GLENN: Welcome to the program. So very glad that you are here today. Thank you for listening. By the way, been doing something that I've never done before. I'm going to -- I've been talking about reading The Immortal Nicholas with my family and my son. And so starting Monday, live, and this will be only for subscribers to TheBlaze.com/TV, it will not be on the TV network or anything else. This is only on for subscribers of TheBlaze TV. Kind of a Christmas added kind of feature. I would love to read The Immortal Nicholas with your family. So Raphe and are going to read. We read in bed usually every night. Or we try to. And so we're going to read The Immortal Nicholas. And it will be every night up until Christmas Eve. And we'll get through it together. Because it's a great Christmas story. It's the story of Santa. I wrote it a couple of years ago. And it's the -- it was my effort to bring Santa into the fold and back pointing towards Christ. And it's a great story. It is my favorite story that I've ever been involved with or, you know, came up with. I love this story.
STU: It's obviously the exception being, of course, the Christmas Twist, the Christmas story that airs every year. That's obviously a better effort. Your part wasn't that great. Still, it didn't hurt the movie that much. So it's the time of year where people think --
GLENN: Yeah. Stu has a movie on theBlaze network. Again, just for subscribers. The Christmas Twist, which is his -- his salute to Lifetime, to the Lifetime movies.
STU: Lifetime, Hallmark. Uh-huh.
GLENN: And this is almost as good.
STU: And I think it was Hallmark who last year basically --
GLENN: Ripped it off.
STU: I mean, I like to think it was a tribute. But they basically made a serious version of the parody that we did about a Christmas cookie salesperson. So it's basically the exact same movie. And they're playing that again this year. Every time it airs, I get a bunch of messages @worldofStu on Twitter to remind me that they've ripped off our story. But I think that's actually awesome.
GLENN: Yeah. They did. Yeah.
So you can watch both of those things. This starts on Monday. The reading of The Immortal Nicholas. And I invite you to bring your family and just kind of -- you know, you can watch it as it is unfolding. Or you can just download it any time. Watch it with your family.
But my family is kind of sick of hearing my stories. So I have one daughter who wants me to read, you know, Edgar Allan Poe, which we started years ago when she was young. Every Halloween. And everybody else in the family was like, oh, jeez, dad is doing that again. So I'm just looking for new people that want to read these stories. Because I love reading out loud. And I love reading the stories to kids and my family. So if you would like to join us, you can. But only as a subscriber, at TheBlaze.com/TV. So --
STU: Now, that does not -- unfortunately, that membership does not get you access to the company Christmas party, which is happening this weekend, and we're all very excited about it. The -- I will say, the attention and excitement is palpable throughout the entire establishment --
GLENN: I hate this day. I hate this. This is the worst --
STU: You hate it?
GLENN: I hate it.
STU: It's interesting that you would -- because you could stop it. You could stop it.
GLENN: The Christmas party?
STU: You could stop it. You run the Christmas party. You could get us all out of it. Because if you don't like it --
GLENN: Well, I was told that it was something that everybody wanted to do.
STU: A lot of people tell you a lot of things.
GLENN: Here's the thing, I am so open on that. If nobody wants to do this, I am totally good. I am totally good. Only because I don't want to go because I'm just so awkward. I'm a drag at parties. I don't ever know what to say. It's just really weird. And I just stand there in the corner. And everybody is like, oh, jeez, we better go say hi to him.
STU: Go back and talk to Glenn.
GLENN: So what I have done for this Christmas party.
Do you know this?
STU: I don't know it.
GLENN: We are going to play human bowling. And I'm going to be the ten pin. Okay? And we're taking all the managers and some of the other people. We can vote on who will be the pin. But I would imagine I should be the main pin.
And I get into a big bowling pin suit. Okay? And it's only my face outside of the bowling pin suit. And we put all of the managers there. And then two people get into a giant bowling ball. And in the atrium here, they have to move their bodies. They hang on inside of the bowling ball. And with their --
STU: Right. Human force.
GLENN: With their human force, they roll the ball and see if they can roll a strike. So that's my contribution to the Christmas party.
STU: That may juice it up a little bit. I'm actually interested in that.
GLENN: That might.
STU: Have you seen what Vox is doing with their -- with their Christmas party?
STU: And this is happening apparently in a lot of Christmas parties now. They are handing out drink tickets to their employees, just to make sure they don't get too rapey. They're a little concerned. There might be a little bit too much rape going on at their company. So they're not letting people drink more than two drinks at the Christmas Party. Because this is what happens. You know, there's a little too much touchy-feely. Little too much -- maybe not enough people asking the appropriate question. May I use your body every time you --
GLENN: Before we leave today, that is so fantastic. May I use your body?
STU: That's apparently the appropriate question you're supposed to ask other employees when you come near them.
GLENN: No. No.
STU: Who says yes to a question like that?
GLENN: May I just use your body for a second? No. No, you may not.
STU: But they're worried that apparently their left-wing staff will start raping each other.
GLENN: Yeah, I do not have that concern.
GLENN: I do not have that concern.
STU: That's good. That's good.
GLENN: There's no special rules or anything. In fact, get into the bowling ball, and bowl the pins. Knock them all down.
STU: Wow. There you go.
GLENN: Yeah. I mean, I'm a little uncomfortable with the way you're touching me with that bowling ball, but...