This week Hollywood sees accountability, an actress take a stand and another titan falls. 

It’s week 1 in the NFL and Kris is already looking for a distraction from the Buffalo Bills. Hollywood had a crazy week. The popular Oscar came and went when it wasn’t so popular. Terry Crews settled with WME and scored one for team accountability. Olivia Munn stood tall and did the right thing regardless of how many people Shane Black throws under the bus. Les Moonves’s reign of terror is finally over. Burt Reynolds and Mac Miller died this week.

Video Version

We introduce a new segment this week ‘Questions from Discord’. If you’d like to join the Gratwick discord party click the link.

Bullet Blitzes

  • When you buy tickets for your favorite team, do you wait to see how they look early in the season?
  • Do you know what a Lyger is?
  • If you draft a top 10 QB prospect and find yourself picking first the following year, do you swing again?
  • When did something you expect to go one way, go in a completely different direction?

We celebrate the 100th episode of Gratcast with a conversation about how Hollywood can go from #MeToo to #NoMore.

Filmmaker and Actress Kathy Kolla joins us for the first hour to talk about her experiences in the industry and her new film ‘Plastic Daydream’.

5:00 – 21:00 – Kathy Kolla talks about ‘Plastic DayDream’
21:21 – 59:00 – How does Hollywood go from #MeToo to #NoMore

The second hour is joined by Silver Padilla with our title sponsor PayDay.GG to talk about the E-sports industry and how the PayDay social media and tournament platform is positioned to explode on the scene.

59:30 – 1:45:00 – PayDay.GG

We thank our sponsors PayDay.GG, LadyBug Fortune and Young Scent for their support.

We put together a full rundown of all the tech we used for Gratcast100.

Bullet Blitz

  • Favorite first video game?
  • What game makes you rage quit?
  • When did you first start playing video games?