2 • 27 • 2017 ••• CHEW ON THAT, MATT DAMON

w/ actor Jaylen Moore from the History Channel series "Six"

Dennis visits the Sherman Oaks home of actor Jaylen Moore to talk about his role as Fish Bait on the History Channel series "Six." Jaylen talks about the incredible way the role came about, the intense Nave Seal training the cast underwent before shooting and the honor/responsibility of playing the first Afghan-American Muslim US military person series regular on TV. He describes what it means to do "sugar cookies" in Navy Seal lingo, swapping f-words with series star Walton Goggins, learning to use major weapons, and what it's like to be on a show where your character can die at any time. Other topics include: the action star who made him starstruck, getting bullied as a kid, rejecting Mila Kunis, the songs that make him cry and the time he took off his shirt on stage at the MisMatch Game. www.jaylenmoore.com


2 • 14 • 2017 ••• GAY TRAIN TRAVEL'S A THING

w/ LGBT travel expert and Man About World editor Ed Salvato

Dennis catches up with Man About World editor Ed Salvato in the West Hollywood apartment where Ed is staying while attending the Travel and Adventure Show at the LA Convention Center. Ed talks about his new book he "Handbook for LGBT Tourism & Hospitality" (co-authored with Jeff Guaricino) and shares some time-honored travel tips like take good cigarettes! to give away. Ed also discusses the destinations and companies that are the most LGBT-inclusive, how apps like Grindr and Scruff are impacting travel, the rise of AirBNB and the first airplane trip Ed ever took. Other topics include: the country with the hottest guys, foreign flings, 5-star train trips, African safaris, gay cruises, leather conventions, foreign interest in American politics, eating ants and, of course, Britney. (www.manaboutworld.com)


2 • 7 • 2017 ••• JAMES FRANCO TWEETED US AN ART PIECE

w/ TV critic and GALECA founder John Griffiths

Dennis visits the Hollywood home of John Griffiths, founder of the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) to discuss the group's annual Dorian Awards for film and television, which were just announced this month. John talks about what inspired him to create the organization, how past honorees have responded and this year's crop of nominees and winners (Moonlight, Transparent, The Real O'Neals and more). John also talks about his day job as TV critic for Us Weekly magazine and how he keeps up with his TV watching in the age of binging and streaming. Other topics include: John's childhood dream of being a TV programmer, getting sober, The Big Valley, his favorite random star sighting and the most unprofessional behavior he'd ever witness in Hollywood. http://www.galeca.com/