No matter how slick, expensive or in-your-face TV may become, viewers of all ages will always love a good comedy. From old-school sitcoms to slick single-camera shows, "The Laugh Track" gives you laughs, insights and behind-the-scenes stories from TV's funniest performers about the shows, episodes and moments you love. From "Seinfeld" and "Full House" to "The Office" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," it's all here... so sit back, it's "The Laugh Track!"
JANE SIBBETT from "Friends" Answers YOUR Questions
She's talented, brilliant and gorgeous inside and out. Jane Sibbett (of "Friends" and "Herman's Head" fame) is joining us again, and this time, she is answering a slew of fan-submitted questions about the "Friends" Reunion (and the REAL reason she didn't appear on it), playing one of TV's first married lesbian characters as Ross's ex-wife Carol, working with the Olsen Twins on "It Takes Two" and so much more... more than a full hour of from-the-heart honesty from one of our favorites!
ANDREA BARBER Answers YOUR Questions about "Full House" & Fuller House"!
She's stopping by again, and unlike the Tanners, we actually invited her! Andrea Barber aka everyone's favorite wacky neighbor Kimmie Gibbler, hangs out with us again this episode to answer your equally wacky and wild questions (thanks to all for sending us your toughest ones) about all things "Full" and "Fuller House", plus EXCLUSIVE news on brand-new projects (You'll definitely want to hear what she's working on now!) It's everything you ever wanted to know about "Full House" and beyond on this week's show!
Talking "Half & Half" (plus "The Craft", "Half Baked" and more) with RACHEL TRUE
She's gorgeous, ageless and ever-so-cool. Whether you first got to know her in films like "Half Baked" and "The Craft" or her popular UPN sitcom "Half & Half" (now on Netflix), Rachel True has always kept it real while keeping us laughing. Now an author and creator of the "True Heart Intuitive Tarot Guidebook and Deck", Rachel tells us EVERYTHING you ever wanted to know about her career, spirituality and life as she knows it!
Talking "Young Rock" with Lexie Duncan
This week, we return to the life and times of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson via his just-wrapped, uber-successful first season of NBC's "Young Rock", as we reach out across the globe to get to know another one of the shows shining new stars, Lexie Duncan, who plays the apple of high school-aged Dwayne's eye, "Fine A...", errr, "Good Grades" Karen.Lexie shares her unique path to landing this all-important role, getting acquainted with pro wrestling up close while on set, and all things "Young Rock"!
Talking "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" with KARYN PARSONS
She played one of TV's most iconic snobs, but in real life, Karyn Parsons couldn't be any more different than the character she gave life to, the one-of-a-kind Hilary Banks. We chatted with Karyn about creating the daughter that everyone loved to hate, why the "Fresh Prince" tapings were a like a weekly VIP party, and her experiences working with some of the biggest names in entertainment who guest-starred on the show over the years, plus her amazing present-day work as the driving force behind Sweet Blackberry, the amazing nonprofit organization that brings little-known stories of African-American achievement to children everywhere.
Talking "Young Rock" with Stacey Leilua
Ask Dwayne Johnson who his biggest influence and supporter has been throughout his life, and he'll likely mention his mom, Ata Johnson. Thus, being chosen to play the wife of "Soul Man" Rocky Johnson and daughter if "High Chief" Peter and Lia Maivia is no small feat, but New Zealand's own Stacey Leilua has proven herself more than up to the challenge, bringing a grace and heart to the show that has reeled viewers in week-after-week. This week, Stacey chats with us about playing "The Rock's" mother through three distinct stages of his life and much more!
Fun stuff on acting process and behind-the scenes from your favorite shows
A relaxing and entertaining listen - interviews with tv actors from the 80s, 90s, 00s and 10s - not necessarily the stars but people who had impactful roles. Gerry does a good of making it conversational and gets great anecdotes.