Friday was a bittersweet day for Joey, Kurt and their guests, Jess Marie Garcia and Shak Ghacha. Proud of the series finale, which aired that day, and all the episodes that preceded it, but sad that the show was finally saying goodbye. The four friends got together and watched the finale with the rest of the West Coast audience and immediately recorded this podcast to share their feelings with you. Lots of reflections on the show's history. Lots of responses from fans' tweets. Hope you all enjoyed Liv and Maddie half as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you. And now, enjoy this podcast. Please hit Itunes with a great review and comments and pass it on to friends.
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The beauty of delivering a weekly podcast from the viewpoints of two men 23 years apart in age is that you never know what you're going to get. With differing schedules and responsibilities, it's hard to find the optimum time for comedic content. Most of the time, we get lucky and it just happens. No matter what we plan, though, the podcast always just becomes what it wants to become. This one is fun and short (for us), and a little bit punchy. On a rare week where both Kurt and Joey had a lot of business to take care of, plus Joey's quick trip to visit Audrey on set in Utah, we had little time to get a timely record in. And Joey was tired! Waaah. Millennials! Ugh. But I do applaud Joey for fighting through the exhaustion and producing a fun hour of conversation for your enjoyment. This week we dabble a little on the subject of College. It was supposed to be our reaction to "March Madness". But we veered off and discussed a list of potential regrets for people when they get older. Find out what our life priorities turn out to be. And email us about your regrets or experiences you've had that you would have regretted not having.
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Generation X had been referred to as the "slacker" generation, but now they are the bosses in many companies. Millennials, meanwhile, are the coddled generation of "participation trophies" and "orange slices". At least, for now. But Joey wants to break the mold in his stand-up career and stop slacking. He wants to put the hours in. He wants to make the effort. Or just book another TV series. Kurt will take whatever he can get while he contemplates driving for Lyft and selling organs to provide for his family.
Plus, the gentlemen discuss when it's appropriate to give up on life goals, when will Hollywood say "That's all we need of you, thanks" and should we start a 'Vision Board'. In fact, we want to hear what would be on your vision board! Email us at:
Also, hear our review of "Logan" (warning - SPOILERS) And which are the best Wolverine films?
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Hey Gang, it's a repeat episode! YAYYYY! well, it is pilot season and Joey and Kurt are having trouble coordinating schedules. SO, despite our best efforts, we are forced to put out an old episode. But boy, it is a GOODIE! We talk for over 2 hours with the wonderful Kali Rocha about everything and anything. We get goofy, we get serious, we get a little crazy. Such a blast talking to her. So if you haven't listened to it, it's new to you! If you have heard it already, re-discover the wonder that is The Dudes of Future/Past
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If you've been listening to this podcast for any period of time, you know that one of the many things Joey and Kurt have in common is that they can geek out with the best of 'em. So you can imagine how excited we were to get good friend, talented actor/dancer and grandpa-to-be, Al Coronel in the chicken coop to talk about his experience filming the last Wolverine film, Logan! No spoilers here, but you do get treated to some fun on-set hijinks, and a little audio from Hugh Jackman himself.
Plus we are treated to the lovely Christiana Leucas in studio as well. This beautiful and talented lady came along with her real-life love interest (Al) and their brand new, 6 week old French Bulldog pup, Maya. (Pictures on DoFPCAST insta) But you'll also want to take a look at the gorgeous Miss Leucas on her instagram page: @christianaleucas
We dive into Al & Christiana's relationship (They are also GenX/Millennial), Al's super transition from Marine to Dancer to Feature Film actor, and his impending grandfatherhood. Plus, we discuss the loss of the great Bill Paxton, whom Al recently had the pleasure of shooting with on "Training Day".
Follow Al Coronel on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @AlCoronel
and go see LOGAN in theaters today!