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Old October 19 2013, 02:33 AM   #733
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Re: Kate Mulgrew - Orange is the New black

Here's a blurb from a podcast taped prior to OitNB's release.

Now, in the full podcast, they aren't shy about dropping the f bomb, so if that upsets you... well if that upsets you then you wouldn't be in this thread since the series drops it even more frequently.">" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344">

Now, a word of warning.

I don't know who Marc is, but the 1st 12 & 1/4 min are devoted to a short commercial, a coming attraction and the majority is about a relationship he just ended.

But when he finally gets to the guest star... that was interesting.

Here's what he says on his site about the interview.

This week, I talk to Natasha Lyonne about one of the most harrowing drug phases I have ever heard or talked about on the show. The talk was recorded before the release and success of "Orange is the New Black." We talked just before it came out. Iím thrilled for her success and thankful that she shared her story with me.

As for me, I really enjoyed listening to Natasha be serious for more than 3 minutes, which is the limit for her on those red carpet interviews.

If you want to listen, google

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast - Episode 432 - Natasha Lyonne

Listening to Natasha tell the story of her grandmother living/surviving Auschwitz with her blonde haired/blue eyed siblings and how careful Natasha is not to fall into the modern day trend of making jokes about the holocaust and Hitler because she knew so many who lived the horror.

She discusses her addictions which is quite informative to understand the addicted characters in our OitNB series.

I didn't know she "passed" on the offer to be on Buffy the Vampire TV series. Wonder who she was up for?

Her experience with being directed by a "cold" Woody Allen as a lost 15 year old made me immediately wonder about her relationship with Mulgrew on set. Heck, listening to Eddie McClintock (Warehouse 13) at Comic com telling about his first encounter with Mulgrew on the set suggests that Mulgrew really knows how to lay it on thick with her younger costars when they need it.

She finally gets to talk about her new series (not yet realized) at 1 hour 15 minutes.

Speaking of Kate...

RedIS that kitchen!
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