This weeks guest is New Jersey transplant and aspiring indie filmmaker Jen Carmody. Jen talks with us about film school in NYC and the challenges of indie filmmaking in the big city, why she finally decided to move to Los Angeles, how she found a place to live and what her plans to achieve her dreams are.

We finally hired a publicist and celebrated when we found a new hole in the wall bar that has free bingo, snacks and cheap beer. Even though Jen lived in NYC she’s a Jersey girl through and through in the eyes of a true New Yorker. Jen defends her inner Jersey Girl as she explains why things in her natural environment like rats and the subway entered in her decisions to leave.

If you move to Los Angeles it’s all about the roommates. In just a few short months Jen has experienced every end of the spectrum, starting off in the basement of a 13 roommate reality house and ending with a soon to be divorced aging hipster.

We close out with a discussion about the future, immediate and long term.

Gratwick original and Stand up Comedian Ernie Green is our guest this week. We discuss how he got the courage to get up on stage, what the pressure to be funny right now feels like, and why is first time on stage was like losing his virginity with pink eye.

In the second installment of our Gratwick Origins segment Ernie clears up an urban legend started on our show a few weeks back. He also explains why Gratwick was “fuck worthy” back in the day. In the process Kris exposes his secret three year zionist plot to corrupt Ernie and convince him to leave Mesa.

Ernie and Kris have found the future of stand up comedian and they hatch an evil plan to unleash this new world order. Finally, the true identities of the masters of hyperbole are revealed.

1. Week in review – Ernie Green
2. Gratwick Origins – Ernie Green (why gratwick fuck worthy)
3. Ernie explains exactly what did happen in Flagstaff
4. The pressure to have to be funny

We have come full circle with The Perfect House as hold interviews for a new publicist. Like a good GM in the draft we weighed the virtues of the safe pick vs. the flashy pick.

DVD’s for The Perfect House are in house and a major announcement is imminent! In what might go down as the worst segway ever Kris opens the floor to ancient aliens.

Conspiracy theorists rejoice! Jesus Christ was a real man with a documented history, there was a prehistoric nuclear war and why ancient children’s toys are the proof of advance technology and aerodynamics.

1. Intro
2. week in review (interviewing publicist)
3. DVD update
4. worst segway ever
5. Ancient Aliens

Special Guest, Mike Garrow, shares what it was like moving to Los Angeles and how he stumbled into a great career at Warner Brothers.

The Perfect House is getting close to an official release date, and Mike shares his unique experience with being one of the investors on an indie hit.

When it comes to “celebrity encounters”, Kris and Mike have had quite a few. From finger pointing Matthew Perry on the boulevard to almost getting taken out by a runaway golf cart driven by Kurt Russell as he’s laughing his ass off. A split second difference in time and Kris might have ended the hit show Chuck after 1 season.

The origins of Gratwick becomes a bit clearer as Mike shares childhood memories of how the gang came to be. In his latest memory, Mike explains how after a long night of drinking he sobered up to discover he now had a lesbian roommate. It’s okay though, she’s cool.

This is apparently par for the course from ‘Journey Guy’. He is the guy who single-handedly caused the band’s album to be removed from several Hollywood bars.

In an effort to get serious, we talk to Mike about why he moved to LA, how he lost a man in Arizona on his way West, and how we got set up with a sweet, cushy job at Warner Brothers.

Only one question left to be asked, and Mike explains “what happened to the dream”.