How will today's immigrant New Yorkers be portrayed? Will we have the same kind of nostalgia culture that we see for '50s and '60s NYC? How Lulu Wang's "Farewell" will impact the next generation of creators.
"Always Be My Maybe," the romantic comedy on Netflix starring Ali Wong and Randall Park is the feel good movie of the summer. So good, we need a sequel!
I think it might be something like "Now We Have a Baby!"
In this episode I wonder what that sequel might look like.
It's My Cancelversary. A year ago was let go from my job.
It was a scary time being later in my career but am thankful for the lessons learned.
This episode is all about the flavor of the limeade from journey the past year.
And the music that got me, and is getting me through.
Congrats to all the 2019 Emmy Nominees!
But what if there was an awards show for tv content based on criteria that mattered most to me?
Presenting the 1st every "On My Couchys" an award show for the way I think about tv these days. Based on how this Dad who has a household of 5, one tv, and limited time to control the remote enjoys shows.
The Democratic candidates for the 2020 nomination have their plans.
But can they pass the Coffee Cart contest?
Do they stand for the average American?
Can Andrew Yang hang with working New Yorkers?
Can Mayor Pete take the heat of the "BEC Challenge?"
Donald Shirley deserves his own movie. Green Book is to the full Donald Shirley Story as an Avengers' movie to Black Panther. In Black Panther the family story, the beauty, the love, the self-determination of Wakanda. This episode explores his origin story and why Donald Shirley - originator, innovator, fighter - forerunner of Prince - is an American superhero.
Thanks to Donald Shirley for keeping on, and to the Shirley family for sharing your story.
Thanks to Brooke Obie of Shadow and Act...