Ep. 65: Wink Martindale & Arden Myrin

Out of the park and onto the stage, it’s a new Go Fact Yourself!

Wink Martindale is a radio and TV legend. He got his start as a disc jockey in Memphis, Tennessee and eventually became a fixture as a game show host. He’s been the moderator of tons of shows like “Tic-Tac-Dough” and “High Rollers.” He’ll tell us some great stories from his career before settling into a game show role he’s less familiar with: being a contestant. You can find more Wink on his YouTube channel and in his book Winking at Life.

Opposite Wink is actor Arden Myrin. She’s practically done it all when it comes to her roles on TV; everything from a guest appearance “Friends” to starring on the Netflix series “Insatiable.” Recently she was featured in the Los Angeles Times not for her career accomplishments, but for her ability to decorate her home on a budget. Arden is the host of “The Bachelor” fan podcast “Will You Accept This Rose?” and is the author of the new book Little Miss Little Compton.

Our contestants will  answer trivia about killer plants, bespectacled athletes and the law of desserts.

What’s the difference: Torte Reform

What’s the difference between a torte and a tart?

What’s the difference between “reformed” and “transformed”?

Areas of Expertise

Wink Martindale: radio history, the 1950’s St. Louis Cardinals and Elvis Presley

Arden Myrin: the movie Moonstruck, the musical Little Shop of Horrors and the fact that not all cats can be bonded. 

Appearing in this episode:

J. Keith van Straaten

Helen Hong

Wink Martindale

Arden Myrin

With guest experts:

Lee Wilkof, American actor and originator of the role of Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors.

Bill Virdon, former Major League Baseball player, manager and coach

Go Fact Yourself was devised by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, and produced in collaboration with Maximum Fun. The show is recorded from multiple homes at a safe social distance.

Theme Song by Jonathan Green

Maximum Fun’s Senior Producer is Laura Swisher

The show is edited by Julian Burrell.

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