Ilfenesh Hadera: Spike Lee Alum And DJ School Dropout
Ilfenesh Hadera, from the 2017 reboots of Baywatch and She's Gotta Have It , chats about growing up in Harlem, working with Spike Lee, and her new Epix series, Godfather Of Harlem . Then, this DJ school dropout plays a game about hip-hop samples. Plus, contestants play games about old-timey inventions and cheese, and the beloved Fact ag is back!
Retta: Tweet Yo' Self
Actor Retta reflects on trading her career in chemistry for one in comedy, her "crazy" audition for the role of Donna on Parks And Recreation , and what she loves about portraying a fully realized character on Good Girls . Then, she revisits some old TV-centric reaction tweets in a game about shows she used to watch. This episode originally aired on April 19, 2019.
Julio Torres: My Favorite Espooky
SNL writer Julio Torres explains the inspiration behind his bilingual series, HBO's Los Espookys, and the El Salvador-meets-New York connection of his comedy special, My Favorite Shapes , which involves strange objects on a conveyor belt. Then, he's challenged to a game where Greek gods are cast as contestants on The Bachelor .
Greta Lee And Leslye Headland: Valley Of The Russian Dolls
Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland and actor Greta Lee discuss sex scene storyboards, wackadoodle costumes, and their interpretation of the Netflix series' deeper meaning. This episode originally aired April 5, 2019.
Antoni Porowski: Queer Eye For The Quiz Guy
Food and wine expert for Netflix's Queer Eye , Antoni Porowski talks about his upcoming cookbook and the twists and turns he's taken in his career. Then, he plays a game about corgis, and is given a choice to play a game about guacamole or a game about books. Which does he choose? Plus, guest musician Julian Velard leads a music parody reworking Neil Diamond hits to make them about real people with Broadway musicals based on them.