On this interview episode, Juliette is joined by actress Lea Thompson. They discuss some of her recent projects, including movies The Trouble with the Truth and The Year of Spectacular Men. Lea also talks about making the transition from acting to directing and gives insight into movies like Back To the Future and Howard the Duck. In a bonus second interview, Juliette is joined by director and film journalist Jim Hemphill to talk behind-the-scenes moments in The Trouble with the Truth and more. Bourbon of choice is Orphan Barrel Barterhouse.
On this episode, Juliette trades her driveway for a rooftop, gets a four-hour sangria buzz, plays a spirited game, confronts a gang of winged demons, introduces The Dreamcatcher, makes a terrible decision, bakes a cake for no one, sniffs around the wrong guy, and gets into her own mess… all while drinking Jefferson’s Ridiculously Small Batch Bourbon.
On this episode, Juliette delves into her collection of nonsense, unleashes a tidal wave of insanity, reveals her first crush, gets picked last, does her damage, jumps through skill test hoops, visits hallowed Hollywood, meets a vampire call girl, and debates her career options ? All while drinking Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette submits to your wellness checks, flames a tortilla, endangers her guy, allows trash to pile up, attracts the attention of beady eyes, visits a landfill, introduces Danger Zone, lives in a dingbat, dreads her doorstep, and shudders at pink lemonade Snapple? All while drinking Orphan Barrel Forged Oak 15-year bourbon
On this episode, Juliette takes her little red wagon out of hibernation, sees flashing red lights, attempts innocence, learns the worth of Rosie, takes her chances on steak, watches appetizers slither, and enjoys the company of Jerry Lewis … all while drinking Bernheim Kentucky Straight Wheat Whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette dives head first into festival season, shares the value of quality toilet paper, drinks her way backstage, contemplates drummers, tours the midwest with a national act, heeds the advice of a famous singer, and introduces The Closer … all while drinking Bib & Tucker bourbon.
On this episode, Juliette realizes she is lacking in certain areas, beats boredom in creative ways, finds unusual uses for a garbage bag, falls victim to the rain, heads down to the basement, taunts lightning, experiences Tesla coil chaos, and conceals a fire… all while drinking Barrell Bourbon Batch 11.
On this episode, Juliette establishes the rules of the house, encounters a writing nightmare, vacuums naked, rejects Kermit, connects with her garage, admits a medical fear, laughs off chest pains, watches a disturbing game of kickball, realizes she won’t be resuscitated, and performs driveway surgery ? All while drinking Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select.
On this episode, Juliette assimilates into reality after Aruba, heads to 22 happy hours, examines The Pick-Up Artist, sees a failed Vaudeville routine, teaches a lesson, celebrates a purse thumping, relishes adult-only advantages, is interrupted by an obnoxious parade, allows karma to do the job, and inspires a topless revolution? All while drinking Redemption Bourbon Whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette reveals her impractical relationship with her car, finds trouble at the gas station, gets all screwed up, dirties her knees, defends chivalry to a crippled conclusion, introduces The Locksmith, has many firsts, attempts a five-step recovery program, and gets over it? all while drinking Copper Fiddle bourbon whiskey.