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Sebastian Bach

sebastianbach18andlifefinalcoverSebastian Bach called in to talk about his memoir  18 and Life on Skid Row.  We discussed our mutual love of rock and roll bios (particularly Springsteen’s & Keith Richards’ “Life”), why he didn’t turn to a ghostwriter, and how his love of KISS inspired him to share his stories.

World News Center on Copyrighting Comic-Con

Bill McCormick called in from the World News Center to talk about trademark infringement cases involving the terms “Super Hero” and “Comic Con.”  Plus:  becoming a Furry Award-winning author and Green Lantern’s catcher’s mitt.

The Movie Man Reviews Rotten Tomatoes

The Movie Man (@6secondreviews) called in to share his thoughts on “Justice League,” “Wonder,” and “The Star.”  Plus:  thoughts on Rotten Tomatoes, getting rich 20 cents at a time, and why you’re better off watching most movies at home.

Andy Cohen

Andy Cohen, host of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” and owner of the Sexiest Hair in America according to People Magazine, called in to talk about the National Dog Show and how you can help raise money with @Purina and #DogThanking. Plus: we create a “fantasy dog” game for the dog show, and chat about the Cubs and Cardinals.

98 Degrees

Press PhotoJeff, Nick, Justin and Drew — 98 Degrees — called in to talk about their new Christmas album, “Let It Snow,” and their upcoming tour, including a stop in the Chicago area at the Genesee Theatre on December 16th.  We also discussed having a new generation of fans and why you can always use more sleigh bells.

Clay Walker

clay walkerCountry superstar Clay Walker called in to talk about National Caregivers Month and his battle with Multiple Sclerosis.  Clay & his wife Jessica just had a baby two weeks ago (little Ezra Stephen), and during this interview, I believe I was named an honorary uncle.  Nice!

Peter Marshall

Peter Marshall, TV icon and host of over 5,000 episodes of “Hollywood Squares,” called in to talk about his role in narrating a new documentary on Rose Marie, “Wait For Your Laugh.”  Peter talked about his lifelong friendship, her amazing career, and why this is the best documentary in the history of ever.  Plus:  Peter sings a few bars of “Chicago” and talks about his love for the Cubs (his son, Pete LaCock, played for the Cubs in the ’70s).

Marg Helgenberger

Marg Helgenberger called in to talk about her new movie, “Almost Friends”, which comes out on November 17th, as well as her play “What We’re Up Against”, which is running this month in New York.  Plus: Chicago geography and filming in Alabama in the summer — on purpose.

Noah Mac from “The Voice”

Noah Mac is a member of Team Jennifer on NBC’s “The Voice.”  Noah is in the playoffs as he competes for the title.  Noah discussed how he’s grown as a singer from his time on the show, how writing his own songs helps him better understand and interpret the songs of others, and the relationship between the performer and the audience.

A Kinder, Gentler Movie Man?

The Movie Man returned from several weeks of quiet self-reflection to share his thoughts on “Daddy’s Home 2,” “Murder on the Orient Express,” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”  Plus: Five-Star DVR and a teaser trailer for what’s in the Movie Man’s glove box.