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  • Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (Rob Corddry / Craig Robinson / Clark Duke) | Anatomy of a Movie

    · 00:25:45 · Anatomy of a Movie

    In this AOM show, host Phil Svitek discusses his love of Hot Tub Time Machine 2! Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is a 2015 American science fiction comedy film directed by Steve Pinkand written by Josh Heald. The film stars Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, Adam Scott,Chevy Chase, and Gillian Jacobs. It is the sequel to […] The post Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (Rob Corddry / Craig Robinson / Clark Duke) | Anatomy of a Movie appeared first on Popcorn Talk - We Talk Movies.

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  • How to Squash Negative Self-Talk with Rob Scott: Harder to Kill Radio 047

    · Harder to Kill Radio – Forging Unbreakable Human

    On this week's episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet mindset coach Rob Scott. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS feed | Review Thank you to our incredible sponsors, Prep Dish and Fat Face Skincare!  Check out our sponsor Prep Dish, a Paleo-based meal planning service. Each week, you receive an email that contains an organized grocery list & simple instructions for prepping your meals ahead of time. Not only is this a time saver, but the meals are simple AND delicious, for example: Smoky Paprika Chicken Legs with Roasted Carrots, Parsnips & Fennel or Chipotle Bison & Kale Chili. Prep Dish gives you step-by-step instructions for having a fridge full of homemade meals.  Try it FREE for a month. Click here! Meet Episode 47's Guest, Rob Scott Rob Scott is known for hijacking people’s minds, rewiring their limiting beliefs, and leaving them completely transformed. He's a master level coach who creates digital products and training programs for world changers that help them “breakthrough” their deepest limits. After working with Rob people become incredibly effective, more successful and deeply fulfilled. Through his work, Rob helps people reprogram their mindsets and connect to their deepest purpose. You can find out more about how Rob hacks the human brain at RobScott.com and how he shifts identities at IdentityShifting.com. In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn: The odds Rob overcame to become the coach he is today How powerful stories may be holding you back How Rob helps people shift their identities Rob's thoughts on willpower as a finite resource Tips for banishing negative self-talk Rob's three-part strategy for mastering mindset His tips for helping children be themselves Rob's hope for shifting the mindset of entire cultures Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Rob's website Rob's Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn His free course (go to the bottom of this page and select "Click here to get started with my free course, and experience your own Fundamental Shift." Rob's free "Mastering Confidence" tutorial Sweet! Thanks for Tuning In! Thanks so much for joining me again this week. Have some feedback to share? Leave a note in the comment section below. If you liked this episode, please share it via the social media buttons on the left side of the post. I’d so appreciate if you take a moment to subscribe and leave a review for Harder to Kill Radio in iTunes! When you rate and review the show, it really helps others discover Harder to Kill Radio, and I am so grateful for your feedback. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS feed | Review Join me next week for Episode 48 for my interview with a nutritionist with a passion for real food, functional movement, sustainable living, and daily play. Pin these images from Harder to Kill Radio for later: The post How to Squash Negative Self-Talk with Rob Scott: Harder to Kill Radio 047 appeared first on Stupid Easy Paleo.

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  • Rob Bello Sessions Ep 001

    · Chill Lover Radio

    Disclaimer chill lover radio does not own or claim to own the audio shown it is for promotional use only. Rob Bello Sessions Ep 001 Connect with Rob Bello : -Pro.Beatport: https://pro.beatport.com/artist/rob-bello/76613 -Traxsource: http://traxsource.com/artist/133959/rob-bello Style: Deep / House / Progressive / Tech / Electro Enjoy! -Tracklist- 1. MojoK & Rob Bello - Every Little Symbol (Original Mix) 2. Rob Bello & MojoK - The World Doesn’t Know (Original Mix) 3. Emilie Brandt - Human (Rob Bello Deeptune Remix) 4. S DEF - All Mine (MojoK & Rob Bello Remix) 5. MojoK - Soul Launched (Rob Bello & VINTRO Remix) 6. Puff Dogs - That Puff Dog (Rob Bello Remix) 7. Rob Bello & VINTRO - People Love Rides (Rob Bello Remix) 8. Kere Dancygier - Shake This (Rob Bello Remix) 9. ZHU - Faded (Rob Bello & VINTRO Remix) 10. Natema & Surface Freakz - Hot City (Surface Freakz Remix) 11. S DEF - Smooth (MojoK, Rob Bello & VINTRO Remix) 12. Glass House - Better Days (Rob Bello Remix)

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  • Do Amazing Things Just By Showing Up| Rob Hartman, Pacific Capital Advisors | #52

