August 5, 2021

EP. 70 — Guy Branum

Comedian, writer, and actor Guy Branum joins Jameela this week to discuss the relationship between his coming out and his mental health, how The Biggest Loser damaged people’s understanding of fatness, his frustrations with how queer people are represented in media, and more.


Jameela: [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. I hope that you’re well, I’m fine. I’m fucking exhausted. This job is exhausting, but so much fun. I’m having a great time. I’m not allowed to say anything else other than that, other than I’m having a lot of fun in the MCU and the women I work with on the show are absolutely amazing. And I’m madly in love with all of them. And I can’t believe I’ve made such great friends a job. And I feel so lucky to have found this work in this time and found these people in a moment where sometimes the world has felt so divided and divisive and and I’ve just been surrounded by some really wonderful, loving humans. So I’m in a good place for a change. And I thought I would just share that with you, if that’s OK. OK, so today’s episode is where the Guy Branum, Guy Branum is a comedian and an author and an actor, just a great veteran enter

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