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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mackenzie Astin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mackenzie Astin, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mackenzie Astin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mackenzie Astin, often where they are interviewed.

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Mackenzie Astin: The #MackAttack interview

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Mackenzie "Mack" Astin, who plays both Richard and Reynard on "The Magicians," joins Physical Kids Weekly to talk about his characters and the show's departures from the books. Mack talks about trauma, addiction, and the responsibilities of storytellers when dealing with emotionally difficult material...plus what it was like to grow up with a hobbit for a half-brother.
Jun 28 2017 · 1hr 17mins
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Obscurity Knocks: Episode 1 - Mackenzie Astin

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You may remember Mackenzie Astin from his younger days, when he was hanging out with
Blair, Tootie, Natalie, and Jo at Edna’s Edibles and Over Our Heads on The Facts of Life, but he's been out of Peekskill for quite some time now. Only last year he could be found squaring off against Jon Hamm during one of the final episodes of Mad Men, and that's far from the only high-profile gig he’s had lately: over the past few years, he’s turned up on Grey’s Anatomy, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Shameless, Bones, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Scorpion, and Castle, among others, and he had a recurring role on Scandal last season that carried over into this season as well. When we talked to him for the debut episode of Obscurity Knocks, he couldn't talk about his latest endeavor, joking that "the nondisclosure agreement I just signed had its own nondisclosure agreement," so just keep your eyes open for him. But that's good advice in general: as you can see from the above list of credits, you never know where that guy is going to show up next!
Feb 05 2016 · 1hr 20mins

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AlibiCast #39: Damn Mackenzie Astin

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This week on the podcast, our pal Mendie joins us to chat about 3.7 A Long Way from Home & 3.8 Where There's a Will. Up for discussion: Fiona's pursuit of custody, Karen's return, and our current dislike of JimmySteve. We also spend some time talking about feelings on a season 6 spoiler that came out this week.

Aug 17 2015 · 2hr 39mins
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Episode 15: Mackenzie Astin Part 2- LA Dodgers/LA Angels

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Show Notes

Mackenzie Astin is our guest today in the Clubhouse.

You can follow Mackenzie on Twitter @mackenzieastin

1:56 Mackenzie took cuts against Hall of Famer Goose Gossage.

3:32 Mackenzie tells a beautiful story about Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson and his relationship with Mack's father John Astin.

7:52 Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker played for the 1984 Detroit Tigers. They won a World Series together. Neither are in the Hall of Fame. That makes Muneesh sad.

10:20 Anthony's brother-in-law is the great Hal Morris. Hal is the head scout for the LA Angels and a member of the 1990 World Series champion Cincinnati Reds. 

11:13 The Oakland Athletics of the 70's were a dysfunctional team to say the least. But they won the World Series in '72, '73 and '74

11:52 The Detroit Tigers lost Kirk Gibson to Free Agency to do a collusion scandal in 1988. This New York Times Article from that time is a fascinating read.

12:08 Mackenzie references a story of prankster Jesse Orosco and a very ornery Kirk Gibson.

13:05 Check out Episode 6 of the Clubhouse Podcast to hear former Tigers pitcher Pat Ahearne tell some great stories about playing with Kirk Gibson.

13:30 The 2004 World Series champion Red Sox were known as the "Idiots".

16:00 Mackenzie tells a wonderful story about high school baseball coach Jim Van Scoyoc. We highly recommend you read as much as you can about this great man.

24:32 Check out Mackenzie's performance along side his brother Sean in The Final Season.

25:30 For guest ideas, baseball stories or just to say hello, please email us at clubhousepocast@gmail.com

Subscribe to the show in iTunes. Leave us a five star review and leave a comment telling us what your favorite ballpark is. We will read our favorites on the show.

Follow the show on twitter @ClubhousePod

26:00 Muneesh has a 2016 Baseball Stadium Wall Calendar for sale. It makes the perfect gift! You can pre-order it here!

26:25 Check out the Clubhouse Podcast archives for more awesome guests like the lawyer who cleaned up baseball Charles Scheeler. 

29:53 The Dodgers played their first game in Los Angeles in 1958.

30:41 The Dodgers all time Home Run leader is Duke Snider.

36:00 For five consecutive years, the LA Dodgers produced the NL Rookie of the Year. Eric Karros ('92), Mike Piazza ('93), Raúl Mondesí ('94), Hideo Nomo ('95) and Todd Hollandsworth ('96).

23:05 In 1985, Fernando Valenzuela set an MLB record for consecutive scoreless innings to start a season with 41.

40:45 Check out Mackenzie's 1996 film Dream for an Insomniac.

48:44 In 2012, the San Francisco Giants defeated the Detroit Tigers to win the World Series. Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval hit three home runs in game one. Sorry Muneesh.

49:45 George Carlin's BRILLIANT baseball vs. football bit

50:50 Here is the box score the game that Mackenzie, Anthony and Muneesh attended at Angels Stadium of Anaheim.

55:50 If you don't believe Muneesh, check out his website roundingthird.net to hear literal crickets at Angels Stadium.

Seriously, go buy something from the Bergino Baseball Clubhouse. And visit the store the next time you are in NYC. When you stop in, make sure to mention the podcast to get a free bag tag with any purchase.

In 2013, Muneesh drove 17,000 miles in 95 days to watch a ball game at all 30 MLB stadiums. To read write-ups, see photos and hear interviews with fans at all 30 parks, please visit roundingthird.net

Email the show at clubhousepocast@gmail.com

Follow us @roundingthirdMJ and @AlbinoKid

Have an awesome week!

