Sean and Hayes once again ask listeners to donate to their Kickstarter to help them with an upcoming Celebrity Date Auction, tell us which moments of The Voice made them cry, and take a look back at Bachelor Pad 3 by playing a clip of their old public radio show. Then, JOE MANDE shows up to talk to a caller about Next Knuckler and walks us through a typical episode of Bar Rescue.
Sean and Hayes ask listeners to help them with an upcoming Celebrity Date Auction as a gift for Hayes’ birthday, talk about Chuck & Wynona from The Amazing Race with a caller, and explain the spectacle that is Splash. Eventually, JAKE FOGELNEST drops by to talk about some dummy on Survivor, give us a sample of what Louie Anderson’s theme song on Splash should be, and recommend some great documentaries. This episode is dedicated to Brent Musburger.
Sean and Hayes take a moment to mug for the documentary crew cameras that have been following them around, talk about the love connection developing in The Amazing Race, and listen to a caller’s insane reality show story. Then, JEN STATSKY introduces herself to Sean and Hayes for the first time, discusses the dead cat episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and joins in on the fun of taking live calls. Plus, we hear from Sean’s high school buddy, Sean and Hayes get into the latest Survivor with a segment called This Kind of Racism Is Okay, and they break down the King of The Nerds finale to Jen.
It’s an all star studded show as Anthony Jeselnik, Eugene Mirman, and Nathan Fielder aka the Titans of Comedy stop by for a larger than life episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! They talk about Anthony’s new show The Jeselnik Offensive, Nathan’s new show Nathan For You, and offending people on Twitter. Then get ready to smirk & smile as we are joined by Queens barber Jazz Jazz as he tells us about his road trips, his new business idea, and plays a game of Would You Rather?
Sean and Hayes went live for the first time and took a call from Bus Stop the Mystery Executive who gave us some good reveals about Survivor including a Too Hot For CBS moment, Jeff Probst’s pre-show ritual, and a reward challenge gone wrong. Then they take a couple calls to discuss the dating philosophy from the latest episode of The Bachelor, look back on some fascinating characters from The Challenge, and talk about the star studded cast of Hollywood Exes.
Jake’s longtime friend Jon Glaser stops by to be blown away by the garage rock band The Monks, take a look at some great rock covers, and more on this week’s edition of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Jon tells us about the origin of his book My Dead Dad Was in ZZ Top, the various Quadrophenia references scattered in Delocated, and why he turned down the offer to direct the big screen adaptation of Jersey Boys. Jake & Jon watch some amazing clips that include; David Bowie on Soul Train, the Chris Holmes pool interview from The Decline of Western Civilization Part II, and late period Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Make sure to go leave reviews for The Monk’s “Black Monk Time” in “The Fogelnest Files” section on iTunes. If you’re in Los Angeles on the day this drops, come to the LIVE taping of a special Burning Love episode of THE FOGELNEST FILES with Nick Kroll and June Diane Raphael at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre! Get tickets at www.ucbtheatre.com
Sean and Hayes are excited about taping their Reality Show Show pilot, give their impressions of the new cast of The Amazing Race, and then talk about the drastic format changes made to the Top Chef finale. Eventually, PAUL F. TOMPKINS graces us with his presence to tell us about why he will never recap American Idol again, his enjoyment of watching So You Think You Can Dance, and does his best at a game of Is This A Real Reality Show.
The one and only Fred Stoller is here to rant about Best Week Ever, hipsters pretending to be nerds, and Dennis Miller on today’s episode of THE FOGELNEST FILES! Fred shares his love of character actors, expands on some of the amazing stories from his Amazon Kindle Single My Seinfeld Year, and talks about his infamous agent Ari Emanuel. Then Fred & Jake take a look at a couple of clips that include; footage of the New York Improv from the 1970s, Jimmy “Dy-no-mite!” Walker, and Tootsie. Make sure to go leave reviews for which Bob Newhart show you liked better in “The Fogelnest Files” section on iTunes. Don’t forget to get your tickets for the special Burning Love episode of THE FOGELNEST FILES with Nick Kroll, June Diane Raphael, and Kumail Nanjiani, on Thursday, February 28th at UCB-LA!
Jeff is mystified at how his pal J.J. Abrams finds the time to make films, speak at conferences, and be an amazing husband & father. J.J. shares fascinating stories about the first time he met Eddie Murphy, asking Mike Nichols about everything, and how an episode of Alias ended up with one of the oddest product placements for a pickup truck. Also, we hear about the time J.J. caught William Shatner in a lie, J.J.’s encounter with Christopher Walken, and when Jeff & J.J. watched Jeff Goldblum on Conan in Jeff Goldblum’s hotel room with Jeff Goldblum.