GBBP 119: Lisa Loeb

This week, we’re chatting with one of the most recognizable faces of 90s pop: Lisa Loeb. Seriously, her songs “Stay (I Missed You)” (video directed by Ethan Hawke!), “I Do,” and “Do You Sleep?” will basically time warp you back to the mid 90s. However, stopping there would be selling her short. Criminally so.

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GBBP 115: Nicole Perlman

Perlman burst onto the scene as cowriter of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.’ She’s also cowriter on ‘Captain Marvel’; cowriting (with Alex Hirsch!) ‘Detective Pikachu,’ a Pokemon feature film; writer on the ‘Gamora’ ongoing comic from Marvel; and is attached to the upcoming “Hasbro Cinematic Universe” films. And that’s just what she can talk about.

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GBBP 114: Dee Wallace

This week on the show, we chat with Dee Wallace about her career, ‘Cujo,’ ‘E.T.,’ her role on the Amazon Original ‘Just Add Magic,’ which film she’s proudest of, breaking new ground as one of the first single mothers depicted in film, her own mother, and much more.

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GBBP 113: Steve Burns

We talk with Steve Burns about ‘Foreverywhere,’ the legacy of ‘Blue’s Clues,’ his experiences on the show, how he handled the potential pressure of teaching and inspiring millions of kids, and – perhaps the most pressing question of all – how on Earth did Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper conceive Paprika??

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GBBP 102: Cecil Baldwin

Today on the show, we travel to that strangest of small desert towns, Night Vale. Cecil Baldwin is the narrator and voice of the community radio station, keeping us all up to date on the Sheriff’s Secret Police, the latest sightings of the glow cloud, the mysterious hooded figures, and the ever-changing roster of station interns. And the dog park.

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GBBP 100: Brad Meltzer

100 episodes. I kind of can’t believe it. I mean…I can. I know how much work it took to get to this point, but it’s still pretty remarkable. So it was an absolute thrill when we realized how fortuitous this episode would be. Episode 100. Election Day. Brad Meltzer. It’s all kinds of perfect.

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GBBP 99: Julie Newmar

On the show today, we chat with Catwoman herself, Julie Newmar. Julie has had a long and storied career, but she is perhaps most well known as the woman who originated the role of Catwoman for the small screen on the first two seasons of ‘Batman.’ And boy did she ever set a precedent.

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GBBP 90: Clark Gregg

Today, we’re just thrilled to bring you our conversation with Clark Gregg: the one and only Agent Phil Coulson. If you’re a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe or ‘Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD,’ then Clark certainly doesn’t need an introduction. He’s played the character in four films, numerous shorts, several animated series, and four seasons of the show.

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GBBP 89: John Jackson Miller

Today, we’re chatting with John Jackson Miller, who has written for some of the biggest geek franchises ever. On this episode, we talk about his career, the similarities and differences in working for the different ‘Star Wars’ “regimes,” the ‘Star Trek’ ‘Prey’ trilogy, the challenges in writing for established franchises, and his personal writing routines and habits.

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