Michael David Rapaport is an American actor, director and comedian. He has acted in more than forty films since the early 1990s. His best known roles on television are Boston Public, Prison Break, Friends, The War at Home, and Justified.
October 5, 2017
Danielle and special co-host/Dennis Rodman truther Deanna Cheng have quite a task in front of them with THREE cities to cover this week, so they bring in fan favorite Michael Rapaport to help and he COMES TO PLAY. They talk pigtails, tiny dicks and which housewife’s tenure was short on time but had a real KICK (hint, hint)).
Plus, Danielle’s husband Matt Besser stops by and Michael helps them to speak the same love language: Drama.
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January 11, 2017
Join Casey and Danielle in the nook with a verrrrry special yet somewhat unlikely housewives fanatic Michael Rapaport. He enlightens us on why Meryl Streep couldn’t handle the role of Ramona Singer and why Mariah needs to give up on the leotards. Danielle shares some tough feedback from her high school days as a passionate/loud/manic songstress.
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April 14, 2016
A Denzealot calls in to break down the Denzel Watchingthon in Austin, TX. Then, actor and director Michael Rapaport joins Kamau and Kevin to describe what makes Denzel prolific and why the movie business is in jeopardy. Check out United Shades of America on CNN April 24th and Kamau’s first comedy special, “Semi-Prominent Negro,” on Showtime April 29th.
August 28, 2015
Randy and Jason kick off this week’s episode by explaining why you don’t loose a game on purpose or remove the team that always lets you beat them from your schedule. Then, Michael Rapaport joins the Sklars to talk about his new show Public Morals, what lead him to make a documentary about a Tribe Called Quest, and all things basketball. Also, the gang covers headlines that include Gronk’s predatory training camp, a professional criminal that is anything but, and a picture frame that speaks a thousand words. Later, Jesse Thorne, not to be confused with Jesse Thorn, calls in to report that the Yankees are in fact still popular.