William Van Duzer “Bill” Lawrence IV is an American screenwriter, producer, and director. He is best known as the creator of the sitcom Scrubs, co-creator of Cougar Town and co-creator of Spin City. He was also co-creator of the short-lived animated series Clone High, in which he voiced the leader of the shadowy figures, and is the co-creator of Ground Floor, which ran on TBS. He has written for many other shows including Friends, The Nanny, and Boy Meets World.
September 11, 2015
This week, the Sklars discuss why college stadium announcers can’t hold a job and why Japan’s olympic logo was thwarted by a theatre company. Then, Bill Lawrence joins the show wherein he discusses the art of performing live and how it translates to producing a multi-cam sitcom. Additionally, the gang debates on which players should be in the baseball hall of fame, despite being simply despicable. Later, the guys explain why passing out in your car is not a reasonable sports celebration, why you shouldn’t bring a gun on a plane, and how Marshawn Lynch seduced a TV host. Lastly, Nic Cage calls in to describe his very literal man cave.