October 18, 2018
Cristen Conger (Unladylike) and Benari Poulten (The Nightly Show) join Negin to discuss the geopolitical implications of the missing Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Then, the panel asks: If the Democrats win the House, is a quest for impeachment politically savvy? Plus, they unpack New York Times critic Wesley Morris’s essay “The Morality Wars” and how social justice and representation impact how we talk about art.
March 11, 2021
Seena Ghaznavi and Andrew Heaton join Negin to break down the recently passed Covid relief bill and why it’s debatably bigger than the New Deal. They also discuss Meghan and Harry’s Oprah interview and why the Royal Family is actually a corporation.
March 4, 2021
Maz Jobrani and Shalewa Sharpe join Negin to share their thoughts on the vaccine rollout and the different approaches to schools reopening in red and blue states. They also discuss the allegations made against Andrew Cuomo and whether they should even be talking about CPAC.
February 25, 2021
Comedians Vicky Kuperman and T.J. join Negin to analyze why Neera Tanden’s confirmation process has been so difficult. They also talk about how people reacted to Rush Limbaugh’s death and why “speaking ill of the dead” is frowned upon.