    · Top Traders Unplugged with Niels Kaastrup-Larsen | Engaging Conversations with the Top Traders & Investors

    "The dirty and hard work is how do you survive those consolidations and the difficult periods." - Rob Hartman (Tweet)Rob Hartman knows that showing up is half the battle when it comes to work in any industry. But his viewpoint as a solo fund manager give us deep insight into the inner-workings of a firm and how it deals with drawdowns, track record, and investors' questions. In Part 2 of our conversation with Rob, we dive into his models and programs and how each of them works. We also learn about Rob's background that helps round out this picture of a successful manager.Thanks for listening and welcome to the second part of our talk with Rob Hartman.Subscribe on: In This Episode, You'll Learn: Why Hannah Montana has some life lessons to teach. Rob’s track record and how to read it. What happened when he changed his strategy."A lot of this is just staying organized and being willing to do whatever it takes to make money for the client in interesting ways." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) The details of the programs he runs. How Vanguard, his flagship product, works. How he manages his momentum trades, or trend following trades. Why his thoughts on position sizing have evolved over time. How he conducts his research and why he doesn't do any discretionary trading on his models."I’m constantly generating inventory of other strategies that run on other markets." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) The risk that he focuses on as a smaller manager and how he manages that risk. How he deals with questions about drawdowns from investors. How Rob copes emotionally when he experiences a drawdown."My program isn’t really dependent on not missing the big move." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) What his research process is without a research team."Success will be defined by the time and diligence you put into ongoing research." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) What is the optimal number of rules for Rob’s models to have. What questions investors are missing in their due diligence. Books he would recommend for would-be managers. The advice he gives to his kids and the lessons he wants to pass on.Resources & Links Mentioned in this Episode:Rob recommends these books: Van Tharp - Trade Your Way To Financial Freedom Rishi Narang - Inside the Black Box: A Simple Guide to Quantitative and High Frequency TradingRob also mentions getting inspiration from Kathryn Kaminski, who was our guest on Episode 41 and Episode 42.If you want to see Rob in a past life, you can watch his windsurfing "Winning Formula" video on YouTube.This episode was sponsored by Swiss Financial Services:Connect with Pacific Capital Advisors:Visit the Website: www.PacificCapitalAdvisors.comCall Pacific Capital Advisors: +1 650-988-9721E-Mail Pacific Capital Advisors via this form.Follow Rob Hartman on Linkedin"You’re going to be in the 95th percentile if you just wake up, get up, and show up." - Robt Hartman (Tweet)

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  • Uber's First Investor, First Round Capital's Rob Hayes on How The Deal Of The Decade Originated and Why Product Orientated VC Is The Future

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Rob Hayes is a partner at First Round Capital where he opened up the firm's San Francisco office. Over the past eight years, he has led investments in companies such as Mint.com (acquired by Intuit), Gnip (acquired by Twitter), Square, Uber, eero, and Planet Labs. Prior to joining First Round, Rob became the first venture investor at Omidyar Network, the investment firm started by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar. While there, he led most of the initial venture capital deals and later built and ran the technology investing group. Before that, Rob worked at Palm, where he product managed Palm OS and started the company's corporate venture fund. In Today's Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Rob made his move into the VC world from working with Palm in the heyday? 2.) Question From David Hornik : How did Rob's seed investment in Uber originate? What made Rob invest? Did Rob realise the potential for Uber when he invested? When did Rob realize it was going to be huge? 3.) Has the investment in Uber changed how Rob views seed investing? Talking of the Uber’s of the world, how do you ensure that you find and decide to invest in the next Uber, when it raises a seed round? 4.) In terms of deal closing, how does Rob approach that element of the deal and what was the competition and closing environment around the Uber deal? 5.) Question from Satya at Homebrew: Stepping back and looking at First Round, what has changed in FRC’s approach as the firm has grown? How does the firm think about managing generational transition? Items Mentioned In Today's Episode: Rob's Fave Book: Travels with Charley: John Steinbeck Rob's Fave Blog or Newsletter: Dan Primack: Term Sheet Rob's Most Recent Investment: eero: Blanket Your Home In Fast, Reliable Wifi   As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VC, Harry and Rob on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!   How many emails do you have in your inbox right now? A hundred? A thousand? The answer is too many. But here’s the thing—even though I knew I wanted to do something about it, I didn’t know how. It’s called SaneBox. SaneBox sorts through your email and moves all of the trivial stuff into a different folder so the only messages in your inbox are the ones you actually want to see. Visit sanebox.com/20VC today and they’ll throw in an extra $20 credit on top of the two-week free trial.

