Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss

Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss

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Two totally opposite friends -- comedian Theo Von and filmmaker/journalist Matthew Cole Weiss -- compete to see who has better "alleged" tales of celebrities, hilarity, trauma, dating, success and failure from their years living in Hollywood. Points will be given, winners will be chosen and careers will be altered forever...allegedly.


Josh Peck  

Newlywed Josh Peck - that chubby kid from Nickelodeon's "Drake & Josh" who turned out to be a hottie boombottie - stopped by the studio days before his big wedding to talk to the boys about the big day, the new wifey, and the plans for the future! But if you think the hosts let it stop there, you don't know "Allegedly"! They got Peck to spill the beans on how he lost his VIRGINITY, his wild years of partying and drinking, how Nickelodeon got him his school "degree", what he thinks of former co-stars Amanda Bynes and Drake Bell, and most importantly, what it's like having John Stamos's phone number (better then you ever dreamed). LISTEN! LIKE! RATE! REVIEW! ENJOY!

Jim O' Heir  

He is a killer? I mean a comic. I mean an actor. I mean, he may be all three. From 'Parks and Rec' and his new movie ‘Middle Man’ (and just about every other show imaginable) its the one and only John O’Heir. John dishes on coming up through the acting ranks, which tv show was the worst to work on, and what it was like to get really really close to Chris Pratt. With Matt Weiss in Africa, comedian guest host Ari Mannis fills in perfectly, as John’s role in Middle Man is a comedian who picks up a hitch hiking manager on his way to vegas and gets alot more than the new career he is aiming for. Listen and then go see the film!

Al Madrigal  

Al Madrigal, takes us behind the scenes of Jim Carrey's new hit Showtime series "Im Dying Up Here". Al talks about comedy in the 70's, what its like working with Carrey, and why this new dark comedy is exactly what comedy needed. "Im Dying Up Here" (Sundays, 10pm EST, Showtime) Set in the celebrated and infamous L.A. stand-up comedy scene of the '70s, where the careers of most comedy superstars began, "I'm Dying Up Here" delves into the inspired and damaged psyches that inhabit the hilarious, but complex business of making an audience laugh. The series is based on William Knoedelseder's book of the same name.

John Brenkus  

John Brenkus has spent the last decade studying and popularizing the unique characteristics of the world's greatest athletes. He produced the Emmy Award-winning program Sport Science on ESPN, which has helped millions of viewers understand the "Why" behind the "Wow" of their favorite athletes and sports moments. He also created the groundbreaking series Fight Science for National Geographic, and has his new weekly podcast "Brink of Midnight" (available everywhere now) where he interviews athletes and entertainers to find the specific moments of their journeys that changed their lives. Matt Weiss is in Africa so Theo Von cohosts with Ari Mannis. Wow the cat is away the mice will play... with John Brenkus. Enjoy!

Clark Duke  

You know him from "Kick Ass", "Hot Tub Time Machine", "Sex Drive", "Greek", "Bad Moms" and the upcoming "I'm Dying Up Here" on Showtime, it's funny man Clark Duke in the house. What it's like going to Jim Carrey's house? What does Aaron Taylor Johnson smell like? Which of the "Bad Moms" would F, Marry and Kill? But most importantly, who parties harder than anyone he's ever met in this town? Find out the answer to all these questions and more on this week's "Allegedly".

Alexandra Paul  

The "Baywatch" movie is around the corner, but we've got an OG "Baywatch" babe - Alexandra Paul - aka Stephanie Holden from the series. And she's here to spill it all - why she was left out of the film, what kind of partying was going on with the Hoff, why were there no black lifeguards? Along with stories about being a Lifetime TV movie queen, how she blew her "Flashdance" audition, and which producer tried to do coke with her, the beautiful and honest Paul shows you just how classy Hollywood can really be. But who's pitch for a new Lifetime movie will she pick to be victorious - Theo or Matt? Listen! Rate! Review! ENJOY!

