Andrew Goldstein, comedian and senior producer for VH1’s “Big Morning Buzz Live,” chats with me about Muppet-on-Muppet violence, the ultimate sitcom concert lineup and how many Musketeers it takes to make a movie that doesn’t flop. Plus, Steve Jobs, Woody Allen’s bod and celebrity crushes who are odd.
About Chris Serico, Pop On The ClockEntertainment expert Chris Serico and special guests put pop culture on the clock for this irreverent entertainment podcast.
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