Matthew Gray Gubler (Criminal Minds, new book Rumple Buttercup: A Story of Bananas, Belonging, and Being Yourself) talks with Chris about how they handle busy schedules, the time he did @midnight and his love of magic. He also talks about directing, working on Criminal Minds for 15 years and his new children's book Rumple Buttercup: A Story of Bananas, Belongings, and Being Yourself!
Moby returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about how he almost bought a bear skeleton once, how they respond to failure and their experiences quitting drinking. Moby also talks about how it can be hard to make better choices for yourself, they talk about veganism and his new memoir Then It Fell Apart!
Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks, ER, Dead to Me) chats with Chris about working on a sitcom in the 90's together, Linda talks about her time on Freaks and Geeks and they talk about the impressive list of shows she has been on. Linda also talks about coming from a large family, she tells a story about a piece of artwork she lost and they talk about her new show Dead to Me, on Netflix now!
Craig Ferguson #3
Craig Ferguson returns to the podcast for a third time! They talk about what Scotland is like, where they like to do standup and how Craig likes living a quieter life now. Craig also talks about when he decided to leave late night, what he learned from working so hard over the years and his new memoir Riding the Elephant, out May 7th!
Martin Kove (The Karate Kid, Rambo II) chats with Chris about how he needs a suit of armor in his house, what is was like working on The Karate Kid and what an impact it has made on other movies. They also talk about why his character of John Kreese is the way he is, he talks about his love of westerns and the new season of Cobra Kai!