FREE PODCAST: Megan Gallagher interviewed! BacktoFrankBlack exclusive!

BacktoFrankBlack: The Millennium Group Sessions, hosted by Troy Foreman and co-hosted by Jim McLean is now available for free download via our website AND on ITunes!


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BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions SPECIAL: MEGAN GALLAGHER

In this episode of the Millennium Group Sessions series, Troy and Jim are thrilled to have CATHERINE BLACK on the show - MEGAN GALLAGHER! A firm fan favourite and perhaps our number one most requested interview! Sit back and enjoy listening to Megan! Plus some updates on the campaign and how you can help promote BACKTOFRANKBLACK!

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12 Responses to "FREE PODCAST: Megan Gallagher interviewed! BacktoFrankBlack exclusive!"

Jósef Karl said... September 28, 2009 at 5:36 PM

A very bubbly podcast, kudos to Troy, James and Murv.

And a special thanks to Megan, I do hope she can come on another podcast and speak more about Millennium and other popular shows she was on (I totally forgot she was on 24, can't even remember what she was doing in that one, but I'm sure I recognized her and very excited to see her again on the small screen).

It looks like you don't get the pleasure of talking to me, maybe next time, eh? :D

Small trivia from the Nowhere Man DVD boxset. Megan was filming her last appearance on Nowhere Man, the third last episode of the season "Zero Minus Ten" aka Coma (according to a network promo, also on the DVD), when she got the call that she got the Millennium gig.

There's only a short interview with her together with Bruce Greenwood on the DVD, and that's a crying shame not to have more input from her...maybe you guys fix that on another podcast in the future, where you talk about your past experiences in the present, and a time-paradox will be created and James's flying pen will cease to exist.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Steve said... September 28, 2009 at 5:39 PM

Well done, lads. You clearly had as much fun doing that interview as I did listening to it. Megan was/is delightful, and as a KISS fan of the highest order, I was quaintly pleased to hear that she often bumps into Paul Stanley. That's my cue to fall to the ground and shout "we're not worthy!"

Rewatching early episodes like Blood Relatives and The Well Worn Lock has reminded me just how much behind Catherine kicked as a psychologist. She and Frank would have made as good a team professionally as they did personally, and I sometimes wish the show had done more of that.

James McLean said... September 29, 2009 at 2:23 AM

Josef - I owe you a heartfelt apology: I forgot to include some of the excellent caps you sent. A pity as I was looking for some good images and I utterly forgot about that collection (I'd even remembered yesterday morning and promptly forgot in the afternoon). Please accept my apologies for omitting your generous efforts!

Jósef Karl said... September 29, 2009 at 7:44 AM

James, apology accepted, but only if you promise to use them if you get Megan back for another podcast ;)

As there was so little mention of Nowhere Man it didn't make much sense to have those picture, me thinks.

- Jósef

Spooktalklaura said... September 29, 2009 at 9:51 AM

Oh I have fallen so far behind in my comment posting I hope all my B2FB loves will forgive me!! :)

Just listened to the podcast while our for my morning walk and I really liked it. Megan was just how I thought she would be, just like listening to Katherine if she was giving an interview. haha lol she seemed so nice and kind just like her character. I had a great time listening to this and it made the time pass so quickly while I was walking... James and Troy did another fabulous job and Murv you were great too, you made us fans proud!! :) I loved Katherine Hepburn and just enjoyed hearing Megan talk about her and her impression was amazing!!

Another fun podcast and you guys are doing an incredible job with your show, aw love you both!! :)

The L stands for licorice!! Black licorice!! :)

Hugs and Kisses

David said... September 29, 2009 at 11:30 AM

An absolutely enjoyable podcast and interview with Ms.Gallagher.Thank you Jim,Troy,and Murv.
And thank you Megan Gallagher for all the wonderful memories and insights.

Wave_Crest said... September 29, 2009 at 12:33 PM

Nice podcast interview with Megan.

I'd like to see more of what happened after the interview, at the end of the podcast. I'm afraid of offending people (which stems partly from being bullied at school) but I will say that I find American Football boring.

Would liked to have heard more talk about Nowhere Man.

Megan appeared in 2 or 3 episodes early on in Day 6 of "24".

Anonymous said... September 29, 2009 at 1:17 PM

Wow, this was one of the most anticipated podcasts and it turned out to be an AMAZING interview!
A big thanks to Megan for delighting us with her impressions on the show! And I always love the beginning of the interviews when actors tell us how they got started. Megan was specially fun to listen to.
Funnily, her tone of voice and sense of humor sounded to me quite similar to Klea's! (just my impression)
I must agree wih Josef, though, time flew by and I found myself craving for much more when the interview came to an end. I hope to hear Megan again in a future podcast! :)

James McLean said... September 30, 2009 at 3:27 AM

There was a bubbly Klea feel to the interview. :) Very pleasant indeed. Certainly would be nice to get her back for a group interview maybe - Megan and another cast or crewmember. But then, I'd say that with all those we've spoken to!

RSWehman said... October 2, 2009 at 6:31 AM

I just finished this podcast for the second time. It is too cool that Megan lives so close to Paul Stanley from KISS.

She is one hell of a lady and I want to express my deepest thank you to ALL of you for such a great interview. It was over before I knew it and I was left wondering what happened and why did it have to end.

Great Interview. I'll probably listen to this one a few more times before filing it. Then, in a few months, I can enjoy it again.

Thank you ALL.

We Are All Shepherds!

This Is Who We Are!!

Sean Stubblefield said... October 2, 2009 at 9:31 PM

you guys continue to impress me with the interview guests you manage to recruit. I commend and thank you for your diligence & commitment to bringing us quality material. Megan turned out to be another wonderful addition to your collection. I really enjoy listening to actors I like (from shows/films I like) regaling us with anecdotes. there was kinda a Klea vibe.

I support the idea of a panel with multiple guests. maybe featuring Lance, Megan and Brittany?
speaking of Brittany, I hope you can get her on here soon.

M. R. Sellars said... October 9, 2009 at 4:18 AM

@spooktalklaura -

Thanks, hon, but in reality I only sound reasonable on that podcast because of Troy's superb editing skills.

I went completely and totally gushing fan boy on the poor woman and probably scared the living crap out of her. Good thing it was via phone and not in person or there would probably be a restraining order against me. ;-)

I would have commented sooner, but I've been wrapped up working on that house and I don't even know what day it is anymore. :-/


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