Sunday, December 21, 2014

Ep. 147 - Lila Gray - Year of the White Bull


Lila Gray is an editor for both XBiz, and for the Los Angeles chapter of She also just published an excellent interview with screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Kraszewski (Big Eyes, People Vs . Larry Flynt, Man on the Moon, Ed Wood) for LA Weekly. Aaron Sorkin’s controversial HBO show, “The Newsroom” ended. Will it leave a legacy? Will Will ever get all those hours back? Everyone is making end of the year Top Ten lists, except for Sean (just kidding, he might squeeze out one). 2014 was a banner year for shitty things happening to everyone, let’s recount a few few, won’t we?

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Sunday, December 14, 2014

Ep. 146 - Justin Marks - Similar Registers


Justin Marks, screenwriter of next year’s “The Jungle Book” directed by Jon Favreau and of the long-awaited “Top Gun 2” joins us to talk some craft and business. Where do we like to consume films these days? Do some films demand a theatrical experience, or can some be watched on an iPhone while on the toilet? Sony has been hacked by North Korea - possibly? Either way, some juicy emails have been hitting the news ever since. Will is looking for a job, and the process is driving him mad. Perhaps he has some thoughts on the matter. Listening to the Will Sean Podcast will make your farts smell like chocolate.

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Sunday, December 7, 2014

Ep. 145 - Leah Dubie - What a Mighty Good Man


Leah Dubie was named one of  the Hottest Queer Women in Comedy of 2014 by AfterEllen which means that she only has three more weeks to bask in the glory. She’s also pretty awesome. Exodus: Gods and Kings (Monsters) is coming out this weeks and people are pissed at White Moses. Walking Dead spoiled their midseason finale for their West Coast fans, and Kirk Douglas will die someday. Teasers for teasers for trailers have got to stop; Will has some thoughts for Hollywood’s marketing “gurus."

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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Ep. 144 - Maggie Milstein - The Day of Light


Maggie Millstein is a writer and editor for “Los Angeles Magazine.” She is also the co-author of “Undisclosed: Secrets of the AIDS Epidemic.” She has also interviewed Charles Manson, several times. Maggie has stories and we want to hear them. Discovery Channel has a new special airing soon, “Eaten Alive.” It involves an anaconda, a snake-resistant suit, and an idiot. NBC has a new special airing soon, “Peter Pan: LIVE.” It involves a sexually confusing main character, a prancing Captain Hook, and an idiot. Are you listening to the smash podcast sensation “Serial”? Because we sure as hell aren’t. Ladies - if you want to find a husband, you just need to let your preacher kiss your naked butt.

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Ep. 143 - Brandie Posey - Thanks Laramie


Brandie Posey, comedian and co-host of the wildly popular podcast “Lady to Lady” joins us for an epic episode. She advises us on how to find love, and which cities have the best thrift stores. Bill Cosby…..Yup! Grumpy Cat has a Christmas movie coming out and we couldn’t be more excited; legit excited. FX Networks seems to be very lax with their episode runtimes and Will is sick of it. Raise that glass and let’s all toast on a cup of Dewitos.

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Sunday, November 16, 2014

Ep. 142 - Justin Welborn - Mother Duggar


Justin Wellborn believes in literature as violent sport. The storytelling show that he co-hosts “Write Club” pits two readers against each other in a battle of wits and words. It’s a brutal, winner take all affair, one that Will barely survived. Oh, and he plays Carl on FX’s hit show, “Justified.” They named Star Wars Episode VII, what do we think? Reality shows seem to sputtering, but will things get worse before they get better? Amy Poehler is the funniest person alive, so why is Will having trouble finding her new book? Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet, coming soon to American Airlines!

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Sunday, November 9, 2014

Ep. 141 - Rebecca Zaccard - Wagner of Pop Music


Rebecca Zaccard co-hosts the popular web-series, “Blitzed on Tap,” a comedic review of the week’s NFL games. She’s also a Green Bay Packers fan because, you know, Wisconsin. Did you vote on Election Day? Of course you didn’t, and the country is going to hell because of it. Women get catcalled while walking on the street? Will and Sean learn all about it. Taylor Swift is back with a new album, and, apparently, a new government job. Now accepting applications for the annual Miss Hitler Pageant.

