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When you’re looking to have real conversations with real people, then you want to tune into Act 2:The Podcast.

We provide fresh and original thought while not holding  anything back. 

Join us weekly for fresh perspective, and you may also review our catalog of previous episodes.

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by Walter & Natasha

What We Discuss On Act 2: The Podcast


When it comes down to a relationship, you have to know who you are dealing with. Tune in and listen to what we have to say.


Marriage is a beautiful experience, but sometimes it can drive you mad.   We don’t mind letting you peak into the window of who we are.


Different strokes for different folks. But when it comes down to entertainment and news, we give it to you uncensored.

Social Media Events

From the latest challenge to the latest outrage, we have an opinion on what is taking place on social media. 


What are you talking about? From local to national politics have to be discussed from a real voter perspective. No fluff here.

Car Talk

Sometimes it’s just us doing what we do. “Talking.” And, the best thoughts come from behind the wheel while driving. 

Family & Kids

Just because you love your kids doesn’t always mean you like them.  What are the Whoa’s and Wows of our parenting experience?


Money isn’t everything, but you damn sure need it to make sense of things.  What is  the finance doing in ours and your life. 

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 Episode 113 – LOW COUNTRY

There are some stories we watch on TV that seem to be only made-for-TV. Let’s say like a soap opera. A dash of fun, add some love, a heap of drama, and you have the perfect mix for a Saturday Lifetime movie premier. But few would imagine the stories of The Young & Restless, The Bold & The Beautiful or All My Children would be an actual real life story of a prominent American family. Meet the Murdaughs. If you are from Hampton County, South Carolina, this probably isn’t news to you. However, to most other Americans, and maybe on an international scale, the Murdaugh family epitomizes the essence of white privilege. Wealth, class, status, and ancestry – another perfect recipe for a perfect disaster.

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 Episode 112 – REFLECTION

Time passes and that’s no surprise. The alternative is a funeral so I think we’d all prefer time to continue. But we know one day, time will cease for each of us. It may not be at the front of our minds and may not be at the back of our minds. But certainly somewhere in between, we know the truth. It’s actually one of the few things guaranteed. So what do we do about it? If we give it enough thought, the answer is simple. Make the best of the time we have.There isn’t much we can do about how much time that actually is – or is it? Physically we may be able to intervene and extend the clock. If there’s any slight hope of the happening, who would not want to do so?

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We hear the same story on a different day over and over again. This time, it may be the same story. But there’s a different tune. A different melody and definitely a different verse. Maybe it isn’t the same tune after all. In the recent news, the city of Philadelphia was the death place of yet another police officer. Office Christopher Fitzgerald was a son, husband, and father. He was a police officer for Temple University. In the midst of doing his job to try to stop crime, he became the victim of one more heinous. Although this story is all too familiar, there are different characters in the story of Office Fitzgerald’s untimely demise

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 Episode 110 – AMERICAN’S IDOL

Being a superstar gotta be a hard job. Not being able to do basic everyday activities like grocery shopping, walking in the park or stopping at a gas station. Your lack of anonymity puts you in a category that most Americans will never understand. But it can’t be all bad. Some of America’s biggest stars have droves of people, or as some would call fans, super fans, or “stans” that make being famous feel like royalty. Whether it’s the Beyhive, Rihnavy, or Tamartians, these people ban together to show support in many ways than one. To some it’s all an innocent enjoyment of entertainment. But to others, it presents the appearance of what some may call “cult-like”. 

Get To Know Your Host


It’s ya boy International Walt! What I enjoy about life is having the freedom to create and manifest purpose within myself. When I meet new INTERESTING people, I like to engage in their story and try to learn something or get some information I didn’t have.

The thing that I love the most is spending time/traveling with my wife, enjoying new places, new restaurants and creating new memories. One the things that gets to me is liars. My nana taught me when I was small that “If you lie, you steal, if you steal, you kill.” A bit dramatic but so what…that’s what she taught me. I believe her.

I love hosting Act 2: The Podcast because it is a direct correlation of my life and all we have been through, my wife and I. It’s a chance to express myself in a way I could never dream of. Super grateful. Extremely blessed.

One of my greatest moments in life is getting to marry my long time wife. Sounds strange? That’s why you gotta watch to see why I married my long time wife. We were on a crazy ride! We rode that ride! We got sick on that ride! We got better on that ride! Now we off that fucking ride! If you fuck with us, you fuck with us. If you don’t, YOU SHOULD!!!!!!!!!


What I enjoy most of about life is making new memories, big or small, with those I love. Especially my husband.

When I am around people I am always hoping to laugh until my cheeks hurt.

My most happiest moments are when I am with my husband enjoying life. Whether it’s vacation, a pizza date, walk in the park. Just enjoying each other in the moment.

One of the things that get under my skin is inauthenticity. Be you! Love you! Be real! Because it makes life that much easier.

I  love Hosting  Act 2: The Podcast because I get to have great conversation with my best friend & show people what our version of love & friendship looks like. It’s not always rainbows & butterflies. But we are always us & that feels good.

My greatest moment in life is when my husband gained his freedom. Being able to bear witness to the trials & tribulations he endured for 20+ years and then experiencing the elation of it being over is indescribable. Of course the downstream effect of being able to marry him was neck and neck. But I still shake my head & praise God my baby is free!!!

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