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That Was a Show?

That Was a Show?

By Radio Gizmo: Brynn, Aaron & Barry
The podcast about failed or forgotten sitcoms from the 80s and 90s.

Many sitcoms have stood the test of time and have millions of adoring fans—but those shows were diamonds in the rough. This podcast is not about those diamonds, it's about the rough. Some sitcoms were briefly popular in their time, some were cancelled almost immediately. You probably won't recognize most of these, and you'll say 'that was a show?'

Hosted by Brynn Byrne, Aaron Yeger, and Andrew "Barry" Helmer.

A Radio Gizmo Production.

Artwork by Brian Walker.

Merch: www.redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow
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Season 1 Finale! That Was a Season?
Brynn, Aaron & Barry look back at a full 90s-sitcom-season worth of podcast episodes. The hosts watch another episode of a show they reviewed early on to see how it compares; they present the first annual TWASies Awards to some of the most deserving shows, characters and actors; they answer a listener question; and they reflect on the origin story of That Was a Show? and how far they’ve come! And inspired by classic sitcoms, there’s even a clipshow! Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:03:24
May 6, 2021
Jennifer Slept Here - A Show About “The Most Beautiful Ghost in the World”
Jennifer Slept Here WAS a show. These are the actual lyrics to the theme song: “I just saw the most beautiful ghost in the world—she slept here. I just saw the most outrageous kind of a girl—she lived here. Jennifer, whatchu doin’ to me? In and out of my life you appear. They say the stars don’t shine as bright since you left here. Jennifer slept here; she lived here; she loved here; laughed here and wept here—she slept here. And she never really left here—Jennifer slept here!” Brynn, Aaron & Barry hold a séance to find out why the ghost of a Hollywood starlet is hanging out with a 14 year old boy. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:00:31
April 16, 2021
Pearl - Starring Rhea Perlman, Malcolm McDowell, Carol Kane and Lucy Liu
Pearl WAS a show. This story of a middle-aged loading dock manager (Perlman) who finally gets to go to university may have only lasted one season, but it certainly had an all star cast! She spars with her pompous and elitist professor Stephen Pynchon (McDowell) because he doesn’t believe a working class student like Pearl has any place in an institution of higher learning. Brynn, Aaron & Barry sign up for this course to learn why this show didn’t earn a passing grade. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:00:00
March 27, 2021
Get a Life - Starring Chris Elliott
Get a Life WAS a show. Before he moved to Schitt’s Creek, Chris Elliot was a 30 year old paper boy who died constantly. You read correctly… anyway, this character is a manchild, a renegade and definitely “unique.” Hollywood heavyweight Charlie Kauffman wrote for this wacky show, and you certainly can’t tell. CROSSOVER ALERT: Kaydence and Kolin from the B-Watch Rewatch Podcast drop in to offer their hot takes. Check out @b.watchrewatch on Instagram and find them on all podcast platforms. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
55:37
March 11, 2021
The Nutt House - A Sitcom by Mel Brooks, Starring the Great Cloris Leachman
The Nutt House WAS a show. Back in 1989 this short-lived sitcom was co-created by Mel Brooks, modeled after the absurd farcical style of comedy popularized by his films like Young Frankenstein and Spaceballs. It’s the story of a struggling old New York hotel named after its owners—the Nutt family. With lavish set design and orchestral score, this single-camera show features an impressive cast including Cloris Leachman in two different roles. Brynn, Aaron & Barry check in and see if they enjoy their stay. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
59:27
February 25, 2021
The John Larroquette Show - A Show Starring John Larroquette, with Special Guest Stars: 3 out of 4 Golden Girls
The John Larroquette Show WAS a show. Hot on the heels of three Emmy wins for Night Court, Larroquette was the star of this very, very dark tragicomedy about a struggling down and out writer who becomes the night manager of the Crossroads Bus Terminal. The show was retooled after two seasons and then ran for two more. Brynn, Aaron & Barry watch the pilot, and a post-retool episode featuring a reunion of the cast of The Golden Girls in a Sunset Boulevard parody. So wander into Crossroads station, buy some bus tickets, and see where this dark ride goes. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:04:34
