Tony Hale started acting for the screen in 1995 and most of his early screen appearances were comprised of minor roles on film and television, with a few notable standouts, including a 1999 television commercial for Volkswagen where he is seen dancing along to the Styx song “Mr. Roboto.” He shot to popularity in 2003, when he joined the cast of the award-winning comedy Arrested Development. His role as Buster Bluth, the socially inept and immature son of George Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor) and Lucille (Jessica Walter), endeared him to viewers and was acclaimed by critics, too.
David Duchovny is best known for playing FBI Agent Fox Mulder on the science fiction horror drama series The X-Files but Duchovny's latest work is the book Holy Cow! This week Michael Dials him up and finds out more on the book and his other projects.
NY Times columnist Patricia Marx returns to Whad'Ya Know? to talk about aging and her new book Let's Be Less Stupid! Patty shares her experience with IQ testing, MRI and intelligence, brain activity of dead salmon, and more. Thankfully her brain is not oozing out of her eyes, ears, nose and mouth. Well maybe her mouth...
The self-named comedic troublemaker Andy Kindler makes up for missing Michael's call last week and chats about his projects, Bob's Burgers and more! Kindler examines his comic stylings being problematic and the explanations being funnier than the jokes. After riffing in Yiddish and many Shakespeare references, Michael and Andy share being old.and their similar sense of humor and more.