The Night Time Show
The Night Time Show
A top rated comedy podcast where comedians Stephen Kramer Glickman, Matt Walker, Mike Black, and Mike Glazer interview influential people, comedy gurus, and award winning artists. Tune in for entertaining celebrity stories and secret behind-the-scenes dirt straight from Hollywood.
Our guest has not one, but TWO Netflix specials coming out today, or should that be dos? Felipe Esparza stops by and tells us about his start in comedy, being a crack dealer for 3 hours, how he was winning roast battles before he knew what standup was, what it's like to work on The Eric Andre Show, why Gallagher once punched his burrito, and how he managed to film two specials on back to back nights- one in English and uno en Espanol. We haven't laughed this hard since before the lockdown, so sit back and enjoy Felipe Esparza killing on...EL SHOW DE LA NOCHE! (THE NIGHT TIME SHOW)
Woah, Stephen. Your podcast guest's cute. Shut up Matt. Remember when she was a senior and we were freshmen? We bring all you Wyld Stallyns fans an interview with Amy Stoch, who plays Missy, Bill's hot stepmom across the Bill & Ted trilogy. Find out how she got the part, what happened when she found out a third film was coming, and why Carl Reiner jumped in the bushes when directing her in Summer School. Be excellent to each other when listening to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
What do you do when you find out your parent is a supervillain? If you're Rhenzy Feliz, you run away and then star on a hit Marvel TV series about it. You might also want to appear on Teen Wolf, and then co-star in a movie alongside Carol Burnet for Netflix. He's having a good life. Find out why you shouldn't blow off school until you've started shooting, what it's like to work with legends, and why you shouldn't date your co-stars. It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Whose podcast is it anyway? When you get Colin Mochrie to call in, it's his. Find out about why Ryan Stiles is hard to get ahold of, how Drew Carey convinced ABC to run the show, what it's like to have to be "on" all the time, and how "the other" is the man we know, while his wife knows the real Colin, what it's like to perform at the White House, and why it's hard to make fun of Aisha Tyler. You'll also hear a classic story from Stephen about how his roommate dealt with him being hard to live with. Quick, someone give me a suggestion for a show title? How about...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Acting and bagpipes and giraffes, oh my! This podcast has it all when we talk with Rebecca Metz, who you've seen on Better Things, Shameless, and Coop and Cami Ask the World, among other things. We learn that Rebecca went to college with Matt where they attended the same Ramones concert, why Pamela Adlon is the best person to work for, the differences between Nickelodeon and Disney, and why Stephen really shouldn't work with animals. You won't find any things better than this podcast, it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Glickman, Glickman. You listen to Nacho. This loyalty that you have for your friends, it's rare in this business. But someday, it's gonna get you killed. But not by the ultimate Latin Lover himself, Luis Guzmán, because he couldn't be more gracious. He indulged our questions about his start in the business and stepping in Don Johnson's light on the set of Miami Vice, working on Pluto Nash, a terrific prank from the set of Waiting, why Australia is a terrifying place, why he's the worst Grand Theft Auto player of all time, and how living upstairs from the set of Batteries Not Included was the perfect set experience, but he didn't tell us how Adebisi kept his hat on his head on Oz, so that will remain a secret for now. It's a fascinating interview with a terrific actor; it's the kind that makes you stick your dick in the mashed potatoes while listening to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Stephen! You've got to come back with me! Where? Back to the podcast studio! We have Lea Thompson all ready to do an interview. We can ask her all about sex scenes in Howard the Duck, wiping out on water skis during Jaws 3D, and of course, Back to the Future. Is anything off limits in the interview? Did they set any rules? Rules? Where we're going we don't need rules. Let's get back to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
One hundred seventy seven podcasts have passed. Once again, it is time for a new guest to emerge from the darkness. Throughout time, the interviews have changed, but the prize has always remained the same: the greatest podcast on the Internet. And we have the greatest comic book creator and toy maker working today, Todd McFarlane on the podcast for you. Find out about what happened when the seven biggest creators in the business teamed up to form Image Comics, why Justin Turner would make a great action figure, and how buying baseballs for millions of dollars wasn't *really* about buying baseballs. And so the game has begun again. After one hundred seventy seven podcasts, a new guest takes center stage, preparing for the great battle on...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
A tisk-it a task-it, I'll go tit for tat with anybody who's talking "this shit, that shit." Chris Kirkpatrick, you can get your ass kicked, but not until after you've appeared on our podcast. Oh no, this podcast *does* feature Chris Kirkpatrick, talking all things N'SYNC, including dancing in ski boots, why goggles are a great fashion accessory, and why he regrets kicking Pat O'Brien in the balls. Let's hope POB doesn't get his revenge. You know what looks like a job for me? Listening to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