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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Ep. 140 - Rena Strober - A Voice to Die For


Rena Strober has sung on has sung on Broadway, before a Mets game, and for the mafia, but none of that prepared her for appearing on the Will Sean Podcast. Renee Zellweger has been taking vitamins and sleeping more - good for her. Keanu Reeves is our new Lord and Saviour, all hail John Wick. Do you like Shazaam? Cyborg? Suicide Squad? Well DC Comics does’t care because they will be shoveling those films down out throats in the coming years. I could go for a bowl of opium laced noodles, how about you?

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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Ep. 139 - Alex Stein - Wisteria in Winter


Alex Stein becomes the first three time guest of the Will Sean Podcast. He is here to tell us about his weekly spoken word and storytelling show, Muse Literary Salon. We finally get around to spoiling Gone Girl. If you haven’t yet seen the film…well, we got nothing for you. Pulp Fiction is celebrating its 20 year anniversary - now don’t you feel old? Halloween haunted houses, theme parks, and hayrides are getting out of hand. Will survived one such debacle and is here to share his brave tale. Sean can kill one spider, but how will he fare against a house full of spiders?

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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Ep. 138 - Tommy Gardner, Jr. - Shelob's Lair


Tommy Gardner Jr. is a musician with a new solo EP out titled “12:34.” He share with us advice on what makes a successful band, and why you should never date fellow bandmates. At the end of the show we listen to one of the singles off the album, "California Moon." ena Dunham is embarking on a national book tour - will she pay her opening acts? EBOLA!!!!!!!! Walmart has destroyed America’s heartland, and now they’re gunning for one of our most beloved comedians. Sean kills a slider, like, right in the middle of the show, it’s pretty awesome.

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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Ep. 137 - Emily Foster - The Mysteries of Mort


Emily Foster, writer for the comedy site “Hello Giggles,” and television producer is not from the upper part of Michigan. Yankee’s legend Derek Jeter retired, we find out what Emily’s father thought about him. The Simpsons and Family Guy had a crossover episode - how bad was it? We discuss. Time Warner Cable is playing games with Will’s channel line up - let’s find out how pleased he is. Kim Jong Un is really failing at the whole dictator game. Step it up, KJU!

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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Ep. 136 - Fall Movies 2014: Battle of the Five Sequels

Fall Movie Time! Will and Sean review the far more promising offerings coming down the 2014 pike. Summer was a disaster; here's to Fall!

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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Ep. 135 - Michael Patrick Duggan - Iconic Mustaches


Michael Patrick Duggan returns to a sweltering episode of Will Sean Podcast. The LA Storyworks Festival is right around the corner, and this year looks to be the best yet. Check the schedule and get your tickets. SNL is entering its 40th season - are there any dream hosts we would like to see? The fall TV season is upon us, and we give our opinions on some of the crappier sounding offerings (Mysteries of Laura, anyone?) Parking prices in LA are getting ridiculous, what’s to be done? Alex Trebek grew his mustache back, and all is once more right in the world.

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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Ep. 134 - Renee Gauthier - Leaky Cloud


Renee Gauthier is from Chicago. Also, she’s hilarious. Also, also, she’s our guest this week. Video gamers are the worst. Miranda July has a confusing app that we love. Apple announced something new and the people are elated…most of the people, that is. Stop trying to be clever, Taco Bell.

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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Ep. 133 - Tess Rafferty - Updating Our Resumes


Tess Rafferty is a writer on @midnight and formerly  on The Soup. We discuss the various what it’s like to mine comedy from something as preposterous as reality TV. She also tells us stories from her book “Recipes for Disaster: A Memoir.” A hacker released dozens of stolen nude celebrity photographs - we know that you looked at them. The Sopranos are back in the news for some reason. NFL season is upon us: bigger, louder, and more garish than ever. Hello Kitty is, apparently, not a kitty, who knew?

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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Ep. 132 - Steven Brandon - Lost and Naked


Steven Brandon returns with a slew of new, bewildering projects. We get the bares all about his time as a contestant on VH1’s reality show, “Dating Naked.” (See what we did there, we made a nudity pun in our mention of a nudity themed TV show - we so clever). Opening on September 22nd is Steven’s show LOST: THE MUSICAL - and Will could not be more excited. The Emmys were like two weeks ago, so it’s about time we broke down the highs and lows of this year’s show. Results might not vary.

