Laura Corn

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**Trigger warning: Sexual abuse is discussed.**

This episode goes deep! (See what we did there.) Laura Corn, NY Times Bestselling Author, Publisher, and Intimacy Innovator, has been helping couples revive their sex life with a renewed passion for over 20 years. Nothing’s off-limits in this spicey episode.

In this episode:

  • Lots and lots of talk about sex
  • Being a sex expert to celebrities
  • A specific question you should ask your spouse every day
  • The art of listening
  • Working on bringing your own walls down
  • Overcoming sexual abuse
  • Removing the thought that you’re “too old” for fun sex
  • Intimate questions women should ask men
  • The importance of datenight
  • Her new book, “101 Nights of Grrreat Sex…the Game!”


“Most women don’t want to tell you what they want in bed. They want you to figure it out.” ~ Laura Corn

“When a woman’s heart melts, her legs will follow.” ~Laura Corn

“Every woman wants to be seduced.” ~Laura Corn

“When you increase the spirit of adventure, it makes you feel playful.” ~Laura Corn

“Women are auditory.” ~Laura Corn

Guest’s Bio:


Her fans include Britney Spears, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Heather Locklear who raved about her on Late Night with David Letterman. The girls from The View have given her books as gifts to their celebrity guests!

She has spent more than twenty-five years researching the sexual practices and desires of American women and men. She brings to couples everywhere her inventive and arousing strategies for intimacy and hot sex.

Her unique approach to writing about sex has made Laura Corn a self-publishing phenomenon. After her award-winning book, 101 Nights of Great Sex topped the New York Times, USA Today, and bestseller lists all at once, it went on to be the number-one-selling sex book in America for over two years.

Why are so many people drawn to Laura Corn’s books? Her tone is warm, curious, and enthusiastic. Like her readers, she understands the challenge that comes with keeping sex lively.

Laura’s books are for couples to do, not read. Her followers are drawn to the unique Secret Sealed Envelopes for each person to rip out and put into action – an approach that promises fantasy, play, and adventure. It will be a night to remember. Or a day. Or a whole weekend!

When Laura is not writing her books or researching them in her “test bedroom,” she is publicizing her books and other products on national and local television, in print media – and relentlessly on radio as she has appeared on more than a thousand radio shows!

Laura is ready to spread the word about her seduction techniques that guarantee great sex every week. A frequently consulted expert on hot sex and renewed intimacy, Laura has been widely quoted in national magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, Playboy, and Redbook.

Laura’s book titles include:

“101 Nights of Great Sex”  

“Passport to Pleasure”  

“101 Grrreat Quickies”

“101 Nights of Grrreat Romance”  

“101 Sexy Dares”  

“52 Invitations to Grrreat Sex”

“You Still Give Me Butterflies – Feel Like You Are Falling In Love…Again”

“The Great American Sex Diet: Where The Only Thing You Nibble On…Is Your Partner“

“237 Intimate Questions Every Woman Should Ask a Man”

Laura is also the creator and producer of:

The best-selling video, “The Incredible G-Spot: The Ultimate Sexual Experience”  


“101 Nights of Grrreat Sex…the Game!”

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Jungle Doug

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*Trigger Warning: suicide

By audience demand, Gary Scott Thomas reunites with his former co-host Jungle Doug! This episode will make you laugh, make you think, and make you feel like you made a new friend.

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Sending radio tapes for his made-up radio station
  • Doing German radio
  • Being a candy dealer at age 9
  • How independent he had to be as a young kid
  • How he got into radio
  • Embracing fun for a career
  • Being judged by a Christian radio audience
  • Clean humor
  • Finding humor in the everyday
  • Putting ego aside
  • Baby Man
  • His mother’s suicide
  • EMDR
  • Getting rid of his porn ‘stache


“We need less Facebook and more face to face.” ~Jungle Doug

“When stones get thrown at you, just get out of their firing range.” ~Jungle Doug

“Suicide is tough to talk about, but we need to.” ~Jungle Doug

“Being transparent on the radio is just what we do.” ~Jungle Doug

Guest’s Bio:

Doug began his career in 1986 on the radio in the San Francisco Bay Area and started his mobile DJ business in 1988.  In California, Doug worked on over 25 stations, including six years as morning sidekick “Jungle Doug” on 95.3 KRTY Hot Country/San Jose, mid-day personality on the adult contemporary KKIS/Concord, and traffic rapper “Doug EEE Fresh” on the urban KSOL/San Francisco.   In 1998, Doug moved to Tennessee for 3 years as a host on the “Doug & Connie” and “Doug & Karla” morning shows on WAY FM.  In 2001, Doug moved to 94FM The Fish and has been on the air there since the station’s first morning on the air.