Jo Koy  

Hot off his Netflix comedy special 'Live from Seattle' its Jo Koy talking about sacrificing fatherhood to keep his comedy dream alive. And how his latest special has changed his life. Touching and hilarious.

Dule Hill & Elise Neal  

While the cat's away, the divas will play! "Logan" star Elise Neal steps in for Theo who is out and about making people laugh across the country, and she and Matt interview the star of the new movie "Sleight" (and soon to be seen on "Suits") - Dule Hill! From the producers of "Get Out" comes this movie about magic and mayhem, and Hill fills us in on making the film, getting engaged, and possibly meeting Prince Harry! Neal talks about breaking the internet with her hot 51-year-old bod, what kind of a man she's looking for, and even sings us some "Hustle and Flow". The competition gets out of control when each person is out for themselves, including Matt, to take it all down! You know it's hard out there for a pimp...

Jay Chandrasekhar  

Attention all "Super Troopers" (and upcoming "Super Troopers 2") fans - the films writer, director and Thorny himself - Jay Chandrasekhar - is in the studio to talk about the cult mega hit and what to expect from the sequel. Chandrasekhar is also the author of the new book "Mustache Shenanigans" all about his journey in Hollywood, including fighting with Burt Reynolds, smoking with Willie Nelson, and being on drugs while selling a movie at Sundance. In the end, the win may go to whomever can pronounce his name right... or whomever has the best mustache shenanigans of their own.

The Dudesons  

They're the Finnish stunt group that has dominated YOUTUBE with stunts like putting a scorpion in their mouths and duct taping them shut... letting alligators bite their arms... and just about every other crazy thing you can think of. Part Roman Atwood, part "Jackass", part positive anarchists, The Dudesons have ruled MTV, their own film, and their top stunts on Youtube and Facebook. Jukka Hilden, head of the group, joins "Allegedly" with mousetraps and rubber bands to see how far the hosts will go to win. Who wants it the most - Theo or Matt? It comes down to the Dudeson Wheel of Fortune.

Orny Adams  

You may recognize him as Coach Bobby Finstock on MTV's hit show "Teen Wolf" or from that documentary he was featured in with Jerry Seinfeld "Comedian" or from his many, many talk show appearances and comedy specials... it's the one and only Orny Adams. Part Richard Lewis, part Gilbert Godfried, part Carol Channing, this stand-up comedian doesn't do many interview, but opened up to us about the documentary that killed his career, about the "Teen Wolf" upcoming series finale (and if he's seen Colton Haynes naked), and about the lowest and highest points of his life. But will it be Theo's story about accidental ejaculation or Matt's secret connection with Orny that put one of the hosts in the winner's circle? Listen up!


We're definitely not alone now today cause 80's icon pop singer Tiffany is in the hiz-ouse! And she's a pothead! Who knew? Theo can barely control himself when memories of her music in the school bus brings back all sorts of strange feelings back. Tiffany comments on everything from Debbie Gibson to denim jackets (she don't wear them no more) to almost getting killed by a stalker to missing prom to getting hit on by celebs. With her new album out, Tiffany proves she's way different from the pop star we remember, and she's got the stories to prove it. But who ends up alone now - Theo or Matt? LISTEN! RATE! REVIEW! AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, ENJOY TIFFANY!

Phil Keoghan  

We've got "The Amazing Race" host Phil Keoghan on, and we ask him the question everyone wants to know - as someone who's been around the world, which country is his favorite to masturbate in? (No, seriously, we asked). As season 29 of the hit reality show premieres this week, we grilled Keoghan on the new season twists, on getting mistaken for Jeff Probst, on his least favorite place in the world, on how he prevents chafing on his balls, and all the things "Amazing Race" groupies have done to get his attention. In the end, will it be Theo's rendition of "Amazing Grace" or Matt's pitching of himself to be on Season 30 that will win Keoghan over?

