I Was There Too
Frequency: Every two weeks
Host: Matt Gourley
Despite it currently being illegal to greenlight a film without Chris Pratt's consent, reality is that it takes dozens of actors working in concert to make a great movie. Sadly, not everyone can be a star, but host Matt Gourley (who also hosts the 007 fan favorite, James Bonding) finds those people standing next to the stars during Hollywood's greatest scenes and classic movies. From them, he gets the inside tales you've never heard, including the backstory of our favorite small characters (and their wardrobes), dealings with generous actors and genius directors, nude scene etiquette, what it's like to get squibbed, and how to make Tarantino laugh.
Best Episode: They're all enlightening, but Stephen Tobolowsky (the endearingly obnoxious Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day) is funny, smart, emotional, and has some great behind-the-scenes details about playing opposite Bill Murray.