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Ep. 131 - Amy Engelhardt - A Vocal Sparkler


Amy Engelhardt is a singer, songwriter, former member of The Bobs, and generally an all around cool chick. Stick around to hear her comedic holiday classic, “How Did This Thing…?” FXX is about to unleash EVERY SIMPSONS EVER - can this juggernaut ever be stopped? People online were really shitty to Zelda Williams, can these assholes ever be stopped? True Blood is ending and Will can’t wait for this six year national nightmare to end. 

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Sunday, August 17, 2014

Ep. 130 - Corey Podell - Reboobing the Franchise


Corey Podell, one of the hosts of the popular storytelling show TABOO TALES, shares some of her own misdeeds. Ok, not really. We pretty much discuss how this former LAUSD teacher ended up as a performer and solicitor of shame. "Re-Boobing" all male franchises to feature female casts is all the rage these days. We suggest some of our dream line-ups. What’s on your pop culture bucket list? They say that April is the cruelest month, but August is pretty shitty. Have you dumped ice cold water on your head yet? Because we sure as shit haven’t.

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Sunday, August 10, 2014

Ep. 129 - Brock WIlbur - Fishing With Dynamite


Brock Wilbur, comedian, musician, giant, astounds us with his diverse skills and talents. Through diligence and prolific attention not his craft, Brock has found a way to actually make money doing what he loves. Imagine that. A Sharknado devastated New York and we are going to sift through the wreckage. TMNT was unleashed on theaters, how much nostalgia is too much? OK Cupid is actively destroying our love lives; pretty sure we will be single forever. Apparently the devil learned how to text message, can tweeting be far behind?

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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Ep. 129 - Isaac Simons - The Geins Collection


Isaac Simons, TV commercial director, walks us through his early years as a musician, resident of Portland, and back home again. We discuss how the demands, both creative and technical, differ between narrative film and advertising. Weird Al is back and stronger than ever. What accounts for his four decade long popularity? Comic-Con is over, we round up some of the news - like we gave a crap. Some asshole is hiding cash all over Los Angeles and Will takes this Twitter Terrorist to task. Would you buy a chair that feels like human flesh? What about an ottoman? 

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Ep. 127 - Will Link & Sean David - Emmy for Best Podcast

What's considered a drama? What's considered a comedy? And what the hell is a miniseries? We don't know either. The best we can do is break down the major categories and nominees in this, our 2014 Emmy's spectacular. 

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Ep. 126 - Misha Fisher - Gorgeous Portrait of Hitler


Misha Fisher flirts his way through an all new episode. This performer and host of two storytelling shows explains to us what exactly he’s up to when he’s constantly messing with his phone. Speaking of phones, apparently it’s a crime now to sext? We review the current wave of Post-Apocalyptic fiction, and ask ourselves how we would fare in each of these scenarios. Will has a bone to pick with a specific Yankees fan. A group of nut jobs are trying to rehabilitate the swastika. When asked to comment, the Jews were still upset.

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Sunday, July 13, 2014

Ep. 125 - Paula Dixon - Sadly Proud

Paula Dixon, photographer, turns her lens on Will and Sean. Eschewing photoshop and most forms of digital manipulation, she prefers to shoot with manual focus and shutter speeds. “Seinfeld” turns 25, we reminisce  on some of our favorite episodes and the show’s general lasting impact. Robin Thicke continues to creep us all out with his increasingly desperate attempts to win back his wife.  Competitive eating is getting a little too big for its britches, non moreso than its “star” Joey Chestnut. Say good bye to Bryan Williams, say hello to Kodomodrode!



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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Ep. 124 - Susanna Lee - New Jack Shack


Susanna Lee, AKA Lucky Deluxe, gives us a private show. A comedian and Burlesque dancer has a web series called “Peeping Comics” where she interviews other comedians while performing a strip show. We interview her with our clothes on. When is a date a date? We don’t know, maybe you can help. We give Melissa McCarthy some unsolicited career advice - this should go well. Will has some tough words for KFC after they donated $30,000 towards medical bills for a maimed three year old girl. Keep the your cupcakes away from all bears. And yes, we are aware that things sound funky for the last 15 minutes of the episode - Ghosts in the Machine.

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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Ep. 123 - Steve Elkins & David Marks - Who is Pat Kelly?


Steve Elkin and David Marks, the director and producer of the music documentary “The Reach of Resonance” are our guests. This globe trotting film, shot in 10 countries, explores the outer limits of music and the artists who create sounds and symphonies from the unlikeliest of sources. The Emmy nominations are coming soon, and we still can decide what should be a comedy or a drama. What are your pop culture deal breakers? Fair weather sports fans are pissing Will off. No one will even have a funeral wake as cool as Auntie Mea Mea. 

