The Night Time Show
Summary: A top rated comedy podcast where comedians Stephen Kramer Glickman, Matt Walker, Mike Black, and Mike Glazer interview influential people, comedy gurus, and award winning artists. Tune in for entertaining celebrity stories and secret behind-the-scenes dirt straight from Hollywood.
If you've got five hundred twenty-five thousand, six hundred minutes to spare, you should listen to this interview with Adam Pascal, star of Rent on Broadway and on film. It only takes about five hundred twenty-five thousand, six hundred nanoseconds for Matt to turn it into a Star Trek conversation, but that's because Adam also wants to live long and prosper. Find out how going to school with Idina Menzel led to his Broadway career, why he didn't actually care about getting the role, and how tragedy was partially responsible for the success of Rent. The end of the month is coming up, and instead of sitting around wondering how you gonna pay, how you gonna pay, how you gonna pay next month's rent, sit around and listen to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
SCOOOOOTTTTT!!!!! I bet you read that in Mindy Sterling's voice, and no one yells quite like she does when playing Frau Farbissina in the Austin Powers trilogy. Find out all about how she got that part, what it was like staring out in Hollywood on Perfect Strangers and Family Matters, teaching improv to tons of your favorite actors, and who her (now) famous babysitter was. Send in the fembots, because it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Hey brah! We got Doug Sweetland, Stephen's director in the animated hit Storks on the show. How you like me now? Hah manah manah? He also worked on Finding Nemo, Toy Story 2, and Monsters Inc., which is totally true, just like my girlfriend who lives in Canada and is not made up at all. What, too much Pigeon Toady? Sorry, thought we were vibing. OK brah, it's time to listen to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
We classed up this joint when we visited the home of the one and only Eric Braeden, who played Victor Newman on The Young and the Restless for 40 years. We started with a Shakespearean monologue, then transitioned into learning to curse in English while moving furniture. Find out about moving from parking cars to playing Nazis on TV, all while playing soccer on the weekends in league helmed by Matt's father. You'll also hear my new favorite Aretha Franklin story of all time and how he almost died on the set of Titanic. If you don't listen to this episode, we may have you kidnapped and replaced by a lookalike who is a Peruvian drug lord, so strap in, it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
It's always fun when we get to hang out with Liz Katz, doubly so when it's at Los Angeles Comic Con. If she's not your favorite cosplayer, you're wrong. Find out what goes on in the life of a world famous cosplay model, actress, Borderlands voice over artist, and all around bad ass. You'll learn about Mike Black's impending toypocalypse, why Glazer is going to weed heaven, why Matt was the biggest nerd at all of comic con, and what film Glickman spent his Big Time money on. Now go press start on this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
At San Diego Comic Con we were running around like chickens with their heads cut off, which made it ideal that we were able to interview Alexandre Philippe, whose first film was about a chicken with its head cut off. We talked about his new film Memory: The Origins of Alien, why chestbursters were so terrifying to men in 1979, and how Legion M helps filmmakers create cool things for niche audiences that they may not otherwise be able to make. It's not game over, man, until you listen to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
I don't want to grow up, I'm a NECA kid! We sat down to talk toys with the Production Supervisor of Product Development at National Entertainment Collectibles Association, Stefan Folkins, from the TCL Chinese Theatre in San Diego during Comic Con. Stephen and Mike Black share their obsession with toy collecting, while Matt makes fun of them as always. Learn about the ins and outs of using tiny furniture for dioramas, how many Predator figures you need to buy to complete your collection, and why you can now thank someone for being your toyfriend. It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
We're not even supposed to be here today! But we came in and sat down with Brian O'Halloran and Marilyn Ghigliotti, best known as Dante and Veronica in Kevin Smith's films. You'll learn everything you could want to know about Clerks, including why they had gum in the lock on the shutters, what the original ending was supposed to be, how shaving Brian's goatee makes him anonymous, and about Matt's tangential relationship to the movie. There's a million fine looking podcasts in the world. But they don't all bring you lasagna to work. Most of them just cheat on you. But not this one- that's why you need to listen to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Podcast listener, you have selected briefcase #15- when it comes to this podcast episode...Listen, or No Listen? I suggest you pick listen, since we have International model and former briefcase #15 holder on Deal or No Deal, Madi Teeuws. Find out how to pronounce that name (and why the former Los Angeles Rams are responsible), what it was like being on the reprise of a legendary game show, and why Stephen and Matt will never have a beauty pass. So I ask again...Listen, or No Listen? LISTEN...to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Aw man, we interviewed Marvin in the face. Well, face to face might be a better way of saying it, but Pulp Fiction's Marvin, Futurama's Hermes, Big Time Rush's Hawk, and an as of yet undisclosed character on The Mandalorian, Phil LaMarr joined us at San Diego Comic Con to discuss his career, why comic con is worth attending, and disclose Stephen's street address. If you like anything cool whatsoever, he's probably been involved in some way. Don't miss this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Michael Uslan changed the entertainment industry, ushering in an era of film making that has dominated the box office for decades. Hear the story of how Batman went from the pages of comic books to a faithful film adaptation, why it took a decade to make happen, what standing up to a dean at Indiana University has to do with it, and why he's Batman's Batman. You wanna get nuts? C'mon. Let's get nuts on this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Gamblers all have some crazy stories, but it's rare that they're also great storytellers. Vince Van Patten, however, *is* a great storyteller and has stories about crazy side bets that grew to tens of thousands of dollars before his card game would even start. What's it like to go from child stardom to the world of pro tennis, then on to professional gambler? This episode reveals all, just like the cameras that show you the cards on the table when watching poker on TV. Stephen, Matt, and Vince talking gambling are definitely three of a kind on this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
The word "legend" is thrown around a lot these days, but the guests we assembled for this panel at LA Comic-Con truly embody the word. Each of them made a significant impact on Disney, Nickelodeon, and the world of animation at large. Floyd Norman started his career at Disney in the 1950, Tom Sito helped craft the Disney animation Renaissance of the 90s, Cheryl Chase was there at the dawn of Nickelodeon with the birth of Ren and Stimpy, and Oscar Nominated Director Doug Sweetland started at Pixar in the early days of Toy Story. Pull out your sketch pad and get animated with this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Out of paper? Out of stock? There's friendly faces around the block. Break loose from the chains that are causing you pain! Call Stephen, Matt, Mike, Sarah, and Glazer for your business paper needs! Dunder Mifflin: the people person's paper people! Yes that's right, The Night Time Show has SIX cast members from The Office on this weeks episode! Stanley, Meredith, Phyllis, Creed, Kevin, and Oscar join us on stage for the Office cast reunion at Los Angeles Comic Con in front of thousands of people. We loved recording this and we hope you enjoy listening to it! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and share share share...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
I think music sounds the same no matter who you listen to it with, but Logan Henderson disagrees, which is why he sang Music Sounds Better With You for our live audience at the Dynasty Typewriter. He also sang Pull Me Deep, which sounds like what Jaws does when he gets a hold of your leg. Well, whatever it means, it sounded great, even without you there. Get ready for Logan Henderson on THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!