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Take Two with The Ticket Stubs

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Entertainment news and reviews without the snobbery.

In early 2006, when Jon Graham was managing WIMO radio in Winder, GA, The bossman said “We need some local programming. Let’s do it during the lunch hour.” Among those shows developed was “Take 2 with The Ticket Stubs” featuring Jon Graham and Brian Wages. Jon and Brian have been friends since 1985 when Jon was in the 8th grade and Brian was in the 7th grade at Dacula Middle School. Their humor remains stuck in 1985 (“I see London, I see France…”).

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Brian had a keen knowledge of movie trivia and Jon wanted to find a way to get free movie tickets and hang out with Brian at least one hour a week. (He was lonely).  As the show began, “The Stubs” sought help from local newspaper movie critics but quickly realized those folks were not interested in much more than their own opinions.  Thus the tagline: “Movie Reviews Without The Snobbery.”

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The Stubs began to build relationships with the local movieplex at the Mall of GA.  They determined to do whatever possible to add value to the movie going experience for patrons.  By constructing sets for movie releases and doing frequent live remote broadcasts with contests and giveaways,  they continue to bring excitement to the entire movie going event in Metro Atlanta theaters.

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Live from the Mall of GA Regal Cinemas - Release party for Alice in Wonderland

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Enter Jon’s fiancée (at the time), Crystal.  At first she was impressed by Jon and Brian’s Rock Star Status as radio stars.  Soon thereafter she became a part of the show (and the Graham family).  Her encyclopedic knowledge of Classic Film adds credibility to the otherwise rather silly show.

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While film is certainly an art form -the stubs believe primarily, it’s ENTERTAINMENT. Thus they review film based on it’s entertainment value (go figure!).  The reviews are candid, goofy and simple to some – but most of their listeners appreciate the weekly look into the lives and loves of Jon, Brian and Crystal.

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