Episode 109: The Life of Charlie Gardiner (Part III) – Rollercoaster

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In the previous episode, Charlie and the Blackhawks nearly reached the top of the mountain. In this episode, we see the unfortunate, and downright bizarre, slide back down to the bottom. For the two seasons covered in Part III, we witness a ridiculous amount of turmoil. New coaches, building changes, horrible injuries, poor health, and even a scarecrow all serve to derail the team.

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2 thoughts on “Episode 109: The Life of Charlie Gardiner (Part III) – Rollercoaster

  1. Hey man love the show it’s always good stuff no matter the content. Im curious as to when your next cast is being released. Your work is amazing your truly making a difference please remember that. Please don’t stop making these. All the best!!
    Kyle Walsh

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    • Hey Kyle, thanks for the question, and the very kind words about the show. I had planned on the next episode releasing within the first few days of January. If I can make that happen, I certainly will. December kind of got away from me with Christmas and then getting sick. So, I’ve fallen a bit behind in writing. I hope to pull a couple late nights here this week, and bang out the rest of Charlie Gardiner (Part IV). Hopefully it goes well; keep your fingers crossed. Thanks again for listening, Kyle. Your kind words are a good portion of why I still do this podcast.

      Shane

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