Daniel and Dave Discuss Every Episode of DGL

A weekly podcast in which Daniel Gray and Dave Brown talk about a specific episode of the hit family radio drama Down Gilead Lane.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Slow Walk DGL Episode #6!

SPECTACULAR SIX!! Daniel and Dave read out listener comments, talk about 1-6 "Food for Thought," and just generally have fun! Plus, Steve and Lori give the inside scoop and play behind-the-scenes audio!
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7 comments:

  1. I think the Jennings live on Main Street. Because in 1-1, they make it seem like only Mr. Key and Grace live on Gilead Lane.

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  2. I love your podcast but I wish Steve and Lori would talk longer.

    It is wierd how the Morrison are acting towards Grace. It doesn't even sound like Down Gilead Lane. Neither does Mia sound like Mia Richter from later seasons.

    Haley really ought to watch her toungue. Gossip sure spreads like wildfire! I rate this episode with 5 out of 5 stars.
    Courtney Goulet

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  3. Hey, great podcast again! Enjoyed your insights once again. That was interesting listening to the different actors who might have played for Grace. I agree that if it had been one of those other actors it would have quite changed the way Grace's character became. The actor they ended up choosing just has such a lovely, warm, soothing feel to her voice. I think that's one of the reasons I like her character so much.

    Oh, and I just wanted to let Daniel and Anna know that they're not the only Canadian fans of DGL! I'm a Canadian and proud of it too. :D

    God bless.

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  4. Thanks everyone! :)

    Really, Jacob?! That is awesome!! Whereabouts do you live?

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  5. I live on the little arrow shaped portion of Ontario. :D Close to Toronto.

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  6. Max, I didn't mean to imply that I thought the Jennings lived on Gilead Lane, but rather that they lived on the adjoining street and thus backed on to the Morrison's property. The adjoining street seemed to me to be Cherry Street in 1-3. I agree with you that it has always appeared that there's only three houses on Gilead Lane. :-)

    Wow, Jacob, I've heard some of your audio drama productions and I never even picked up on the fact that you were Canadian! I agree with Daniel that it's great to find another Canadian DGL fan listening to our podcast. :-p

    Dave

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  7. Great podcast again Daniel and Dave!! Sorry this is late, but I have not had time to listen until now!! Keep up the excellent work!!

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