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Episode 39: Talk: The House

MILWAUKEE, January 27 – In a time when money is scarce in the TV business, the industry is rubber-necking at Milwaukee Talk’s new $1.4 million dollar, two-tiered, plumbing-accurate, morning show set. 1,157 more words

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Episode 37: Aunt Mary's Great Slip

MILWAUKEE, September 22 – It has only been three weeks or so since the debut of “Aunt Mary’s Great Trip” but its host, Mary Margaret, may already be showing signs of the strains of hosting two daily television programs. 353 more words

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Episode 36: Shell-Long and Adios!

MILWAUKEE, September 10 – In what appears to be his final salvo on the Milwaukee Talk program, Vic Shell used his own pocket money to buy a 30-second commercial during the show this morning to bid a fond farewell to his loyal viewers. 271 more words

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Episode 35: Aunt Mary's Great Trip

Not only did Tater Beutler change Milwaukee Talk, she also changed the WLKE-TV3 daily schedule.

“She had convinced Honus Knox III that Mary and the rest of the… 541 more words

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Episode 34: Shell of a Good Time

Estranged co-host Vic Shell made another appearance on Milwaukee Talk on Labor Day.  As the show was broadcasting live from the Milwaukee Motorcycle Show, co-host Mary Margaret’s voice was suddenly drowned out by an overwhelming engine drone, then seconds later obstructed by a Harley-Davidson 12000T as it cruised into frame.  358 more words

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Justice on a Silver Platter

Is this justice? Perhaps. Perhaps we deserve it all. The riots. The violence. The terror. Indeed we have oppressed, disabled, judged, robbed, and taken action that harmed others for the sake of gaining power. 724 more words

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Episode 33: Raise a Little Shell

MILWAUKEE, August 29 –  Well for the record, Vic Shell’s absence from WLKE-TV3’s long-running Milwaukee Talk show lasted a grand total of two shows.   During this morning’s broadcast viewers were surprised when a phone-in caller to a tax tips segment turned out to be none other than Shell. 322 more words

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