Ronnie Ortiz-Magro joins me this week to discuss his life before, during, and after starring in MTV’s The Jersey Shore. He also gives some insight to what it’s like having publicized relationships and chats about his serious training as an actor. Plus, we talk about smoking weed!
Check out Ronnie on the next season of Famously Single, premiering July 9th on E!
Comedian Scout Durwood introduces me to the world of burlesque and shares her history as a dancer and hostess. We also talk about music and the process of creating her new album, Take One Thing Off. Plus, we talk about some of the other jobs she’s had.
Order Scout’s Album, Take One Thing Off, out May 19! And check her out at Hotel Cafe in LA on May 20th.
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The Watercooler #73 Matt Fondiler, Gary Smith, Nick Davis, Dylan Wrenn, Caelan Biehn and I are edgy at the watercooler. We get crazy with our seating arrangement, complain about a top 10 list of burgers, and talk about why The Rock could be a future president. Plus Matt chases ice cream trucks in this edition of Chez Fondilez.
I’m very excited to welcome comedian Joe Sib to the show. I’ve been a fan of his work for a long time, in the sense that he is responsible for introducing me to a lot of my favorite music through his label SideOneDummy. In turn, I was quite surprised to find out that he is also an incredible stand-up comedian. We talk about youth, naivety, and how Joe incorporated his love of punk rock into a career both on-stage and off. And he explains how all of this led to him performing stand-up comedy all over the country and releasing his debut comedy album, Nowhere Near the Top.
Michael Harney talks about his history acting and some of the more intensive roles he’s come across. He also chats about injustice and spirit, and how he was able to incorporate these facets from his life into writing his newest play, The Awful Grace of God.
The Watercooler #68 Matt Fondiler, Gary Smith, Mike Dawson, Nick Davis, Caelan Biehn and I are hungover a the watercooler. We talk about our respective dudes’ weekends, wearing the same clothes everyday, and the mystery of Gary’s disappearing bagel.
Megan Batoon joins the show to talk about professional dancing, comedy, and fashion. She also shares how she made a career creating content based on what she loves. Plus, she recalls a few of her past jobs (Sbarro’s, American Eagle/Apparel).
And we do it all with occasional digressions of cheerleading, emo music, and bees.
The Watercooler #70 Matt Fondiler, Gary Smith, Nick Davis, Caelan Biehn and I are key change babying at the watercooler. We talk about Caelan getting rear-ended by a motorcycle, the movie Blank Check, and alarm snoozing.