Glenn Howerton

Episode 30 - Talk Nerdy to Me written by Morgan Murphy

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Guests: 
Lauren Lapkus as Harper
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Glenn Howerton as Robbie Kearse
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Aparna Nancherla as Jessie
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Kirby Howell Baptiste as Maddie
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Sam Richardson as Walsh
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Scott MacArthur as Nick
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Elizabeth Ho as Ruth
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Janina Gavankar as Assistant/Hector
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Gary Anthony Williams as Voice/Anthony

We have a great pilot this month. It’s called Talk Nerdy to Me and it’s written by Morgan Murphy (2 Broke Girls, Jimmy Kimmel Live). The log line for this one is a squad of four dorky but brilliant women sharing a house in Venice, CA deal with VR porn, leaky rowboats, people urinating while rollerblading, and other facts of life in Silicon Beach. In this episode, Andrew interviews Morgan regarding her dead pilot and you’ll also listen to a live table read of Talk Nerdy to Me, performed by some of today's funniest comedic actors!

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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton: Interview on The Sound of Young America

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Show: 
Bullseye
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Rob McElhenney
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Glenn Howerton

Rob McElhenney had a short film idea. He roped his friends into helping him film it, and soon it was a sitcom pilot. They took that pilot to FX, and the result was It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. McElhenney, who stars on the show as Mac, is our guest on The Sound, along with one of the buddies he roped into the whole affair, Glenn Howerton. Howerton plays Dennis, and along with their third co-conspirator, Charlie Day, helps write and produce the show.

McElhennye and Howerton talked to us about creating the show without a budget - only a few cameras and some digital video tape. They also explain why people love a set of characters who consistently behave like rude, cruel children. Also: Danny DeVito Limoncello is discussed.

The show returns for FX for its sixth season on September 16th.

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