I did a podcast with Annie Potts from Ghostbusters, Mark Hamill from Star Wars and Steve Molaro who co-created Young SHeldon

I don't quite understand how this happened either.

Steve Molaro (showrunner of Big Bang Theory and co-creator of Young Sheldon) wanted to chat about the 1978 film Corvette Summer - so he brought along its stars, Annie Potts and Mark Hamill.

It was Annie's first film ever and Mark's first film after Star Wars. They talk about what it was like filming, how Mark became famous during the production, the pros and cons of watching your work back and more. Plus Steve talks about writing comedy, how he got started and all sorts.

Hope you enjoy it. Please share it with people if you do. (Or if you don't, share it with people you don't like.)

Website http://istya.libsyn.com/ep-266-corve...

iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcas...

Spotify https://open.spotify.com/episode/6QQ...

Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCXe...

Whoa, that's nuts!

I know, it's crackers. GOod show though.

Here's a Reddit thread if anyone wants to chime in (or upvote..)

https://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comm...

Does this mean you are now officially a link in a chain of 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon?

I just checked and either Annie or Mark give me a Bacon of two.

However, I was in a production with an actor - though we never met - that already had a Bacon of two.

But! If you count the time I said hello to Bob Hoskins in the street, I had a Bacon of *one*.

The Sneeze belongs at the top of Steve Molaro's credits every time, IMO. Like the nose from whence it came, that place is a goldmine (of comedy). It deserves to remain on the internet in perpetuity whether it receives updates or not.

I wrote to the person that wrote the Sneeze asking them to come on. It's only later that I found out it was Steve.

In fact, at the time I had no idea who Steve was.

So, if I hadn't emailed that anonymous writer three years ago, we never would have ended up Annie and Mark on the show.

Just dumb luck.