Marc with fitness celebrity and interview guest Cara Castronuova
“Fights” A giant, world-class episode filled with bacon, guests, music and questions! Marc and Ben are on location at Baconery’s New York City headquarters, with special musical guest guitarist extraordinaire Steve Benson. They resurrect the 21 Questions game, check in with Santa’s descendent and Christmas squasher Mr. Bumblebrinks, Elsie presents a celebrity version of News That Matters, and with Manshee Movie Reviews husband and wife movie review team try to keep their marriage together as they discuss the Oscar-nominated “Silver Linings Playbook.” Bacon treats are everywhere including in a special edition of End of Show Food—and the first ever Beginning of Show Food! Plus, a truly inside-look interview with celebrity guest Cara Castronuova! The 2-time Golden Gloves boxing champion, actress and reality television star and motivational fitness trainer, and formerly on “The Biggest Loser” reveals surprising details on how she got the job on the NBC show, how she dealt with losing it, overcoming self-doubt and what she and Paul McCartney have in common.
Download Episode 117 “Good and Brad” Improvisation is everywhere! Ben’s “non-story”, Marc’s noisy neighbors and the return of the great feature “If I Was In Charge of the World!” solves the problems of road traffic and child cage matches using radio controlled flocks of birds and parental fight clubs. The husband/wife movie review team Manshee Movie Reviews blows a second chance and finagles a third, and an End of Show Food settles the stomach. Plus: a riveting and candid interview with popular TV star and “Whose Line Is It Anyway” improvisational comedian Brad Sherwood. He talks about his start on “LA Law”, auditioning for and inside secrets from the set of “Whose Line Is It Anyway” (including top secret games and special locked rooms) , appearing on the Tonight Show more than 100 times, performing for Washington DC, seeing himself on The Sopranos, being on the road for years with Colin Mochrie, and must-hear advice for all improv comedians.