Currently, you can hear Doug as the Afternoon Drive Host (3-7 pm) – Prior to that Doug spent six years on the “Doug & Jaci Velasquez – Family Friendly Morning Show” and 9 years on “Doug & Kim”  94FM The Fish is the flagship station for the nationally syndicated “Today’s Christian Music” Network heard on over 80 stations in the US.  Doug is also a member of the Tennessee Wedding and Event Specialists Association and is a multi-year award winner on Wedding Wire.

Guest’s Contact Info:

Instagram: @djdouggriffin

Dusty Slay

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You have to listen to this episode with comedian Dusty Slay. You may remember having seen him on Netflix or The Tonight Show. This episode is the one that makes Gary snort! Also, you’re going to have to rewind the part where Dusty talks about his family tree and convoluted family dynamic just to make sure you heard him correctly. You can make this stuff up!

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Sobriety & accidentally almost relapsing
  • Growing as a person and looking back at those who peaked in high school
  • What dating was like as a comedian
  • How his parents’ divorce shaped his career
  • Using humor to heal
  • How he reacts when an audience doesn’t think he’s funny
  • How prevalent divorce was many decades ago
  • Disappointing truckers
  • Growing up with rough friends
  • Moving on from people from the past
  • Having friends who are better than you are
  • The time when $20 blew his mind
  • The mattress that almost killed him


“When so many things are thrown at you, you just learn to make jokes about it.” ~Dusty Slay

“What’s wrong with this audience.” ~Dusty Slay

“Laughter is an aphrodisiac.” ~Dusty Slay

“I thought I was hilarious.” ~Dusty Slay

People are dealing with addiction like never before.” ~Dusty Slay

“Life is better for me without alcohol.” ~Dusty Slay

“I love to be underestimated.” ~Dusty Slay

Guest’s Bio:

Dusty Slay is a standup comedian appearing on ‘The Standups’, streaming on Netflix for the third season now according to Wikipedia.

Dusty Slay has also appeared in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Dusty is known for Laughs in 2014, The Standups in 2017, and Somewhat Damaged Podcast in 2021.

He is now featured on the new series called “The Standups” where the comedians are generally less well-known than comics who have stand-alone specials.

Dusty Slay came from a broken family who divorced when he was young. He parted his childhood by spending time between the two of them.

His mom lived in an Alabama trailer park whereas his dad lived on a farm outside of LaFayette.

Dividing his time with both of his parents, he has so many memories he shared on the stage and they are hilarious.

Dusty Slay is 39 years of age as he was born in 1982 on 18 May. He hails from Opelika Alabama and he now resides in Nashville. Tennessee, USA.

He grew up in an Alabama trailer park and he has so many stories of his blackout drunk memories.

The comedian Dusty Slay is happily married to his wife Hannah Hogan for quite some time already. Hanna is also a standup comedian, actress, and writer from Canada.

The couple also started a podcast “We’re Having A Good Time” about their journey on road as a comic. But soon Hanna left the show in March of 2021 and Dusty hosted the show alone for a while.

Hanna can be seen acting in Nothing Shocks Anyone Anymore in 2006, To Each Her Own in 2008, That’s So Wrong in 2011, and Meet The Family in 2014.

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Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Juggling jobs, getting her masters, and music
  • Not sitting still well
  • Being able to be completely herself
  • Why she cut her hair
  • Living life today
  • How her brain works
  • Her project “You’re Not Alone”
  • Word vomit
  • Importance of mental health
  • Putting music on the backburner and what brought her back


“It’s OK to not be OK.” @Townsendtmusic

“I’m riding the waves as they come.” @Townsendtmusic

“Grief is cyclical.” @Townsendtmusic

“I was never really alone. It was me making myself feel that way.” @Townsendtmusic

“If you lose hope, you lose the light.” @Townsendtmusic
“My goal is to make somebody feel a little less alone.” @Townsendtmusic

Guest’s Bio:

My name is Townsend. I am a singer/songwriter and mental health advocate from Arkansas. My music sounds like Tracy Chapman and Colbie Caillat met in an elevator, on the way to a Brandi Carlile concert. I am not only a professional musician, I have also founded the “You’re Not Alone” project, in which I strive to use my platform to help spread hope, love, and the understanding that no one is alone in their struggles! If you’re interested in this platform, feel free to follow along with my bi-monthly live streams on Instagram! You might just change a life.

Guest’s Contact Info:

  • Instagram: Townsendtmusic
  • Website: