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June 30, 2021 48 min

The staff of the Rush Limbaugh Show was filled with characters both literally and figuratively, and in this episode, host James Golden (a.k.a. Bo Snerdley) introduces you to two of them. As Executive Producer and Vice President of Digital, respectively, Kathleen and George (known as “Cookie” and “Koko” on the air to millions of Rush Limbaugh fans) worked with Rush for almost the entirety of his broadcasting career. They share behind-the-scenes stories of the early days of the Rush Limbaugh radio show, in addition to their time working with him on his TV show. What’s it like to spend Thanksgiving at Rush Limbaugh’s house? Cookie and Koko can and will tell you that too. This episode also features a special appearance from renowned Political Consultant Mary Matalin, who narrates a feature on Rush Limbaugh’s career trajectory through the Bill Clinton administration.

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