It’s always a great time when Claire Robinson calls in to share menu ideas or her latest cocktail creation. Today, we talked about the “Share A Meal” program, where up to 100,000 meals will be provided for hungry families this season. We also co-create a drink recipe live in front of your very ears!
John Gemberling stars as “Gil” on NBC’s “Marry Me.” We talked about his twist on the “best friend/wacky neighbor role,” how Gil discovers an underground world of exquisite and unique cheeses, and John’s role on Comedy Bang Bang as a very special kind of robot.
Jillian Bell called in today to plug the DVD release of “22 Jump Street.” We also chatted about how she landed the part on Workaholics and her secret way of getting great online reviews.
Joe Lo Truglio currently plays detective Charles Boyle on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. We talked about the emotional pitfalls his character has faced this season, the extraordinary demands made by the cast following their first-season success, and the continuing influence of The State on the world of comedy.
The Movieman emerged from hiding following last week’s brutal Twitter to give us his thoughts on “Dumb and Dumber To,” as well as “Foxcatcher” and “Beyond The Lights.”
Rocco Dispirito called into the show to promote his guest appearance on “The Biggest Loser.” We had a very interesting conversation about how to establish healthy habits and the real danger facing Americans on a daily basis in the form of our diets.
Nicholas D’Agosto stars in the Showtime series “Masters of Sex” and will be featured on the next episode of Fox TV’s “Gotham” as Harvey Dent. We talked about the appeal of this series, how he got the role, and how much the comic book geek in him is loving the opportunity.
Adam Mansbach has followed up his #1 best seller “Go the [eff] to Sleep” with his new book, “You Have to [Effing] Eat.” We chatted about his background in writing poetry and lyrics, how he got Bryan Cranston to do the audio version of the new book, and about obscene fake children’s literature in general.
Josie Bissett’s current project is “Paper Angels,” premiering November 16th at 6pm central on the Up Network. We discussed how she got involved in the project and how she made the transition to mostly family-friendly projects. We also tried to figure out what exactly made people lose their minds over Melrose Place back in the day.
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During Bill McCormick’s weekly segments, we’ve been so busy being educational and sharing information on all the new superhero movies that we’ve been neglecting all the stories from our favorite state. This week, we remedied that.