Sophie Simmons  

She started being featured on TV at the age of 11 on "Gene Simmons Family Jewels", but now Sophie Simmons has come into her own... singer, songwriter, actress, model and women's advocate! And the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree - at least when it comes to in your face honesty! Simmons spills all sorts of T on the podcast, calling out people like Katey Sagal, Britney Spears, and the Kardashians on their bad behavior, as well as discussing dating in Hollywood (she's single, sort of), the casting couch (she keeps screenshots, people), and what it's like being Gene and Shannon's daughter. Which host do you think she takes a shine to more?

John Henson  

The 90's are calling and former "Talk Soup" host John Henson is answering. Memba Skunk Boy, the OG Talk Souper turned "Wipeout" host? He's here with your boys to talk about the strippers he banged back in the day, his run in with Tom (and Suri) Cruise, and the size of his young son's penis. No, really. In the end, a fatal food mistake kills one host's chances, but everybody leaves a winner this time! Not really.

Bitsie Tulloch  

As the series finale of the hit NBC show "Grimm" looms, one of the show's leads for all six seasons, Bitsie Tulloch, is in the "Allegedly" studio to talk about the end of an era and the beginning of a new one, namely her upcoming marriage to co-star David Giuntoli (a "Road Rules" veteran just like Theo). Find out if they've ever banged on set (and where)... what the network thought of their relationship... and when they will finally walk down the aisle. Tulloch, a Harvard graduate, may have to lower her intellect just a bit to judge the competition that is Theo versus Matt, and in the end it all comes down to one single song.

Fortune Feimster  

She's Nurse Colette on "The Mindy Project", Dougie on "Life in Pieces", and one of the funniest comedians around - Fortune Feimster - and she's here on "Allegedly"! The lesbian laughster talks about Kaling, Handler, Aniston and Jacquelyn Smith - not the Angel, but her girlfriend! Sitting in the judge's chair, nothing is off limits for Feimster from bringing back the bush to coming out of the closet, but in the end, the she's got to pick which host she would most want to repopulate the Earth with in case of the apocalypse.

Tim Matheson  

Tim Matheson is in the house with some real animals now! Matheson, who played Otter in the classic "Animal House" and currently plays Ronald Reagan in the National Geographic flick "Killing Reagan" sat down with the hosts to discuss his long career working with greats like John Belushi, Lucille Ball, Michael Landon, Chris Farley, Chevy Chase, and so many more. Matheson let years of cinematic history spill - including roles he turned down, people he's feuded with and some good old fashioned tales of Hollywood sex, drugs, rock and roll. From Nancy Reagan's reputation to casting couches to the plot of the new "Jumanji", film, Matheson holds nothing back in this interview which has points flying all over the place, leaving the win decision down to the very end.

Aaron Carter  

He's back! Remember child star, singer, actor Aaron Carter? He may have disappeared from the public eye for a beat, but he was only working on his craft, coming back stronger than ever with his new album LOVE. Live the ups and downs of being a celebrity at such a young age, to traveling the world, to hitting rock bottom, to bouncing back with a vengeance. Carter updates everyone on his love life (he's ready for marriage and kids), his competition (look out Justin Bieber), his relationship with brother Backstreet Boy Nick Carter (it's getting back to normal), and even how his mother once sold his hair on Ebay. Using demerits instead of points, Carter takes charge of the competition, making both hosts work their asses off to pull in a win.

Brad Meltzer  

"Allegedly" takes on the New York Times Best Seller list for the first time when award winning thriller writer, children's writer, comic book writer, and Ted Talk-er Brad Meltzer sits down to discuss his new children's book "I Am Jim Henson". Find out which writers are too big for their own britches (not you Judy Blume)... which Kardashian he'd never write a book about... and what the award winning "Justice League" writer thinks about the upcoming movie version of the iconic comic. It's our most intellectual "Allegedly" yet, but but let's be serious, he just hires children in Nicaragua to write his novels these days (no seriously, he said it...).

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