Playlist · by Francis.lc
8 episodes, 9 hours 44 mins
The Good Place Week: D'Arcy Carden
The Good Place week episode 2 is brought to you by American actress, comedian, and most lovable robot, D’Arcy Carden. D’Arcy sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss her epiphany about confidence, she reveals which bodily function made her husband fall in love with her and she talks about the struggle with making a non-human character resonate with humans. The two talk about the ethical dilemma of student/teacher relationships, D’Arcy perfects the O’Reilly jingle and Dax, as to be expected, loves D’Arcy’s dad.
The Good Place Week: Mike Schur
Episode 3 of The Good Place week shines a light on the man behind the curtain, Mike Schur. Mike (The Office, Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn 99) sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his philosophy on always “punching up”, he breaks down white privilege, details the many facets of showrunning and he gives a sweet anecdote that sums up Regis Philbin’s character. Dax and Mike discuss the virtues and pitfalls of Andrew Dice Clay, they talk about Mike’s attraction to equality and they come to the conclusion that Ted, Mike and Kristen would be the perfect threesome to pickpocket.
Chelsea Peretti (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Parks and Recreation, The Sarah Silverman Program) is an American writer, comedian and actress. Chelsea sits down with the armchair expert to discuss her resistance to ambition, the intrigue behind successful siblings and how biology is anti-feminist. Dax admits that he desperately wants Chelsea's approval and he can't discern whether or not she likes him. The two talk about parenting as public figures, she describes feeling very unprepared when she started Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Dax thinks Chelsea is from Long Island.
You may know D’Arcy Carden as the lovable, all-knowing, not-quite-robot-not-quite-human entity Janet onThe Good Place, and while she may not knoweverythingin real life, she certainly knew she wanted to act from the moment she saw her father in a local production of Thorton Wilder’s Our Town. By the time she was nine, D’Arcy had her mind set on child acting, and she tried to make her case to her father. But he didn’t buy her “I can handle it” argument, and instead, she was forced to pursue acting at school until she graduated. It was a compromise she didn’t want to make—“You’re ruining my life!” was D’Arcy’s initial reaction. But in retrospect, she wouldn’t have it any other way, proving that sometimes, parents do know whats best. (that last line was directed at my children). The struggles started soon after she graduated college and moved to New York City to conquer Broadway. “I shared a two-bedroom apartment with four, sometimes five people. I never had a dollar in N...
25: Valéry Giroux
Valéry Giroux est chercheuse en philosophie, professeure associée à la Faculté de Droit de l’Université de Montréal et militante pour lesdroits des animaux. Elle est l'autrice de l'ouvrage Contre l’exploitation animale et la coautrice du livre Le Véganisme dans la collection Que sais-je. Elle intervient souvent dans les médias sur des questions d'éthique animale.
Foo Fighters – The Colour And The Shape
The 2nd album from American Rock legends Foo Fighters that catapulted the band onto the global stage.Plus, what’s the correct listening process when digesting an album, and is Dave Grohl now more famous than Kurt Cobain?
Led Zeppelin – IV
We revisit the untitled 4th classic by Led Zeppelin.Discussing everything from putting a bullet in a builder’s leg, starting fights with shoplifters, and creating playlists for unborn children – we finally take on board the feedback from our listeners and integrate tracks into the pod.Next stop? World domination
Nirvana – In Utero
It’s all about Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ for our 14th podcast. Whilst constantly name checking our old favourite haunt ‘Dirt Cheap CD’s’, making lofty comparisons between Pablo Picasso, Kurt Cobain (and naturally Justin Bieber), and constantly plugging someone else’s podcast, we dissect the 3rd and final studio album by the worlds most iconic grunge band.
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