Scott Porch

Scott Porch is an attorney and contributor to The Daily Beast, Kirkus Reviews, and Salon. He writes about American history, politics, and culture and is writing a book about social upheaval in the 1960s and '70s. Twitter: @scottporch

Cameron Crowe's living soundtrack: "For my scenes, he would do a Bob Dylan song or an Elvis Costello song" Scott Porch
Tony Shalhoub
Tony Shalhoub gets into the "BrainDead" politician's mind: "Everyone is digging in their heels" Scott Porch
"Straight-up 'Lord of the Flies’”: New series "Wrecked" is a funnier, darker "Lost" Scott Porch
Donald Trump, Richard Nixon
Richard Nixon would be "drummed out" of GOP today as a liberal: "He passed as much social welfare legislation as Lyndon Johnson" Scott Porch
"My friends and I are indoor kids": Paul Rust on "Love’s" dorky movie themes, working with Judd Apatow and subverting rom-com clichés Scott Porch
Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl
From YouTube to reality: "The Amazing Race" stacks new "social media" season with YouTube's most likable guys Scott Porch
Donald Trump
"Trump has 'f**k-you’ money”: Mark McKinnon on the appeal of outsider candidates, Clinton’s primary strategy and potential Iowa surprises Scott Porch
Rachel Bloom
"This is a dark, feminist, f*cked-up, romantic comedy": Rachel Bloom celebrates her first Golden Globe nod for "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" Scott Porch
Nancy Wilson
Nancy Wilson on leading Heart with her sister: "The guys in the band sometimes had a hard time with that" Scott Porch
7 Days in Hell
The Wimbledon we wish we could see: "SNL" directing alum brings Kit Harington and Andy Samberg together for epic tennis mockumentary Scott Porch
Bob Newhart
Bob Newhart on his groundbreaking sitcom: "We were taking the stigma off psychiatrists and psychologists" Scott Porch
"We look like our livestock now": The author of "The Dorito Effect" on the chemically-enhanced junk food we can't put down Scott Porch
"He wants to be God": "American Horror Story's" Finn Wittrock on playing a psychopath Scott Porch
Chuck Todd: "I wish we didn't focus on the individual personalities of journalists" Scott Porch
"I wasn't left alone to run amok": Stephen Falk on writing for "OITNB" -- and becoming a showrunner Scott Porch