He’s a multiple world champion pro wrestler, lead singer of Fozzy, and a New York Times best-selling author. Listen in as Chris Jericho interviews some of the biggest names in wrestling, entertainment, comedy, and the paranormal. Don’t miss his unique, engaging, weekly take on all things pop culture.
The True Secrets Of The Illuminati
The mysterious Isaac Weishaupht runs https://illuminatiwatcher.com, and explains who they are, what they want, and how they plan to achieve their ultimate goal. He talks about the suspected celebrity illuminati members and why they “hide” in plain sight, the everyday symbols that really serve as subliminal messages from the illuminati, and the importance of the number 666. Isaac speaks to the Star Wars, Rolling Stones, aliens, and Kobe Bryant illuminati connections, and the role that Aleister Crowley plays in the illuminati belief system.
Classic Album Clash - Aerosmith's "Permanent Vacation" vs "Pump"
The Classic Album Clash returns with a great battle between two Aerosmith classics – “Permanent Vacation” and “Pump!” And the guys from “Pod of Thunder” help determine which Aerosmith album comes out on top! Nick, Andy, and the mysterious Chris L. do the usual album cover comparison, production analysis, and of course the infamous song-by-song breakdown! And in true CAC spirit, they share some great stories, trivia, and plenty of ridiculousness that may or may not involve Macaulay Culkin, actor and comedian Tyler Perry, Sally Struthers, the Harold and Kumar movies, a classic 80s mixtape, and a couple of broken hearts (one of which may or may not be Chris Jericho’s).
The Art & Future of Filmmaking with Eli Roth & Mark Borchardt
Eli Roth returns and this time he’s brought fellow filmmaker, Mark Borchardt. Mark is the creator and director behind the horror short, “Coven,” and the subject of the 1999 film, “American Movie,” which documented the 3 years Mark spent writing, shooting, and editing “Coven.” Mark and Eli talk personal movies versus studio films, the creative process, the benefit of film school, what it was like to shoot on actual film and have to wait for it to be developed, and how they feel about the future of movies and the theater experience in the age of COVID. The threesome also talk about some of their favorite movies and directors (like Werner Herzog), and Mark speaks to the “Coven” sequel and when that may be available. It’s a great discussion about the art of film!
TIJ 700 Presents TalkNShop Reunion - Live From The Pandemic!
Talk’n Shop returns to TIJ with the Good Brothers Karl Anderson and “The Big LG” Doc Gallows, and special rotating fourth (and original Talk’n Shop creator) Rocky Romero! And because of the pandemic, this one’s done social-distancing style with plenty of vodka, tequila, and beer on zoom video. Of course, there’s still total debauchery and chaos involved with guest appearances from Sex Ferguson, Toothless Stone Cold, and Reptile. There are also stories about the Chris Jericho Japanese Tour Book, Impact Wrestling, Haku, pissing on the Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla, and Talk’n Shop A Mania. Plus, the TNS boys break some news about another event, a new drink, and an original animated series.
No children, animals or vases were harmed, corrupted, or peed on during the recording of this episode.
Thunder Rosa’s Women’s Revolución
Thunder Rosa is the NWA Women’s Champion, but she had a hell of a match against Serena Deeb on AEW Dynamite last week, and then she made history by challenging AEW Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida for the title! Hear the journey that Thunder Rosa took to AEW that includes a professional career as a social worker, a wrestling school that went defunct before she got a single day’s worth of training from them, a single match in Mexico, a couple of tours of Japan, and one fight in the MMA octagon! She’s got grit and determination, and she doesn’t take sh*t from anyone!
Blood, Sweat & Beers '91 - Craziest Tour In Rock History
The “Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour” launched in May of 1991, and was Warrant’s first headlining tour of that size. It was Firehouse’s first big tour, and Trixter had already been on the road for 7 months when they got the call to open the bill. None of the bands had ever really crossed paths before, but by the time the tour wrapped in October, not only had they all become fast friends, they also ended up with one of the highest-grossing tours of the year. And then grunge happened, and almost overnight, the three bands found themselves virtually out of work. Warrant’s Eric Turner, Firehouse’s Bill Leverty, and Trixter’s Steve Brown and PJ Farley reunite to tell tales from that storied rock tour (probably the last of its kind) including the pranks they played on each other, the after-show hangouts, jamming in local bars, Jani Lane’s video game obsession, and the night Judas Priest’s Rob Halford came to see them play in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Great conversations that stay on point
Chris has done excellent work curating a stable venue of topics. His intro give you solid insight as to what is coming throughout the episode and ties each session into a nice package. He has main discussion topics to steer the conversation, but still allows for spontaneous turns which keep things fresh. Solid production work, though VOI quality of those being interviewed can be difficult for listening while driving.
While not every interview is if interest to me, I have enjoyed many of his episodes regarding music (typically hard rock/metal a la Fozzy) and his album reviews. Digging into the past of some lesser known groups and their albums is always done with solid research.
If you are looking for a lighter podcast that is still informative and insightful regarding music, movies and pro wrestling I highly recommend Talk Is Jericho.
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Love the interview with Thunder Rosa. I’m a huge fan of hers. I think she is amazing wrestler and person