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Sunday, June 22, 2014

Ep. 122 - Sofiya Alexandra - (Mimes into Microphone)


Sofiya Alexandra is a comedian, writer, and ready to let Sean know exactly what she thinks of his opinions. Our spirited conversation touches on her childhood in the Ukraine, initial impressions of Los Angeles, identifying with the minorities in her classes, and how she found her comedic voice. A spirited discussion about #yesallwomen ensues, opinions are expressed. The OJ Simpsons murders were 20 years ago and we reminisnce on our recollections of the event. 2% of the world population disappears in Damon Lindelof’s new HBO show “The Leftovers.” Could they have all gone to that island from LOST? George HW Bush is making us all look bad, especially Will. Dolphins need loving too, hand loving. 

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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Ep. 121 - Tushar Singh - Untouchable


Tushar Singh, comedian and co-host of the Prequel podcast is our guest this week. He tells us what it was like to grow up as an Indian-American in Alabama, and his plans to film a documentary investigating comedy in India. Jonah Hill used a homophobic slur, and nobody seems to care. What are the rules when it comes to tweeting spoilers? Patton Oswalt is taking a break from social media and Will doesn’t think that he should. The Secret Service wants to be able to detect sarcasm online. Really, Secret Service? Reaaaaally????

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Sunday, June 8, 2014

Ep. 120 - Denesa Chan - Female Thursday


Denesa Chan, dancer, actress, international woman of mystery, joins us on a lovely Sunday afternoon. She tells us about her upcoming Hollywood Fringe Festival show, “Demon Slaying Drag Queens,” living in Ghana, and what one will not find in Azusa. Did we mention that she’s a BAD ASS INTERNATIONAL WOMAN OF MYSTERY?! Cause she is, like legit she is! Lupita Nyong’o will be in Star Wars, and we hope not as Princess Leia’s sassy black friend. The World Cup is starting this week, Sean breaks it down. Will has some concerns about a possible Community resurrection. Who wants to have a quickie wedding in Vegas? We promise its just for the sex.

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Sunday, June 1, 2014

Ep. 119 - Will Stegemann - Space Pope


Will Stegemann spent a year listening to the music of Billy Joel and he’s here to tell us what he discovered. Sean thinks that trigger labels are reactionary and will do more harm than good; follow him down the slippery slope. Are R-Rated comedies really funnier? Or just needlessly raunchy? Direct TV has some truly creepy commercials and Will has some thoughts. An epic episode for some epic topics.

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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Ep. 118 - Monrok - Take the Poo to the Loo


Monrok, comedienne, no last name, is our guest this week. Born in Australia to Indian parents and living in Los Angeles by way of Maryland, this unique comic voice shares her opinions with us. India, Will’s love life, feminism, even the very concept of stand up comedy comes in for scrutiny. Sean explains what net neutrality is and why we will all likely be paying hundreds of dollars to stream a movie. Is the variety show dead? If so, then why is Maya Rudolph trying to bring it back? Why is AMC messing with our Mad Men? Caution - bounce houses can be hazardous to your health. The Will Sean Podcast investigates.

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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Ep. 117 - Sasha Fisher - Minding the Gap


Sasha Fisher is kinda awesome. She shares with us her terrifying story of growing up in upstate New York. Make sure to catch her show “Shame Based Fun” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. There may or may not be puppets - we’re still not sure. Some girls were kidnapped in Nigeria, maybe Jack Bauer can save them. Why are people obsessed with the NFL Draft? KFC double downs on the Doubledown. Something something Goodluck Jonathan.

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Sunday, May 11, 2014

Ep. 116 - Jon Armstrong - Up Close Podcasting


Jon Armstrong, close-up card magician, tells us how it’s done. What does it take to become a professional magician? Can anyone do it? Short answers: it’s hard and no. Grab an old deck of cards, because Jon is going to perform a trick that you can do along with us at home. Seriously. We are doing magic. Over a podcast. Cause we’re awesome and cause magic is awesome. The new Star Wars film has a cast  (sort-of); let the wild speculation begin. Three men who never joined a fraternity attempt to discuss fraternities. Are you ready for 4D cinema? Samuel L Jackson made porn stars cry.

