what a relief, its like all the world’s problems are solved… Alright, I’m pathetic. Keep up the great work guys, these podcasts are clearly all I have in my life right now 🙂

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