Jul 27 2015 · 1hr 1min

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Episode 14: Mackenzie Astin - LA Dodgers

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Mackenzie Astin is our guest today in the Clubhouse.

You can follow Mackenzie on Twitter @mackenzieastin

2:53 Mackenzie gets to listen to Vin Scully call his home team’s games. Here are some of Vin's best calls. Lucky man that Mackenzie Astin.

3:17 Mickey Mantle and Joe DiMaggio had a complicated relationship. Click here to read a bit about it. 

4:20 Mackenzie’s father is actor John Astin who played Gomez Addams on the television show The Addams Family. Mackenzie’s mother is actress Patty Duke who has won multiple Emmy’s and an Academy Award. Mackenzie’s brother is Sean Astin who you may know from his roles in Goonies, Rudy, Lord of the Rings and much more.

9:10 In 2013, Muneesh drove 17,000 miles in 95 days to watch a ball game at all 30 MLB stadiums. To read write-ups, see photos and hear interviews with fans at all 30 parks, please visit roundingthird.netao dzrv idit

9:37 In 2013, David Ortiz hit a game tying grand slam in the second game of the ALCS. The Red Sox would go on to defeat the Detroit Tigers in the ALCS and the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series. Sorry Muneesh.

10:08 The Chicago Cubs have not won the World Series since 1908. Their last appearance in the World Series was in 1945 where they lost to the Detroit Tigers. Sorry Anthony. 

16:00 The Dodgers of Mackenzie's youth include Ron Cey, Bill Russel, Davey Lopes and Steve Garvey.

17:30 Steve Garvey is an often forgotten player to younger generations. He still holds the consecutive games streak for the National League with 1,207 (the ESPN article that is linked in this note has the number wrong).

18:45 Is is Mackenzie's great shame that he missed the 1988 World Series that saw his Dodgers defeat the Oakland Athletics four games to one. We all remember that one special moment from that series starring Mr. Kirk Gibson

20:00 Do yourself a favor and watch this brilliant clip of Tigers manager Sparky Anderson laughing as the San Diego Padres elect not to walk Kirk Gibson in the 1984 World Series.

21:30 Kirk Gibson played for the Michigan State Spartans.

22:05 The Dodgers defeated the New York Yankees to win the World Series in 1981.

22:15 The Dodgers and the Yankees have a storied history, facing off against each other 11 times in the World Series.

23:05 *Warning: Watching someone get hit in the head by a pitch is not fun* Ron Cey gets hit in the head by a pitch from Goose Gossage. 

23:42 For the fist time in MLB history, there were three MVPs named for the 1981 World Series: Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero and Steve Yeager.

25:08 Mickey Hatcher replaced Kirk Gibson in the 1988 World Series and hit three home runs despite only hitting three during the entire regular season.

27:00 Listen to Muneesh's interview with a fascinating woman in St. Louis on his Rounding Third podcast.

30:00 Muneesh has a 2016 Baseball Stadium Wall Calendar for sale. It makes the perfect gift! You can pre-order it here!

30:30 Check out the Clubhouse Podcast archives for more awesome guests like former Detroit Tigers pitcher Pat Ahearne

31:07 The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Dodgers in the 2014 NLDS. Sorry Mackenzie.

41:52 Cal Ripken Jr. sets the new mark for MLB consecutive games played at 2,632.

43:28 You've all seen Field of Dreams. If not, this episode is over, go watch it now please.

For guest ideas, baseball stories or just to say hello, please email us at clubhousepocast@gmail.com

Seriously, go buy something from the Bergino Baseball Clubhouse. And visit the store the next time you are in NYC. When you stop in, make sure to mention the podcast to get a free bag tag with any purchase.

Subscribe to the show in iTunes. Leave us a five star review and leave a comment telling us what your favorite ballpark is. We will read our favorites on the show.

Follow the show on twitter @ClubhousePod

In 2013, Muneesh drove 17,000 miles in 95 days to watch a ball game at all 30 MLB stadiums. To read write-ups, see photos and hear interviews with fans at all 30 parks, please visit roundingthird.net

Email the show at clubhousepocast@gmail.com

Follow us @roundingthirdMJ and @AlbinoKid

Have an awesome week!

Jul 20 2015 · 45mins
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PMC 148: Mackenzie Astin

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Mackenzie Astin ("The Facts of Life," "Iron Will") joins Cole and Vanessa to chat about massive TV show cancelations, performance art, dinosaurs throwing first pitches, The Garbage Pail Kids movie, Fuzzbucket, sunday Softball, the undefined Iron Will whistle, working with Brian Cox, the big three networks, dated videos, Kita the dog, Full Metal Jacket and George Clooney's farting contest. 

Leave your answer to the firsts question (the first cereal you can remember buying because of a free toy inside) on our website for a chance to win a comfy Pop My Culture T-Shirt!

May 19 2014 · 1hr 17mins
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Mackenzie Astin Dishes on Moms Cooking and His New Movie

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NWP welcomes  Pat Arrabito. executive producer and Mackenzie Astin, the star of the new awarding winning christian film "Hell and Mr. Fudge.
Mackenzie Astin is the son of Hollywood legends, Patty Duke and John Astin.  Mackenzie is an accomplished actor and again only proves that "great acting genes"" can be passed down from parent to child!
Mackenzie talks about his famous parents, his moms cooking and her fans.
Hell and Mr. Fudge is a based on the true-life story of Edward Fudge, a southern preacher, on a quest to find out if Hell really exists.
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Jun 30 2013 · 1hr 2mins