Rob Reiner joins Gentry Thomas Backstage this week to get "The Band" back together. They discuss Trump and Archie Bunker similarities, along with heading down memory lane with Reiner's commentary on some of the iconic movie scenes that have made him one of Hollywood's most accomplished directors. Listen to the podcast and hear the 73 year old Reiner recall the train and bridge scene from Stand By Me, When Harry Met Sally’s restaurant orgasm scene with Meg Ryan, "You can't handle the truth" in the court room with Jack Nicolson in A Few Good Men and the final kiss from The Princess Bride. America fell in love with Rob Reiner when he played the character Meathead on All in the Family. The star of this 70s sitcom was Archie Bunker played by Carroll O'Connor. The character "Archie" was often described as a racist, sexiest, bigot, some of the same names you will hear people call our current President Donald Trump. Gentry Thomas asked Reiner if their were any similarities between the two? Hear Rob's response and his outlook on the future of movie making in this episode of Backstage with Gentry. The cast and director of classic rock mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap are reuniting for a virtual table read that will be moderated by Patton Oswalt. Released in 1984, the Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride) movie starred Christopher Guest (The Princess Bride), Michael McKean (Better Call Saul) and Harry Shearer (The Simpsons) as the hapless British heavy metal band, Spinal Tap. The table read will take place on October 14th, 2020 and will aim to raise money for the Philadelphia Democrats ahead of the November 3 General Election. Follow Rob Reiner on twitter https://twitter.com/robreiner Check out more about supporting the Pennsylvania Dems @ https://www.padems.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.