Monthly Archives: January 2016

Superwomen in Spandex with Bill McCormick

Bill McCormick checked in from the World News Center for his weekly visit and brought us up to date on Supergirl, Jessica Jones, Wonder Woman and more.

Ken Jeong

Ken Jeong called in to talk about tomorrow night’s new episode of “Dr. Ken,” his hilarious new ABC sitcom.  Somehow we wound up talking about the triangle offense and our mutual love for the ’90s Bulls.  Ken had me at “Jud Buechler!” Ken also talked about his amazing cast and how much it means to him to work with the great Dave Foley.

Kym Johnson from “Dancing With The Stars”

Kym Johnson is a “Dancing With The Stars” champion who is also the author of a new book, “The 5-6-7-8 Diet.” We discussed her inspiration for writing the book, how she came up with her realistic approach to health and fitness, and of course her relationship with “Shark Tank” panelist Robert Herjavec.

Regina King

Regina King is currently starring in American Crime on ABC, with new episodes each Wednesday at 10/9c.  We discussed her award-winning role in season one, why she immediately signed back on for season two, and how the anthology series format delivers a great deal of freedom for the cast.  Regina also gives us a preview of tomorrow night’s episode that might be one of the best teasers of all time.

Mark McKinney

Mark McKinney starred in Kids In The Hall and on Saturday Night Live and is now featured in a new NBC comedy series Superstore.  Mark was kind enough to indulge a few of my geeky KITH fanboy questions while also discussing the strong cast of Superstore and how they quickly developed their chemistry and comedy timing.

The latest from World News Center’s Bill McCormick

Bill McCormick called in live from the World News Center to shame us into changing our passwords and to let us know why we’re never going to see a PG-13 version of Deadpool.

Yael Grobglas from “Jane the Virgin”

Yael Grobglas plays “Petra” on the critically-acclaimed CW series Jane the Virgin, and is also starring in a new horror film, JeruZalem, which is in select theaters as well as iTunes and video on demand everywhere on Friday, January 22.   We discussed how unique it is to film a horror movie in Jerusalem, how acting in this genre has its particular challenges, and whether the sound of her beginner violin skills is better or worse than a horror movie scream.

Nicholas Sparks

Nicholas Sparks called in to the show to talk about his latest book, “See Me,” which is now in its 13th week on the bestseller list, and also his new movie “The Choice,” which the first film adaptation of one of his books for which he’s taken on the producer role.  We talked about why he decided to head up production for the film, why its North Carolina setting is a character in itself (and why it was great to shoot the movie in basically his backyard), and how he approaches each new novel with an open mind and an empty slate.

The Movie Man reviews “Ride Along 2″ and “13 Hours”

The Movie Man called in exactly on time and not a second later to give us his thoughts on “Ride Along 2,” “13 Hours,” and why the Oscar nominations are “Straight Outta Diversity.”

Superhero updates with Bill McCormick

Bill McCormick called us up direct from the World News Center to share the latest on Supergirl, Jessica Jones, Wonder Woman, Deadpool and more.