The two talk about Colin’s contribution to the Dave Chappelle Mark Twain Awards ceremony, he speculates on why he’s so private and he talks about how he views the world as an observer rather than a participant. And most importantly, Dax asks who more accurately captured Bob in film, Robert Redford or Will Ferrell.
Adam joins the Armchair Expert to discuss Jack Parsons and the book Strange Angel, his OCD tendencies involving his rearview mirror, and getting scooped up by the golden age of teen television. John also tells Marc what it was like to play Brian Wilson while working with Brian Wilson, how Being John Malkovich got made, and why Danny Trejo told the world that out of all the tough guys on the set of Con Air, John was the baddest mother of all.
But given what’s been happening in 2020, is it even okay to laugh right now? Susan chats with the Armchair Expert about her heartbreaking story – battling addiction, losing her son, and her time spent within the prison system.
Leah chats with the Armchair Expert about the pitfalls of sharing kids’ data on social media, the ways in which tech companies commodify human data and how she implements restrictions in her own house.
They also discuss Barbara’s Oscar-winning film Harlan County, USA, how Bruce Springsteen saved one of her early movies, and how she got Jimmy Carter to open up about the Iran hostage crisis for her latest doc, Desert One. Colin Jost (SNL) is an American comedian, actor and writer. hide caption, Send us your comments, questions and suggestions, We Insist: A Timeline Of Protest Music In 2020, Colin Jost Of 'SNL' Knows You're Laughing At His 'Very Punchable Face', 'Palm Springs' Romantic Comedy Is A Total Winner For The Lockdown Era. They talk about Patti’s days living at the Hotel Chelsea, carrying on the legacy of the Beat Generation, and forming life-changing relationships with William Borroughs, Sam Shepard, Allen Ginsberg, and Bob Dylan, among others. Colin Jost (SNL) is an American comedian, actor and writer. The secret’s out! David Cross is one of Marc’s oldest friends in show business.
Dax geeks out about the two attending UCLA at the same time and Sara tells him how she wasted a year of school credits abroad. Melinda and Marc talk about processing the pain, particularly dealing with parents suffering from mental illness. Colin Jost (SNL) is an American comedian, actor and writer. Marc welcomes his old friend back to the show for a talk about pandemic comedy, going stir crazy during quarantine, avoiding cults and pulling for democracy to make it through these times.
Erin joins the Armchair Expert to talk about the history of democracy, the rise of the electoral college, and how voting has evolved over time. Bob Woodward is an American investigative journalist that started working for the Washington Post in 1971 and currently holds the title of associate editor. The two talk about Colin’s contribution to the Dave Chappelle Mark Twain Awards ceremony, he speculates on why he’s so private and he talks about how he views the world as an observer rather than a participant. Aly Raisman is a two time American Olympic gymnast.
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Sofia chats with the Armchair Expert about spending her childhood on set, how comfortable she always felt there and how she fought becoming a director because it seemed expected. Dax gives the Armcherries a personal update. Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club, Interstellar, True Detective) is a Golden Globe & Academy Award-Winning actor, author, and producer. The two discuss Tom's approach to bettering himself and the identity shift he will inevitably experience post-retirement. Colin Jost on comedy’s role in 2020 and leaving SNL. Dax brings up a lingering insecurity about Family Guy and Seth talks about the first time he drew a nude in college.
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From a young age when activist priests used to visit his parents to the Reagan years when he underwent a political awakening to present day, John uses his perception of how the world works as a way to build the characters he plays.
Adam amazes us with his encyclopedic knowledge, he explains how much of an influence Vince Vaughn had on his acting, and talks about his on-screen three-way with Kristen. She discusses her journey to becoming a resource for women coming out of prison and all of the amazing work A New Way of Life is currently doing. Adam Brody (CHiPs, The OC, Gilmore Girls) is an actor, writer, and producer.
