Episode 32 - The Prince written by Mehar Sethi

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Guests: 
Glenn Howerton as Dave Whitney
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Ginger Gonzaga as Zodiac Waitress/Assistant/Housewife/Local/Hostess
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Brad Neely as Charles Whitney
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Mamie Gummer as Molly
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Scott MacArthur as State Senator/Roger/Redneck Store Clerk/Bobby/Gifford
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Gary Anthony Williams as Carl Fisher/Rival Oil Exec
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Elizabeth Ho as Rhea
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Roberta Valderrama as Margarita
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Mike Kosinski as Oscar/Cody
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Tay Strathairn as Liam Lenox/Steakhouse Waiter
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Sunkrish Bala as Ravi Daptik/Rival Oil Exec/Colleague/City Official/Actor
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Lizzie Peet as Aunt Alice

Our dead pilot this month is The Prince by Mehar Sethi (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Bojack Horseman). When Dave Whitney, a ruthless corporate fixer in Texas, is passed over for a promotion in his family's oil business, he decides to take the whole company down. Mehar describes it as "What if Karl Rove worked for Greenpeace?"

We had a great cast for this one including Glenn Howerton as Dave Whitney, Brad Neely as Charles Whitney, Mamie Gummer as Molly, Scott MacArthur as State Senator/Roger/Redneck Store Clerk/Bobby/Gifford, Lizzie Peet as Aunt Alice, Roberta Valderrama as Margarita, Ginger Gonzaga as Zodiac Waitress/Assistant/Housewife/Local/Hostess, Gary Anthony Williams as Carl Fisher/Rival Oil Exec, Elizabeth Ho as Rhea,  Mike Kosinski as Oscar, Tay Strathairn as Liam Lenox/Steakhouse Waiter, Sunkrish Bala as Ravi Daptik/Rival Oil Exec/Colleague/City Official/Actor, Mike Kosinski as Cody, and Andrew Reich with stage directions. After the table read, listen to Andrew's interview with Mehar regarding his dead pilot!

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