Avec Ina Mihalache, dit Solange te Parle. A la définition de "Causerie" dans le dictionnaire, il est écrit seulement trois mots : conférence sans prétention. C'est exactement ça. Dans cet épisode, on revient rapidement sur son parcours puis on parle de nos envies professionnels, nos vidéos, notre rapport au public et notre amour pour les chiens. C'est un nouveau format que je voulais essayer depuis quelques temps, juste un face à face avec quelqu'un dont j'aime bien le travail, une discussion, un entretien, un échange. C'est différent de d'habitude, ce sera pas tout le temps, mais j'espère que ça vous plaira.
Comedian Jake Weisman (Corporate) joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the 2001 musical comedy-drama Rock Star starring Mark Wahlberg and Jennifer Aniston. Recorded live from Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, they cover the use of wigs, the orgy scene, and nipple piercing. Plus, the audience tries to make us believe they are British during Q&A.
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Where to Find Jason, June & Paul:
You can see Jason, June, and Paul in The Disaster Artist in theaters now.
Paul’s new comedy Drive Share is available on Go90. Paul can be seen on A Futile and Stupid Gesture, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, Opening Night, and Veep. You can see June and Paul on NTSF:SD:SUV:: on HULU. June stars in Grace and Frankie on Netflix, as well as Lady Dynamite alongside with Jason.
Jason can be seen in The Good Place, The House, The Lego Batman Movie, How to Be Single, Sleeping with Other People, and is still indeed in The Dictator.
If you tuned into The Super Bowl, The Tonight Show, or mainstream radio this month, you experienced America’s most bizarrely fascinating celebrity. That celebrity is Justin Timberlake. He’s spent the past year or so carefully turning himself into “Justin Timberlake, Montana Cowboy”, and that seemingly random choice WOULD be fine, if not for these three things:
1) The transformation’s only Instagram-deep.
2) White men across America are doing the same thing.
3) The reasons behind these white fellas running west aren’t as simple as musical taste/cheap land.
On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt interviews Montanan slash culture writer Anne Helen Petersen about her pioneering examination of The West, our celebrities, and why they’re hiding there. They also break down the myths of the Old West, the realities of why modern white people are flooding it, and why being a “Man Of The Woods” is no substitute for engaging with reality.
This week on A Waste of Time with ItsTheReal, we welcome legendary lyricist Royce da 5'9 and legendary producer DJ Premier, together known as PRhyme, to the Upper West Side! We talk with the guys about their new album PRhyme 2, the most meaningful co-signs they've ever received, what Dr. Dre's studio speakers can do to an artist's music and their chest, how to react to internet trolls, all the numbers they have in their cell phones but never text, and their first ever TV appearances. Royce discusses working three jobs a day after graduating high school in addition to starting his rap career, all with the threat of his father sending him to the army hanging over his head. Royce recalls almost rapping for Redman in Detroit, the open mics around town, his one-way plane ticket to NYC, working with Pharrell and Chad and Kelis before The Neptunes blew up, and how he ruined his first record contract with Tommy Boy. Preemo reveals how he and Guru lived out of Branford Marsalis' brownstone in Brooklyn, meeting Dave Chapelle through Talib Kweli and Mos Def, knowing Ol Dirty Bastard when he had a staircase flattop in 1988, programming drums on Gangstarr records together with Guru, each of them punching buttons, and the absurdity of artists being paid to make an appearance in a music video. All that plus stories from the guys about Slaughterhouse, Jay-Z, Eminem, Danny Brown, Onyx, RZA, Killer Mike, and so much more!
On this episode, Frank & I are talking about fainting, spelling, Logan Paul, & more.
The brand is strong! The Bronx's very own Desus Nice & THE KID MERO aka the Bodega Boys (from Desus & Mero on Viceland) are giving you their irreverent yet hilarious takes on all things pop culture. Special episode recorded at Promedia studio in NYC This week: aaron judge, cars, kids, life, hip-hop and more!
Bill sits down with comedian Kevin Shea.
Walt extolls the virtues of Tim vs Time. Q misses the point of a museum. Music: Desmond - Exile
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Some classic Valentines bits from Andy and John, and some Satirist For Hire from Aldershot and Dublin
Welcome to a #GuysWeFucked episode of therapy for your soul: Comedian and orphan CHANEL ALI sits down with the women of Sorry About Last Night (Corinne Fisher & Krystyna Hutchinson) to discuss growing up in the foster care system, addiction, parenting yourself, being comfortable asking for help, Philadelphia, and ruining Drake (sexually). PLUS: Sex shouldn't be physically painful. Ever. BOOK: "FUCKED: Being Sexually Explorative and Self-Confident in a World That's Screwed" in Hard Copy / Audiobook / eBook: www.sorryaboutlastnightcomedy.com/book Want more episodes of #GuysWeFucked in you life? Subscribe to our Stitcher Premium bonus episodes using this link --- stitcherpremium.com/gwf FOLLOW CHANEL ALI ON TWITTER: twitter.com/chanel_ali Email us: [email protected] Tweet the ladies: twitter.com/SryAboutLastNyt Tweet Corinne: twitter.com/PhilanthropyGal Tweet Krystyna: twitter.com/KrystynaHutch Follow us on Instagram: SorryAboutLastNight YouTube: www.youtube.com/sryaboutlastnyt Facebook: www.facebook.com/sorryaboutlastnight LINK TO OUR TEDx Talk "How Much?": youtu.be/M2-K7VkXGXE COME SEE US LIVE! For full touring schedule, please visit www.sorryaboutlastnightcomedy.com/tours **NYC** FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD @ 11:15PM NACHO BITCHES hosted by Corinne Fisher & guest host Justin Perez New York Comedy Club 241 E. 24th Street NYC Tix are $12 with code NACHO https://newyorkcomedyclub.com/events/nacho-bitches-2018-02-23 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH @ 7:30pm GLAMOURPUSS with Krystyna Hutchinson & Wendi Starling Zinc Bar 82 W. 3rd Street NYC Tix are $15 https://glamourpuss29.brownpapertickets.com MUSIC FEATURED THIS WEEK: 1. Pance Pony - "American Millennial Salvation" https://soundcloud.com/pance-pony 2. Aleco - "Beautiful Things" https://soundcloud.com/alecoofficial FIND ALL THE TUNES FROM GUYS WE FUCKED HERE: GUYS WE FUCKED: THE ANTI-SLUTSHAMING PLAYLIST https://goo.gl/ZaJKNd Do you think your music should be featured on an episode of GWF? E-mail Stephen a streaming link to: [email protected]
For thousands of years, philosophers and writers have debated the nature of courage. What is it? Are some people born more courageous than others? Can you learn to be courageous? My guest today set out to answer these questions by looking at courage through a scientific lens. His name is Robert Biswas-Diener. He’s a psychologist and the author of "The Courage Quotient: How Science Can Make You Braver." Today on the show, Robert explains how he defined courage for the purpose of his research and how he went about studying and quantifying this quality. He then explains how courage manifests itself differently in cultures of dignity, honor, and face. We then discuss the genetics of courage and how people can learn to be more courageous. Robert than gives brass tacks advice on what you can do to manage fear and increase your propensity to action, including carrying lucky charms, thinking about yourself less, and avoiding self-handicapping. Get the show notes at aom.is/couragequotient.