Just because the sun is shining doesn’t mean there aren’t things to pick apart. Chris continues his streak of solo shows by waffling on about food, what Twitter annoyances should put the ‘end’ in ‘trend,’ being at the effect of irritating customers, and a survey that puts a damper on tried and true sexual positions. It’s all here in Lucky Number 7.
After a blissful visit back East, Chris returns to the Left Coast for some more chatter. He explains why this show is hardly explicit, lays some New Jersey facts down, drops a fattening conspiracy theory, and defends his opinions on revisiting 80’s action classics.
Check out the first episode of CAPE recorded in New Jersey. In this solo show, Chris talks about flying home, maximizing space on his iPod, fighting about a trek into darkness, spits out random rants about some current trends, and introduces the new segment “Only In Los Angeles.”
Chris sits down for a chat with actor Rick Scarry to talk about his extensive film and television career. Hear all about being shortchanged by IMDb, stumbling into voice over work, sharing the funny with Jim Carrey, and what it’s like to cross paths with music legends.
Delays and illness cannot keep the show from going on, but that means you’re left with a full hour of Chris babbling on about the annoying people he comes across in restrooms, parking lots, and even in stores. There’s also some talk about a recent stab at celebrity, an all-star charity concert, and a brief summary of the upcoming Summer movie season.
…and then there were two. Chris sits down with Ryan Gabriel (host of “Where’s The Remote”) to chat about the advantages of telling stories in a series, actors who lean against things in movie posters, the evolution of on-demand programming, reasons to avoid listening to the radio, and why they dig hosting and listening to podcasts.
And just like that, there’s a new show on the block! Chris kicks off this first episode by going one on one with YOU – the audience. Hear about what this new show means for his other show, and what to expect from this project. Plus, there are a few stories and complaints in between (which doesn’t come as too much of a surprise).