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  • 20VC: Rob Go @ NextView on WTF Is Seed Investing Today and Why Raising Too Much Money Can Harm Your Startup

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Rob Go is a co-founder and Partner at NextView Ventures, Next View are hands on, high conviction true seed stage investors. Prior to founding NextView, Rob was at Spark Capital and focused on early stage investments in consumer web and mobile. Before joining Spark Capital, Rob worked at Ebay as the Business Product Lead for “Finding”. In this role, he oversaw the launch of major products that enhanced the search, browse, and product discovery experience for tens of millions of users.  In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How did Rob come to found NextView and what was his route into VC? 2.)  NextView are seed investors but what does that really mean today? Why has the entire seed stage moved further down the funnel? 3.) With regards to runway, there are two side son the table, those like Jeff Clavier and I who believe 36 months is optimal. What side of the table is Rob on? Longer or shorter runway? 4.) Why are smaller rounds optimal according to Rob? What do they allow you to do that you cannot do with larger rounds? What does the rise of pre-seed do for Rob as a true seed investor? 5.) Regadless of label competition between VC is now larger than ever, what does Rob make of the personalisation of VC and branding tactics used by Mark Suster etc? Items Mentioned In Today’s Episode:  Rob’s Fave Book: Ready Player One Rob’s Fave Blog: Wait But Why Rob’s Most Recent Investment: Dia & Co As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VC, Harry and Rob on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!   Attend one of the best conferences of the year, Sunrise, with speakers from the likes of Atlasssian, Canva and Planet Labs. Check it out here!   The Twenty Minute VC is brought to you by Leesa, the Warby Parker or TOMS shoes of the mattress industry. Lees have done away with the terrible mattress showroom buying experience by creating a luxury premium foam mattress that is order completely online and ships for free to your doorstep. The 10 inch mattress comes in all sizes and is engineered with 3 unique foam layers for a universal, adaptive feel, including 2 inches of memory foam and 2 inches of a really cool latex foam called Avena, design to keep you cool. All Leesa mattresses are 100% US or UK made and for every 10 mattresses they sell, they donate one to a shelter. Go to Leesa.com/VC and enter the promo code VC75 to get $75 off!\  

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  • 244 - God Made Us To Kill Us

    · 02:10:06 · Harmontown

    Dan explores new interactive options for the show, Rob Corddry and Rob Schrab weigh in on Dan’s writing methods, while Guest Comptroller Brandon Johnson becomes Dan’s angry writing coach. Featuring Dan Harmon, Brandon Johnson, Spencer Crittenden, Rob Corddry and Rob Schrab.

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  • Rob Corddry - How You Eeling Today?

    · Dumb People Town

    This week, Rob Corddry (of Elizabeth Warren's favorite television show, "Ballers") unicycles all the way down to Dumb People Town! Rob talks about getting a gun pulled on him in Florida, and in Story #1, a member of the Illuminati is arrested after emerging under a blanket. Rob tells the gang about his grandfather's rusty shotgun, and getting rejected for a movie kiss by Raquel Welch. Story #2 is the tale of a woman who got her hand stuck in an unfortunate place. Story #3 brings us a man who released an aquatic creature into what decidedly was not its natural habitat. Kris Kristofferson leaves a voicemail about a medical problem.

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  • ASK106: What investments have Rob & Rob rejected? PLUS: Should we sell this Edinburgh flat?

    · 00:12:25 · The Property Podcast

    It's time for another couple of questions in this week’s edition of ‘Ask Rob & Rob’, Anthony and Tom from Auckland… ...asks Rob & Rob... What investments have Rob & Rob rejected? PLUS: Should we sell this Edinburgh flat? ASK YOUR OWN QUESTION TO ROB & ROB! Don't be shy! All you need to do is leave a message with your name and whatever's on your mind. Just pick up the phone and call 013 808 00035 (normal UK call rates apply). Or if you prefer, click here to leave a recording via your computer instead. NEED MORE ANSWERS? The Property Hub Summit is the place to get all your questions personally answered by Rob & Rob, and build a network of other smart, motivated investors. Over the course of a full day at a swanky hotel we'll help you set your goals, form a plan to get you there, overcome your obstacles, and give you the support system you need to make sure nothing gets in your way. Just don't hang around - there are only four Summits each year, and just 8 places available at each! Interested? Click here to find out more.

