I’m going to take a few weeks off to recharge and tend to a few other projects, but I want to thank everyone who has been a guest on, listened to and shown general support of Pop On The Clock since its inception last summer.
Writer-comedian Meghan O’Keefe (Hello Giggles, Huffington Post) joins me to discuss the value of a SAG Award, Matthew Broderick’s day off and Louis C.K.’s risky sitcom move. Plus, “TRL,” the Puppy Bowl and whether or not it’s a good idea to have a Dwight Schrute spinoff of “The Office.”
Writer-comedian DC Pierson (“Mystery Team”) joins me to discuss the crazy/terrible Oscar nominations, the apparent demise of “American Idol” and the top acts at this year’s Coachella. Plus: Cult comedy, unintentional comedy and where not to perform improv comedy.
Writer, comedian and producer Jon Friedman joins me to discuss the Golden Globes, Lana Del Ray on “Saturday Night Live,” and whether or not Jay-Z should continue to use the B-word (and I don’t mean Beyoncé).
I’m finally back, and I brought comrade, fiction writer and TV crony Cameron McBride with me, to discuss whether or not Dick Clark should continue to host his New Year’s Eve countdown, alternate marketing tactics for movies that fail to turn big profits and what we’d do for $10,000. Plus, celebrity divorces, felonious producers and D’Angel-yes vs. D’Angel-no.
Comedian and animator Kelsy Abbott joins me to discuss “Twilight” versus “The Muppets,” the supposed need for 3-D movies and the uncertain future of “Community.” Plus, “Today” show hosts, Christmas songs of note and “New Year’s Eve” bloat.
SiriusXM radio host Jake Fogelnest joins me to discuss the Brett Ratner-Eddie Murphy Oscars fiasco, mourn the deaths of Andy Rooney, Heavy D and Smokin’ Joe Frasier, and debate the likelihood of Howard Stern judging “America’s Got Talent.” Plus, Avril Lavigne, Bil Keane and “Where’s Waldo?” on the big screen.