If you decided to listen to two podcasts a day, you'd be done with our back catalog in about 90 days, which is as long as you have in the country to get married if you're here on a K-1 visa. I don't think either of our guests is going to wind up here on one, but they're both fun to talk to. We've got the husband of Baby Girl Lisa, Usman Sojaboy, who tells us all about life in Nigeria, why goats are good gifts, and how he sees himself fitting in to the music scene in America. Then Stephen has a discussion with Varya, where she reveals her thoughts when she showed up on Geoffrey's doorstep, only to see him with Mary. If these names mean nothing to you, go binge watch 90 Day Fiance Before the 90 Days and then listen to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Stephen, who would totally dab on the way down if he ever fell into the Grand Canyon, asked Robbie Amell to be on the podcast, and we can't believe he fell for it. So we got to talk with the most handsome man to appear on the podcast in years about Amazon's Upload, True Jackson VP, The Flash, Code 8, and more! Make sure you know where your hard drive is so you can download and give a 5 star rating to the latest episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Finding a great interview to listen to during this quarantine is like when you find the perfect condiment to match your hair. Is this episode shorter than you expected? Perhaps. Is it fatter? no comment. Put down those roadside weeds pretending to be flowers and put on your headphones, because we have the one and only Big Ed on the show this week. Find out more about how he connected with Rosemarie on Facebook, what they saw in each other, and what he thinks of the Internet's reaction to him on this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
He may be synthetic, but he's definitely not stupid. We're talking about the incredible Lance Henriksen, who has been in some of the greatest films and shows anyone has ever seen. Hear all about how he recognized that James Cameron was a genius even when working on Piranha 2, why his dream role is to play a potter, why being covered in dots is part of the video game making process, and what Steven Spielberg was like when he found out he was wealthy. Whether you're a human or an artificial person, it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
She dressed like a barbie in a pink dress, and we weren't able to resist interviewing Chloe Veitch, the breakout star of the latest Netflix hit, Too Hot To Handle. Find out all about how she wound up on the show, what it was *really* like while filming, what she thinks of her castmates, and you'll even learn about the latest entry into the dictionary of Chloe. You've now got the green light to listen to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Everyone sounds like Meryl Streep with a gun to their head. And one person who seems intimidating enough to put a gun to your head is Jonathan Banks, who is best known as Mike Ehrmantraut on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Find out how a high school teacher shamed him into auditioning for a play to start his acting career, why an offhand remark on set may have set the wheels in motion for Mike's backstory, and all about Rhea Seehorn helping Bob Odenkirk in becoming a dog grandfather after filming in the desert. We all make our choices, and those choices they put us on a road. And sometimes those choices seem small but they put you on the road. You think about getting off but eventually, you're back on it. And your road leads directly to you listening to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Find out what Stephen Kramer Glickman, Mike Black, and Matt Walker have been up to during the safer at home era. Find out why every horse in the world should be scared of Stephen, why Matt dreads going back to open mics when this is all over, and how Mike has been preparing for this his entire life. Listen in to the quarantine edition of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
If you've got five hundred twenty-five thousand, six hundred minutes to spare, you should listen to this interview with Adam Pascal, star of Rent on Broadway and on film. It only takes about five hundred twenty-five thousand, six hundred nanoseconds for Matt to turn it into a Star Trek conversation, but that's because Adam also wants to live long and prosper. Find out how going to school with Idina Menzel led to his Broadway career, why he didn't actually care about getting the role, and how tragedy was partially responsible for the success of Rent. The end of the month is coming up, and instead of sitting around wondering how you gonna pay, how you gonna pay, how you gonna pay next month's rent, sit around and listen to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
SCOOOOOTTTTT!!!!! I bet you read that in Mindy Sterling's voice, and no one yells quite like she does when playing Frau Farbissina in the Austin Powers trilogy. Find out all about how she got that part, what it was like staring out in Hollywood on Perfect Strangers and Family Matters, teaching improv to tons of your favorite actors, and who her (now) famous babysitter was. Send in the fembots, because it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Hey brah! We got Doug Sweetland, Stephen's director in the animated hit Storks on the show. How you like me now? Hah manah manah? He also worked on Finding Nemo, Toy Story 2, and Monsters Inc., which is totally true, just like my girlfriend who lives in Canada and is not made up at all. What, too much Pigeon Toady? Sorry, thought we were vibing. OK brah, it's time to listen to...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