February 11, 2021
Sports Night - Aaron Sorkin’s First Show
Sports Night WAS a show. From 1998-2000, this was the first series created by legendary Hollywood screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The show starred Peter Krause, Felicity Huffman, Josh Charles, Joshua Molina, Sabrina Lloyd and Robert Guillaume as the on and off air talent of a nightly live cable sports show. The show, while well received by critics (and continues to have a following to this day), failed to land with audiences and was cancelled after just two seasons. “Walk and talk” with us as we revisit this sitcom that straddled the lines of comedy, drama, sports, and horribly deployed laugh tracks. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
56:17
January 28, 2021
It’s Your Move - Starring Teenaged Jason Bateman
It’s Your Move WAS a show. This short-lived predecessor by the creators of Married...with Children co-stars David Garrison and an adolescent Jason Bateman! In what is Bateman’s first lead role, he plays young con-artist Matthew Burton, who runs non-stop grifts. Garrison plays struggling writer Norman Lamb, who moves into the apartment across the hall. Matthew applies his skills of manipulation in constant attempts to keep Norman from dating his widowed mother. Lamb is the only person who sees through Matthew’s schemes, and thus a duel between the two of them ensues. Brynn, Aaron & Barry take their turn at playing this game! Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:01:08
January 14, 2021
DVD Bonus Features: More Classic Holiday Shows!
*Content Warning* Scandalous descriptions of Santa. Do not listen in the vicinity of children... We couldn’t manage to squeeze all this holiday cheer into one episode, so here’s a special bonus gift! Brynn, Aaron & Barry each have one more pick for a Christmas-themed episode of an 80s or 90s sitcom that you just might remember. Happy New Year! Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
15:49
December 26, 2020
A Very Special Episode: Holiday Spectacular!
*Content Warning* Scandalous descriptions of Santa. Do not listen in the vicinity of children... 2020 WAS a year. Brynn, Aaron & Barry celebrate this holiday season with a deep dive into some memorable Christmas episodes from popular 80s and 90s sitcoms—and one surprise Christmas episode from a failed show that they revisit from earlier in the year. They talk about their favourite holiday episode of all time, Seinfeld season 9 episode 10 “The Strike” aka Festivus! This culminates in an airing of grievances, including a rant about the lack of actual Channukah celebration in sitcoms. Happy Whatever! Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:24:48
December 22, 2020
Out of This World - Starring Burt Reynolds...sort of
Out of This World WAS a show. It ran for 4 seasons and became a hugely nostalgic cult sitcom for Gen-Xers and older Millennials. The show is remembered for its quirky sight gags, the plucky teen star, and the magical cube that spoke with Burt Reynolds’ voice. Brynn, Barry and Aaron unpack what was largely forgotten about this show, and it’s… a lot. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:06:35
December 10, 2020
Stark Raving Mad - Starring Tony Shalhoub and Neil Patrick Harris
Stark Raving Mad WAS a show. Starring comedic powerhouses Neil Patrick Harris and Tony Shaloub, this odd-couple type sitcom was about a fast-rising Junior Editor (Harris) paired with an eccentric bestselling horror novelist (Shaloub) to finish his latest hit. This oddball series made its way to NBC’s famous Must See Thursday lineup nestled between Fraiser and ER, but didn’t make it past the first season. We try not to write ourselves into a corner as we discover what went wrong. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
55:57
November 26, 2020
Big Wave Dave’s - A Show about Hawaii...without Hawaii
Big Wave Dave’s WAS a show. During a particularly bad winter blizzard, three yuppie dudes from Chicago decide to pull up their stakes and move to Hawaii to open up a surf shop on the beach. Oh, and they drag one of their wives along for the ride. Turns out none of them know anything whatsoever about surfing...we put on our Aloha shirts, grab our boards, and see if this show makes waves! Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
49:33
November 12, 2020
