2018 Midterm Elections: Ep. 88

America is more politicized than ever, so the show’s taking a different direction this episode: breaking down the winners, losers, and biggest takeaways from the 2018 midterm elections.

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Danny Jolles: Ep. 87

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What a few months it’s been for comedian Danny Jolles, who talks about his character George and the final season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (6:20), his late-night debut on Stephen Colbert (21:18), and getting to celebrate his Washington Capitals winning the Stanley Cup, which he talks about in the Fun Five (39:40).

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“Starving Actress NYC” Alissa Salvatore: Ep. 86

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She auditions and she eats. And sings at weddings. Alissa discusses the rise of her Starving Actress NYC brand and its popular “Taste the World Tuesdays” series (3:47), shares tips for getting the best food pics and videos for your Instagram (17:21), explains the wild life of being a wedding singer (25:08), and picks the one song she wishes she never had to sing at a wedding again (38:24). Sorry Rihanna!

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Journalist Jordyn Rolling: Ep. 85

Being a black woman in media, playing college soccer, Utah fast food chains: a conversation with Jordyn Rolling covers it all. She shares what it’s like to host and produce for NBC, BET, Mic, and a slew of other outlets (1:57), growing up in the middle of Utah (11:40), how she broke into and thrived in a media world full of “mainly white girls” (20:13), and why Zoë Kravitz would be her dream interview (33:43).

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Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.”