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.
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!
Your favorite podcasters have a special bonus episode with Glickman telling stories about falling down, sex with robots and allergic reactions, Matt's complaints about the lack of products for redheads, and Mike laughing at both of them.
It's part 2 of our live spectacular with two fantastic guests. We start with the legendary Dave Foley, who regales us with tales of Andy Dick, how the Kids in the Hall got a TV show, and his favorite sketches. Then we're joined by Britney Young, one of the stars of GLOW. She campaigns for a superhero role, and tells us why we should all be watching the original GLOW on YouTube. Get ready...it's THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
SCOTT!!!!! If you know someone named Scott, they definitely want to listen in to the first part of our latest live spectacular, when we start off with Mindy Sterling, best known as Frau Farbissina in the Austin Powers films. We talk about bad Hollywood jobs, the truthfulness (or lack thereof) of IMDb, and how many holidays the dogs have saved. Then we get to hear the amazing Johnny Manuel sing three songs for our sold out audience, which will blow your mind. It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Can I ask you a personal favor? Can I keep my trench coat in your closet for a few months? Or would you at least listen to this podcast with the great Barry Diamond? It will make all the difference in the world. You can hear him discuss his role as Pat Buckles on Seinfeld, starting out in comedy with the likes of Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, what it's like to do a show for zero audience members, why opening for the Allman Brothers as a first gig was perhaps not the best idea, and his early TV work as a tutor on Diff'rent Strokes. What you talking 'bout Glickman? It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
You know her from Shameless, Suite Life of Zach & Cody, and iCarly, and we were able to visit Sammi Hanratty on set for an upcoming web series that we're not allowed to discuss yet. While she often plays bad girls on screen, she's one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. We enjoyed discussing her career as a child actor, transitioning into adult roles, and what it was like working with some of the biggest stars on TV. You don't want to miss this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Sorry for the long delay between shows- we were dealing with vacations and personal issues, but we're back with some great ones that you'll be hearing in the upcoming weeks. This week it was just Stephen and Matt, and we discuss the passing of our dear friend and former guest Jon Schnepp, and tell some stories about the wonderfully talented man that he was, as well as give updates on some recent guests and our upcoming shows. It's THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
What's new in the zoo? The Night Time Show was determined to find out, so we visited John Lewis, director of the LA Zoo in his amazing office. Find out how he went from helping primates at a small zoo to becoming the head of one of the most prestigious institutions in the world. Lions! Tigers! Bears! Oh my, the LA Zoo has all of those, plus a new Asian Elephant enclosure, a terrific gorilla habitat, and one of the best collections of reptiles on the planet. What does John have to say about Matt's contention that the platypus is the strangest animal? Why are jaguars so dangerous? What do they do with all the poop? Find out all of this and more on this very special episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
It's part 2 of our last live spectacular, with Rob Morrow and Jason Ellis. Rob was nice enough to sing us a couple songs, and then sit down to discuss becoming a television icon in the 90s, his short stint on The Island of Dr. Moreau, and what it's like playing a real person. Then we finished off the night with Jason Ellis, former pro skateboarder and current radio host on SiriusXM. If you want to learn about glory holes, fighting, and all around badassery, he's the man for you. You don't want to miss this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
We've got a great live show that is just too much show...so we cut it in half. This is part 1 of our most recent live show with John DiMaggio, who talks about being Futurama's Bender and why using the voice in bed would be a horrible mistake. Then we get to sit down with Bill Farmer, best known as Disney's Goofy for the past 3 decades, who reads a scene from The Room in multiple character voices. Next we host a Mean Girls reunion with Daniel Franzese and Jonathan Bennett, who talk about what it was like being part of an iconic film and the difficulties with being openly gay in Hollywood. You don't want to miss this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!