We return to the studio to talk to Julianne Simitz, producer of Bad News Live, and Carl Kozlowski of the Koz Effect podcast about whether Trump is like Hitler, squatty potties, and everything in between!
Lou and Toby sit down with comedians Sameer Suri, a gay Indian Trump supporter, and Justice Wainwright, whose viral tweets you may have seen. Sameer argues why Scalia was a fantastic judge, Justice recounts being stabbed over a Nintendo 64, and much more.
A funny and informative discussion on income inequality, featuring comedians Betsy Salkind (the Tonight Show, Comedy Central) and Keith Carey (The Comedy Store), plus experts James McKeever (Pierce College sociology and philosophy department chair) and Andrei Muresianu (mutual fund manager, board member of the Para Los Niños educational nonprofit, and brother of one of the hosts).
Two charts are referenced in this episode, posted here for your convenience:
Our latest episode of Unsafe Studio, the version of the show recorded in Lou’s apartment as opposed to in front of a live audience, features Brendan O’Neill, editor of spiked magazine and columnist for the Australian and the Big Issue, as well as the hilarious Marcella Arguello and Laura Crawford.
We talk about universities, free speech, whether New York is better or worse now, and a few hundred other things.
The word of the day is wealth redistribution. Well, that’s two words, but the questions remain, such as:
Should we raise the wage or lower the class rage?
Welfare state: good idea or bad university name?
Blame the billionaire class or celebrate classy billionaires?
Coming to the rescue is our latest show, featuring two great guest comedians:
* Betsy Salkind, who’s appeared on the Tonight Show and Comedy Central and is also a former Federal Reserve Bank Examiner.
* Keith Carey, a fixture at the Comedy Store, host of the Mean Boys Podcast, and winner of three SoCal comedy competitions.
Plus two great experts from very different areas:
* James McKeever, the Chair of Sociology and Philosophy at Pierce College. In addition to teaching, he has worked with the Los Angeles County Probation Department on designing prevention and intervention programs for detained youth.
* Andrei Muresianu, director of research at Capital Group, one of the world’s largest investment management organizations, as well as a former hedge fund manager and board member at Para Los Ninos educational nonprofit. He is also the brother of one of the co-hosts and has been selected through sheer nepotism.
Also joining us will be the most important part of the show – YOU, in the crowd, asking the big questions!
The facebook event is here if you want to be a doll and RSVP.
Tickets are $5 at the door. Parking is available east of the venue, Oh My Ribs Entertainment at 6468 Santa Monica Blvd in Hollywood.
Our first in-studio (or in-apartment) podcast features USC Professor Christian Grose (author of Congress in Black and White), regular guest Laura Crawford (Buzzfeed) and Toby & Lou talking about the primaries, what really goes on at the Iowa Caucuses, and discuss whether what people say about college kids nowadays is true.
In our latest podcast, we talk about Islam in a political context with Jihad Turk, President of Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School, Aron Kader of Comedy Central’s Axis of Evil Comedy tour, Mitch Burrow (USMC veteran and regular on Bob & Tom radio) and Heina Dadabhoy, blogger for FreeThoughtBlogs.com!
This week, Unsafe Space returns to discuss a topic that’s sure to get us on a watch list: Islam!
With an incredible lineup, featuring:
Aron Kader of Comedy Central’s Axis of Evil Comedy tour!
Mitch Burrow, USMC veteran and regular on Bob & Tom radio!
Heina Dadabhoy, blogger for FreeThoughtBlogs.com!
Jihad Turk, President of Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School!
And as always, hosted by Lou Perez (YouTube’s Greg and Lou) and Toby Muresianu (Real Time with Bill Maher).
It’s in the center of Hollywood, at Oh My Ribs! Theater at 6468 Santa Monica Boulevard, so be sure to make the pilgrimage! Tickets are $5 at the door and there is street parking east of the venue. RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/778001718970950/ !
Dr. Richard Fox (Loyola Marymount University professor and author of “iPolitics: Citizens, Elections and Governing in the New Media Era”) Joel Silberman (LA Times opinion writer and Obama 2008 campaign staffer), Adam Yenser (Emmy-award-winning Ellen writer and Politicon Political Comic of the Year) and Kevin Munroe (San Francisco Walk the Plank comedy competition winner) bring standup, analysis, and predictions on the 2016 presidential election.
Didn’t get the political discussion everyone talks about for Thanksgiving? Or felt like the consensus on Donald Trump left something to be desired?
Never fear. We’re back this week with standup and discussion on the 2016 presidential election.
DR. RICHARD FOX, Political science professor and associate dean at Loyola Marymount University, and author of “Running From Office: Why Young Americans Are Turned Off to Politics” and “iPolitics: Citizens, Elections, and Governing in the New Media Era.”
JOEL SILBERMAN, Opinion writer for the LA Times, screenwriter, and staffer on the (successful) 2008 Obama presidential campaign.
Plus standup from:
ADAM YENSER, Emmy award-winning writer for Ellen and winner of the 2016 Politicon Political Comedian of the Year award.
KEVIN MUNROE, Winner of the San Jose Beat the Heat and San Francisco Walk the Plank Comedy Competitions.
And as always, hosted and with standup by Lou Perez (YouTube’s Greg and Lou) and Toby Muresianu (Real Time with Bill Maher).
$5 at the door. Street parking available east of the venue. Absentee ballots not accepted.
There’s also a out the facebook event for your convenience and RSVP-ing pleasure.