Colin Jost (SNL) is an American comedian, actor and writer. Barbara Kopple is known for her acclaimed documentary films, but for Marc the most memorable time Barbara spent behind the camera is the day she directed him in a phone commercial. She explains how she never felt oppressed by her father’s success in film, her time living in Paris and what it was like trying to track down Bill Murray. Sara Bareilles is a Grammy Award-winner and Tony and Emmy Award-nominated singer, songwriter, actress and author.
Day 7. That comes in handy in the new series Utopia, where John plays an evil billionaire. Keith chats with the Armchair Expert about adjusting to Nashville from Australia, why he couldn’t get signed to a record deal and his unique meld of sounds. Matthew joins the Armchair Expert to discuss the red and yellow... Erin Geiger Smith is a freelance reporter for The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, and author of Thank You for Voting: The Past, Present, and Future of... Chelsea Handler (Evolution, Chelsea Lately, The Chelsea Handler Show) is a comedian, actress, writer, television host, producer and activist.
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Colin Jost has 15 years of Saturday Night Live under his belt but the time in his life he feels he’s still running away from is his upbringing on Staten Island.
Dax wonders why songs by Australian singers often sound American and Keith talks about wanting approval from his father.
Dax praises Jon on all of the work the JBJ Soul Foundation (www.jbjsf.org) is doing and we have the most special fact check ever with special guest, best friend Aaron Weakly.
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In the fact check, Dax and Monica have a debate about issues on this year’s ballot. They go through Matthew’s upbringing in Austin, his first movie role in Dazed and Confused, his launch into superstardom, his self-imposed hiatus, and his career rebirth that saw him win an Oscar. It’s been a long time since Wayne and Marc hung out last. Dax wonders if his experience at Harvard was like Hogwarts and Colin shares one of his many poop stories. BONUS EPISODE with Isabel Wilkerson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and the author of The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration and Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. Dax confesses how sad he is that he can’t hang out with David every day. Thank you for reading! We speak, we teach and we build, all to help you create an amazing show, and get your voice out in the world.
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Seth chats with the armchair expert about how he first found animation, luck vs. effort and how he handles criticism. Michael Che and Colin Jost Say COVID-Era SNL Feels Like a Podcast ... “Yeah, it feels like you’re listening to a podcast. Description; No description provided. 7/13/2020. Since then both dealt with deaths of people close to them and they talk about how processing those losses gave them perspective on what we’re all living through. Colin chats with the Armchair Expert about how he got into comedy, his approach to managing and he talks us through some of his favorite sightseeing castles.
Dax wonders if his experience at Harvard was like Hogwarts and Colin shares one of his many poop stories.
Tom joins the Armchair Expert to discuss his journey to healthy dieting, valuing skills that often get undervalued and starting football in high school. Marc talks with Matthew about the revelations he encountered, the perspective he gained, and the philosophies he was able to codify in the process. Colin chats with the Armchair Expert about how he got into comedy, his approach to managing and he talks us through some of his favorite sightseeing castles. David Farrier is a New Zealand investigative journalist known for his documentary Tickled and documentary series Dark Tourist. Colin Jost. WTF with Marc Maron Podcast. Jon tells the story of his mob meeting with Howard Stern and how Bruce Springsteen joined him on stage when he was in high school. He explains to Marc how his perspective for the piece was largely aided by his fear of flying. Marc and Colin also talk about the stress of hosting the Emmys, the secret gift of Lorne Michaels, and the silver linings Colin and Scarlett Johansson are finding in quarantine. Chelsea Handler (Evolution, Chelsea Lately, The Chelsea Handler Show) is a comedian, actress, writer, television host, producer and activist. John Cusack is always trying to stay engaged with the world.
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The two discuss how these conspiracies happen, what makes people susceptible to them, and how to have constructive discussions with their believers. Dax wonders if his experience at Harvard was like Hogwarts and Colin shares one of his many poop stories. When Hari Kondabolu was a college student, he interviewed Marc for a research paper about standup comedy.
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Colin Jost, here in 2018, first joined Saturday Night Live as a writer 15 years ago. The two discuss the handling of the virus and the inability to put together a cohesive plan. Plus, Melinda talks about the connection she has with Marc’s past, something that requires a bit of processing on Marc’s end.