Episode 409 with Les Stabler and the 2017 Chicago Tax March

Mike Preston and Justine Hartel start off with some politics, jokes about foreign countries, a bit of a rant and then they go to the Chicago Tax March. Psycho Babble TV shares interviews and speeches by Taran Singh Brar, Rep. Mike Quigley 5th District, Rep. Jan Schakowsky 9th District, Sen. Daniel Biss, and Rev. Jesse Jackson.

Back in the Psycho Babble TV studio Mike introduces guest author of the book The Truth is Stranger than Fiction and Easier to Make Up – Lee Stabler. Lee talks all about being a truth seeker and then leaves when Dr. Smith from Lost in Space calls in on the celebrity hotline with an announcement. Mike and Justine have a look into the football of truth to find out what is inside.

Cast & Crew
Mike Preston
Justine Hartel
Mike Heuel
James Hogan
Vince Maranto
Dave VanDam

Episode 408 – Cynthia Tazer and Larry Goone

Larry Goone and Cynthia Tazer in the Psychobabble TV studio talking about the 10th anniversary of Chicago Sexcon.

Justine Hartel and Mike Preston start off the show talking about marriage vs being alone and how you never know how you might just run into the love of your life. Mike Preston visits with rock singer Stephen Pearcy at Arcada Theater in St Charles Illinois and they talk about his new album Smash and the song writing process including the song Ten Miles Wide. Cynthia Tazer and Larry Goone join Mike and Justine in the PsychobabbleTV studio. Dr Burnbaum and Nurse Filomena come to the show and the doctor interviews Cynthia before they administer a breast examination with the help of Larry as their second opinion. DJ man also visits the set to show off his amazing DJ skills and Eric Cartman calls in live on the air.

 

Cast & Crew
Mike Preston
Justine Hartel
Cynthia Tazer
Larry Goone
Tim Baker
Jimmy McHugh
Jessica Edwards
Mike Heuel
James Hogan

 

SEXCON 2017 12min

Chris Elise from Club 390 joins Justine Hartel and Nurse Filomena on PsychoBabbleTV at the 2017 Chicago Sexcon and several other fun interviews and outtake moments follow for lots of craziness and fun!! Other guest appearances include Jade of Stiletto Dance Studios, Adult Film Star Kimberly Chi, Jose Burns, Cinnamon from Aloudam Cigars, Pretzel Johnny of Pretzel Pipes, Adult Performer Cynthia Tazer, Cash Princess, Jade Creations, and Issac Hare of the band Sleeze.

Episode 407 Jeff Givens, Jason Botka and Sarah Hunter

Mike Preston and Justine Hartel start off the show by talking about how Justine’s mother had passed away on Christmas and now as the executor of the will Justine must now try and seek out her long lost half sisters that she has never met. Justine goes up to Heartbreakers Gentlemen’s Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and talks with performance artist Sarah Hunter about fashion, modeling and being a woman with her own opinions. Musical guests Jeff Givens and Jason Botka of The Mugshot Saints perform some music live on the show before joining Mike and Justine on the couch for an interview. Ace Frehley calls in on the celebrity hotline.

Cast& Crew
Mike Preston
Justine Hartel
Mike Heuel
James Hogan
Matt Fraser
Tim Baker

Episode 405 – Rev. Jeremiah Stank & Kip Winger

Mike Preston and Justine Hartel talk about atheism, paganism and the passing away of her mother on Christmas. Justine interviews Kip Winger. Kip talks about making the transition from rock music to playing classical music for the ballet and his album Conversations with Nijinsky. Rev. Jeremiah Stank of Stank Ministries visits PsychobabbleTV live on the show and Harry Caray calls into the show from Heaven.

Cast & Crew
Mike Preston
Justine Hartel
Mike Heuel
James Hogan
Matt Fraser
Jimmi Perrino
Dan Brennan

TAX MARCH Chicago 2017

Justine from PSYCHO BABBLE TV checks out the march to demand Trump release his taxes.

Justine Hartel goes to the 2017 Tax March in Chicago 2017

Speeches by Taran Singh Brar, Rep. Mike Quigley 5th District, Rep. Jan Schakowsky 9th District, Sen. Daniel Bliss, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and interviews with Taran Singh Brar, Fox Valley Action for Justice, and other attendees of the march. Special thanks to The Sousaphones Against Hate.