Special guests: Billy Gardell from "Mike and Molly" and Phil Keoghan host of "The Amazing Race"
The guys talk to actor of Better Off Dead, Risky Business, Revenge of the Nerds, Moonlighting, and King of the Nerds: Curtis Armstrong Music by Barely Eagle Plus: Super Bowl Prop Bets
The boys discuss the events and people who made 2014.
Some of the discussion: Ellen Page, Taylor Swift, World Cup, Ben Affleck, Dead People of 2014, Martha Stewart, Malaysia Airliner, Ebola, Ferguson, Putin, Elevator Violence, Three Boobs, Target, and more.
Musical guest: Mirage Box
The boys talk some Bill Cosby scandal, as well as to actor Cary Elwes from The Princess Bride, Glory, and Saw. The producer of Spike TV's Bar Rescue stops by and music from Craymo, nominated for Best Pop song from Out Awards.
This episodes musical guest: A.J. in Evolution. Find his music here: http://ajinevolution.bandcamp.com. The song featured is off the album: Bare Bones. The boys talk TV, Star Wars, and foods that are common to the world...but new to Joe.
Henry Rollins wears many hats; a musician, writer, journalist, publisher, actor, radio host, spoken word artist, radio show host, and activist.
Rollins was the front man for the bands, Black Flag and the Rollins Band.
He has also hosted numerous radio shows, television shows, and been in several movies. Rollins has also campaigned for various political causes in the United States, including promoting LGBT rights, World Hunger Relief, and an end to war in particular.
On the show, actress/model Brooke Burns; Adam Baldwin from TNT's show "The Last Ship"; and music legend, Weird Al Yankovic
Jack and Joe talk to Kevin Spacey who rose to stardom in the '90s with the films; The Usual Suspects (1995) and Se7en (1995). Other noteable films include LA Confidential, American Beauty, Beyond the Sea, and Superman Returns. In addition to film acting, Spacey also is a film producer, director and writer, and a well-respected theater actor. Most recently, you can catch him on the hit Netflix show; House Of Cards.
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Guest: Actor Tony Hale from Arrested Development and Veep