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Sunday, May 4, 2014

Ep. 115 - Dillon Chance - Sorry, the Bar is Closed


Dillon Chance of the Afterbuzz TV Network discusses TV recap culture with us. 24 is coming back this week. What other cancelled shows would you like to see rebooted? Something happened with the LA Clippers - three white guys discuss. George Clooney….just stop it already. Why are sports mascots a thing?

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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Ep. 114 - Amanda Savage - Diggity Dark


Amanda Savage, comic and host of the popular podcast “Pulling it Together” joins us for a discussion on creative ambition, inspiration and feminism. Guess which toping the boys have questions about. Is Johnny Depp in need of his own “McConnaissance”? Would you want your consciousness to be uploaded into a computer? Google Glass is here, and invasion of privacy has never been more fun. God used to make great films, but recently he has been pandering crap. Pakistan finally caught the last terrorist, so now we can sleep safe again. Dayenu! 

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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Ep. 113 - Summer Movie Preview - Iron Lads

Our 3rd annual summer movie preview episode. Got a lot of hot garbage hitting theaters this year and the boys break it down...#allin

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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Ep. 112 - Francisco Ramos - Spit, Tears, and Blood


Francisco Ramos, super hunky Venezuelan born comedian makes Latin love to our Chinese made mics. We talk origins and comings of age, but mostly about 90’s era video games. Orphan Black is the best show on TV that you’re not watching. Kurt Cobain died twenty years ago, and music has been shitty ever since. We have some suggestions as to who should take over David Letterman’s chair (we know... Colbert was selected the day after we recorded). When you’re in Staten Island, you’ll float too!!

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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Ep. 111 - Emily Krauser - Versa Vice


Emily Krauser, storyteller and all-around kick ass person, is our guest this week. Her upcoming show, Comedy Fights Cancer, will use comedy…to fight cancer. Hilarious people being hilarious to help stop something that’s not so hilarious. Marvel Films plans to overwhelm us with awesomeness. Can there be too much of a good thing? NCAA milks every last drop they can out of their student, you know, for the love of the sport. Dah Dah Dum, Dah Dah Dah Dum, DAH DAH DAAAAH!!!! GAME OF THRONES!!! A teacher has resorted to an especially cruel form of punishment, and Will has some words for this asshole. The Pope likes a da coke!

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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Ep. 110 - Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing - Dead Fish Eyes


Collin Kelly and and Jackson Lanzing, co-writers of the hit comic book series “Hacktivist” are our guests. They discuss the genesis and development of the project along with the responses they have received from the for-reals hacktivist community. Anthony Lane of the New Yorker wrote a super creepy profile of Scarlett Johansson - would we have done any better? Which Will Sean Podcast character are you? Buzzfeed wants to know. Major League Baseball is sent our LA Dodgers all the way to Australia, and we’re none too happy about it. How much is your virginity worth to you? Cause seriously, if you’re listening to this show, then you’re a virgin.

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Sunday, March 23, 2014

Ep. 109 - Kevin Broberg - Between Two Assholes


Kevin Broberg, the grand master of the popular storytelling show “Quote Unquote” shares his Bartlett’s wisdom with us. The President appeared on “Between Two Ferns” and the right freaked the fuck out. Is the internet ruining television? Is the Lotto just one big shakedown? Are cats truly evil? All this and more in the latest exciting installment!

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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Ep. 108 - Allie Goertz & Ariana Lenarsky - The Book on Chicken


Allie Goertz and Ariana Lenarsky, the two halves of the musical comedy duo, Cossbysweater, sing us a sweet, sweet song. This harmonic vortex of awesome discusses the influences on their music and how 90’s pop culture, especially The Simpsons, inspires their songwriting. To prove their point, they perform a live song about famed makeup and special effects guru, Rob Bottin. We check in on the landscape of late night television and report on our findings. Hollywood is jamming another Young Adult novel inspired, dystopian nightmare, female driven, multi volume, franchise series down our throats. Do we dare see it? One of our beloved fifty states is taking religious toleration a little too far, and Will has some words for them. We hope you all survived the one-two punch of Purim and St Patrick’s Day.

