Join Kevin as he sits down with actor Will Sasso (MADtv, The Three Stooges). Laugh as the two gentlemen craft new celebrity impressions and discover what silliness Will created while anticipating work.
Kevin sits down with actress Lauren Collins (Degrassi: The Next Generation) as they discuss her lifelong career. Lauren chats about beginning to act at 7, starring in Canada’s premier teen drama, and currently taking the industry into her own hands.
Join guest host Samm Levine as he chats with actor Jim O’Heir (Parks and Recreation) about Jim’s humble radio personality beginning developing into a brilliant career as a character actor.
Rainn Wilson celebrates playing in high school band, learning some serious clowning in college, insists the first video-on-the-ipod saved “The Office” and that Matthew McConaughey worked out to hair metal on “Sahara.”
Join Kevin as he sits down with comedian turned actor Harland Williams (Half Baked, Dumb and Dumber) as he tries to determine if Harland is being sarcastic or not. Harland chats about wearing peanut butter on his feet on his first Letterman appearance, perfecting the facial impression, and how thankful he is to be part of so many cult classics.
Join Kevin as he sits down with character actor Toby Huss (The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Halt and Catch Fire) to discuss his career as a cavalcade of characters. Toby chats about landing his Seinfeld gig with a goofy dance, how he gets lost in the art of doing voices, and how smiling makes him look like a psycho.
Join Kevin as he sits down with actor Joel Murray (Mad Men, God Bless America) as they discuss his notable film and television career. Joel chats about improvising as Chris Farley drunk father, psyching out Jeremy Piven at a final audition, and how he believed that growing up with 8 equally funny siblings was the norm.
Join Kevin as he sits down with writer, director Jake Kasdan (Bad Teacher, New Girl) as they discuss his career in film and television. Jake chats about the difficulty of casting the perfect geek, how Jack Black possesses the grace of a ballet dancer, and the wisdom bestowed upon him by Harold Ramis.