Hi Honey, I’m Home! - The Sitcom That Could Have Inspired Pleasantville
Hi Honey, I’m Home! WAS a show. It’s about what happens when a 50s sitcom family moves in next door to a 90s sitcom family. Set in present day (90s) New Jersey, the 50s characters are living in hiding—part of the “sitcom relocation program” because their show was pulled off the air. Brynn, Aaron and Barry deconstruct why they believe this surrealist satire is a true hidden gem. Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (Because 90s AOL still exists for some reason!) Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:14:33
October 29, 2020
The Charmings - Fairytale Characters Invade Suburban LA
The Charmings WAS a show. Once Upon a Time, three podcast hosts were perplexed by a strange sitcom about fairytale characters living in 1980s Burbank, California. It’s a tale of questionable tropes, random political references, and a re-cast princess. Join Aaron, Brynn and Barry as they delve into the sitcom that Jonathan Wolff said “deserved to die.” Follow That Was a Show? on Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch available at: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
58:43
October 8, 2020
A Very Special Episode: Interview with Jonathan Wolff, Composer of 75 Sitcoms from Townies to Seinfeld
Jonathan Wolff is a prolific composer, best known for his iconic themes and musical scores for hit shows like Will & Grace, Married...with Children, Who’s the Boss? and oh yeah...Seinfeld! Those are his mouth pops and slap bass riffs! But Jonathan isn’t joining us to talk about those legendary shows. For our first ever Very Special Episode, we speak with Jonathan about his career in television spanning three decades and over 75 series, including many failed or forgotten sitcoms from the 80s and 90s. He was also generous enough to share some great stories about Will & Grace and Seinfeld too! Follow Jonathan Wolff on Instagram @seinfeldmusicguy and learn more about him and his work at www.seinfeldmusicguy.com Follow That Was a Show? on Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch available at: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
55:16
September 24, 2020
AfterMASH - The Aftermath of M*A*S*H
AfterMASH WAS a show. It was a spinoff of M*A*S*H...obviously! The show follows three characters from the original series after they return home from the Korean War. Colonel Sherman T. Potter, Maxwell Klinger and Father John Mulcahy reunite to work together at General Pershing Veteran's Hospital a.k.a. "General General,” located in the fictional town of River Bend, Missouri. Much like the legendary M*A*S*H, AfterMASH attempts to balance comedy with tragedy, and we take a serious look at how it fares in comparison to its predecessor. Trigger Warning: AfterMASH explores serious subject matter including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and poor treatment of veterans. We talk about these themes in our episode. Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library: thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch available at: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
59:18
September 10, 2020
The Golden Palace - A Spinoff of The Golden Girls (with Samantha MacAdam)
The Golden Palace WAS a show. It was a spinoff of The Golden Girls—but subtract Bea Arthur, and add Don Cheadle and Cheech Marin. They sell their house and buy a hotel in Miami. Why do they come out of retirement to take on this much risk and hard work? Why does Sophia want to run a commercial kitchen and bus tables at 87? We decided to put on some pastel leisurewear and investigate. Featuring guest Samantha MacAdam! Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library blog is now live! thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch available at: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
58:01
August 27, 2020
Joanie Loves Chachi - A Phrase Everyone Knows!
Joanie Loves Chachi WAS a show. You’ve probably heard of it, but never actually seen it! It was the Happy Days spin-off that spun out. The series mixes traditional sitcom elements with musical performances, as Joanie Cunningham and Chachi Arcola try to make it as rock and/or roll musicians in Chicago in the early 60s—and we see if they can carry the tune. Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library blog is now live! thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch available at: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
56:57
August 13, 2020
DVD Bonus Features: Davis Rules Deleted Scenes
