Sunday, May 20, 2018

Episode 127 - Food Addiction, Murder, and Solo

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On today's episode, Austin Grant and I sat down to catch up on what we've been up to the last few weeks.

Tim and Austin at the Solo: A Star Wars Story World Premier Red Carpet

On this episode, Austin and I talk about his new art endeavors, attending the World Premier of Solo: A Star Wars Story, blood covering Hollywood Blvd, food addictions, Austin's weird audition, San Diego Comic-Con planning, and more.


Tim checking out the Millennium Falcon on the Solo: A Star Wars Story Red Carpet


One of Austin's latest pieces. He's currently working on a Universal Monster Collection


Austin is a huge Utah Jazz fan and drew this portrait of the Jazz's breakout star, Donovan Mitchell.

We have a lot of things coming up, including the launch of our new sketch channel with recently debuted the first sketch, Avengers: Xfinity War. Stay tuned for our SDCC announcements, as well as new merchandise and projects we're involved with. 

Thank you for your support!

Enjoy the episode. 






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Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Episode 126 - Here's Jonny

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On today's episode Austin and I sat down with our good friend, Jonny Byrne!

Austin, Tim and Jonny at Lake Hollywood

Jonny came to LA to escape the icy tundra that is he calls home, Chicago. It was so great to have Jonny in town and be able to show in around the city. We journeyed up to Lake Hollywood to record this episode.


Austin, Tim and Jonny at UCB


Jonny with Bobby Moynihan at UCB following Asssscat

We talked to Jonny about his experience in Los Angeles, going to UCB, meeting Bobby Moynihan, going to Groundlings and meeting Jim Rash, living in Chicago, Second City, and more! We also gave some play by play of the ridiculously stupid girls right out our window that decided to pose for pictures on top of their Mustang convertible under the Hollywood Sign.


Tim and Jonny at Second City Hollywood


Tim and Jim Rash at The Groundlings

We had such a great time with Jonny while he was here visiting. Hopefully we will have him back here in LA sooner than later. If you're in Chicago, make sure to look for Jonny performing and check out his new improv group, Cult Movie Improv. 

Thanks for joining us Jonny! 

Enjoy the episode. 





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Sunday, April 29, 2018

Episode 125 - NerdMelt Forever

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Today's episode of the podcast is a special episode. This is the audio from the NerdMelt Farewell interviews I filmed last month. 




I had so many incredible people join me for this. On this episode you will hear: Matt Mira, Sarah Silverman, April Richardson, Kyle Clark, Hannah Kyle Crichton, Beowulf Jones, Zac Mckeever, Danielle Kramer, Aaron Baker, Nolan Fabricius, Julia Prescott, Samee Junio, Caitlin Durante, Matt Burnside, Jenny Chalikian, Ed Salazar, Aristotle Acevedo, Katie Levine, and Dave Kloc.


Tim and Matt Mira at NerdMelt


Tim and Sarah Silverman at NerdMelt

The Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown Comics was a place comics across Los Angeles called home. Fans came in from around the country to see shows at NerdMelt and shop at Meltdown Comics. On March 30th, 2018, the place we called home came to a close.


The Nerdtern Family Picture at the Final Show on March 30, 2018.

So many incredible people had a part in making this place magical since it first opened as NerdMelt on April 2, 2011. We found out 9 days before closing that we were in our last week of shows. I spent 5 of those days reaching out to everybody I possibly could to sit down and share their memories with me for this video. I was amazed at how eager everybody was to be a part of this.


As the light goes out on Sunset, an era comes to an end...


The sign coming down


A huge thanks to every comedian and member of the NerdMelt family that took the time to rush over to NerdMelt in the final days to film this with me. You can watch the fill video below.

We miss you NerdMelt and Meltdown Comics. 

Thanks for the memories.

Enjoy the episode.

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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Episode 124 - Literally, Literally

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On today's episode, Austin and I sat down and caught up on what we have been doing for the last month.

Literally, Austin can't stop saying, Literally. 

When we recorded this episode, Austin was getting ready to head back to Salt Lake City for the premier of "Trek" which is in theaters now. So if you're in Utah, get out there and support Austin and this film.


Austin is currently starring in the film, "Trek". 

On the episode we talked about Austin's premier prep and going to Utah, NerdMelt and Meltdown Comics closing, Tim's Buzzfeed video release, McDonald's treating people terribly, Bill Hader almost dying from almond milk, Austin can't stop saying "literally", and so much more. 

It's always great to catch up with Austin when our schedules get busy. If you're in Salt Lake City, get out and see "Trek" and stay tuned for a lot of fun projects that both of us have going on. Follow us on the social media sites below!

Enjoy the episode. 