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  • Ep.41 How Rob Gardner Reached the 14 Million Revenue Mark Starting with Just £150k Capital

    · The Dent Podcast

    When Rob Gardner left his position as the youngest director at Merrill Lynch in 2006, people thought he was crazy. But he’s since gone on to become the co-founder of a multi-million pound and growing investment consultancy firm, launch his own personal brand and make real in-roads into his mission of making 100 million people financially secure. Rob’s business, Redington, is now the fourth largest investment consultancy in the UK, and was voted by the London stock exchange as one of the top 1,000 companies to inspire Britain. And on top of that, his recently published book, Save Your Acorns, sold over 1,000 copies during the first three months of being on sale. This is a must-listen episode for anyone looking to scale their business in a short space of time and compete with global companies with fewer resources.          In this episode we really get into: How Rob and his business partner won their first client, Royal Mail Redington’s transition from a traditional service model to a productised service offering, and how that boosted the company’s retained revenue from 20 to 80% Rob on growing a company past ‘the wall of death’, and how it helped him to go from 50 to 100 employees in a short space of time Building a culture of ‘radical candour’ as a solution to ‘ruinous empathy’ How Rob got his entire team to create specialised thought-leadership content, turning the entire organisation into a model of influence Rob on creating his personal brand by focusing on his drive to transform financial literacy in kids Creating a balance of the idealism of an impactful business with the commercial reality of building and growing a successful business The seven-hour rule and how Rob used it to measure and build relationships with leads, and ultimately convert them into clients How Rob and his team differentiate themselves from, and compete with, some of the biggest firms in the world How fixed fee billing has made Rob’s organisation more efficient and more profitable Resources Save Your Acorns RedStart LinkedIn Twitter Redington The Chimp Paradox by Professor Steve Peters 24 Assets The post Ep.41 How Rob Gardner Reached the 14 Million Revenue Mark Starting with Just £150k Capital appeared first on Key Person of Influence.

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  • Rob Dyrdek: From Small Town Skateboarder to Media Mogul Empire

    · 01:28:13 · The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

    I know I always say I'm excited about each episode of The School of Greatness.But I'm REALLY excited about this episode.And not just because the guest is another Ohio boy!(But I wore one of my best Ohio shirts and hats when he came by the studio.)You probably already know him from his multiple hit shows on MTV.Or from his long list of world records in skateboarding.Or for his incredible branding with labels like DC shoes.Even if you've somehow never heard of Rob Dyrdek, you're in for a huge treat.Rob is cool for many reasons.But I literally couldn't stop asking him questions during this interview because he is so SMART when it comes to business, entrepreneurship, focus, habits, and vision.Just a few of my favorite things :)Rob and I dove deep into all these topics, as well as the real motivation behind all of them - to create happiness now.I loved every  minute of this interview and can't wait for Rob to come back on the show.I know you'll get just as much out of it in Episode 373 with the legendary Rob Dyrdek.Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play or TuneIn The School of Greatness Podcast"Success or failure, there's a lesson, and it's all humbling."Some questions I ask: How do you describe yourself and your bio? (35:26) How do you manage your energy so that you're always full? (40:33) What are you non-negotiable daily habits? (58:46)In This Episode, You Will Learn: How Rob got royalties on a third of DC shoes' entire line in his mid-twenties (4:45) What the term "stirfry" means in entrepreneurship (5:52) What the difference is between a business and an idea (12:08) Why Rob embraces stalkers (16:24) The story behind his sister getting married inside the Fantasy Factory (19:20) How Fantasy Factory almost didn't make it on air (26:45) The story of how Rob almost died surfing with Laird Hamilton (33:38) How to be happy everyday (38:18) The key to living a balanced and full life (43:20) How Rob's life changed when he met Tony Robbins (43:52) Why it's so important to pick one thing to master (44:50) Plus much more... Continue Seeking Greatness: Alien Workshop Travis Pastrana Laird Hamilton Tony Robbins My Fit Foods Think and Grow Rich The Richest Man in Babylon RidiculousnessFOLLOW ROBWebsite | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Check out DesignCrowd to get bids on your perfect custom design at  http://www.designcrowd.com/greatness INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT WHICH CELEBRITY ENTREPRENEUR YOU ARE MOST LIKE? CLICK HERE JOIN ME SEPT 29 - OCT 1 FOR THE SUMMIT OF GREATNESS!! REGISTER HERE Music Credit: Move On by Steam PhunkYou may also like these episodes: Travis Pastrana on the Fearless Mindset to Pursue Passion Jesse Itzler on Pushing Your Limits and Taking Back Your Time Daymond John: The Power of Broke to Build Your BusinessDid you enjoy the podcast?Such an epic interview! What was your favorite story Rob told?"Gratitude does you no good when you're half empty."

