Today’s episode is a special double length episode because Tom got called elsewhere and the schedule got all messed up. We’ll call it an experiment.
As everyone knows, it’s Thomas Jefferson’s birthday. What you might not know is that Mr. Jefferson had a daughter of some import. Well Laura knows, and she wrote a book about it. It’s called America’s First Daughter, so go ahead and buy it.
Alex is becoming a new parent, along with almost everyone her age. Lucky for her, Asha’s got the newest book of tips for new parents, Parent Hacks. No ziptie-related hacks, however.
Louie continues to be the second best part of Baskets, after the coyote. But we learn that the coyote is a fraud, so Louie might edge it out in the near future. Make sure to watch every episode to stay up to date on this made up drama.bob sansevere, doug sprinthall, louie anderson, tirecarver
The weather may be confused as to what it wants to do, but this episode knows exactly what it is doing. Bringing good times, and the best of the of.
Featuring enthralling clips from: Adrianne Haslet-Davis, Wil Anderson, and special in studio guest Louie Anderson.adrianne haslet-davis, baskets, louie anderson, Wil Anderson