Friday, March 29, 2013
Matthew Swanson of the theater group SMARTIES sits down with some bottled screwdrivers. We talk staged readings and DIY comedy shows. And then we quote Arrested Development for like a really long time. And then we talk baseball…for an even longer time. Was 9/11 overrated? Winter is coming again this weekend and we can't wait. Will and Sean are upset that Bieber's fans haven't attacked them yet on twitter. Why doesn't Matthew McConaughey ever clean out his car? Dayeinu!
Friday, March 22, 2013
Barbara Gray of the internationally renowned podcast "Lady to Lady" goes guy to guy. Apparently Salt Lake City is a lot more hip than we were led to believe, and 80 people can in fact fit into an apartment for a comedy show. Veronica Mars raised stupid money on Kickstarter - how can we? What do Sean and Will have to do to shake their wholesome boy next door images? When will the great Thirty Years War film be made? Will ignores the commandment to love thy neighbor. Sean delivers the weekly Formula One report. Is there anything you'd like to see happen at the Will Sean Podcast? Let us know.
Friday, March 15, 2013
Stefanie Flaxman, the well-inked author of "The Philosophical Functionality of the Tattoo: A Philosophy of Art" excitedly sits down with the boys. We discuss how and why a tattoo can be considered art along with the teleological imperative of the "Tramp Stamp." You know who is NOT a tramp? Justin Timberlake, but James Franco might be. And poor, poor Mila Kunis - what did you ever do to deserve this? Listen as these two idiots sink with the Titanic 2.
Friday, March 8, 2013
Michael Duggan, of LA Story Works, discusses the inherent power of stories. Television pilot season is upon us, and Will breaks down some of the more gawdaful sounding prospects. Are there any bands around today that we imagine touring into their 70's? One Million Moms is one million kinds of shitty. And hamburgers can kill you. Never forget, it's always too late to make a first impression.
Friday, March 1, 2013
Jenelle Riley, the film and TV editor of Backstage magazine joins us for an awards season post-mortem. She shares war stories of her years moderating Q&A with the glitziest of the Hollywood A-List. Settle back and listen as we break down the Oscar ceremony. Ignore the muffled screams from the attic - it's only Jennifer Lawrence. Sweet, sweet J-Law. Shhhhhh….go to sleep, my little Best Actress.