Zhubin Parang, writer for “The Daily Show,” joins me to discuss the alleged Bieber baby, debate the top stars of the “American Pie” franchise and defend Charlie Sheen’s new FX sitcom (if we can). Plus, Muppets wrassling, 50 Cent no longer hassling and Kim Kardash…ling.
Standup comedienne and HuffPo favorite Abbi Crutchfield chats with me about ’80s movie remakes, spoiler alert etiquette and odd Europop instrument choices. Plus, Halloween costumes, the Ghostbusters re-release and a surprise cameo by Bill Murray*!
(*Somewhere else; not on this podcast).
Last week, I attended the green-carpet premiere in New York City and interviewed cast members James Roday, Dulé Hill, Maggie Lawson, Timothy Omundson, Corbin Bernsen and Kirsten Nelson; guest star Ally Sheedy; creator Steve Franks; and USA Network co-presidents Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel.
Topics of discussion included Roger Dorn’s rooting interests when he’s actually Corbin Bernsen, the craziest things self-described “Psych-Os” have ever done, and the extent of the cast’s psychic abilities.
The season-six premiere of “Psych” is tonight (Wednesday, Oct. 12) at 10/9 Central on USA Network. It’s super-fun, and I’m not just saying that because they gave me free popcorn!
Infinite thanks to USA Network’s Emily Garvey, who invited Pop On The Clock to participate in green-carpet festivities.
Fuse VJ Allison Hagendorf chats with me about the greatest rock albums of 1991, Breaking Bad’s season finale (without spoilers) and Morgan Freeman shouting, “Swim!” Plus, the iPhone blitz, R.E.M. quits and Andy Rooney’s fits.
UPDATE: I mistakenly thought “American Horror Story” was on AMC; it’s actually on FX.
Author (“Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness?”), TV host (“The Hip Hop Shop” on Fuse) and journalist (Rolling Stone) Touré joins me to discuss the Emmys, the unofficial founding members of the Jay-Z Fan Club, and the alleged photos of Scarlett Johansson that he allegedly hasn’t seen.