Lamorne Morris (New Girl, Game Night) chats with Chris about taking time to slow down while stuck in quarantine, their shared lack of tattoos, and air travel during a pandemic. Lamorne's new show Woke is streaming on Hulu now!
Erin Moriarty ("The Boys") and Chris have a wonderful discussion about mindfulness, Stoicism, and Eckhart Tolle. Also, some good tips for lighting a room for Zoom calls, staying productive while staying at home, and how to personalize your space without overspending! "The Boys" Season 2 is streaming on Amazon Prime right now with new episodes dropping every Friday!
John Leguizamo talks about his incredible 30-year career as a comedian and actor, how he was driven to pave his own way because of the underrepresentation of Latinx culture in the entertainment business, and what he learned from working with some of the greatest directors in cinema as he expands his career into directing. His wonderful film Critical Thinking—which he both directs and stars in—is now available on VOD!
Tom Lennon returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about quarantine hair, Tom tells a story about telling Clint Eastwood a joke and the time he bought hundreds of copies of Dianetics. They also talk about meeting extremely famous people, Chris and Tom play around on their guitars and Tom talks about Reno 911! Part 2 on Quibi!
Ron Funches returns to the podcast! He and Chris chat about how having podcasts has made them better listeners, Ron talks about getting married recently and they go deep into the characters on Animal Crossing. They also talk about missing stand up, Ron talks about his show Nice One! on Quibi and his upcoming livestream standup show on September 5th on YouTube!
Bluegrass musician Molly Tuttle chats with Chris about her fantastic hybrid style of banjo/guitar, learning new skills as adults, and embracing who you are. Stick around at the end of the episode for an exclusive live performance just for ID10T listeners from Molly's wonderful new album of covers entitled "...but i'd rather be with you" which is available RIGHT NOW!
Bill Burr returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about video game addiction, home renovation shows, and fatherhood. Bill also reveals the wonderful Disney song he sings to his 3-year-old daughter that she gives him notes on after each performance. Watch him in The King of Staten Island, available now to own on digital, DVD or BluRay!
Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme (Super Troopers, Beerfest) return to the podcast! They talk about trying to get into shape during quarantine, Kevin’s love of salsa dancing and they talk about working on movies vs films. They also talk about coming up with ideas for Tacoma FD, they talk about jokes and bits that don't work and the new season of Tacoma FD, Thursdays on TruTV!
This episode takes a deep dive into the world of Entertainment Auctions which have EXPLODED in recent years thanks to the good ol’ Internet. The panel discusses the processes of putting on a massive 2-day pop culture auction from the acquisition of items to “SOLD!”, how being a fan first drives the business, and the preservation and curation of historical film and tv props/art. Whether or not you’re ready to bid, this podcast and t...
Nate Bargatze (comedian) chats with Chris about doing a corporate gig over Zoom recently, Nate talks about things that have inspired bits and they both talk about quitting drinking. They also talk about how comedy has changed since they started, Nate goes over his process of writing jokes and they talk about his new podcast Nateland!
The hilarious Alanna Ubach (Bombshell, Legally Blonde, Brady Bunch Movie) and Chris talk about character acting, audition horror stories, and that magical moment you discover you're pregnant. They also muse about comedy and getting started in the 90s. Enjoy Alanna on "Crossing Swords", now on Hulu, and in the upcoming "Filthy Rich" premiering Sept. 21st on Fox!
Harvey Guillén (What We Do in the Shadows) chats with Chris about his cool house decor, how he got his role on What We Do in the Shadows and working with Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. Harvey also talks about his career path, getting into producing and directing and he talks about how he brings his personal life into his roles!
Gavin Rossdale (Bush) joins Chris to talk about life in quarantine, how life is when he’s on tour and he talks about balancing work and family. Gavin also talks about getting into music, the early days of Bush, they talk about Bush’s new album The Kingdom and Gavin sings an acoustic version of a classic Bush song!
Ashley Eckstein ("Ahsoka Tano" on Star Wars: The Clone Wars) talks about how she started designing nerd culture apparel for girls and women with her company Her Universe, the importance of creating community, and her advocacy for mental health awareness. Also, make sure to get her new children's book "I Am a Padawan"!
Ron Perlman returns to the podcast! He and Chris catch up with each other since the last time he was on the show, Ron talks about how his quarantine has been and talks about having structure benefits his daily schedule. Ron also talks about his upcoming movies Run with the Hunted and The Big Ugly, what they think the future of movie theaters will he and he announces that he is starting his own podcast!
Max Brooks returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about how they have been dealing with the quarantine, how he researched for his zombie books and how that relates to Covid-19. They then talk about their favorite Twilight Zone episodes, their love of sci-fi and Max talks about his new book Devolution!
Louie Anderson returns to the podcast! He and Chris catch up on how they have been handling the quarantine, what they think the future of live comedy will be and how they come up with jokes. Louis also talks about life in Vegas, they talk about Baskets and Louie’s new special Big Underwear, June 23rd on CW!
Diallo Riddle (South Side, Sherman's Showcase) chats with Chris about his show Sherman’s Showcase getting picked up for a second season, how he has been dealing with the quarantine and having three young kids. He also talks about getting into comedy while in college, coming up with his shows with his friends and everything that he is currently working on!
Greg Nicotero and Chris talk about how their lives have been in quarantine, Greg talks about how he was about to shoot Creepshow and Greg talks about how The Walking Dead has changed over the years. They also talk about special effects make up, Greg’s love for movies as a kid and all the cool props Greg has built over the years!
Yvette Nicole Brown sits down with Chris to have a conversation about #BlackLivesMatter, race relations, and building a better future