Thu, 26 March 2015
Comedians Jimmy Dore and Stef Zamorano join Heather and Mark in a wild conversation that starts in the political realm with a report on CPAC from Mother Jones writer Sam Brodey.
From there the crew talks about it all..wild rock n' roll sex stories (Mark tries to get Heather to confess a wild story), grammer questions for English teacher Stef.
Then it's baldness cures and libido and interpreting the ending of the movie Birdman.
Jimmy and Stef are always the best.
WARNING FOR SOME ADULT THEMES AND LANGUAGE
Thu, 19 March 2015
Two notable friends of the show died this week.
Simpsons creator, Sam Simon whose meteoric rise producing classic television comedy propelled him to the heights of the industry at an unprecedented early age. And classic TV and film creator and Exec. Producer, Harve Bennett.
The crew looks back at these two men and talks about the way they were memorialized with help from Sam's close pal, Emmy-winning comedy writer, Merrill Markoe.
King of TV and pop culture maven, Paul Goebel joins Heather and Mark.
Tue, 3 March 2015
Show biz talk and also the attempt to live a life of commitment to a cause...
Alexandra Paul had a successful acting career long before BAYWATCH and her activism in the world of animal rights has become in many ways just as high profile.
Mark, Heather and (King of TV) Paul Goebel ask her about film and television projects that she’s part of and then the conversation turns to activism.
Many say the secret weapon in Alexandra’s family from an activism standpoint is her brother Jonathan whose efforts to liberate animals and close down some of the most brutal slaughterhouse operations in the world, landed him in prison. He is widely recognized as one of the most committed activists in the history of the modern animal rights movement. Here, his gentle sound and thoughts reflect a heart touched by that world.
Jonathan talks about his time in prison and his life trying to make a difference in a world in which there is so much injustice.