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Comedian Sharon Houston has worked on some daytime court TV shows as an associate producer and a producer. It's a crazy genre of TV! She lifts the robe on shows like Judge Joe Brown and other daytime court TV shows. The podcast also covers chats with Reality TV show producers, Reality TV show stars, judges, defense attorneys, investigative reporters, and more. So make yourself a cup of shitty office coffee and grab a chair that doesn't support your back whatsoever and join Sharon in her cubicle.

Comedian Sharon Houston has worked on some daytime court TV shows as an associate producer and a producer. It's a crazy genre of TV! She lifts the robe on shows like Judge Joe Brown and other daytime court TV shows. The podcast also covers chats with Reality TV show producers, Reality TV show stars, judges, defense attorneys, investigative reporters, and more. So make yourself a cup of shitty office coffee and grab a chair that doesn't support your back whatsoever and join Sharon in her cubicle.
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Comedian Sharon Houston has worked on some daytime court TV shows as an associate producer and a producer. It's a crazy genre of TV! She lifts the robe on shows like Judge Joe Brown and other daytime court TV shows. The podcast also covers chats with Reality TV show producers, Reality TV show stars, judges, defense attorneys, investigative reporters, and more. So make yourself a cup of shitty office coffee and grab a chair that doesn't support your back whatsoever and join Sharon in her cubicle.

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Episodes

Episode 82: CComedian Greg Behrendt talks about how appearances on Oprah plugging his book led to a season as a daytime talk show host.

4/23/2018
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Greg is a brilliant stand up comic, writer, podcaster, and just a wonderful human. He and I did a show together recently and his talk show came up so I asked him to do my podcast. It's a really in-depth chat about not just his talk show, but about how his book "He's Not That Into You" came about, how he got a job on "Sex In The City", his old roommates (comedians you all know), how appearances plugging his book on Oprah led to him getting a gig as a daytime talk show host, and...

Duration:01:50:26

Episode 81: Divorce Court EP just got arrested for homicide.

4/16/2018
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I worked on Divorce Court but NOT for Jill Blackstone, the EP who was just arrested on suspicion of murdering her sister. I talk about the circumstances surrounding the murder and the arrest, then revisit an episode I recorded with a colleague from Season 13 of Divorce Court, Joaquin Ferreira. I couldn't get anyone who actually worked with Jill to do the pod because they didn't want to implicate her in a pending trial. She wasn't easy to work for soooo... no one wants to really talk about...

Duration:00:56:19

Episode 80: A revisit of an interview with TV Producer Adam Spiegleman!

4/9/2018
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This is an oldie but goodie! I love this chat for lots of reasons but mostly because you can hear my dog Chipotle bark in the background at one point. RIP, Chipotle! Adam and I get into dealing with litigants who are upset they lost their case. Adam was mentored by an old school Ricki Lake producer so he really knows how to handle a bad situation. Enjoy this blast from the Daytime Justice past! Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on...

Duration:01:04:57

Episode 79: David Collins and Rob Eric talk Queer Eye!

4/2/2018
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It took David 2 years to sell the original Queer Eye and now, the reboot on Netflix is taking the world by storm. David Collings, Co-Owner of Scout Productions and creator of Queer Eye and Rob Eric, Chief Creative Officer and Executive Producer of Queer Eye chat with me about the original Queer Eye and how it came to be and the reboot. These guys are amazing! They're kind, thoughtful about the programming they create and produce, and are men of strength and compassion. They're also really,...

Duration:00:41:30

Episode 78: Billy Rainey and Stephen Krueger, EPs of hidden camera shows.

3/26/2018
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Billy and Steve met on season 1 of Punk'd. I met Billy on Season 8 and met Steve on a totally different show that Billy brought me on to. They are two of the funniest people I've ever met... and I know a lot of funny people. We talk about Punk'd, 'Tainment, Chatting with Choa, and 'Tainment forks. I know that all sounds weird but all of these things will make sense to you when you hear the episode. Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and...

Duration:00:54:50

Episode 77: Matt Kirshen from The Jim Jefferies Show and Probably Science Podcast

3/19/2018
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Matt is a really funny stand up comic who has worked on a lot of shows as a writer and panelist. He's working on Jim's show on Comedy Central (I love Jim Jefferies!) so I invited him to come to the pod and talk about what it's like working on the show. He gives us some really cool inside info on how TV shows like The Jim Jefferies Show, The Sam Bee Show, and all the other political talk shows get clips for their desk pieces. Doesn't sound very interesting here but it's super interesting...

Duration:01:14:48

Episode 76: Michael Gans and Richard Register, comedians turned 1 hour drama writers!

3/12/2018
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Michael and Richard performed as a duo called Gans & Register, Register & Gans. They were SO powerful on stage. They wore tuxedos and were so experimental in their approach to comedy and were always brilliantly funny. Now they're in LA and write 1 hour dramas. You never know where your artistic endeavors will take you! Enjoy this chat with two of the funniest, kindest, most talented people I know. Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click...

Duration:01:37:08

Episode 75: Drew Droege gives us the 411 on Drunk History!

3/3/2018
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Drunk History is a great show. We love watching comedians drunkenly talk about history! But how do they do it? Is it just shooting one take of someone being hammered? How drunk are they? How does the director know when the comic is drunk enough to start telling the story? Drew tells us all about it in this episode. Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on donate on the upper left hand corner of the page to make a monthly or a one...

Duration:00:39:32

Episode 74: Hidden camera shows and more Joan Rivers with Talia Harari!

2/26/2018
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Talia is a stand up comic who "fell into" working in reality. She's also from Florida. We're sorry but at least we got out! She's worked on hidden camera shows and also worked on Joan & Melissa's reality show. She also has great stories about Joan and her kindness with her crew. Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on donate on the upper left hand corner of the page to make a monthly or a one time donation. We thank you for your...

