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Episode 40: Making It
Jonathan Stern

Making It #40: Jonathan Stern

Riki talks with producer/writer Jonathan Stern (Children’s Hospital, NTSF:SD:SUV) about early encouragement, comedy writing and what a producer really does.

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  1. Good day! Do you know if they make any plugins to safeguard against hackers?
    I’m kinda paranoid about losing everything I’ve worked hard on.
    Any tips?

  2. Reyes says:

    Hi Jesse,I enjoyed this padcost. I am very familiar with MVVM in WPF and SL, so a lot of what was discussed was already second nature to me. However, I did pick up a gem of information regarding using behaviours to create commands for non-buttonclick events. Thanks.I thought I should just mention that for the last 1-1.5 minutes I couldn’t hear anything and it seemed to cut out mid sentence.Also, it might be just me but I couldn’t subscribe to the padcost via the iTunes link for my iPod. I had to go to the iTunes store and search for your name to find the padcost.

  3. Rob S. says:

    I just don’t get Children’s Hospital. A coach full of used kitty litter?

  4. Iain says:

    Was this episode recorded before your recent appearance on Doug Loves Movies. You seemed a lot more open to talking about your upcoming movie role there, assuming you were talking about the same movie.

  5. Alec says:

    If I’d been asked a year ago, I would have given Kate the edge. But then we learned that The Gooch had broken Ted’s heart in that Cougar Town season finale. Total dealbreaker.

  6. Todd Mason says:

    Rhymes with cunnilingus…well’s there’s “dingus” (which Sinatra would try to use with sexual connotation)…”ping us” might be a phrase whose time has past…obviously, “bring us” (and certainly someone should bring it eventually, at very least)…forcing slightly, Genghis (as in Khan) (now there’s a couplet for a love song) (Khan!).

  7. andrew says:

    this is a great show, very motivational:)