Damien, Ali, and Vlad sit down to get in the conversation about the web series Money & Violence and the traditional look of media versus the power of content and storytelling in the budding DIY age, an iPhone burning through a Brooklyn kid’s back pocket at school and whether Vlad is an Apple apologist or not, and Common’s recent remarks about people of color moving away from the past and focusing on love from here on out. All that and a lot more, so check it out.
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Owen Smith was, until a few days ago, the Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. In this exclusive and wide-ranging interview, Owen tells Matt about how some strange animals dominated his early political life, the nickname his battlebus got and his departure from the Shadow Cabinet.
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Owen Smith joins Sam, Gareth & Vicky to kick off Black History Month! Owen is a writer on Whitney, Everybody Hates Chris and Are We There Yet? and was voted Most Likely to Succeed by his graduating class. Sam & Vicky recap The Gay Naughty BathHouse Show & Gareth’s sexy rasp talks Failosophy. Owen talks about his stand-up career, DC, Notre Dame, black rooms, joke thieves and funding his own comedy special. Sam divulges his Mariah Carey conspiracy theory. Call the throat plumber - who wants some GaytorAIDS?!? Kathleen Turner, 9 in the p’s.
Integration is over as the Champs welcome black comedian Owen Smith, who is best known for his appearance on Conan O'Brien and The Ruckus on Comedy Central. He talks with the Champs about his four years at Notre Dame, black people behaving differently around white people, and why women don't want to date comedians.