On this week's episode, the crew recaps Rachel's recent HERlarious variety show, Jaime and Frank each give their personal reviews of the show, and everyone looks ahead to the upcoming L.A. trip. On this week's "Ask Bago", a listener seeks advice on getting dumped after landing in a different country. On “Bochinche Bites”, Jaime dishes on Sesame Street tackling the opiod crisis and Nike selling "Jesus Shoes" with actual holy water in them. On this week’s “Frank-spiracy News”, Frank tells us about the Georgia Guide Stones. The crew interviews Carolina Conteras aka Miss Rizos about how she began empowering women and young girls through her social media platforms, how she learned to embrace her curls, and the recent opening of her new hair salon in Washington Heights. FUCHILA FRESHENERS LOL DISCOUNT CODE “LOL20” at https://www.fuchilafresheners.com/ IG/FB @WeAreLatinosOutLoud @miss_rizos TWITTER @LocaYBago @Miss_Rizos Hashtag #LatinosOutLoud
Hoop Dreams with Sandra Garcia
On this week's episode, Rachel talks about the #TwitterVoices dinner she was selected to attend, Juan Bago tells us how he gets his nourishment at networking events, Jaime and Rachel recount Room 28’s performance at Festival People en Español, and the crew teases Jaime about the lack of footage captured while at New York’s Comic Con. On this week's "Ask Bago", a listener asks Bago how to get rid of a stalker. On “Bochinche Bites”, Pero Like's Gadiel Del Orbe joins us as Jaime dishes on Victoria's Secret signing their first plus size model, Pope Francis considering lifting celibacy requirements for priests, and Instagram removing their "Following" tab. On this week’s “Frank-spiracy News”, Frank tells us about the climate change hoax. The crew interviews New York Times journalist Sandra Garcia on when she first became interested in journalism, writing stories that relate to the experience of black Latinx women, and the process of writing and developing a story at the NY Times. On the Que Lo Que Quickie the crew chats with comedian BlackRose about how she got into comedy, the lessons she has learned doing standup, and her and Rachel announce the final lineup for this Saturday's HERlarious show. FUCHILA FRESHENERS LOL DISCOUNT CODE “LOL10” at IG/FB @WeAreLatinosOutLoud @s_evangelina @IamBlackRoseNYC TWITTER @LocaYBago @ IamBlackRoseNYC Hashtag #LatinosOutLoud
GENTI- Fried Plantains w/ EJ Bonilla
On this week's episode, the crew announces our upcoming live show for the New York Comedy Festival, Jaime goes to a medieval festival dressed as a wizard, Frank talks about Kanye showing up in the Heights, and Rachel describes a bad audition plus her appearance acting in the rejected writer's show "Scrapped." Bago premieres his new segment, "Ask Bago", where he answers questions from our listeners. On “Bochinche Bites”, Jaime dishes on Samuel L. Jackson becoming the new voice of Amazon Alexa and "plantain crisps" aka platanos winning an award for best vegan snack. On this week’s “Frank-spiracy News”, Frank tells us about linking brains to the internet. The crew interviews actor EJ Bonilla on how he first got into acting, his early experience working on a soap opera, how the business has changed for Latino actors since he started, and his thoughts about toxic masculinity. On the Que Lo Que Quickie the crew chats with Adrian and Andrew Nuno about their web series "Border'd" and how being twins affects their work dynamic. GET YOUR FUCHILA FRESHENERS LATINO POP CULTURE LINE OF MOBILE SCENTED ART!
Snitches Get Stitches w/ Mark Viera
On this week's episode, everyone is back together for the first time this season. Rachel explains why she was out last week, and she also announces the cast members of "The HERlarious Show" performance on October 12th. On “Bochinche Bites”, Jaime dishes on Tekashi 6ix9ine snitching in court, somebody buying a drawing of Channing Tatum's scrotum on Ebay, and people still believing that they can get STDs from toilet seats. On this week’s “Frank-spiracy News”, Frank suspects some of the passengers on the ill-fated Challenger space shuttle explosion are still alive. The crew interviews comedian Mark Viera and he walks us through the moment he knew he wanted to pursue comedy full time, his early material, and how he is preparing for his upcoming HBO comedy special. GET YOUR FUCHILA FRESHENERS LATINO POP CULTURE LINE OF MOBILE SCENTED ART!
Bring Your Own Bun Bros w/ Alain Alfaro and Juan Caceres
On this week's episode, Frank returns to the podcast after shooting a short film at the Jersey Shore, Bago and Jaime reunite with Jose Reyes at the Mets game, and Carmen Mendoza (filling in for Rachel) breaks down the most recent Democratic debate. On “Bochinche Bites”, Jaime dishes on Bang Bros trying to rename a sports arena, a woman getting a little "too excited" at a Broadway show, Popeyes telling their customers to bring their own buns, and Tinder making their own TV series. On this week’s “Frank-spiracy News”, Frank educates us on food additives and what they are made of. The crew interviews director Alain Alfaro and independent producer/festival programmer Juan Caceres about working with Jaime and Bago on the web series Henry, this year's Urban World film festival and Juan's favorite movies being shown at the festival, Alain's latest short film "Message Erased" (which is also screening at Urban World), and the state of Latino films in general. This week's Que Lo Que Quickie is with actor Santiago Rosas who chats with us about his lead role as Benny in the Web series The North Pole, what to expect for season 2 of the show, and working with producer Rosario Dawson on the series. You can check out here at