Pauly Shore interviews Hawaii 5-0's Scott Caan
Pauly interviews Shark Tank's Daymond John and YouTube star Jimmy Tatro.
Pauly interviews actor and comedian Chris Kattan along with Comedy Store manager Adam Eget.
Pauly interviews Dexter Holland and Noodles of the Offspring.
Pauly and his co-host, Instagram sensation and model Emily Sears, interview comedian Iliza Schlesinger and model and volley ball player Hannah Stocking.
Pauly Shore interviews MTV's Doug Herzog and Camille Grammer.
Pauly Shore interviews attorney Peter Paterno.
Pauly Shore interviews comedian Harland Williams.
Judd Apatow stops by the Pauly Shore podcast to talk about his early beginning in comedy working for Pauly Shore's dad, why he gave up stand-up for writing and why he's excited to bring Pee Wee Herman back to the big screen.
Married with Children's David Faustino joins Pauly on this week's podcast to talk about life after 11-years of being "Bud Bundy," partying at the Playboy Mansion and the possibility of a new Married with Children series in the near future.
Former talk show host Montel Williams stops by the Pauly Shore Podcast to talk about his fight to legalize medical marijuana, his battle with MS and his struggle to get American soldiers freed from Mexican and Iranian prisons.
Limp Bizkit's Ferd Durst joins Pauly Shore and comedian Bobby Lee on this week's episode of The Pauly Shore podcast to talk about their glory day's at MTV, working with a little known rapper named Eminem back in the day and what the future holds for one of the biggest Nu-Metal bands of the 90's.
Pauly interviews Reggae Musician Ziggy Marley
Jaleel White sits down with Pauly Shore to talk about life without Steve Urkel. Plus The Weez interviews Kevin Farley, brother of late comedian Chris Farley.
Ever wonder why your favorite Pauly Shore movies aren't on Netflix? Hits like Son In Law, Encino Man and In The Army Now. Well so did Pauly. That's why for this week's show we kidnapped Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos and interrogated him to find out what's the deal. After hours of brutal grilling Ted finally spilled the beans. He tells us why only Goofy Movie 2 and Stonerville are currently available, how the company makes 400-million a month and why Adam Sandler's next four movies will only be available on Netflix.
Comedian and actor Jamie Kennedy weasels his way onto the Pauly Shore podcast to hit up Paulie about a possible comedy tour with him and Tom Green. Plus the Scream talks to The Weaz about life after Jennifer Love Hewitt, going back on the road to perform comedy and a new movie he's producing.
Director and Producer Brett Ratner drops in on the Pauly Shore podcast to talk about how Steven Spielberg jump started his career when he was only 17-years-old, directing fake videos with Pauly to meet hot chicks and the status of Rush Hour 4. Plus the insanely hot porn star Alexis Texas sits in the hot seat as Pauly grills the phat-bottomed girl about her love life, sex life and where she got that world class ass.
Pauly Shore cuts through Bob Saget's TV family man image to reveal the brilliant comedian he truly is. Bob talks about how Mitzi Shore convinced him to drop out of film school to become a comedian, how he ended up on Full House and America's Funniest Home Videos and why he uses the word Fuck so much at all of his comedy gigs.
Legendary comedian Garry Shandling steps back into the limelight for a rare interview on this week's episode of the Pauly Shore Podcast. The Emmy winning funny man talks to Pauly about his struggle to become a full-time comedian back in the early 80's, the death of Robin Williams, why he's been out of the public spotlight and whether or not he'd ever consider going back out on the road for a new comedy tour.
David Arquette is in the house! The Scream star and former WCW World Champion sits down with Pauly to talk about life after Courtney Cox, his new family and falling off the wagon. Plus you'll hear never-before-heard-stories about his childhood friends like Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire.
Pauly interviews Hawaii Five-0's Alex O'Loughlin on the set of the CBS prime-time drama.
Iconic 80's comedian Gallagher sits down with Pauly for a heartbreaking interview in which the Sledgehammer wielding funnyman talks about his family turning their back on him after he filed a lawsuit against his brother to stop impersonating him, how he lost millions and now lives paycheck to paycheck traveling around the U-S performing and that before he goes to bed every night his biggest fear is that he won't wake up the next morning.