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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Episode 123 - LIVE from the Paley Fest Blue Carpet feat. The Orville & Mom Casts

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On today's episode, I am coming to you LIVE from the Blue Carpet at the 2018 Paley Festival in Los Angeles.


Today's guests are cast members from the hit shows "The Orville" and "Mom". Paley Fest took place at the Dolby Theater, and it was such an honor to be a part of this year's fesitvities. Aside from our carpet interviews, I also had the oppotunity to attend screenings and panels for "The Good Doctor" and "Queen Sugar".



Cast members that joined me were: Peter Macon, Mark Jackson, Rico Anderson, and Penny Johnson Jerald from "The Orville", and Jamie Pressly and Beth Hall from "Mom". While I did get a moment with Allison Janney, sadly she had to get to the panel and couldn't do an interview. I talked to the casts about their roles on the show, preparring for their roles, their careers, acting advice and more. 

Tim on the Paley Fest Blue Carpet

Tim on the Paley Fest Blue Carpet waiting to talk to the cast of "The Orville". 

A huge thanks to the Paley Center for allowing me to be a part of this years festival. It was such an honor. If you haven't checked out "The Orville" or "Mom", I would highly suggest watching both. Thanks to the casts of both shows for taking the time to talk to me as well. 

See you next year, Paley Fest! 

Enjoy the episode. 




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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Episode 122 - David Howard

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On today's episode, we have screenwriter David Howard!

David Howard

David is best know for writing the hit film, "Galaxy Quest", and his new film "Trek" hits theaters in April. Austin also stars in "Trek", and it was great to hear some of Austin's experiences on the film as well. 

If you haven't seen "Galaxy Quest", make it a point to see it NOW!

Austin on the poster for "Trek". See the trailer for "Trek" below. 

We talked with David about the current state of film and television, growing up in Arizona, getting involved with writing "Trek", how he came up with "Galaxy Quest" and how it ended up getting made, pitching to networks, and so much more. 

David with Tim and Austin following the episode. 

A huge thanks to David Howard for taking the time to join us on this episode, and thanks to Austin for getting this set up. Make sure to go see "Trek" when it opens in a city near you. See the trailer for "Trek" below.


Thanks, David!

Enjoy the episode.


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Sunday, March 4, 2018

Episode 121 - 2018 Oscars Picks

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Happy Oscar Sunday, everybody! Today's episode is our annual Oscars picks episode.


Austin Grant and I sat down at The Dolby Theater in Hollywood, home of the Oscars, to record our annual Oscar episode and make our picks on all 24 of the categories.


Tim and Austin at the Dolby Theater getting ready to record the episode

We loved so many of these films and nominees this year. There of course were a few that we didn't care for, and some we were shocked weren't nominated. I go on a bit of a rant in regards to one entertainment reporters stupid opinion on some snubs, but hey, it's his stupid opinion. Cleary I've gotten over it at this point. As always, there are a few categories where you might wonder why we picked who we picked, even though we know it may not be the favorite. We have our reasons, but you'll have to listen to the episode to them find out!


We hope you have a great time watching the 90th Oscars TONIGHT on ABC, hosted by one of our personal favorites, Jimmy Kimmel. Austin and I will have a recap on an upcoming episode about our Oscar night and more in a few weeks. Enjoy the show! 

Here is the complete list of all of our picks. 

Category
Tim
Austin
Best Picture
Three Billboards
Three Billboards
Best Actor
Gary Oldman
Gary Oldman
Best Actress
Frances McDormand
Frances McDormand
Best Supporting Actor
Sam Rockwell
Sam Rockwell
Best Supporting Actress
Allison Janney
Allison Janney
Best Director
Greta Gerwig
Greta Gerwig
Animated Feature
Coco
Coco
Animated Short
Dear Basketball
Dear Basketball
Adapted Screenplay
Call Me By Your Name
Call Me By Your Name
Original Screenplay
Get Our
Three Billboards
Cinematography
The Shape Of Water
The Shape Of Water
Documentary Feature
Last Men In Aleppo
Last Men In Aleppo
Documentary Short
Heroin(e)
Heroin(e)
Live Action Short
The Eleven O’Clock
The Eleven O’Clock
Foreign Film
The Insult
The Insult
Film Editing
Dunkirk
 Dunkirk
Sound Editing
Dunkirk
Dunkirk
Sound Mixing
Dunkirk
Dunkirk
Production Design
Blade Runner 2049
Blade Runner 2049
Original Score
Dunkirk
Dunkirk
Original Song
This Is Me
This Is Me
Makeup and Hair
The Darkest Hour
The Darkest Hour
Costume Design
Phantom Thread
Phantom Thread
Visual Effects
Blade Runner 2049
Blade Runner 2049



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