We classed up this joint when we visited the home of the one and only Eric Braeden, who played Victor Newman on The Young and the Restless for 40 years. We started with a Shakespearean monologue, then transitioned into learning to curse in English while moving furniture. Find out about moving from parking cars to playing Nazis on TV, all while playing soccer on the weekends in league helmed by Matt's father. You'll also hear my new favorite Aretha Franklin story of all time and how he almost died on the set of Titanic. If you don't listen to this episode, we may have you kidnapped and replaced by a lookalike who is a Peruvian drug lord, so strap in, it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
It's always fun when we get to hang out with Liz Katz, doubly so when it's at Los Angeles Comic Con. If she's not your favorite cosplayer, you're wrong. Find out what goes on in the life of a world famous cosplay model, actress, Borderlands voice over artist, and all around bad ass. You'll learn about Mike Black's impending toypocalypse, why Glazer is going to weed heaven, why Matt was the biggest nerd at all of comic con, and what film Glickman spent his Big Time money on. Now go press start on this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
At San Diego Comic Con we were running around like chickens with their heads cut off, which made it ideal that we were able to interview Alexandre Philippe, whose first film was about a chicken with its head cut off. We talked about his new film Memory: The Origins of Alien, why chestbursters were so terrifying to men in 1979, and how Legion M helps filmmakers create cool things for niche audiences that they may not otherwise be able to make. It's not game over, man, until you listen to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
I don't want to grow up, I'm a NECA kid! We sat down to talk toys with the Production Supervisor of Product Development at National Entertainment Collectibles Association, Stefan Folkins, from the TCL Chinese Theatre in San Diego during Comic Con. Stephen and Mike Black share their obsession with toy collecting, while Matt makes fun of them as always. Learn about the ins and outs of using tiny furniture for dioramas, how many Predator figures you need to buy to complete your collection, and why you can now thank someone for being your toyfriend. It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
We're not even supposed to be here today! But we came in and sat down with Brian O'Halloran and Marilyn Ghigliotti, best known as Dante and Veronica in Kevin Smith's films. You'll learn everything you could want to know about Clerks, including why they had gum in the lock on the shutters, what the original ending was supposed to be, how shaving Brian's goatee makes him anonymous, and about Matt's tangential relationship to the movie. There's a million fine looking podcasts in the world. But they don't all bring you lasagna to work. Most of them just cheat on you. But not this one- that's why you need to listen to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Podcast listener, you have selected briefcase #15- when it comes to this podcast episode...Listen, or No Listen? I suggest you pick listen, since we have International model and former briefcase #15 holder on Deal or No Deal, Madi Teeuws. Find out how to pronounce that name (and why the former Los Angeles Rams are responsible), what it was like being on the reprise of a legendary game show, and why Stephen and Matt will never have a beauty pass. So I ask again...Listen, or No Listen? LISTEN...to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Aw man, we interviewed Marvin in the face. Well, face to face might be a better way of saying it, but Pulp Fiction's Marvin, Futurama's Hermes, Big Time Rush's Hawk, and an as of yet undisclosed character on The Mandalorian, Phil LaMarr joined us at San Diego Comic Con to discuss his career, why comic con is worth attending, and disclose Stephen's street address. If you like anything cool whatsoever, he's probably been involved in some way. Don't miss this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Michael Uslan changed the entertainment industry, ushering in an era of film making that has dominated the box office for decades. Hear the story of how Batman went from the pages of comic books to a faithful film adaptation, why it took a decade to make happen, what standing up to a dean at Indiana University has to do with it, and why he's Batman's Batman. You wanna get nuts? C'mon. Let's get nuts on this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Gamblers all have some crazy stories, but it's rare that they're also great storytellers. Vince Van Patten, however, *is* a great storyteller and has stories about crazy side bets that grew to tens of thousands of dollars before his card game would even start. What's it like to go from child stardom to the world of pro tennis, then on to professional gambler? This episode reveals all, just like the cameras that show you the cards on the table when watching poker on TV. Stephen, Matt, and Vince talking gambling are definitely three of a kind on this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
