Archive for February 2012
Find out how an interview between Barbara Walters and Joan Rivers sparked a lengthy discussion about vaginas. The take home message? When asked, people have strong opinions about vaginas.
Jewish activist and comedien Michael Rakosi blows the lid off a story about Mormons who baptize dead Jews, and then Brooklynite and comedien Angela Cobb discusses the culture war between Hassidic Jews and Hipsters. Despite all that facial hair, they just can't seem to get along.
In this segment, Wilson reports on the latest developments on the cutting edge in psychology like researchers at Johns Hopskin's who study the effects of magic mushrooms. Then comedien Missy Baker explains how people with low self-esteem can be alone and still have fun, even on Valentine's Day.
Correspondent Anthony Fazio interviews random New Yorkers about Paul McCartney's decision to stop smoking pot. Find out if they've ever heard of Paul McCartney, or if they even speak English.
Hear how correspondent Ben Milam celebrated the life of Whitney Houston. Did it involve wearing women's clothes in New Orleans' French Quarter? Then Hulk Hogan calls to defend himself against accusations that he is gay. Yes, he made sweet love to the Ultimate Warrior, but beyond that, according to Mr. Hogan, it's all rumor and innuendo.
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