Duration:00:48:37

Episode 73: Revisiting my chat with Mickey Ramos and her bee attack.

2/23/2018
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#FBF for this extra episode of Daytime Justice. So you won't have to go so far back into the archives and re-editing some of my favorite episodes. You'll love this chat with Mickey and you'll learn a lot about Africanized Killer Bees. They are NO JOKE. She's doing much better now, I'm happy to report. Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on donate on the upper left hand corner of the page to make a monthly or a one time donation. We...

Duration:00:53:04

Episode 72: Roger Lundblade, the go-to guy for sitcom warm-up!

2/19/2018
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Roger is a delight! He was a cruise director and became a warm-up comic for some of sitcoms most memorable TV shows. He's currently the warm-up on Will & Grace and was the original warm-up on the show in its first run. He also runs a bulldog rescue. He's a 20 year veteran of this business and has the energy of a 20-year-old. You're gonna love him! Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on donate on the upper left hand corner of the...

Duration:00:53:23

Episode 71 with Alex Hooper, one of the comics on Roast Battle!

2/17/2018
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Alex Hooper is a great stand up comic and a beyond great roast battle comic. You definitely know him from the show. I thought it would be cool to upload a bonus episode with someone who was on the show after interviewing the guy who created it. You can pre-order his comedy album Hugs. Drugs. Pugs. on iTunes. Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on donate on the upper left hand corner of the page to make a monthly or a one time...

Duration:00:37:45

Episode 70: Creator of Roast Battle, Brian Moses!

2/12/2018
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Happy Monday! Brian Moses created and hosts Roast Battle on Comedy Central. He also hosts the weekly show at the Comedy Store in the Belly Room. The origin story of this show is really interesting! I think the lesson learned here is happy accidents and coincidental events can turn into opportunities of a lifetime. Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on donate on the upper left hand corner of the page to make a monthly or a one...

Duration:00:37:28

Episode 69: Brandie Posey took a live show and made it for TV!

2/5/2018
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Brandie Posey is a stand-up comic, self produced two comedy albums, has a podcast with her friend Barbara Gray and Tess Barker called Lady to Lady, and she created a show called Picture This that's performed in L.A., NY, and various comedy festivals around the country. Now it's a pilot for TruTV and hopefully will go to series! Hear how she took something from the stage to television. We can all draw inspiration from Brandie's story! Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast....

Duration:00:47:11

Episode 68: Fashion Police Warm Up Comics Nina Manni & Teddy Margas Remember Joan Rivers

1/29/2018
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This is probably one of the best episodes yet. First, I made a new show open! Since the show has evolved to chats about all types of reality programming I thought I could use a new show open. I love it and hope you do, too! This episode is amaze. I've listened to it three times already and I never do that. Nina Manni and Teddy Margas are stand up comics, writers, actors, and producers. They also did audience warm up on Fashion Police and the stories they tell about Joan are amazing. I...

Duration:00:57:36

Episode 67: Writer/Producer Cece Pleasants from Bill Nye Saves The World

1/22/2018
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Cece is a comedian/sketch comedian turned TV writer. She's worked on the reboot of The Arsenio Hall Show, got an Emmy nomination for Bill Nye Saves The World, and has amazing stories about working on Mind of Mencia and The Miss Universe Pageant. This is a super interesting chat, especially the stuff about Miss Universe. She was there right after 45 was inaugurated and the show was broadcast live the same day as the first Women's March. A lot of stuff came up for her that day. It's a great...

Duration:00:54:29

Eps. 66: Home Reno & Talk Show Producer, Taha Howze!

1/15/2018
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My friend Taha got his start on the iconic talk show, Sally Jessy Raphael. He's got great stories about working on that show, working on a short-lived talk show for Richard Simmons, Donnie & Marie Osmond, and then transitioning to home renovation shows. He's a super interesting guy and one of my dearest friends! Enjoy! Daytime Justice is an independently produced podcast. Go to www.daytimejustice.com and click on donate on the upper left hand corner of the page to make a monthly or a...

Duration:00:36:39

Episode 65 with Travelscope host, director, and producer Joseph Rosendo

1/1/2018
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Joseph is a multi-Emmy Award winning producer, director, and writer and he also happens to be my 3rd cousin! We had never met until the day we recorded this podcast. He is so kind, so smart, and so passionate about what he does. If you want to get to know a person who is living his dharma, Joseph is it. I hope you enjoy getting to know him and hearing about his travels as much as I enjoyed it! You can support the podcast with a one time or a monthly donation by going to...

Duration:01:02:36

Episode 64: Talking to TV host & comedian, Michelle Buteau!

12/7/2016
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Michelle is a dear friend and a super talented lady. She's as lovely and compassionate as she is funny, and she's hella funny. We talk about working as a morning show host, stand up, and juggling life while working a strenuous work schedule on-camera. You can buy her debut album, "Shut Up", at Comedy Central Records. Daytime Justice is brought to you by our Patrons. Become a Patron today! https://www.patreon.com/daytimejustice?ty=h OR make a one time donation at www.daytimejustice.com

Duration:00:54:04

Episode 63: Criminal background and mental health checks: How we try to keep super-crazy off of TV.

10/20/2016
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As I watch this election cycle happen and watch Trump act like a lunatic 24/7, it made me think, "Man, I wish famous people who are tapped to star in reality shows had to pass background and mental health before they were given a show." I let you in on all of the background and mental health screenings all reality show contestants and cast members have to go through before we can put them on TV. We want them to be crazy, just not TOO crazy. It's a fine line. I also discuss something...

Duration:00:26:36

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