In this episode of The Bubble, the Clyde Brother's hang with old friend and bubble resident DJ, Jacob Kaplan. In town from the east coast for a foodie holiday, the three discuss their favorite television shows about food, how to properly use the Tinder App, and in the spirit of the great Larry David, they get some extra complaining done. Get to know the bros by getting to know one of their favorite friends, it's a good one.
The guys talk about hiding Easter eggs in their latest commercial and how their step-sister could be the worst impressionist ever! Actor Peter Vogt comes on as the guest to discuss topics from dogs vs cats, castings and salsa bars. Have you figured out how to get this podcast on your phone yet? In your car? Have you subscribed on iTunes? Well then do it.
It's been a while but the Clyde Brothers are back with a great new guest, Jim O'Heir from NBC's Parks and Recreation. The guys worked on an indie tv project with Jim recently and they hit it off. The show is a must listen as Jim kills them with kindness as well as his unusually large manhood which is apparently all the rage on the Parks and Rec set? It's just a great show and we hope you'll enjoy it.
That's right everyone. This week it's time to meet the other Clyde brother. Drew Clyde was in LA to join Ben and Rob at the Q Conference downtown. It's kinda like a Ted Talks type of thing. Anyway, they skipped an afternoon session to spend it with you. They introduced a new segment to the show called "Talking Points" and then went on to discuss the artistry of sandwich making among other riveting topics. Don't miss the Bubble this week. it's really good!
On the show this week is actor/comedian Jonathan Mangum. Jonathan is currently Wayne Brady's sidekick on Let's Make a Deal as well as numerous commercials, tv and films like The Bucket List with Jack Nicholson. The Clyde Brothers recently produced an indie tv-pilot that Jonathan starred in and co-wrote with former Bubble guest, Clare Sera. So they brought Jonathan in to talk about St. Patrick's Day in Chicago, game shows, paint balling and Lena Dunham's, ehem, breasts. "They're like an old friend that just won't leave." So load it up on your phone and listen during your drive into work today. It's time to drive into The Bubble.
This episode of the Bubble features friend and Hollywood sound editor, Russell Famarco and the guys talking everything Oscars. The host, the speeches, the winners, the losers and the "we saw your boobs" song. Was ARGO really the best? We now know Daniel Day Lewis is, right? Hang out a little bit with the Clyde Brothers and celebrate the Super Bowl of Hollywood, bubble-style.
With ten episodes under their belt, and a new year in front of them, the guys decided it was time to bring back their very first guest, actor, Kevin Linehan. So after a good discussion of Rob's Theory of Toilet Evolution (can't miss), the discussion gracefully led to super bowl commercials and airline pilots. It turned out to be super fun, funny, and really sarcastic and will leave you wanting more.
Compare this episode to Kevin's first time in the Bubble (episode 1). Have you subscribed yet? Do it baby. Do it.
Okay, it's been a while. But around Christmas time we recorded this super cool show in our brand new office with writer & comedian Clare Sera. We talk Christmas movies, Wayne Brady, Anne Hathaway and Scottish dads. We may have bashed Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer a little bit for being NOT very politically correct, but regardless of your convictions around the holidays, we are sure you will fall in love with a Clyde Brothers' Christmas edition of the Bubble.
Welcome. This week the Bubble takes on a slightly new format that proves to be a good idea and, well... Recorded on Election Day 2012, you'll hear plenty of juiciness from the guys about their experiences voting, McDonald's Playlands, Roseanne, and the can't miss "Poopapalooza." Guest Michael "Handsome" Costanza is the the founder of the World Dodgeball Society (www.dodgeball4ever.com). Rob & Ben joined Mike and some friends for the first pick up game of d-ball at the Hollywood Rec Center which eventually led to Rob's professional dodgeball career. Now ten years later, Costanza is the "Heff" of a community of dodgeballers that are taking over the world one nut shot at a time.
Yes. Yes, you got it. That's him. Michael Urie is the "gay guy from Ugly Betty." He loves it when you say that, right? But listen, after attending a live taping of his new hit CBS show "Partners," the Clyde Bros are convinced that Michael Urie will be household name very soon. Well, worst case he'll be the "gay guy from Partners." Together in this edition of The Bubble, the guys take a cool inside-look at what it takes to make a partnership work in business and in life. Listen, subscribe to and share this week's episode of The Bubble...