Matt and Andrew talk to director of the new film, "The Only Living Boy in New York, Marc Webb (500 Days of Summer, Spiderman 1 & 2, countless music videos) about shooting his movie in a tiny lower east side tenement style apartment, teaching water skiing at a Jewish overnight camp in Maine (PS He's not Jewish!) waking up before Starbucks opens, Keisha Cole's secret hard rock guilty pleasure, and what gives him "cinematic blue balls."
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Matt and Andrew talk to food artist and author Jessica Siskin (aka @Mister_Krisp on Instagram and Andrew's sister-in-law) about her new book, "Treat Yourself! How to Make 93 Ridiculously Fun No-Bake Crispy Rice Treats" available in book stores now, what she listens to while preparing her Rice Krispie Treat creations, the "Kathy Najimy" movie that inspired her viral Instagram handle, and how the band Phish has commodified FOMO.
Matt and Andrew talk to Sean Donnelly (comedian and host of the Defend Your Movie podcast) about what it's like to work as a doorman, whether "Rocky V" is a good movie, how to use a bathroom without being a customer, and the one TV show he watches every day.
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