Brad Blanks went along to the red carpet in New York City for the premiere of The Staircase (HBO Max). Patrick Schwarzenegger plays one of the sons in this true crime story, and has a wild opening scene.
Stephen Merchant, one of the legends of comedy, has a new show called The Outlaws (Amazon Prime Video), which is a thriller/comedy. Brad loved the scene where Merchant gets caught with a hooker in the show. Stephen Merchant breaks down what inspired him for the scene.
You’d remember Rose Leslie as “Ygritte”, Jon Snow’s love interest, on Game of Thrones. The two actors have been married to each other since 2018. She now stars in The Time Traveler’s Wife (HBO Max).
Tom remembers Louie’s friendship, generosity, and Louie’s great relationship with Tom’s mother.
Beloved comedian and actor Louie Anderson has died at the age of 68.
His publicist says Anderson died in a Las Vegas hospital of complications from cancer.
Louie’s comedy career first took off in the 1980’s, frequently appearing on late-night talk shows and comedy specials.
He won two Daytime Emmy Awards for voicing a young version of himself in the animated series Life With Louie, and hosted Family Feud from 1999 to 2002. Most recently, he won an Emmy in 2016 for his performance in the FX series Baskets.
The KQ Morning Show and listeners brought the fun to Music City USA for the 2nd annual Live Broadcast and Listener Party in Nashville!
Hrbek discusses the Twins’ season and January’s Twins Fantasy Camp
“Christopher Walken” tells jokes, Tom talks about little Marky Rosen, Kent shares his “almost” road-trip to Florida Spring Training with Gary Gaetti, and how to win a free signed #14 Jersey, baseball and case of Killebrew Root Beer from Kent!
Kent Hrbek discusses the possibility of “robot umpires” and the great announcers like Harry Caray and Bob Casey
TMZ reports the comedian, actor and SNL alum, Norm Macdonald died on Tuesday after a long, private battle with cancer.
According to his team, Macdonald chose to handle his disease outside the public eye for nine years.
He was most proud of his comedy. He never wanted the diagnosis to affect the way the audience or any of his loved ones saw him, Producing Partner Lori Jo Hoekstra, via TMZ.
Cousin Sal from Jimmy Kimmel Live! show has executive produced a fantastic documentary on the 1986 World Series Champion New York Mets. It’s an ESPN 30 for 30 and screens over two nights. It goes deep into the craziness of the legends of that team and how they somehow had the baseball gods on their side, and Bill Buckner’s legs!