Friday, July 26, 2013
Jon Frechette, author of "The Frontman," talks rock and roll, broken dreams, indie publishing, and his Uncle Bruce Springsteen. How big of geeks are we? Do we actually belong at Comic-Con or would we go for the wrong reasons? What's left on our sexual "To-Do" lists, and how exactly does one define an orgy? Will is sick of "The Newsroom," but not for the reason you might think. This description would be even shorter if I could somehow abbreviate the word "the."
Friday, July 19, 2013
Dylan Brody, man, storyteller, man, wit, man, paradigm, man, exemplar, descends on to the 75th episode of the show to help us celebrate this momentous moment. We discuss theories of comedy, theories of storytelling, and theories of Reiner. Twitter is a menace to the famous and vain - time to discuss. Some dude did something shitty in Florida and we have some thoughts . The tyranny of tiny sub-humans must come to an end!!! Sean wants to name his kid Katnis, could he do worse? Twenty-Five episodes left until the apocalypse.
Friday, July 12, 2013
Jackson Truax, co-ringleader of the "The Fete" open mic arts showcase sits down to talk performance, Walken and Springsteen. Emmys are just around the corner and we have some thoughts. But then again, don't we always? Will anyone see Pacific Rim, or have the fanboys set themselves up for yet another bomb? And Will comes to the defense of a great American who is just looking for a little extremely deserved love. The Young, the Innocent & the Will Sean Podcast.
Friday, July 5, 2013
Zack Beseda, comedian, storyteller, metal head and breakfast cereal enthusiast joins us to review some topics: 1) How poorly will the Lone Ranger perform? 2) Why does Jim Carrey hate? 3) Why did Entertainment Weekly make questionable choices for their 100 Greatest lists? 4) Is Martha Plimpton the most trusted source in news? 5) Does true love have to leave scars? 6) This conceit worked better in conception than execution.