In these unprecedented times, we all need a laugh and a milkshake. We had our laughs and milkshakes when we filmed this mock debate last week at the New Holiday Diner on White Street in Danbury.

Diner owner, George Holiday, and Danbury Mayor, Mark Boughton, squared off on the issues of milkshakes and coleslaw and I was in charge of making sense of it all. The unsung hero of the short film is Taylor O'Brien who plays the on scene reporter. Taylor is the person who produces the Mayor's streaming show "Live at 5". She also helps him operate "the web" and tells him where he needs to be next.

Thank you to George for asking me to be a part of it, thank you to Anthony and Sierra who produced the entire project and thanks in advance to the clowns who will ask if the Mayor has anything better to do, relax, he was there for forty minutes.

Go to the Holiday Diner in Danbury, CT at 123 White Street. Holiday serves hot, delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner and has some of the best milkshakes you will ever taste in your life. Don't buy a milkshake or ice cream from the fast food place, it's not good and the machine is always broken.

Be sure to follow the Holiday Diner on Instagram also their page is hilarious diner related humor @holidaydiner 

P.S. You all need to know how unbelievably competitive our Mayor is. I got a big round of a applause from the whole cast and crew after finishing one of my scenes and not only did Mark not clap, but he immediately started mocking the applause I did get. 

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