Busy Phillips is Kim Kelly! You guys! Okay, she’s done more than that (although she wouldn’t have to and she would still be great). She’s had recurring roles in Dawson’s Creek, Love Inc, ER, and Cougar Town. But back to Kim Kelly. At first you don’t like her but then you like her and you really want her and Daniel to work things out and for her and Lindsay to stay friends! I’m going to go watch Freaks and Geeks, but you guys can go to her Twitter (linked) or IMDB (linked) to find out about her non-Kim Kelly life.
December 16, 2020
Actress, author, raconteur Busy Philipps (Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best, Freaks and Geeks) joins Scott and Scott to discuss Talking Heads’ eight and final studio album “Naked.” They also talk about when Busy first heard of Talking Heads, the time she watched David Byrne perform at The Hollywood Bowl, and meeting David Byrne. Plus, the Scotts rank all of the Talking Heads records from least favorite to favorite.
October 23, 2020
Actor, host, and instagram icon Busy Philipps joins Jameela this week to talk about hollywood’s fat-shaming culture, being the perfect movie best friend, Busy’s magical intuition, why Busy chose to tell her abortion story, and why the fight for reproductive rights is so critical right now.
September 6, 2020
Actress, author, raconteur Busy Philipps joins Scott to talk about her first professional paid acting job at toy fairs, the true origin of her nickname, and her new podcast “Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best.” Then, Red Lobster CEO Tricia Seawater stops by to talk about her recent booming business. Plus, bus driver Burgey Sullenberger returns and meets yet another Burgey Sullenberger.
January 21, 2019
Paul F. Tompkins says hello and goodbye on this edition of Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s very special guest is Spontaneanation’s first and final guest, Busy Philipps of Busy Tonight! They chat about what Busy’s themed restaurant would be and why. Then, they are joined by improvisers Maria Blasucci, Craig Cackowski, Eugene Cordero, Shaun Diston, Amanda Lund, Tawny Newsome, Colleen Smith, Carl Tart, Little Janet Varney, and Jean Villepique, to improvise a story set in Charleston, South Carolina. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!
This episode is brought to you by Leesa (www.leesa.com/PFT).
February 14, 2018
Actor Busy Philipps joins Susan and Sarah to talk about crying in restaurants, the monologue by Elio’s Dad, Mr. Perlman, in “Call Me By Your Name” by Andre Aciman, “Does Not Suffice” by Joanna Newsom, the poem “Good Bones” by Maggie Smith, and “Guilty Party” by The National.