Guest - John DeBellis
John DeBellis is an extremely talented comedian, comedy writer and author of "Stand Up Guys: A Generation of Laughs". John has written jokes for Rodney Dangerfield, Johnny Carson, David Letterman, Gabe Kaplan, Elayne Boozler, Billy Crystal, and Joe Piscopo prior to joining the writing staffs of “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show,” and “Politically Incorrect.” He was also the head writer for critically acclaimed D.C. Follies. More information about John DeBellis can be found at .
Guest - Charles Kipps
Writer/producer Charles Kipps has won an Emmy, a Peabody, and an Edgar Award.
Kipps’ television credits include Exiled: A Law & Order Movie, Little Bill, Fatherhood, The Cosby Mysteries, Columbo, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Among his film credits is Fat Albert: The Movie, co-written with Bill Cosby.
Kipps is the author of four books: two non-fiction – Out of Focus and Cop Without A Badge – and two mystery novels - Hell’s Kitchen Homicide and Crystal Death. Crystal Death was chosen by publishing trade magazine Kirkus as one of the best mysteries of the year.
Kipps wrote and produced music for Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, former Temptations lead singer David Ruffin, Melba Moore, and Van McCoy among others. He and McCoy were partners in McCoy-Kipps Productions, one of the most successful music production companies of the 1970s. McCoy is best known for his mega hit The Hustle, which launched the disco era.
Guest - Don Most
Best known for his co-starring role as Ralph Malph in the long running television series Happy Days, Don Most is also very much involved in the indie world. He's directed three indie feature films. His first film, The Last Best Sunday, had its World Premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival, and was a feature film winner at the Telluride IndieFest. Moola, starring William Mapother, Shailene Woodley, Treat Williams, Daniel Baldwin, and Curtis Armstrong, premiered at The Newport Beach Film Festival, where it earned "The Outstanding Achievement In Directing Award." Don also directed Harley’s Hill, his first family film, which was recently seen on Showtime, Starz and Encore. In addition to directing, Don has also acted in several indie films, his
most recent being Follow a psychological thriller he just finished shooting in Austin, TX.
Don has also recently gone back to his first love – singing. Don has always loved the standards/swing/big band style of music, and has just mounted his show – “Donny Most Sings And Swings”.
Guest - Jackie " The Joke Man" Martling
with special appearance of previous guest (EP.4 ) John DeBellis
Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling () is a very well known comedian, actor, singer-songwriter and comedy writer who is best known as the head-writer and on-air personality on The Howard Stern Show from 1983 to 2001.
Jackie is currently touring around the country, performing his solo act of rapid-fire jokes and the classic finale, “Stump The Joke Man,”. Beginning July 13th at 8pm, he can be seen every Monday night at the Broadway Comedy Club in NYC.
Guest - Ted A. Bohus
Mandy interviews writer, director and producer Ted A. Bohus. Film Reviewer Todd Staruch "The Horror Nerd" reviews Ted's collection of films including "Return of the Aliens: The Deadly Spawn", "Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor", "Regenerated Man" and "This Thing of Ours" .
Guest - Nicholas Sutton Bell
Bell is the author and illustrator of the children's book Mary the Tooth Fairy and artist who has worked closely with the folk rock band 'The Lumineers' designing their merchandise as well as directing their official music video Submarines.
Our film reviewer Todd Staruch gives us his review of the indie horror webseries In Fear Of.