I'm Still Here! Wait. That's Joaquin's movie. I'm out of hibernation to discuss Todd Phillips' film "Joker". There are definitely some spoilers but I'm more concerned with the cultural implications and what it means to have the media/critics te
The Super Bowl, Covington Catholic, the State of the Union address and the all-white outfits of the Democratic congresswomen, Ralph Northam's abortion/blackface controversies, hypocrisy, Cyntoia Brown and forgiveness, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's
Prior to recording the last released episode, Thrashbird and I spent an hour discussing his recent tag of the famed Paul Smith 'selfie wall' in West Hollywood. We discuss how he pulled that off, a bit of the fallout, why it was important to wri
Chris sits down with the street artist Thrashbird to discuss his project "The Valley of Secret Values", how identity intersects with social media, whether it's okay to bring children into the modern world, the definition of art and why RM Drake
Chris discusses machines replacing humans at McDonald's and the minimum wage, corporate PR, how Revolve exploits people on social media for profit (and how all companies do), how people create their personalities by associating themselves with
No guest this time. Chris talks about his prolonged absence, cultural noise, viewpoint paranoia, Hollywood's transactional sexual culture, whether not Google biases search results, and chats about a weekend in Las Vegas with some good friends.
John Wood Jr was the Republican congressional candidate in CA-43 challenging Maxine Waters. We talked about how he got into politics, what made him decide to be a Republican, the congressional campaign, how the system (and Democratic politician
Louis Carreon is a Los Angeles cultural staple - an artist with wild story to tell. We discuss art, the inspiration and experiences that led to his new exhibit, "Church and State", and the state of culture.
Catfish Jean is an actor on the Starz Channel's "Survivor's Remorse" and the upcoming film "Skin in the Game." Catfish is from south Florida, with Haitian heritage so we discuss Hurricane Irma, the cultural impact of natural disasters, and how
Sheldon Candis is a director and producer. His latest project, the documentary “Baltimore Boys” premieres August 8th as the newest installment in ESPN’s ’30 for 30’ series. The film tells the story of the undefeated Dunbar High School basketbal
Paul Wesley is an actor, director, and producer who starred for eight seasons in the CW smash hit “The Vampire Diaries”. We discuss his experience on the show, finding inspiration, understanding perspectives that aren’t your own, and how to fin
Rob Weiss is a writer, producer, and director, who’s been a big part of the HBO hit shows, “Entourage,” “How to Make it in America,” and now “Ballers,” which premiered its third season on July 23rd. We discuss his ups and downs in his introduct
Nick Goosen is a writer, director, and producer. Simon Rex is an entertainer, known for his acting, his social media, and his rapping alter-ego, Dirt Nasty. They are two of the main forces behind in Comedy Central’s digital series “Typical Rick
Chris returns from a long absence to discuss why he took so much time off, call-out culture, hot take culture, Rebecca Tuvel, the “Conceptual Penis” hoax, and what all these things means in the poisoning of the public conversation.
Dexter Tortoriello is a musician, song writer, and producer on Diplo's 'Mad Decent' record label. He achieved prominence initially with his project 'Houses,' for which he has a new album in the works, and his other project 'Dawn Golden' with th
Fahim Anwar is a stand up comedian whose new special "No Business Like Show Business" is out TODAY on NBC's comedy app Seeso (which you can try free for a month with the code ANWAR). We discuss the special, how he went from Boeing engineer to p
Mike Jackson is a producer and partner at Get Lifted Film Company alongside Ty Stiklorius and John Legend. Topics include La La Land and race in Hollywood, their show on WGN, "Underground," whose season 2 premiere is 3/8, and the value of havin
Chris D'Elia is a standup comedian, actor, and podcast host, who just recorded his latest Netflix special "Man On Fire," coming out late this spring. He's also started a brand new podcast called "Congratulations," so subscribe on iTunes. Chris
Matt D'Elia is a writer, director, and actor, whose film 'American Animal' appeared in film festivals across the country. Chris and Matt sit down for their annual Oscar talk, discussing all the Best Picture nominees, as well as the actors, the
Ryon Baxter is a writer, actor, and director whose film 'Green is Gold' won the audience award at the Los Angeles Film Festival. We discuss filmmaking guerrilla style on a shoestring budget, the cannabis business, drug use, and governmental con
Chris talks about why the left is going to lose every single battle it fights in the near future, why its outrage is so misguided and ineffective, and why there's no point in coddling it, while referencing the #deleteuber boycott, the riots ove
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