The Night Time Show
Summary: The Night Time Show Podcast is a talk show where Comedians Stephen Kramer Glickman, Matt Walker, Mike Black, and Mike Glazer interview influential people, comedy gurus and blatant liars. Tune in for entertaining celebrity stories and secret behind-the-scenes dirt straight from Hollywood.
"Here's something I didn't know about mannequins: They don't have a wiener." That's a brilliant piece of wisdom from Luke Dunphy on Modern Family. What many don't know, however, is that Nolan Gould, who plays Luke Dunphy, is actually brilliant, graduating high school at the age of 13 and becoming a MENSA member. He joined us at the Improv to talk about getting the part, why he spent $1000 on a date with Fabio, and find out who knows more useless information- him, or Matt. It's a fun episode with donuts, games, and a drop in from Sean Marquette, best known as Johnny Atkins on The Goldbergs. It's THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Hot dog. Not hot dog. Who cares either way? We're just happy to have Jimmy O. Yang, AKA Jian Yang from Silicon Valley and star of the smash hit Crazy Rich Asians on the podcast. Since he's starring in major hit films, he's well on his way to actually being a Crazy Rich Asian, and we couldn't be happier for him. This interview will let you know who the 5 Asians in Hollywood are, why he's OK with not being a leading man in movies, and how heavy a rocket launcher is in real life. Every treasure comes with a price, and that price is listening to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Hey, Stephen. What did you do for Christmas again? I told you! I spent it with Jon Heder at the Improv hunting wolverines! That's right, we had Napoleon Dynamite himself on our live Christmas spectacular. If you believe you can throw a football over those mountains, have been practicing D-Qwon's Dance Grooves, or just spend your days chatting with babes online, you'll love this interview. Jon tells us his firsthand account of how it all came together, why they used real farmers in the film, and what it was like meeting Will Ferrell on ice skates. Flippin' Sweet. It's THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Jonathan Mangum from Let's Make a Deal
Dana Snyder and Bill Allen on The Night Time Show
Joey Fatone live on The Night Time Show
Michael Dorn, Worf on Star Trek
LA Comic Con horror panel
Tom Cook, legendary artist and animator
LIVE Q&A at LA Comic Con about working for Disney and Nickelodeon
Interview with famed cosplay model Liz Katz
Interview with Brian Volk-Weiss, creator of The Toys That Made Us
Hold on- we got Carnie Wilson to come to our show at the Improv? Yes we did. And I bet you can't wait for Matt to say "Release Me" to this episode. Well once he does, you'll hear Carnie talk about her career and what it's like be a major pop star after growing up in as the daughter of one. Then Sean Giambrone stops in to talk about The Goldbergs, Kim Possible, and then Matt has to ruin everything by bringing up The Emoji Movie. To close out the night we interviewed Deep Roy, who told us about working with Tim Burton, George Lucas, and Jim Henson on films such as Return of the Jedi, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and The Neverending Story. This podcast isn't never ending, however, so enjoy it while you can. It's THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Sometimes our live shows allow us to meet people we never would otherwise, and this episode certainly did that. It starts off with the legendary Fred Willard, who tells us all about his work with Martin Mull and Christopher Guest, how he ended up on a show with puppets, and why he's most proud of his work on Laverne & Shirley. Then we get to speak with the voice of both Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, and he even does a fantastic scene from Pulp Fiction in their voices. Get ready, because it's the first half of the latest live episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
If you're a sweet transvestite, you'll definitely be filled with antici...pation for this episode where we interview Barry Bostwick, who you may know as Brad Majors in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. We find out about his early career in The Klowns, originating the role of Danny in Grease, why singing to dogs is a bad idea, and what it was like working with both Michael J Fox and Charlie Sheen. Damn it Janet, it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!