Welcome to our first ever That Was a Show? bonus episode...Davis Rules Deleted Scenes! From the 90s obsession with mini golf, to our adolescent assumptions about Mad About You, some parts of our Davis Rules discussion went off on tangents that didn’t really fit with the plot. So here they are anyway! Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library blog is now live! thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch available at: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
12:47
August 4, 2020
Davis Rules - Starring Randy Quaid
Davis Rules WAS a show. Legendary comedian Jonathan Winters riffs to his heart’s content, while bombastic movie star Randy Quaid plays a calm, subdued family man (?) Plus Patricia Clarkson almost, and then actually, becomes a nun. Brynn, Barry and Aaron go down a Randy Quaid rabbit hole, but inevitably veer back into debating whether or not Davis does in fact rule. Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow The Trope Library blog is now live! thatwasashow.tumblr.com Merch available at: redbubble.com/people/thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
01:06:00
July 28, 2020
Muddling Through - Starring Jennifer Aniston
Muddling Through WAS a show. It’s the story of Connie Drago, an ex-con who returns from prison to run the family roadhouse diner/motel and reunite with her daughters. But really it’s the story of a sitcom featuring Jennifer Aniston which debuted moments before Friends, and due to contractual obligations could have resulted in the re-casting of Rachel Green. We put on our aprons and serve up the story. Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
51:17
July 14, 2020
Townies - Starring Molly Ringwald, Jenna Elfman, Lauren Graham, Ron Livingston and Bill Burr
Townies WAS a show. It’s like Friends but set in a blue collar fishing village in Massachusetts. It starred Molly Ringwald, pre-Dharma Jenna Elfman and Bill “Billy” Burr. What went wrong? We embark on a voyage to find out! Listen to the episode and follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow to find out about our new merch, and for an exciting announcement about our very first contest! Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
47:58
June 30, 2020
Woops! - A Sitcom about Nuclear Apocalypse
Whoops! WAS a show. Actually they spelled it "Woops!" When an accidental nuclear holocaust destroys the planet, it’s up to six lone survivors to rebuild civilization while hanging out in a random farmhouse in California. It’s basically a post-apocalyptic Cheers. This left us with a lot of questions...first and foremost: what happened to the H in the title? Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew "Barry" Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
48:57
June 22, 2020
Teen Angel - Or Why You Should Never Eat a Six Month Old Hamburger
Teen Angel WAS a show. Apparently there needed to be a boy’s equivalent of Sabrina the Teenage Witch, so they kill a teen by having him eat a six month old hamburger. The boy becomes his best friend’s guardian angel, and Marcia Brady’s there too. Confused? So were we. Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew "Barry" Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
43:08
June 22, 2020
Pilot: Aliens in the Family
Aliens in the Family WAS a show. This late 90s sitcom was the answer to a question no one asked: what if you combined the blended family shenanigans of the Brady Bunch with the muppets from the Jim Henson Company's "Dinosaurs"? But you know… aliens. Brynn, Aaron and Barry perform an alien autopsy to get to the bottom of it! Follow us on Instagram @thatwasashow Hosted by: Brynn Byrne @brynnabyrne Aaron Yeger @aaronyeger Andrew “Barry” Helmer @andrewhelmer Podcast logo and artwork by Brian Walker @briguywalker That Was a Show? is a Radio Gizmo Production
43:06
June 22, 2020
Introducing: That Was a Show?
Coming soon to your favourite pod box... The podcast about failed or forgotten sitcoms from the 80s and 90s! Hosted by Brynn, Aaron and Barry (actually Andrew), That Was a Show? goes on an archeological dig through the decaying the remains of sitcoms you've probably never even heard of before—or the ones you vaguely remember and struggle to convince your friends that they actually existed. Join us as watch these old treasures and deconstruct the preposterous choices made, speculate as to why they were cancelled, and even try to connect these shows with Friends in six degrees or less. That Was a Show?
01:00
May 30, 2020