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Fake The Nation
58 minutes | 7 days ago
It’s Not Magic, It’s Science (w/ Bill Nye, Ophira Eisenberg)
Bill Nye and Ophira Eisenberg join Negin to discuss New Zealand's approach to closing the gender pay gap, what they hope Biden does to combat climate change, and their mutual love of Canadian cereal. Bill defines the term "carbon fee" and explains why people are less scared of "fees" than "taxes."
52 minutes | 14 days ago
Rise Above-y (w/ Samantha Bee, Wajahat Ali)
Samantha Bee and Wajahat Ali join Negin to share how they felt after finding out Joe Biden won the presidency. They also get into whether Trumpism will outlast Trump and how they plan to mentally prepare for another possible coronavirus lockdown.
51 minutes | 21 days ago
Optimistic, Yet Miserable (w/ Paula Poundstone, Dorian Warren)
Paula Poundstone and Dorian Warren join Negin to predict how the presidential election is going to play out. They unpack the role religion played for some Trump voters. Everyone reveals their favorite comfort movies and TV shows—Paula makes a strong case for Mary Poppins.
57 minutes | a month ago
Maybe The Future Is Good? (w/ David Cross, Cody Lindquist)
David Cross and Cody Lindquist join Negin to discuss how early voting is going. In Cody's case, it involved Mariska Hargitay and free sandwiches. They also react to Amy Coney Barrett being sworn in and white women's obsession with fall.
28 minutes | a month ago
The Death Call For Democracy
On this week's bonus episode, Danielle Durchslag joins Negin to break down the differences between the first presidential debate and the second. One point of agreement? The mute button sure helped.
62 minutes | a month ago
Hold Your Nose And Take It (w/ Alexandra Pelosi, Shalewa Sharpe)
Alexandra Pelosi and Shalewa Sharpe join Negin to explain why they're wary of presidential polling. They also discuss whether hate speech should be protected and imagine what a city designed by women would look like. (Spoiler alert: Women's bathrooms would have more hooks.)
25 minutes | a month ago
The Battle of the Town Halls
In this special bonus episode, John F. O'Donnell joins Negin to discuss Trump and Biden's competing town halls. Spoiler alert: they were really different.
67 minutes | a month ago
Weekend at Bernie’s: SCOTUS Edition (w/ Judah Friedlander, Jody Avirgan)
Judah Friedlander and Jody Avirgan join Negin to break down Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation hearing and Trump’s decision to participate in a town hall competing with Joe Biden. They debate whether the SATs are helping or hurting students. Judah opens up about his dislike of school and discusses why memorizing facts isn’t enough.
68 minutes | 2 months ago
Darling, It’s Karma (w/ Gaby Dunn, Peppermint)
Gaby Dunn and Peppermint join Negin to provide insight on what Amy Coney Barrett's nomination could mean for the LGBTQ+ community, including the particular challenges transgender people face. They also react to Trump's COVID diagnosis and the end of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians.'
65 minutes | 2 months ago
Cognitively Elegant (w/ Tochi Onyebuchi, Sarah Pappalardo)
Tochi Onyebuchi and Sarah Pappalardo join Negin to break down the most insane moments of Tuesday night's presidential debate. They also discuss whether composting is a form of doomsday prepping and dig into Trump's taxes. Sarah explains why the $750 that Trump paid in federal income taxes isn't even the worst part.
61 minutes | 2 months ago
Julián Castro and the Latinx Vote (w/ Julián Castro, Lou Gonzalez)
Julián Castro and Lou Gonzalez join Negin to shed light on why some Latinx voters are undecided and what issues are important to them. They also discuss Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy and why switching to a 4-day work week would benefit everyone.
58 minutes | 2 months ago
The Mea Culpa-iest of Mea Culpas (w/ Margaret Cho, Sean Rameswaram)
Margaret Cho and Sean Rameswaram join Negin to describe what it's been like living in California as fires ravage the West Coast. Margaret also defines the term "Koreaboo" and Sean explains why the U.S. should be more like Australia when it comes to Election Day.
61 minutes | 3 months ago
Sweatpants 2020 (w/ Allison Raskin, Sally Kohn)
Allison Raskin and Sally Kohn join Negin to weigh in on the "October Surprise" vaccine and why election polls are often inaccurate. They also debate the rise of sweatpants during the pandemic. Negin has some strong feelings about airport style.
31 minutes | 3 months ago
Make Me Stupider and Hotter (w/ Joyelle Johnson, John F. O'Donnell, Jena Friedman, Michael Cruz Kayne)
Joyelle Johnson and John F. O'Donnell join Negin for a discussion on the pros and cons of rationality. Later on, Jena Friedman and Michael Cruz Kayne decide if they'd rather be intelligent or hot, and address other eternal questions.
59 minutes | 3 months ago
Using a Diamond Necklace As Spaghetti (w/ Joyelle Johnson, John Fugelsang)
Joyelle Johnson and John Fugelsang join Negin to dig into GOP dirt, including Kellyanne Conway’s White House departure and the Jerry Falwell, Jr. controversy. They also share what TV shows have been keeping them sane during the pandemic and what's been inspiring them creatively.
55 minutes | 3 months ago
MasterClass Your Life (w/ June Diane Raphael, Rob Kutner)
June Diane Raphael and Rob Kutner join Negin to analyze the highs and lows of the Democratic National Convention and attempt to get to the bottom of what MasterClass is actually selling. They also dig into how the economy bounced back after WW2 and what we can learn from history.
63 minutes | 3 months ago
Today’s Hot Take? Optimism! (w/ Baratunde Thurston, Catie Lazarus)
Baratunde Thurston and Catie Lazarus join Negin to discuss Biden's choice for VP, Kamala Harris and why it's a big deal. They also get into the pros and cons of living in a big city during the pandemic. Pro: Wearing a mask and sunglasses means you can discreetly cry in public.
52 minutes | 4 months ago
Mystery Poetry Slam (w/ Touré, Jeff Kreisler)
Touré and Jeff Kreisler join Negin to dive into Trump's obsession with TikTok and attempt to identify the necessary components of a functional democracy. They also break down absentee versus vote-by-mail ballots. Touré explains why he'll be voting in person.
32 minutes | 4 months ago
Bonus the Nation: The Healing Power of Karaoke
How can we improve our lives? Tanael Joachim and Sally Kohn join Negin to share what's helped them, including the healing power of karaoke, quitting heels, and more.
58 minutes | 4 months ago
Influence the Polls (w/ Tala Ashe, Travon Free)
Trump sought to trademark ‘tele-rally'. Tala Ashe, Travon Free, and Negin have plenty to say about it. They also explore misconceptions about people who receive stimulus checks and what white fragility means, historically.
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