#FPQ 188: All-Time Favorites

This week, Fandango asks a deceptively simple question…

Let’s have some fun this week. Or what I hope you’ll think is fun. My question is simple. It’s all about favorites. If you were asked to name your absolute favorite in each of the following categories, what would they be:

Okay, here we go, but I will warn you, this is as of this moment (November 2, 2022 at 12:30 PM Eastern time). Ask me in a week and get all different answers…

  • Song: Muddy Waters, "Got My Mojo Workin’"
  • Musical artist or group: Muddy Waters
  • Book: Max und Moritz, by Wilhelm Busch. The story of two naughty boys running around and getting into all kinds of mischief.
  • Author: Harlan Coben
  • Movie: A Hard Day’s Night
  • Television show: Hogan’s Heroes
  • Movie or TV actor (male & female): William Conrad (male) and Barbara Stanwyck (female)
  • Stage play or musical: E/R. This was a play that had nothing to do with the TV show of the same name: It was a comedic look at the goings-on in the emergency room at an urban hospital. I laughed so hard at one point they had to stop the show…
  • Live concert: Acoustic Alchemy and Lee Ritenour at the Buckhead Roxy in Atlanta, Summer 1992. Lee was promoting his album Wes Bound, Acoustic Alchemy was a year away from releasing The New Edge.

Any questions?

8 thoughts on “#FPQ 188: All-Time Favorites

    1. The scene that got me laughing so hard was two winos being brought in after the police had broken up a fight between them, and the fight almost restarting in the ER. It was practically identical to something that happened when i had to take one of my 3rd shift crew to the hospital back in my factory days. I couldn’t laugh then…

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