In today’s world there are mega-multiplex’s with 18 or more screens available each with a different film on it.  And, you walk up to the box office at the local theatre not sure whether to see the latest romantic comedy or the horror film that everyone is talking about.  This is why we go to the experts from and the Linoleum-Knife Podcast.  Dave White is our go to guy for deciphering if its a win or a flop before you spend money at the concession stand.  This week Dave talked to us about “Deepwater Horizon” and more.


If it is on the small screen then chances our Ed Bark from has seen it.  This is why we bring long-time television critic Ed in each week to talk about what we saw on the tv and what we might see next week.  This week Ed talks about The Emmy’s and more.


With the versatility to play bright and idealistic as easily as dark and intense, Charlie Barnett is best known for the character of Peter Mills on NBC’s hit drama show “Chicago Fire.” Across three seasons of the episodic series, Barnett portrayed a young recruit eager to follow in his late father’s footsteps and find his place as a Chicago firefighter and paramedic.

Appearing on several episodes of the spinoff police series “Chicago P.D.,” Barnett has guest starred on such series as “Law & Order: SVU” and “Law & Order: CI.”  Now Charlie has joined ABC’s “Secrets and Lies”.  This morning Charlie sits in with Jon to talk about the new show and more.


The first billionaire had no Internet, no Citizens United, and no globalized media. When do money, influence, and technology combine to reach a dangerous tipping point? Is it dangerous at all? Does a Trump presidency with his money and influence, mark the start of a utopian future or a dystopian future?

Author Michael Dow answers all these question in his dystopian futuristic book “Dark Matters”.  This morning Michael explains why you should really be concerned about the world’s soon to be trillionaires.


Just for Laughs’ Stand Up Comedian of the Year (2016) Sebastian Maniscalco will return to SHOWTIME® this fall with his wildly popular “own kind of panache” (New York Times) in SEBASTIAN MANISCALCO: WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?, beginning Oct. 1, 2016 at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on-air, online, on demand and over the internet.  Maniscalco is the star and executive producer of the special, directed by Joe Demaio, which was filmed at Beacon Theatre during one of his seven sold-out shows of the year.  The Manhattan show serves as the setting for Maniscalco to deliver his unique brand of physical and quick-witted observational comedy in a new hour of highly anticipated skepticism, all while asking WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?   This morning Sebastian talked with Jon about the special, his career, and more.


There is only one question we ask you every Friday morning on the show; Are you Hungry? Of course you are and that is why sit down with our very own James Beard Award Nominee, Cheffy Baby.  Cheffy Baby talks about frozen pizzas, Bobby Flay, and more.

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