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  • 20 VC 047: 4 Ways Investors Find Great Startups with Rob Moffat, Principal @ Balderton Capital

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Rob Moffat is Principal at Balderton Capital, one of London's leading VC firms. At Balderton Rob specialises in Fintech, Martech, Gaming and Marketplaces. Rob is currently a board director or observer with six portfolio companies: Qubit, Wooga, Housetrip, Carwow, Rentify and Nutmeg. Other investments Rob has been involved with at Balderton include Citymapper, Top10, Scoot and Archify. Prior to joining Balderton Rob worked for Google in London, as a Manager in the European Strategy and Operations team. He started his career with five years in strategy consulting with Bain, working mostly with financial services clients.   In today's amazing discussion with Rob we discover: What characteristics make a great VC? How VCs assess incoming business plans and investment opportunities? The biggest problem facing Rob today, as Principal at Balderton? How the structure of VC firms is changing to a service based environment? Does Crowdfunding pose a threat to VC as a alternative method of finance? For individuals wanting to move into Venture, what can they do to optimise their employability in the VC world? Items Mentioned in Today's Show: Rob Moffat: Medium Rob's Favourite Book: The Circle: Dave Eggers Crowdcube Just Park Nutmeg: Online Investment Management As always you can follow Harry, Rob and The Twenty Minute VC on Twitter here!  

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  • 312 Rob Corddry

    · Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

    Join Kevin as he sits down with actor and writer Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine, Children’s Hospital). Rob chats about New Orleans ghost stories, the importance of space work, and often being confused for pal David Koechner.

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  • Rob Corddry on theChive Podcast - Ep56

    · Chive Podcast

    Rob Corddry created and co-stars in one of the funniest series on Adult Swim, "Children's Hospital," which is in its 7th and final (grrrrr) season! Rob's sharing the real-life story that inspired the onetime web series, and supplying plenty of behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the cast and shooting process. He's also talking about his time as a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," what it was like taking classes from Amy Poehler at UCB, his own comedy troupe, Naked Babies, and the subtle art of improvised drama.

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  • Planning for Failure, Not Planning to Fail | Rob Hartman, Pacific Capital Advisors | #51

    · Top Traders Unplugged with Niels Kaastrup-Larsen | Engaging Conversations with the Top Traders & Investors

    "Staying organized is not so hard - the really tough stuff is figuring out how to make money for people." - Rob Hartman (Tweet)In starting any business, you run into unexpected roadblocks and challenges, and you learn something from each mistake. Our next guest is the founder of a trading firm who has grown his business twice and learned how to overcome the barriers in his way. We can learn a lot from someone who is ready for the unexpected whether it is good or bad.Thanks for listening and welcome our guest Rob Hartman.Subscribe on: In This Episode, You'll Learn: About his childhood in Upstate New York and Pennsylvania. Rob’s interest in music and sports."I was an OK student - but the things I was interested in I was fanatical about." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) How his early Rock and Roll career faired and how he went into the financial industry. How he got hired at IBM. His years at IBM and the lessons it taught him. How his fascination for trading started after he began a consulting business."It was the dot-com boom - this place was just going crazy here in the Bay Area." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) The tipping point: when he went full-in to the trading business. How he learned about different strategies and tested them. When he came upon trend following and what made him stick with it."The trend following approach seemed to be reasonably profitable and I could just rationalize it pretty well on a go-forward basis." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) What kind of trend following he started with. How a drawdown taught him he needed to differentiate himself from other managers. The lessons that his first expansion stage taught him. The big event that happened after 2010 that changed everything."MF Global happens, and essentially overnight I’m out of business." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) About MF Global and the meltdown of that firm. An overview of the programs that his firm runs. How he manages investor expectations with a small team."What’s the single point of failure? Well clearly it’s me." - Rob Hartman (Tweet) How he outsources operational roles in order to cut costs and remain a one-man shop.Resources & Links Mentioned in this Episode:Learn about IBM.Find out more about MF Global and events surrounding that company's bankruptcy.This episode was sponsored by Swiss Financial Services:Connect with Pacific Capital Advisors:Visit the Website: www.PacificCapitalAdvisors.comCall Pacific Capital Advisors: +1 650-988-9721E-Mail Pacific Capital Advisors via this form.Follow Rob Hartman on Linkedin"I think of systematic trading as a wonderful way to do as much worrying as you can as soon as possible." - Rob Hartman (Tweet)

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  • Rob Corddry

    · Spike's Car Radio

    Actor and comedian Rob Corddry joins Spike to talk about the origins of their friendship, his work on HBO's Ballers, what its like working with football players, working with friends, overcoming the Boston accent, driving a new Dodge Challenger, and the cars the show has him driving.

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