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Comedian and Producer Sharon Houston talks to her colleagues who work behind the scenes on your favorite (and not so favorite) talk, court, reality, and scripted shows. Some of these conversations will make you want to get into the TV business and others will make you run for the hills, just like most of us who work in TV want to do. This business is brutal!

Apr 30, 2018

There's nothing I like more than kittens. I'm also a fan of the football. Put them together and my head explodes! I've always wanted to work on Puppy Bowl or Kitten Bowl so to talk to Johanna about this show was a dream! There are lots of precautions they have to take because unlike puppies, kittens can get some air...


Apr 23, 2018

Greg is a brilliant stand up comic, writer, podcaster, and just a wonderful human. He and I did a show together recently and his talk show came up so I asked him to do my podcast. It's a really in-depth chat about not just his talk show, but about how his book "He's Not That Into You" came about, how he got a job on...


Apr 16, 2018

I worked on Divorce Court but NOT for Jill Blackstone, the EP who was just arrested on suspicion of murdering her sister. I couldn't get anyone who actually worked with Jill to do the pod because they didn't want to implicate her in her pending trial. She wasn't easy to work for soooo... no one wants to really talk...


Apr 9, 2018

This is an oldie but goodie from the old version of this podcast, Daytime Justice! I love this chat for lots of reasons but mostly because you can hear my dog Chipotle bark in the background at one point. RIP, Chipotle! Adam and I get into dealing with litigants who are upset they lost their case. Adam was mentored...


Apr 2, 2018

It took David 2 years to sell the original Queer Eye and now, the reboot on Netflix is taking the world by storm. David Collings, Co-Owner of Scout Productions and creator of Queer Eye and Rob Eric, Chief Creative Officer and Executive Producer of Queer Eye chat with me about the original Queer Eye and how it came to be...