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2021 — Your Fave’s Faves
Hosted by Rachel Hollis
Airdate 24 February 2021
Kat Dennings takes a break from killing it over at WandaVision to tell Rachel her five favorite books from growing up that she could still read today. It’s a book lover’s dream episode!
2021 — Still Watching by Vanity Fair
Hosted by Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson & Anthony Breznican.
Airdate 05 February 2021
WandaVision – “On a Very Special Episode…” with Kat Dennings.
Joanna Robinson, Richard Lawson, and Anthony Breznican tackle the new Marvel show WandaVision featuring an interview with Darcy herself, Kat Dennings. Lawson and Robinson break down the fifth episode of the show, “On a Very Special Episode…” from a beginner’s point of view and read your emails. After the interview, Breznican joins to go deep on Marvel comics influences, what that big ending cameo could mean and future heroes that might make an appearance.
2021 — Just for Variety
Hosted by Marc Malkin.
Airdate 02 February 2021
Salma Hayek talks about her role as a drug addict her new indie “Bliss.” Plus, the Oscar nominee dishes on playing a superhero in the upcoming Marvel movie “Eternals.” Find out what it was like seeing herself for the first time in character. Then later in the show, more Marvel — Kat Dennings talks about reprising her role as Darcy Lewis on “WandaVision.” And wait till you hear Dennings recall a very unforgettable audition with Nicolas Cage.
2021 — Keep It! by Crooked Media
Hosted by Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel & Aida Osman.
Airdate 17 January 2021
Driving Miss Disney.
Ira, Louis, and Aida revisit Larry King interviews and discuss the drama surrounding Olivia Rodrigo’s debut single “Drivers License,” Biden’s star-studded inauguration, the LA Times’ report on “vaccine chasers,” Joan Didion’s sparse interview in Time, DaniLeigh’s light skin anthem “Yellow Bone,” Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ bid for governor of Arkansas, and more. Plus, Kat Dennings joins to discuss sitcom acting, WandaVision, and the secrecy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
2020 — KARAMO – a podcast
Hosted by Karamo.
Airdate 16 July 2020
Ask yourself What are you not facing in your relationships? This week on my podcast I’m talking to actress Kat Dennings about the importance of facing the truth about your life & relationships. Powerful advice.
2020 — Good for You
Hosted by Whitney Cummings.
Airdate 20 May 2020
Kat Dennings is on the pod today to discuss Kat’s hyper-quarantine style, choosing guys/dating guys/texting with guys/keeper guys, ayahuasca, coffee, astrology, and stories from TV.
2019 — Good for You
Hosted by Kenyon, Lucy & Amanda.
Airdate 10 October 2019
This week, the gals don their aprons and no-skid shoes to explore some secrets of the service industry with a very special guest, Kat Dennings. Topics include loogie litigation, some unexpected erotica, and a modern-day Robin Hood with some very thirsty tables. Gather your gift cards, put your hair up, and tune in for Server Crimes.
2018 — Unqualified
Hosted by Anna Faris.
Airdate 28 August 2018
The enchanting Kat Dennings is Unqualified’s guest this week. First, Kat and Anna talk about their education and reminisce about working together on “The House Bunny”. Then, they play a round of deal breakers, exchange dating anecdotes, and hit the phones to talk to Brittany, who is struggling to choose between two romantic interests, and Mary-Kate who wants to know when a friendship is inappropriate.
2013 — PaleyFest
2 Broke Girls Panel
Panelists Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs, Michael Patrick King, Garrett Morris, Matthew Moy, Jennifer Coolidge, Jonathan Kite.
Hosted by Betsy Scolnik.
Moderated by Christina McLarty.
Released by The Paley Center for Media
Audio clip of three moments from the 2 Broke Girls panel at PaleyFest 2013. We regret to inform access to the full seminar (runtime 1:29:27) is not available.
