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Adam Ray tells Ronna & Beverly about playing Wolverine at Universal Studios.

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ICYMI: Steve Agee chats with Ronna & Beverly!

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Steve Agee chats with Ronna & Beverly!

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Academy award winner Jim Rash is here with Ronna and Beverly LIVE at youtube.com/earwolf!

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Ronna and Beverly are chatting LIVE http://www.youtube.com/earwolf!

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Ronna and Beverly: Old Fashioned Kitchen Timer

Accomplished screenwriter Ted Griffin visits Ronna & Beverly to tell us how he went from folding Gabriel Byrn’s underwear in a laundromat to selling his first script on today’s show! Ted also tells us about being buds with Martin Scorsese, his involvement in the upcoming film The Wolf of Wall Street, and a very interesting breakfast he had with Sir Anthony Hopkins. Plus, the ladies are worried about a cicada swarmadeggon. Come see Ronna & Beverly LIVE at the Upright Citizens Brigade theatre in Los Angeles Friday, April 19th with very special guests! Get tickets at www.ucbtheatre.com

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Ronna and Beverly: A Nutter Butter

The fabulous Kevin Pollak joins Ronna & Beverly on their first livestreamed episode! They chat about when he will get married, having his chat show on Earwolf, and changing his name with his best friend growing up who was also named Kevin. Also, important questions regarding leather pants, impressions, and schmucks are answered! Check out the full video Monday, April 8th over at Youtube.com/Earwolf!

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Ronna and Beverly: Hometown Hero

Ronna and Beverly welcome the absolutely adorable Nate Corddry to chat about comparisons with his brother Rob, where his darkness stems from, and how old he was when his mother decided to pursue an alternative lifestyle. Nate also explains how he used to give himself the “subway test,” shares a story about falling out of love, and describes his role in Chuck Lorre’s pilot “Mom.” Plus, Ronna and Beverly give their opinions on Jodi Arias.

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Ronna and Beverly: Oscar Wrap-Up!

Ronna and Beverly are joined by entertainer extraordinaire Sam Pancake to help with their Oscar wrap-up! They talk about who looked the best, the terrible James Bond montage, and their thoughts on the winners. Also, Sam tells us about his time working on Friends, awful Civil war re-enactors, and co-writing the upcoming film Space Station 76.