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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Ep. 107 - Zack Fox - Slave to the Oscars


Zack Fox, ever elusive, ever mysterious, makes his triumphant debut on the Will Sean Podcast. Following a brief discussion of Visual Effects in such films as “White House Down” and the new “Robocop,” we get down to bras tacks - how were the Oscars. No category, speech or selfie gets ignored as we dissect this year’s show. Death stalks Hollywood and Will fears for our actors. Sit back, relax, and enjoy an episode almost as long as the award show itself.

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Ep. 105 - The All Important Oscars Special


Oscar Special 2014 - No guest, just an unadulterated hour of pure, uncut Will and Sean. We break down all of the major categories and make our picks for next week’s show. Sell the house, borrow everything you can and take that cash to Vegas, cause we are about to make you RICH!!!

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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Ep. 104 - Rawle D. Lewis - The Banana Thief


Rawle D. Lewis, comedian and one of the stars of the classic film “Cool Runnings” squeezes into the podsled with us. This Trinidad born actor grew up in the islands, moved to tropical New Jersey and finally to came California before being discovered while performing in some questionable Shakespeare. He shares stories about the casting, shooting and reception of the film. What makes it so beloved even twenty years since its release. The Winter Olympics are here! Is Sochi the godforsaken hellhole the media is making it out to be? Valentine’s Day was here! Is it the godforsaken holiday that we make it out to be? Eat Fresh…and die.

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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Ep. 103 - Jessica Gardner - How's the Peepin?

Jessica Gardner from the hit web series “Glass Slipper Confessionals” brings her lustrous red hair and million watt smile. She tells us about the genesis and reception of this hilarious project. As a native New Englander, she gives Will the usual hard time. The only thing worse than this year’s Super Bowl was this year’s Super Bowl commercials. Jay Leno is leaving…or is he? We discuss some of our favorite Philip Seymour Hoffman moments. I want to take you, on a slow boat to China...

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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Ep. 102 - Sam Witwer - Ranch Privileges Revoked

Sam Witwer returns to the show to talk Being Human and Star Wars. What can fans expect from this latest season and is there an endgame in mind? How have Aiden and the game changed since season one? What will the new JJ ruled Star Wars universe look like? Also: Grammys, Girl Scouts and Ghost Ships! Come one, come all, click on the link and enjoy the fun!

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Ep. 101 - Adam Spiegelman - Ass Man Jr.

Adam Spiegelman, host of the movie podcast “Proudly Resents” joins us for a discussion of what distinguishes a bad film from a cult film. We talk “Divorce Court” and ethnic humor. Three marginal football fans try to get excited for the Super Bowl. Once again we talk about SNL, cause why not? Franchises are getting out of control. Will we be experiencing “reboots” of every character under the sun? (We’re looking at you, Indiana Jones). The Black Rhino is endangered, how would you like to pay for the right to shoot one? There are sharks in the water people.

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Sunday, January 19, 2014

Ep 100 - David Server - A Century of Progress

David Server, writer and literary manager with Archetype, joins us for a very special episode. He tells us how writing film reviews for a now defunct website landed him a career in Hollywood. The Golden Globes were given out last week, most of the winners are still making their way to the stage. The New York Film Critics Circle did the right thing and booted that asshole Armond White. Also, the number 100, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing. Thanks to all the loyal listeners. We could never have made it to this point without the support of you two.

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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Episode 99 - Just One Problem

Jonathan Welch swoops in to help us on this week’s episode. This energetic east coast native recently moved to Los Angeles with his storytelling show, Watch Your Mouth. Drawing on 80’s and 90’s television nostalgia, this show makes its west coast premiere at the end of the month. Girls is back, and once again everyone is pissed off. SNL bows to social media pressure and hires a black female performer. When will they hire an asian female?! Dennis Rodman is an asshole, and possibly a traitor. Women - there is a new website that will change the way you orgasm!

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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Ep. 98 - Tom Sibley - Synergy People

Tom Sibley, our fellow Westcast Network brother in arms, talks to us about his two podcasts, “Goof City” and “We Watch Wrestling.” He tells us how a great blizzard convinced this east coast comic to relocate permanently. What is your morning routine, and how do you prefer your pornography? The Golden Globes are this weekend. How do yo distinguish if something is a comedy or a drama? Why do they even throw the word musical in there? the Duck Dynasty guy is an asshole, but you all knew that already. Chipotle is about to revolutionize the way we eat pizza, and Will has some thoughts. Soon we will all be able to understand what it is our dogs are trying to tell us (The End is Near). Your New Year’s resolution should have been to subscribe to the podcast.

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