#9: Mitch Silpa

January 29, 2016

This week, Tim and Greg speak with Mitch Silpa, celebrated actor, comedian and writer.

Mr. Silpa speaks about growing up in Los Angeles, his road to The Groundlings, how he became a viral sensation with his David Blaine impressions, and what it was like to work in such films as The Heat, Bridesmaids and so much more.

Our genius hosts also talk about the Oregon Militia crisis, the Zika Virus and Donald Trump's latest headlines.

Find Mr. Silpa on Twitter @Silpatweets. Find him on Instagram @mitchsilpapics. Find Greg Nussen @GNussen. Find Tim @thetimmckernan. Find us @moronpodcast. Email us moronthatlaterpod@gmail.com

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#8: George Watsky

January 24, 2016

This week, Tim and Greg speak with George Watsky, celebrated author, slam poet and rapper.

Mr. Watsky speaks about growing up in San Francisco, performing on the Def Jam Poetry stage and his rapid rise in the rap world after his viral video on YouTube brought him to Ellen Degeneres.

You can find Mr. Watsky's music and info on his website at www.georgewatsky.com. Find him on Twitter @gwatsky.

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#7: Pete Zias

January 16, 2016

This week, Tim and Greg speak with Pete Zias (Friday Night With Crystal, The Groundling's Sunday Company), celebrated actor, writer, filmmaker and wig aficionado.

Mr. Zias talks about growing up in Pittsburgh, his ubiquitous character Crystal, the influence of Andy Warhol on his multi-media career, and how to successfully ward off Daryl Hannah.

You can find Mr. Zias on his YouTube channel here. You can find him on Twitter @petezias. You can find him on Instagram here.

You can find Mr. McKernan @thetimmckernan. You can find Mr. Nussen on his website www.gregnussen.com or @GNussen

You can find the show @moronpodcast. Email us at moronthatlaterpod@gmail.com.

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#6: Jane Austen

January 9, 2016

This week, Tim and Greg speak with Jane Austen (Amrita Dhaliwal, The Groundlings), celebrated English romantic novelist.

Ms. Austen talks about the world that inspires her novels, her true feelings about Anne Hathaway, and her obsession with the male figure.

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#5: Martha Stewart

December 16, 2015

This week, Tim and Greg speak with Martha Stewart (Ashley Hale, Upright Citizen's Brigade), celebrated chef, entertainer, entrepreneur, publisher, mafia boss and so much more.

Ms. Stewart talks about growing up in New Jersey, how she was inspired by her Polish ancestry, how she got involved in crime, and the five essential tips to hosting a holiday party.

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#4: Sam Pancake

December 9, 2015

This week, Tim and Greg speak with Sam Pancake (The Groundlings, Arrested Development, Kitchen Confidential, Will & Grace, Curb Your Enthusiasm and more), celebrated comedian, actor, improviser, and inventor of the breakfast food the pancake.

Mr. Pancake talks about growing up in West Virginia, how he got his start on the television show Wings, the difficulty in living down the fame of being the best waiter ever on Friends and how to make friends with The Hustle.

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#3: Drew Droege

November 30, 2015

This week, Tim and Greg speak with Drew Droege (Drunk History, Cocktails & Classics, Comedy Bang! Bang!, You're Killing Me, UCB's Freak Dance and more), celebrated comedian, actor, improviser, writer and timid novelist.

Mr. Droege speaks about growing up in North Carolina, how he transitioned from dramatic classics to modern-day comedy, and how his impression of Chloe Sevigny catapulted him to fame - all with the help of San Antonio Spurs' center (and fellow Wake Forest alum) Tim Duncan.

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#2: William Shakespeare

November 25, 2015

This week, Tim and Greg speak with William Shakespeare (Ross Bryant, The Improvised Shakespeare Company, Baby Wants Candy, Magic to Do), noted British playwright, poet and actor.

Mr. Shakespeare speaks about how he hustled to get his foot in the door, his controversial decision to only cast men in his productions and why he's now suddenly in Los Angeles. Then, he gives us an exclusive preview of his long awaited sequel to Love's Labour's Lost - Love's Labour's Won.

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#1: Alida Nugent

November 16, 2015

This week, Tim and Greg speak with Alida Nugent, author and creator of the-frenemy.com, who just released her second book, You Don't Have to Like Me.

Ms. Nugent speaks about her fast rise to the top of the writing world, how she found feminism as she got older, and what advice she might give a young artist.

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Pilot

October 3, 2015

A podcast where revolutionary artistic geniuses Greg Nussen and Tim McKernan interview--each other--and, in turn, are collectively interviewed by a "struggling" artist.

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