Jake Hart, Mike Cho, and Duchess share stories about trying to get fired, a bad boyfriend, and rescuing a friend from a pimp.
In this episode…- Cheektowaga, New York- Cold Brook- The secret language of actors- Mom vs. Prague- The jazz guitarist in the corner- Multi-cam vs. baseball- Something weird- Bingo- Ice hockey- Balloons and bubbles- Regional theater in Syracuse- A fateful car wash- Advice to callers Chris and ErinUNQUALIFIED WOULD LIKE TO THANK OUR SPONSORS:STATE FARM (PRESENTING SPONSOR)Check out statefarm.com to find a local agent today.STITCHFIX KIDSYou can get 25% off at Stitchfix.com/kids/anna and $20 off the styling fee.CHRYSLERGet employee pricing now on a 2020 Chrysler Pacifica or $1,000 toward a Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. Go to Pacificaisqualified.comRAKUTENGo to Rakuten.com or download the app and rack up cash back.Please subscribe to Anna Faris is Unqualified on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media:Instagram @UnqualifiedTwitter @UnqualifiedFacebook @Anna Faris is UnqualifiedMusic by: Mondo Cozmo @mondocozmoCo-producer: Cassie Daniels @mscassiedanielsCo-producer: Michael ShermanArtwork by: Matthew Tiger madisonavegraphics.comProduction Services: Kelly&Kelly @kellykellyincDistributed by: Simplecast
Laila Lalami, Joe Ide and Viet Thanh Nguyen are some of the major authors featured at the American Writers Museum in the Loop.
Mike Sweeney tried on several different careers before becoming the head writer for Conan O’Brien: trial lawyer, standup comedian, warm-up comic. But it’s a miracle he was able to do any of them after growing up in a violent, unpredictable household. Mike tells Marc the truly shocking circumstances of his early life, as well as the better days doing comedy in New York City, the highs of Late Night on NBC, the chaos of Conan’s Tonight Show days, and the many hats he now wears in the Conan Empire. This episode is sponsored by Zoro.com, Stamps.com, and Pepsi.
Cowboys Tripped, Jameis as Favre 2.0, Sad Lions Thanksgivings, and Sweater Parlays With Cousin Sal | The Bill Simmons Podcast
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss Patriots-Cowboys, 49ers-Packers, Eagles-Seahawks, Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers, the annual Lions Thanksgiving game, the Titans on a roll, and more (3:08), before they guess the NFL lines for Week 13 (53:20).
Cartoonist Lynda Barry teaches us how to silence our inner critic and draw like a child with a new book called Making Comics. The q screen panel digs into the latest string of box office flops and share their thoughts on what big Hollywood studios are getting wrong. Multidisciplinary artist Curtis Talwst Santiago tells us how he creates tiny 3D worlds inside of vintage jewelry boxes.
Curtis Talwst Santiago is a multidisciplinary artist who creates tiny dioramas inside vintage jewelry boxes. He joined Tom Power to talk about his art and why he loves the miniature form.
The pioneering cartoonist, professor and MacArthur Genius Grant winner is helping us access the creativity she says we all possess with a new book called Making Comics.
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As part of a month-long campaign called the Purple Project for Democracy, (a strictly non-partisan, apolitical effort that a number of other large news organizations have also contributed to) we are featuring a series of conversations about an alarming l