On The Record With Rocko Jerome

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Ken Mottet checks in again from Berwyn, this time to discuss grown men and women who put on fancy underwear and pretend to fight for gawking audiences. It's the weird and whacked out world of professional wrestling, and we want to tell you what we think about it.
Ted Raimi is one of the great character actors of our time. In this freewheeling and candid conversation, we discussed his origins, the allure of living a regular life, and his passion for movies. This is part 1 of 2.
As a kid, I idolized Bruce Campbell. When I got to speak to him, I tried hard to maintain my cool. I'll let you be the judge of whether or not I succeded. Forgive the poor (but decidedly audible) audio quality, it was all done on the fly.
Rich Handley is one of the minds who helped to build the Star Wars extended universe and has forged a solid career as a writer and editor, stretching across decades. He joined me for a snappy conversation. The only challenge was reigning it in under 30 minutes (We ultimately failed).
Rich Handley returns to the show to talk about the challenges of writing professionally, including finding work and how to mentally prepare for inevitable rejection. We also talk about his latest work for Eaglemoss in the realm of Star Trek comics, as well as the often odd comics themselves.
I had already planned on having Dave Bell on the show on this date. It's become particularly prescient that I have him on during this Caronavirus Era because 1) his nature as an introvert gives him a certain edge with social distancing, and 2) as a cancer survivor with a compromised immune system, he's exactly the person that we want to help predict by changing our habits right now.I'll have Dave on again, but I'm glad to have him on right now, especially.
David Mattingly is a proud Louisvillian once again, it's a city that he loves today as much as he did during the best years of his childhood. You have likely seen him lately as an anchor at WAVE 3 news. His journalistic background includes time as a national correspondent with CNN, where he covered some of the biggest stories of our time, including 9/11. In an off the cuff conversation, we talk about his lovely wife, Greta, his WAVE 3 family, his interactions with Matt Bevin and Rick Pitino, and why you can, in fact, go home again.
Ted Raimi is one of the great character actors of our time. In this freewheeling and candid conversation, we discussed his origins, the allure of living a regular life, and his passion for movies. This is part 2 of 2.
The fantastic Carly Johnson joins me to talk about her Go Fund Me campaign, With A Little Hope From My Friends. It's for Louisville area musicians who are in need of financial assistance during this trying time. For more info on how you can help, check it out. https://www.gofundme.com/f/with-a-little-hope-from-my-friends?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR1sAT9UgA4G0p7asjCzKvWxoPzsbyYj5VExkFmZPVuYRMMhdKYymT5YxHc
James Porter is a Chicago music enthusiast who works as a DJ and a writer. You might know him as the host of the Hoodoo Party on WLUW, a monthly deep dive into his impeccably peerless record collection. We had a great freewheeling talk about music and what it means to us.
The movie Diner expertly captures both the feeling of being a young guy on the cusp of adulthood and those cloudy days between Christmas and New Year. Times when nothing important seems to be happening...until you look at them in retrospect. My friend and pop culture expert Ken Mottet and I both hold this film in high esteem, and so we end out a year of our lives talking about it. Ken will be on again, but this is his first one.
The first time I asked Ken Mottet if he wanted to come on my show, he said: "We've got to talk about Elvis." We saved up our mojo and decided that today was the day to TCB for EAP. There are three movies that you must see if you have even a passing interest in Elvis- That's The Way It Is, Elvis On Tour, and Aloha From Hawaii. We go in-depth and personal about what we dig about these three seminal movies.
My friend Tara Bassett has been kind enough to have me on her show, Take It From Tara, a few times, and I'm glad I get to return the favor in what might be a first- it's a podcast crossover! We talk about the only thing anyone is talking about in mid-March of 2020- the Corona Virus. Listen in as we all hunker down for an unknown period of "social distancing."
Billy Mask is truly my brother. When we catch up, it always goes all over the place and we always have a great time. This will be the first of many times he's on the show, we hope you enjoy our talk.
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Podcast Details

Started
Oct 10th, 2018
Latest Episode
Mar 27th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
14
Avg. Episode Length
31 minutes
Explicit
No

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