The word "legend" is thrown around a lot these days, but the guests we assembled for this panel at LA Comic-Con truly embody the word. Each of them made a significant impact on Disney, Nickelodeon, and the world of animation at large. Floyd Norman started his career at Disney in the 1950, Tom Sito helped craft the Disney animation Renaissance of the 90s, Cheryl Chase was there at the dawn of Nickelodeon with the birth of Ren and Stimpy, and Oscar Nominated Director Doug Sweetland started at Pixar in the early days of Toy Story. Pull out your sketch pad and get animated with this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Out of paper? Out of stock? There's friendly faces around the block. Break loose from the chains that are causing you pain! Call Stephen, Matt, Mike, Sarah, and Glazer for your business paper needs! Dunder Mifflin: the people person's paper people! Yes that's right, The Night Time Show has SIX cast members from The Office on this weeks episode! Stanley, Meredith, Phyllis, Creed, Kevin, and Oscar join us on stage for the Office cast reunion at Los Angeles Comic Con in front of thousands of people. We loved recording this and we hope you enjoy listening to it! Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast and share share share...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
I think music sounds the same no matter who you listen to it with, but Logan Henderson disagrees, which is why he sang Music Sounds Better With You for our live audience at the Dynasty Typewriter. He also sang Pull Me Deep, which sounds like what Jaws does when he gets a hold of your leg. Well, whatever it means, it sounded great, even without you there. Get ready for Logan Henderson on THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Damn it Jerry! Or is it Terry? Larry? Gary? Who even knows at this point? Jim O'Heir, that's who knows. He joins us and discusses his time on Parks and Recreation, reveals why Star Trek enabled him to sell his condo, why winning an Emmy ruined his night, and why Amy Poehler is the best friend any actor could have. OK, we admit it- when it comes to the interview, it was just farts. It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
We're vying for the belt as the Intercontinental podcast champion with this interview featuring one...two...three cast members from the Netflix hit, GLOW. Britt Baron, Jackie Tohn, and Britney Young bodyslam us with facts and stories right from the set. Find out why they all thought they were getting fired on day one on this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
A great deal of time and care go into the production of a fine podcast, just as they go into the making of a fine cartoon. Maurice LaMarche has an incredible voice - smooth, flavorful, delicious. Maurice's voice sounds so good because he handles it with such care. While he joined us and discussed his career a few months ago, you'll find that what Stephen Glickman himself said nearly a week ago is still true today: We will publish no podcast before its time.
Hey, Jealousy is unbecoming just because you missed out on attending this performance by Robin Wilson and Jesse Valenzuela of the Gin Blossoms on our live show. We find out what their career has been like, where the name comes from, how they got started, and they played two songs for our live audience. Subscribe to the show and follow us on social media so you can come to the Hollywood Improv and say to us, "Found Out About You doing this show on Instagram." It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie (who is well on her way to legendary status) joined us on our live show at the Hollywood Improv to talk about all things movies, their film festival MaltinFest, what writing about bad movies is like, and their podcast, Maltin on Movies. We can only hope that they didn't give a BOMB rating to this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Steven Weber managed to get off of Nantucket and find his way to the Hollywood Improv for a really fun interview. He told us all about the honor that it is to work for Mel Brooks, what it was like being on the most ubiquitous sitcom on the 1990s, and how Netflix is exposing his latest show to a new audience. It was late at night when we interviewed him, but the words "too tired" aren't in his vocabulary, and shouldn't be in yours either when it comes time to listen to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
What the fuck is the Internet? The Internet is a communication tool used the world over where people can come together to bitch about movies and share The Night Time Show's interview with Jason Mewes with one another.That's right, we have Jay himself talking about the upcoming Jay and Silent Bob reboot, why he was happy to get a casting offer from Stephen Glickman 15 years ago, and what it's like touring as a storyteller.It's time to kick back, drink some beers, and listen to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Leeanna Vamp is the ghoul of your dreams and we were lucky to sit down with her for a very spooky interview at Florida's Megacon. This model/actress/writer/producer is the creator of The Fiends and her frightful kids show Let's Get Spooky. You'll find out how she went from paying to go to conventions to getting paid to attend them, why she owes her marriage to MySpace, and what it's like having a traditional family while posting hot photos on Instagram. Leeanna Vamp opens up her crypt and bares her soul in this rare interview on...