We talked to Justin Roiland last year about season one of Rick and Morty, so with season two rapidly approaching, we caught back up with him and Dan Harmon to talk new character combinations, the trouble with clearing DMX songs and the unique experience of attending Comic-Con.
Celebrity Interviews Archive
As the name would imply, the blonde bombshell Jacqueline is, indeed, a stripper. She is also a writer and a comedian who takes her experiences working in clubs across America and turns them into funny and engaging stories. Joel Murphy talks to Jacq the Stripper about how
The Hall of Fame announcer joins the show this week to talk about his life as a ring announcer, his post-WWE career (including the "Ringside: An Evening With Jim Ross" live show that is coming to Baltimore May 16) and the chances he'd ever go back to
Joel Murphy feeling nostalgic for the glory days of NBC. So he's dipped into the HoboTrashcan archives to brings you two never-before heard audio interviews - a 2012 chat with Alison Brie from Community and a "lost" 2011 interview with Jim O'Heir from Parks and Recreation.
The lovely and charismatic Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Rachel Posner on House of Cards, talked to us about auditioning for the part originally listed as "Call Girl," Rachel's twisted relationship with Doug and that unforgettable scene inside the van in the season three finale.
The audio version of our interview with Archer and Rick and Morty's Chris Parnell.
The print version of our interview with Archer and Rick and Morty's Chris Parnell.
The audio version of our interview with Archer and Bob's Burgers' H. Jon Benjamin.
The print version of our interview with Archer and Bob's Burgers' H. Jon Benjamin.
Bob from The Walking Dead and D'Angelo Barksdale from The Wire may not seem that similar on paper, but both characters have a vulnerability and a tragic quality that gets you instantly invested in them, even as you fear for the worst. That's because they are both