Joe Parisi explores the nooks and crannies of pop culture and the entertainment industry. He brings you a mix of odd news, facts and interviews. Join Joe and some truly interesting people from the world of film, music, tv and art. It's an exciting peak behind the curtain into some of the lesser known worlds within our own.
108 | Jonathan Brandis RULES the 90's
A look back at the career of the late-great Jonathan Brandis. He made so many cool contributions to pop culture throughout the 90's. Join Joe Parisi and Brian Pocrass for a trip back to the 90's!
107 | Karate Kid with Darryl Vidal
Darryl Vidal has the incredible honor of being one of the people who competed on-screen in the 1984 "All Valley Karate Championship" in the movie The Karate Kid. In fact, he went all the way to the semi-finals in the film where he faced off against Johnny Lawrence. Well, Darryl played a much larger role than anyone really knew as he is also credited as the creator of the Crane Kick as we all now know it.
106 | Heaven Help Us with Jay Patterson "Brother Constance"
Exploring the 1985 cult classic "Heaven Help Us" with actor Jay Patterson who played "Brother Constance".
105 | Hollywood Dog Trainer Robert Weatherwax
Robert Weatherwax is a 3rd generation Hollywood dog trainer. Between his grandfather, his father and himself, this family has trained some of the most famous and beloved dogs in all of film and television. Lassie is just the tip of the iceberg!
104 | Our Gang/The Little Rascals and the life of Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer
Exploring the history of Our Gang/The Little Rascals and the life of Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer.
103 | Johna Stewart from Ladybugs and Beverly Hills 90210
Johna Stewart famously had her nail broken in the 1992 movie Ladybugs. Her Hollywood journey as a child actor landed her in Beverly Hills 90210, Boy Meets World, Pacific Blue, The Legend of Galgameth and more!
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I’ve been hooked since I started listening a couple of weeks back. The host does a great job with it all.
Great show, but.....
Please do an odd podcast on the old St. Louis local access show “World Wide Magazine”. I know the host has passed away, but I loved that show when I was younger and would love some behind the scenes info on this amazing, award winning show. Just an idea, we love Joe!