What needs to change? Who should resign? Is there another side to the story? We talk sexual harassment and the current cultural moment with The Hollywood Reporter’s Ashley Cullins, therapist Pamela Georgette, and comedians Casey Ley and Faith Choyce!
As we approach Trump’s 100 day milestone, here’s a show recorded right before the inauguration with people’s predictions and outlook for the next four years. Recorded in Washington D.C., the show features comedian and Washington Post journalist Elahi Izadi, the Cato Institute’s Caleb Brown, Rare.us editor Jack Hunter, and comedians Chelsea Shorte and Matty Litwack.
3:20 Toby Muresianu Standup
7:50 Chelsea Shorte Standup
11:45 Matty Litwack Standup
15:45 Elahi Izade Standup
20:50 Panel Introductions
22:40 What do you think the biggest change will be over the next four years?
55:17 Is there too much relative comparison of politicians and partisans, as opposed to judging them on their merits?
1:08:50 Education, why can’t we agree on facts, and the media in the age of the internet.
1:27:45 How important are comedic news sources?
1:38:30 Is Trump anti-trans, and the line between opposing policies and opposing groups of people.
We’re back to cover arguably the world’s largest Unsafe Space — Russia!
Are they up to no good? Or just misunderstood?
Is the Cold War heating up again?
Are they the boogeyman, or are we just treating them like one?
We get down to business at the Hollywood Improv Comedy Club Lab with a panel of comedians and experts who may or may not be Russian agents.
Kira Soltanovich (former Tonight Show correspondent, Showtime special)
Peter Savodnik, founder of Stateless Media, who’s written for the
Washington Post, Time, and the New Yorker.
Sofiya Alexandra (Comedy Central’s This is Not Happening, one of
Playboy’s 50 Funniest Women On Twitter)
Benjamin Graham, USC professor of international relations and co-founder of their Security and Political Economy lab!
Tickets are just $5 with no drink minimum (as un-Russian as that is). Get yours now!
Brought to you as always by We The Internet TV.
We discuss what’s next after the election, why it happened and why they voted the way they did in often-heated, often-hilarious discussion with comedians Helen Hong (Inside Amy Schumer), Thai Rivera (Fusion’s Roast of America), Caroline Heldman (Occidental College Politics professor) and John L. Ray (Former DNC analyst).
The election will be over. The hangovers will be fading (maybe). But where do we go from here? Will our wounds heal? What countries should we consider moving to? What tires make the best barricades?
Unsafe Space seeks to answer these questions and more with standup from great comics, discussion with accomplished experts, and your very own questions.
As a special bonus – and to help the healing begin – we’re waiving ticket prices so it is FREE for everyone!
The lineup features comedians:
Helen Hong from Inside Amy Schumer and Last Call with Carson Daly!
Thai Rivera from Fusion’s Roast of America!
Caroline Heldman, Occidental College Political Science professor and author of “Rethinking Madame President: Are We Ready for a Woman in the White House?”
UCLA’s John Ray, former analyst for the DNC!
And hosted by Toby Muresianu and Lou Perez of We the Internet TV!
We return to Los Angeles to cover the industry that covers everybody: The Media. This was a funny and insightful show, as well as a contentious one – particularly around the topic of covering white supremacist movements. You can read some of the articles referenced on white nationalists, Trump and David Duke, and the fight between the KKK and counterprotestors here.
Christina Bellantoni – Assistant Managing Editor/Politics at the LA Times (subscribe to her newsletter at latimes.com/
Tamer Kattan – winner of the World Series of Comedy and finalist in MoveOn.org’s “Laughter Trumps Hate” competition!
Julianne Simitz – Producer of “Bad News Live” in Hollywood and veteran political worker!
Chriss Street – writer whose work has appeared in Breitbart, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Drudge Report, New York Times and many more!
Hope you enjoy it.
Lou calls in from covering the national conventions, former attorney and current comedian Mike Schmidt argues with guest Sameer Suri about NATO, and Toby Muresianu hosts a discussion about current politics.
Joanna Castle Miller discusses documenting her father’s run for President on the Constitution Party ticket as part of her comedic series Red White and Dad; Riley Silverman sheds light on the trans bathroom issue, and they both discuss the current state of political satire with hosts Lou and Toby.
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.
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.