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How Was Your Week with Julie Klausner

In which Julie Klausner asks guests how their week was, and also we learn stuff and have fun.
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May 27, 2011 0

On this episode of How Was Your Week?, Julie talks to the fabulous Jackée about exactly how scandalous it is to buy a coconut cake before noon, her star turn on 227, why she can't stand Bill Maher, what kind of plastic surgery she'd get (it's intimate), and which famous men she'd like to make love to.

Also, Julie ponders the worse of two evils--Bono versus Sting. Plus! The pettability of working dogs, Oprah's last show, Diane Keaton's quirkiness, the subtlety of the "Don't Stand So Close to Me" video, Glenn Close's appeal, the defintion of a Trophy Cougar, and the time  Jackée tried to sleep with Rodney Dangerfield.            

Host: Julie Klausner
Guest: Jackée
Produced by Chris Spooner
Original Artwork by Marcia Neumeier
Photo Collage by Julie Klausner
Theme Song and Incidental Music by Ted Leo



May 20, 2011 0

On this episode of How Was Your Week?, Julie talks to the legendary SALLY KELLERMAN about the naked acting tips she learned for her shower scene in M*A*S*H, how she fell in love with Rodney Dangerfield for her role in Back To School, her first voice-over gig, and why she does an Aerosmith cover on her new record. Also, comedy genius PAUL SCHEER stops by to discuss three of his cultural blind spots---movies, TV shows or books that he claims to know about in conversations with eggheads, but that he's never actually partaken of. Who can blame him? Only a monster would have the audacity.


Plus: Paul on his annoying college roommate, "Geoff"! Sally on how she met her husband! A naked Gary Burghoff! An incompetent, occasionally Spanish-spouting masseuse! And why comedians best be careful before they scoff at magicians. A LEGENDARY EPISODE.

Host: Julie Klausner
Guests: Sally Kellerman, Paul Scheer
Produced by Chris Spooner
Original Artwork by Marcia Neumeier
Theme Song and Incidental Music by Ted Leo

May 14, 2011 0

On this episode of How Was Your Week?, Julie talks to stand-up comedienne JEN KIRKMAN about the time she met Cher! Then, ANDREA ROSEN and JOHN GEMBERLING--a couple who are in love with each other--discuss how they met, their unborn child, and then, sort of, play The Newlywed Game.
Plus: Much talk of Chaz Bono's gender reassignment surgery/ hairless cats, a celebration of Parade magazine, the hypnotic appeal of the post-9/11 MJ/Liz Taylor/ Marlon Brando road trip, Jackson Galaxy's web of lies, and Julie makes a very intimate confession about a Tears for Fears song.

Host: Julie Klausner
Guests: Jen Kirkman, Andrea Rosen, John Gemberling
Produced by Chris Spooner
Original Artwork by Marcia Neumeier
Theme Song and Incidental Music by Ted Leo

May 6, 2011 0

On this episode of How Was Your Week?, Julie talks to comedian/Onion editor BARATUNDE THURSTON, who talks about his viral video, in which he reacts to Barack Obama producing his birth certificate for the satisfaction of Donald Trump. Then, Musical Theater superstar/ Sirius XM radio host SETH RUDETSKY joins Julie to discuss the disaster movies and variety specials that made the 1970's so great.

Plus: Aretha Franklin's version of "a mean salad," Jenny McCarthy's invisible counter-rally, Fake Jan Brady, Bi-Polar Lite, Georgia the Country, the Tony nominations, Class with The Countess, and Harry Potter's Broadway turn. This show will cause you to learn something! Possibly many things.

Host: Julie Klausner
Guests: Seth Rudetsky, Baratunde Thurston
Produced by Chris Spooner
Original Artwork by Marcia Neumeier
Theme Song and Incidental Music by Ted Leo

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