One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Paley Center for Media’s 30th William S. Paley Television Festival in Los Angeles. Held this year at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, the festival celebrates the excellence and diversity of American television and is dedicated to television’s creative community. This PALEYFEST 2013 seminar honors “2 Broke Girls,” the comedy series about an acerbic Brooklynite and an Upper East Side socialite who try to fund their cupcake-shop dreams by waitressing at a diner.
Host Betsy Scolnik (vice-president, The Paley Center for Media) offers opening remarks before acknowledging William C. Paley, son of the festival’s namesake, in the audience. Scolnik then welcomes moderator Christina McLarty (correspondent, “The Insider”) to the stage. McLarty introduces executive producer/creator Michael Patrick King, who sets up the episode “And the Temporary Distraction,” which is then screened in its entirety. (For synopsis and credits, see ACCNUM 110645.)
After the screening, McLarty moderates the following panelists: King; and cast members Kat Dennings (Max Black), Beth Behrs (Caroline Channing), Jennifer Coolidge (Sophie Kachinsky), Garrett Morris (Earl), Jonathan Kite (Oleg), and Matthew Moy (Han Lee).
The panelists discuss topics which include: the cast’s worst jobs in real life, including child actor Dennings’ role in an embarrassing commercial; the unflagging memorization skills of Behrs and Dennings; the ongoing “conversation” provided by the live studio audience; a memorable scene in the episode “And the Broken Hip” with guest star Andy Dick; CBS president Nina Tassler’s appreciation of the show’s “high-lowbrow humor”; whether the actors are similar to their characters in real life; Coolidge’s inspiration for Sophie’s accent; Kite’s creation of his unique costume; Morris reflecting on being part of the original “Saturday Night Live” cast; Behrs’ longtime love of “Sex and the City,” executive produced by King; Dennings’ first role, playing a promiscuous teen on “Sex” in the episode “Hot Child in the City”; King’s desire to write female characters that are not “entitled”; Dennings’ genuine “outsider” role in the 2008 film “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist”; the importance of the characters experiencing a “big fail” in their financial dreams; the “revolving door” of romances for Max and Caroline; Dennings’ apprehension of performing in front of an audience; the symbolic meanings of the girls’ beloved cupcakes; and their vintage waitressing uniforms.
Questions from the audience then lead to a discussion of the following topics among others: cast members’ most embarrassing bawdy punchlines; the Super Bowl ad which featured the entire cast; changing jokes at the last minute based on the audience’s reaction; censored lines of dialogue; Max’s trademark dark lipstick; inspiration from the writers’ various experiences with minimum-wage jobs; the decision to introduce Max’s bizarre family solely through her descriptions; the actors’ lack of improvisation on set; the character of Chestnut, played by Rocky the horse, and the actors’ familiarity with his quirks; and the cast’s dream jobs if they weren’t actors.
2020 — The Sandman – an Audible Original
The Sound of Her Wings
Clip from The Sandman.
Released by EW on 14 July 2020
A clip of the chapter ‘The Sound of Her Wings’ from the audio series The Sandman as shared by Entertainment Weekly.
2021 — The Sandman – an Audible Original
Morpheus Asks Death for Advice
Clip from The Sandman Act II.
Released by The AV Club on 20 September 2021
A clip of the the audio series The Sandman Act II as shared by The AV Club.
2021 — The Sandman – an Audible Original
Morpheus and Death Discuss Nada
Clip from The Sandman Act II.
Released by SyFyWire on 21 September 2021
A clip of the the audio series The Sandman Act II as shared by SyFy Wire.
2022 — The Sandman – an Audible Original
Death reprimands Morpheus for taking his bad mood out on Delirium
Clip from The Sandman Act III.
Released by Comicbook on 28 September 2022
A clip of the the audio series The Sandman Act III as shared by Comicbook.
2007 — Charlie Bartlett
If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out
From Charlie Bartlett.
Performed by Kat Dennings.
Kat Dennings sings this song in the original motion picture soundtrack for Charlie Bartlett.