Comedians Keith and Kenny Lucas, known as The Lucas Brothers, are the writers behind the critically acclaimed film “Judas and the Black Messiah,” but the movie might not have happened without a ton of persistence. The brothers reveal what they call an “institutional bias” against stand-up comedians when taking on a project of this magnitude. They also double down on the call to remove J. Edgar Hoover’s name from the FBI building for “committing war crimes against Black people.”
Secondhand Embarrassment: Lipstick on Teeth, Dirty Nose &... Lubricant in the Background of a Zoom?!
We want to know how you deal with secondhand embarrassment! From noticing something on someone’s face to an embarrassing item in the background of a Zoom call, do you say something or keep it to yourself?
Accepting Compliments from a Stranger: ‘You’re My Husband’s Hall Pass!’
What’s the weirdest thing a stranger has ever said to you? From “I love you” to “you’re my husband’s hall pass,” we’re sharing the strangest compliments that made us go “Huh?”
Fair or Foul: Lying to End Long-Winded Conversations? Lisa Rinna Just Might Have the Secret!
Is there ever a time when it’s okay to lie to end a long-winded conversation? Guest co-host Lisa Rinna just might have the secret! Plus, we’re sharing the movies that we think deserve a sequel!
Is Closure Necessary? Garcelle & Lisa Rinna Reveal How They Moved On After a Brief Rift
Is it fair to expect closure after a bad situation? Garcelle and guest co-host Lisa Rinna open up about why closure was necessary for them to move on after a brief disagreement. Tell us: Is closure really necessary or should a person’s actions be enough?
Green with Envy: Lisa Rinna Reveals Her Daughters Are Sometimes Jealous of Each Other
Jealousy between friends is never good, but what happens when you see it within your family? Guest co-host Lisa Rinna opens up about her family’s bouts with envy. Plus, we’re getting the inside scoop on Lisa’s lip line, “Rinna Beauty.”
Chris Diamantopoulos On 35-Year Career, Voicing Mickey Mouse, New Role on ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’
Actor Chris Diamantopoulos is most known for his roles in “The Office” and “Silicon Valley,” but it’s his part in Disney+’s “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” that has everybody talking! Plus, he opens up about being only the fifth actor to voice the iconic role of Mickey Mouse.