Free podcast! Millennium Group Sessions #7 - Jon Polito Interviewed!

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BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions 07 - Omerta Pt 2

In the seventh episode in the Millennium Group Sessions series, Troy and Jim speak to Omerta guest star Jon Polito (Homicide: Life On The Street, Miller's Crossing, The Big Nothing) and talk about his prolific career and his love for Millennium. It's a fun, informative and charming interview. Expect an abridged version on the blog in the future along with a great hi-res image of Jon on set.

Also, Millennium Group Sessions #7 has more news, updates and informal chat with your hosts Troy Foreman and Jim McLean.

This free podcast is available on a fortnightly basis via ITUNES and We'll naturally update you all on information on the podcast from this blog as well.

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Finally - apologies on a few bad links we've had on Klea Scott's interview - a compounded problem caused by a few file name repairs made in the server folder. Sorry for the inconvenience - my bad - and sorry to Klea! :) All fine now!

7 Responses to "Free podcast! Millennium Group Sessions #7 - Jon Polito Interviewed!"

Jósef Karl said... July 28, 2009 at 4:52 AM

What! No comments yet.

What a fantastic podcast, the best one so far. The Klea Scott being a close second.

Thank you James for asking those MUCH needed Homicide: Life on the Street questions. I could have listened to more of those :D "Let's get back to Millennium." ;) hehe

Wow, he was really open and honest and funny too.

Don't be dark!
- Jósef

RSWehman said... July 28, 2009 at 8:11 AM

I enjoyed the candor and the comedy of the podcast. Keep up such wonderful work. I look forward to the new podcasts all the time.

Yes, Josef, you beat me to the comment section, this time!

This Is Who We Are!!
Rhond Wehman

Unknown said... July 28, 2009 at 10:33 AM

Hey James and Troy,

Another great episode of the podcast. You guys are really doing a fantastic time with everything! Enjoyed the interview with Jon very much, loved his character, he was just one of those bad guys you just had to love! :) Should I say bad guys or wise guys? lol I think the two girls were faries because they lived in the woods and the trees. Just my opinion and they had magical powers.

Loved the little banter at the end of the podcast between you two kinda like the banter between Frank and I in our new episode when we talk about CSI and

Love the show and really enjoy listening to it right after I listen to ours! haha Take care and keep up the good work! :)

And James you do a fantastic job with the enhanced version of the podcast, love seeing what pics you put in there. :) Thanks for taking the time out to bring us a good quality podcasst!

James McLean said... July 28, 2009 at 3:00 PM

Gah, the humiliation of having the guest actually prompt me back onto topic! :) Some interviewer! :D

Honestly, I'm very happy with the interview, we got to start and end with Millennium and covered some real highlights of his career! Super!

Wave_Crest said... August 9, 2009 at 2:56 PM

One of my favourite podcast interviews so far. A very interesting and informative interview. Jon Polito was a great listen. I was particularly interested in the discussion about Homicide: Life on the Street.

Top marks from me!

Bayles said... August 10, 2009 at 9:36 AM

Great podcast! I love hearing the intimate details of the episodes from behind the scenes. I'll have to check out more of Jon's work.

Russ said... August 11, 2009 at 7:17 PM

Another great interview. Thanks guys!

P.S., I agree with Troy that the X-Files episode did not provide closure.
While I think it works okay as an X-files show, the tone of Millenium and
the character were sidelined, but it's better than nothing. In addition,
Jim's comment regarding closure for the group and bringing back Frank (and
maybe Watts) is terrific. This is a terrific plan, which sidesteps
complicated background exposition for new audiences, reconciling continuity,
etc. Plus, the group was not, for me, one of the more interesting things
about the show. Instead it was Frank in relation to the group, and that may
have been explored enough in the 3 seasons we are lucky to have.

Here's hoping for more. Thanks for the hard work as usual. This is a really
professional sounding and paced podcast, something that becomes more clear
as people send me other various things to check out. Your efforts are a
highlight of many of our weeks. Another Spooktalkular visit is always
welcome as well.

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