REVEALED: My secret past with Seth Green!

Also, it’s never easy to explain to Harrison Ford what Cartoon Network is. But it has to be done.

NEXT TIME: Patton Oswalt.


I chat with the terrific Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who proclaims himself to be human coriander.

Oh, and you should know that the titile of the video is rather misleading. Classic Internet!

NEXT TIME: Seth Green

Speakeasy is back! And I got to chat with my old Best Week Ever pal Paul Scheer about all his TV shows and how anyone can be good at fantasy football if they really don’t try.

Speakeasy Episode 13: Zach Galifianakis [Part 2]

The thrilling conclusion to my conversation with the star of The Hangover and The Hangover 2 and probably The Hangover 3.

DISCLAIMER: I host this show. That’s all I do. I am not a producer, nor a writer, nor am I involved in the editing process. I say this so that in the unlikely event you see A GLARING SPELLING ERROR IN A TITLE CARD, you will know I am not responsible.

Speakeasy Episode 12: Zach Galifianakis [Part 1]

I have a nice long chat with Zach about this and that. Zach will show you what you look like when you are watching a serious play. You will be surprised to see what you look like! There is also a fair amount of straw hijinks.

Next week: More with Zach!

Here you go, miss!  It’s two more questions, answered by me, Paul F. Tompkins!

Sam Elliot is discussed. His secrets are, perhaps, revealed.

Monday: Episode 12 featuring Zach Galifianakis

Speakeasy Episode 11: Jason Ritter

Please enjoy my crazy chat with the pile-of-charm-in-men’s-clothing that is Jason Ritter!

Our conversation takes some unexpected twists and turns! Unless you have the gift of the second sight! In which case, pay less attention to YouTube and more attention to distracted people stepping into busy intersections!

I am compelled to answer internet questions on the internet! Only true love can free me from this curse!

Monday on Speakeasy: Jason Ritter.

Speakeasy Episode 10: Damian Lewis

I was thrilled to meet and chat with brilliant actor Damian Lewis. Not only because I am a fan of Homeland, but also because Band of Brothers is one of the most amazing things ever to exist on television, and he is superb in it.

Those Bloody Marys were goooooood, too.

Two more questions on this Speakeasy interstitial!

This is especially for people who long to hear my thoughts on the final ten minutes of Mr. Holland’s Opus.