Stacey Abrams shares why she would be honored to run alongside the Democratic nominee and shes focusing on voter suppression.
Then, actress Alison Brie shares the personal story behind her movie, Horse Girl, and the girl power behind the series Glow.
Later, David Alan Grier, Blair Underwood and Jerry OConnell od A Soldiers Play open up about the significance of the plays revival.
Plus, Joy Behar shares her trip to the New Yorks City Clerks office.
Alison Brie (Community, Mad Men, Glow) is an American actress. She sits down with the armchair expert to discuss the experience of filming Mad Men and Community simultaneously, why she doesn't like WWE being referred to as "fake" and mental illness in her family. Dax asks how she met her husband and Alison talks about the decision to do nudity. The two discuss why humans are inclined to protect bad behavior, the merits of apple eating and the science of blackouts.
Alison Brie returns to the podcast! She talks about having recently gotten a perm for GLOW, starting strength training for the show and they talk about how well targeted Instagram ads know what they like. Alison also talks about how different all her roles over the years have been, getting into writing and producing and they talk about her new movie Horse Girl, streaming on Netflix February 7th!