#42 The True Story Behind the Ghostfacers by Trey Callaway

Oklahoma. The driveway to nowhere. The rumor heard ‘round the school. In three parts, Showrunner, Writer, and Educator Trey Callaway tells his never-before-heard, true story behind the birth of The Ghostfacers from the long-running hit series Supernatural.

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#40 That One Day in New York by Carlito Rodriguez

Hip hop. The Bronx. A journal. Before he wrote on shows such as Empire and The Leftovers, and edited at The Source, writer/producer Carlito Rodriguez enrolled in college to resume his education after some time away. But two people would teach him much more about himself in just one day.

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#36 Things Korean Dads Say by Robert Woo

Hawaii is a breezy getaway. But for comedy writer Robert Woo (“The Kelly Clarkson Show”), he surfed the waves of the immigrant experience, childhood angst, and a Korean dad that would say the darndest things.

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#32 Mama’s Got Jokes But She’s Serious by Milton Liu

“I just got a new car.” “Don’t crash it.” Filmmaker Milton Liu’s mama is a no filter force of nature that parents him the only way she knows how – bluntly. Matter of fact, Milton’s birth story is unexpectedly straight forward, which he only learned about a few years ago.

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#31 Trying Not to Fangirl on Andrew Lloyd Webber by Alexis Marsh

If you’re a 24-year old woman in Toronto who yearns to become a TV composer in Hollywood one day, how do you get there?  For composer, and lead singer of Dyan, Alexis Marsh, that path to success started on a Canadian reality singing competition show called How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, where she worked with one of her musical heroes, Andrew Lloyd Webber.  And there’s brunch involved.

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#29 The Best Song I Never Sung by Jared Hernandez

What does a musician do with an unfinished song that was buried in the creative trenches for years?  He finally finishes it and performs it on a podcast for the very first time. Musician Jared Hernandez sings “My Love, My Love,” and then discusses its meaning, writing process, and baseball analogies with David.

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#22 An Epic Confession to My Jersey Parents by Meera Menon

Film and TV director Meera Menon (Walking Dead, GLOW, Farah Goes Bang) makes a confession to her New Jersey parents about what really happened that time in high school when she went to Shakespeare camp in Cambridge. Also, David and Meera discuss the slow burn of last name mispronunciations and then brainstorm a hot new TV series based on Meera’s teenage life.

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#15 The Celebrity Burrito That Changed My Life by Julian Kiani

Stand-Up Comedian and TV Writer Julian Kiani (Marlon, I Feel Bad) chats with David about their mutual love of John Stamos, delicious food, interning at Saturday Night Live, and his reveal of an untold chain of events that led Julian to discover a celebrity burrito that would change the course of his entire life.

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