It’s 1935, it’s Long Island, New York and a group of extremely naughty monkeys are about to stage the easiest prison break since David Copperfield pretended to be locked in Alcatraz.
In what hundreds of fast-talking New York monkeys are already throwing their excrement at, it's the 43rd episode of the CB Wallop podcast. Join Phil Jerrod and Phil Lucas as they discuss the The Long Island Rhesus Monkey Escape - the tiny plank-based blunder that unwittingly released over a hundred naughty monkeys into the metropolitan area, causing car crashes, electrocutions, and a whole load of general monkey-based mayhem.
Should we have called this episode “Escape from Monkey Mountain”? Yes, yes we should have.
Trigger Warning: MONKEYS! Nothing to worry about mate, this episode is just a load of monkeys having a right laugh for a couple of weeks in New York City. There is a tiny bit of discussion about animal cruelty (oiling elephants), electrocution (monkeys), space travel (again monkeys), and Rasputin's cock (Rasputin).