Fighting Robots, Zach Braff is not Superman, and Double Denzel
Thirty Twenty Ten
Oct. 1-7: Joe Pesci is super, Seinfeld goes to Florida, John Cusack believes in serendipity, the West Wing tackles 9/11, Ryan Gosling gets political, Martin Sheen goes hiking, Reese Witherspoon comes of age, American Horror Story gets spooky, quality B-movies from Paul Walker and Hugh Jackman, Denzel has a bad training day, and Ricochet is the craziest shit you’ve ever seen. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that was 30, 20, and 10 years ago.
Amanda Kloots, host for CBS’s “The Talk,” with Zach Braff
Sixth & I LIVE
In Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero, Amanda Kloots—a host for CBS’s “The Talk” and a celebrity fitness trainer—reflects on life with her husband, a Broadway star and Tony-nominee whose public battle with Covid-19 and tragic death made headlines around the world. In conversation with Zach Braff, an actor, director, producer, screenwriter, and podcast host who starred in the musical adaptation of “Bullets Over Broadway” with Cordero. This program was held on June 14, 2021.
We talk about Love & Monsters starring a Zach Braff type, Promising Young Woman with it’s Garden State whimsical representation of depression and The Vast of Night which frankly is just a really good movie about a small town with things falling from the sky but noone believes anything the main character says….oh god, it’s Chicken Little.
"Scrubs", or Everyone Had A 2001 Zach Braff Moment
Join your high-flying Co-Pilots, Kelsea & Riley, this week for “Scrubs”. Before they check out the show, Kelsea shares her experience with Mojo Medible’s 1:1 Peaches & Cream Gummies & the gals chat about dinner plans. While watching the show, the too-high pals discuss their 2001 Zach Braff Moment, the old Becky, & Kels forgets how to talk. Please visit www.pilotlites.com for merch, our sponsors, and to submit your Stoner Stories or Dab-Ate Club suggestions! Our Gal Pals merch is on sale for 50% off! We now have print on demand merch hosted by TeePublic, where you can get our designs on basically whatever you want. You can also support us on Patreon for as little as $1/month - our tiers have been updated & now all tiers get extended video versions of our episodes & $5& up patrons will be enrolled in our Sticker of the Month Club! Our April sticker is designed by Violet Fields Farm.This episode sponsored by:Ganja Gods: Black Tie CBDBest Buds: Vitae Glass - don’t forget to use code ‘PilotLites’ for 12% off your first orderStoner Sponsor: Mojo Medibles - make sure you ask your local caregiver to carry them!Subscription Sponsor: SensiBox - don’t forget to use code ‘pilotlites’ for 10% off your first order'
Trailer review time, WandaVision WTF & the Zach Braff confession
Hey Julie! - Big Brother & Survivor Recaps
Brett & Danielle kick off this week's episode, discussing a handful of new trailer drops, including Cruella, Mortal Kombat and Kevin Can Go F**k Himself. Later, they try to make sense of the last few weeks of WandaVision and come up flat. The show...is heading to DUDSville! Finally, Brett opens up about his decades-long relationship with HEY JULIE fave, Zach Braff. Follow Hey Julie on Twitter and submit your questions @HeyJulieBB Follow Brett @BrettRader Follow Danielle @Danimop
About time we had me old neighbor Zach Braff on the show. Zach (Scrubs, Garden State) joins us this week and opens up on some of his lifelong anxieties, crippling pet peeves, and natural neurosis he deals with. Zach talks a lot about his experience in the industry… everything from being a workaholic who doesn’t idle well to the idea of peers wanting you to do well, but not TOO well out there. We also get into some funny BTS moments on Scrubs plus Zach’s experience working with legends like Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Robert Deniro. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jessica talks with her step-brother Zach Braff (Scrubs, Garden State, Wish I Was Here, Going In Style) about being relatively sane. Zach Braff IG: @zachbraff Twitter: @zachbraff Jessica Kirson IG: @jessykirson Twitter: @jessicakirson Follow us IG: @relativelysanepod Twitter: @sane_podcast Support the podcast at patreon.com/jessicakirson
Zach Braff and Marc both dealt with a lot of loss in the past year. For Zach, keeping it all in perspective is helping him get through the daily stress of pandemic life, as he fires up his creative impulses. Zach and Marc talk about the struggle of saying goodbye to beloved pets, the trauma of losing someone close to you, and managing childhood anxiety later in life. They also discuss Zach’s past projects like Scrubs and Garden State, as well as his new podcast and his upcoming movie with Robert De Niro, The Comeback Trail.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep 6: Garden State (movie review of the 2004 film starring Zach Braff and Natalie Portman)
The Screen Protectors
Graham, Stephen, and Wyatt go indie! I hope you're ready to get existential... because the guys get real in this episode of the Screen Protectors.Follow us on Twitter: @TSProtectorsFollow us on Facebook: The Screen ProtectorsFollow us on Instagram: the_screen_protectors