Big Freedia, the queen diva of bounce music, gives advice to aspiring twerkers and reveals what it's like to get a phone call from Beyoncé. This episode originally aired on July 8, 2016.
Josh Gondelman And Catherine Cohen: Brooklyn Famous
Two New York comedians take the stage. Josh Gondelman, writer-producer of Desus & Mero and "the nicest guy in comedy," explains why he gives strangers pep talks on Twitter. Then, cabaret comic Catherine Cohen makes comedy into fashion as they go head-to-head in trivia games about sports and mattresses.
Michael C. Hall and Ronny Chieng: More Fun Than A Carrot
Actor Michael C. Hall reflects on his roles in Six Feet Under and Dexter , and his return to the stage. Plus, The Daily Show 's Ronny Chieng talks about his role in Crazy Rich Asians . This episode originally aired Nov. 2, 2018.
Trace Adkins And Carlene Carter: Cowboys And Cowpunks
Two of country music's finest join forces at the Polk Theater in Nashville for a night of games inspired by Music City. Trace Adkins shares the chance encounter that launched his career, while songwriter Carlene Carter explains how it felt to grow up in music and to carry on the family legacy.
Terry Crews: The Man's Got Talent
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and America's Got Talent: The Champions host Terry Crews reflects on his football career, activist work, and his breakthrough in Hollywood. This episode originally aired on Jan. 18, 2019.