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Stan Lee? Jack Kirby? Bob Kane? No legend is off limits when you are talking with legendary artist Neal Adams. We sat down with Neal in his booth at Flordia's Megacon, and asked everything you want to know about bringing the X-Men together, taking Batman seriously, why classical art is boring, and how he changed the comic book industry forever. If you love Marvel and DC, you'll hear all about their early days on this episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Marvel's Avengers Endgame, Jurassic World, Iron Man 3, War of the Worlds, Insidious.... every film Ty Simpkins does is enormous! From a very young age, he has been killing the game by starring in blockbuster films, but now on the heels of one of the most financially successful films in history, what will he do next? We got to sit down and chat with Ty about what his plans are, why working on a horror film as a child is terrifying, how Stephen wants to ruin Annie, why Matt's going to get hate mail from people Ty has auditioned against, and what it was like to be at Iron Man's funeral. It's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Internet sensations don't often make appearances on shows such as ours, so we were excited to get to talk to the McClure family, including Ami, Justin, Ava, and Alexis. You'll find out what they'd like to do when they grow up, what their favorite colors are, how the 5-year-olds would solve the crisis in the Middle East, and you can hear in Stephen's voice what it's like to have small children mock you for having fewer Instagram followers than they do. Stop listening to Baby Shark with your kids and have them check out THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Parker Lewis Can't Lose, and you can't either when you listen to this 90 minute interview with Parker Lewis himself, Corin Nemec. Get the inside scoop on attending high school in Hollywood with other teen actors, how Parker Lewis changed his life, how Parker Lewis changed Stephen Glickman's life, and how much fun it is to be splattered in blood when filming a gory horror movie. Let's synchronize watches and meet back here as soon as this episode is over. It's THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
The man, the myth, the legend himself, Bruce Vilanch made a triumphant return to our humble show. He is a legendary storyteller, and you don't want to miss him revealing the greatest joke that never made it on the air at the Oscars, what it was like writing the first ever appearance of KISS on television, and how the Star Wars Holiday Special came together. The award for the funniest podcast guest goes to...Bruce Vilanch on THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Tara Strong, who we all know and love for her work in just about every animated show of the last 20 years, wanted to wish a special happy birthday to Stephen. We talked about Bronys, Power Puff Girls, and Teen Titans. Go listen to this episode to hear a special surprise treat- Khary Payton, Tara's co-star on Teen Titans Go stopped by as well, and it led to some crazy moments. Twilight Sparkle would want you to drop whatever you're doing and listen to THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
One half of the music powerhouse Aly and AJ, AJ Michalka stopped by to discuss her hit show Schooled, and wowed us with her amazing take on Janice Joplin. Learn all about what it's like to grow up on screen, how she found out she was the star of her new show, and what's new with her music career. Stay tuned for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Robert Hays is on The Night Time Show? Surely you must be joking! I'm not joking, and don't call me Shirley. We get the scoop on all things Airplane, including how Chevy Chase almost had the part before Robert was cast. We also surprise him with a clip from his greatest athletic achievement, with his performance on Battle of the Network Stars. Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop listening to podcasts, because it's time for THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
What a wonderful day at Wondercon! Stephen Glickman hosted the ASIFA panel with "The Greatest Voices in Animation," featuring wonderful stories from Daniel Ross (Starscream, Donald Duck), Bill Farmer (Goofy, Pluto), David Sobolov (Drax the Destroyer, Blitzwing), Debi Derryberry (Jimmy Neutron, Draculaura), Julie Nathanson (Samantha Maxis, Scarlett Turner), and E.G. Daily (Buttercup, Spider-Woman). Thank you to ASIFA-Hollywood vice-president David Derks for making this possible.
Hold me, or give me your Affirmation that driving from Santa Monica to the Hollywood Improv to see our live show with Darren Hayes was Truly, Madly, Deeply the best decision you could have made. I Want You to know that The Best Thing about the show was about A Thousand Words he said on stage before singing for us. "I'll Bet He Was Cool," you're thinking, and yes, he sure was all the way To the Moon & Back. I Don't Know You Anymore if you don't just sit back and enjoy this episode of...THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!
Doug Jones is an actor that embodies the characters he plays, and has done more films in creature makeup than just about anyone. In this interview he tells us about how having a business card led to working for Guillermo del Toro, why moths aren't meant to be in your mouth, how he ended up goosing Ron Perlman on the set of Hellboy, and gives us the scoop on the latest from Star Trek: Discovery. All this and more on the latest episode of THE NIGHT TIME SHOW!