Ted Schilowitz has a pretty fun job: He gets to analyze and imagine what moviegoers want to see in the future when they go to the movies.
We stop by an exhibit featuring artist and designer Neil Mendoza's work, including his magical hamster machine, and talk about what happens when digital technology meets mechanical objects.
Anthony Carboni might be an award-winning podcaster, but to us, he's simply a cool guy doing cool stuff.
The former "Star Trek" actor talks about the new Bridge Crew VR game, being recognized for "Community" and the possibility of Reading Rainbow in virtual reality.
Kanye West is definitively not a Lannister, because he hasn't paid his $300 debt to our guest, writer/comedian Jensen Karp.
There's one question Jackie Kashian can't stand when doing press for her comedy work -- can you guess what it is?
We welcome Blake Wexler to the show, and discuss his career as a stand-up comedian (and why you shouldn't hang around cats before you record an album).
We found kindred spirits in Katie and Andy from The Mowgli's, so we sat down to discuss being good humans and how they use social media to keep in touch with family and fans alike.
If you were as surprised as we were to see Ryan Reynolds make a Deadpool cameo in this week's "Honest Trailers," you'll enjoy our interview with the series' creator Andy Signore.
Technically Incorrect: What does it tell us about the election -- and about humanity -- when some people don't even want to admit out loud they're Trump supporters? Or is there something else going on?