In Episode 18 of The Richy Show, Richy has a conversation with Adrienne Wilkinson. Adrienne is an actress with new projects on the horizon. Star Trek Renegade is one of them and she discusses the show and the excellent cast. She is also starring in a Sci-Fi Television show called Nobility The Series by creator E.J. De la Pena starring Cas Anvar and Walter Koening. Adrienne is a busy woman and her and Richy discuss her newest endeavors. Richy and Adrienne also discuss Xena: Warrior Princess and how Adrienne got the part in the hit show. Richy runs some comedy on Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts. Richy fields a call from Ari who is trying to help Richy mold his image.
In the tenth episode of The Richy Show, Richy has a conversation with rapper Purly Wyte. Purly Wyte is a Yonkers born female rapper that has worked with the likes of DMX and Lil Kim. She is making her name in the industry with tough and raw street smart lyrics. Richy discovers her influences and that she made her first tape to Lil Wayne in the early days. They also discuss where her career is heading and her new album No Preservatives. Richy does some comedy on the overreaction to stains and Dutch people. Hollywood Honey Badger tells Purly Wyte who his biggest influence in music is.
In the eighth episode of The Richy Show, Richy has a conversation with Brian Hazard of Color Theory. Color Theory has produced over 8 albums and is know for their “synth pop” sound. Richy and Brian talk about Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, and other Color Theory influences. Richy hits on Lisa Stansfield and Facebook. Hollywood Honey Badger tries his first comedy bit on the air. Richy also premieres some new tracks off of Color Theory's new album. Richy and Brian discuss what Color Theory has on the horizon and talk about the production business of music. Lots of great new Color Theory tracks in this episode and great insight. Richy discusses the sexuality of Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine.
In the first episode of The Richy Show, Richy interviews Ali Spagnola. Ali is a popular party musician who is known for creating “The Power Hour,” drinking game. Ali discusses her challenges in the musics industry and how she loves Kesha and Madonna. Ali also talks about her love of feel good party music and how she loves to have fun on stage. Ali's show is like a party and she wants her audience to enjoy the show. She does a rendition of 'Blurred Lines" and jams on the drums to a cool Kesha track. Richy does some comedy on simplistic ways to write country and rap songs.
In the twelfth episode of The Richy Show, Richy has a discussion with Lady Alchemy. Lady Alchemy is a performance artist with roots in the New York City burlesque world. She creates shows based on her passion for Alchemy and not sex. Lady Alchemy studied math at NYU and manages to intertwine art and alchemy into a cohesive show. Richy discusses the challenges of being sexual without being sexual in the performance art world. Richy runs some comedy on smoking being vilified and the term ROFLMAO. Hollywood Honey Badger coaxes Richy into showing his burlesque "student film."
In the seventeenth episode of The Richy Show, Richy has a conversation with Cas Avnar and E.J. De la Pena. They are both involved in a new science fiction television series, Nobility. E. J. is the producer and creator while Cas Avnar is the lead actor. The sneak preview of the show is launching at Comic Con in San Diego on July 24th. The show blends comedy and science fiction into a hilarious, original concept. Real people existing in a real world with consequences for people’s actions – that is what’s at the core of what “Nobility” is. Though described as “Firefly” meets “The Office”, “Nobility” is not just about the comedy. If you look at the most preeminent science fiction, both today and over the past 30 years, you’ll see that nearly all of them use comedy as a means to open the door to an audience’s heart. “Back to the Future”, “Indiana Jones”, “Firefly”, “Buffy”, and “Doctor Who” all have this in common. In the 700 years it took for mankind to spread across this arm of the galaxy, Earth became the capital world for all humanity– well, as much as any world could claim to be the capital. As new cultures formed, new alliances emerged, new races developed, and new hostilities were born. This meant the central government – the Confederate Alliance – was left in a situation we all know, one in which regional and national governments fought for sovereignty and undermined the central government’s legitimacy by any means necessary.
In the thirteenth episode of The Richy Show, Richy has a discussion with Trevor Jackson of the Punk Rock Band, The Revenant. The band just released their first album together on digital and vinyl. Richy and Trevor discuss the process behind how The Revenants record is produced. They also discuss how the band formed and the beauty of working together with no egos involved. Richy and Trevor also discuss the music industry in general and how things have changed. Richy runs some comedy bits on the difference between his Southern California friend and his New York Italian friend. Hollywood Honey Badger makes Richy play his punk rock video claims he produced.
In the third episode of The Richy Show, Richy interviews up and coming rapper Mickey Dapper. They discuss the rap game from the beginning stages to the current state. Richy tackles marriage, women, Chuck D, and Scarface.