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Dead Eyes
Actor/comedian Connor Ratliff (The Chris Gethard Show, UCB, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) embarks upon a quest to solve a very stupid mystery that has haunted him for two decades: why Tom Hanks fired him from a small role in the 2001 HBO mini-series, Band Of Brothers.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 2,166 ratings
Simply, positively amazing
This series is exactly what I needed in life right now. Listening to Connor come to terms with life the same as we all do in so many ways is exceptionally cathartic and is done so in such a funny and refreshing way. Well done, all around.
JayP505 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/04/22
I came across this podcast, unfortunately, after it finally wrapped (at least for the third and… final season?), but at least this allowed me to roll through it on my own timeline. The hook is the story of the “dead eyes” firing, with the twist of “the nicest man in Hollywood” (Tom Hanks)...Read full review »
DLC-overtime via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/03/22
Connor my friend, you have exceeded our expectations and surprised on the upside. When I first ran across the podcast, I listened to the first episode and loved it but seriously thought that I would just skip to the last episode thinking there could be nothing of interest in between. Then I...Read full review »
musiclover89456 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/31/22
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Published 03/10/22
Published 03/10/22
Connor investigates two high school productions of Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific:one that took place in 1990 during his freshman year at Jefferson City High in Missouri, and the other in 1974 at Skyline High in Oakland, California, where a high school senior named Thom Hanks played a...
Published 03/03/22
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