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Mets and Yankees Trade Rumors, NBA Draft Preview With Zach Braziller, and Actress Melinda Clarke

JJ opens with a nice Yankees win over the Rays and the logic behind trading two of their relief pitchers before Friday’s trade deadline (1:00). Then he discusses the Mets blowout loss to the Braves before getting into some potential MLB trade rumors (7:58). Next, he chats with Zach Braziller of the New York Post about the NBA draft, including his favorite prospects and some guys the Knicks could target (17:00). Then, JJ reacts to some listener voicemails including our Tuesday Night Trivia question (44:53). Finally, because JJ loves The O.C., he welcomes Melinda Clarke to talk about her role as Julie Cooper and her roles in other great shows like Seinfeld and Entourage (58:42).
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Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke Address Mischa Barton's 'Perplexing' Claims About Her Departure from The O.C.

Melinda Clarke and Rachel Bilson are breaking their silence on Mischa Barton's recent comments that "bullying" behind the scenes ultimately led to her departure from The O.C. During Tuesday's episode of their podcast, Welcome to the O.C., Bitches!, the former co-stars teased an upcoming conversation with comedian Danny Pellegrino in which they discussed Barton's "perplexing" interview with E! Online last month.
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Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke react to Mischa Barton’s bullying claims about ‘The O.C.’

Actresses Rachel Bilson and Melinda Clarke are hoping for some clarity after The O.C. co-star Mischa Barton made damning claims about her time on the show. Bilson and Clarke chatted about their experiences on the modern soap opera during their Tuesday installment of their Welcome to the OC, B****es! podcast. The two discussed Barton’s E! interview, where she levied claims of being “bullied” on set and working to the point of exhaustion. Barton’s character, Marissa, was killed off during the season-three finale.
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