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The Daily Show: Ears Edition

The Daily Show: Ears Edition

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2032 - Sloan Krosley on Grieving a Friend | Rex Chapman Talks Bouncing Back from Addiction
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  • 2032 - Sloan Krosley on Grieving a Friend | Rex Chapman Talks Bouncing Back from Addiction

    Michael Kosta sits with bestselling author, Sloane Krosley, to discuss her new book "Grief is for People," and how her book helps fill the gap in the lack of resources available to those who lost a friend. Also, former NBA player and "Owned" podcast host, Rex Chapman, talks about his memoir "It's Hard for Me to Live With Me." He shares his journey growing up as a basketball star, his battles with addiction, and how taking better care of his mental health helped him manage demons as he got older. 

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    Sun, 03 Mar 2024
  • 2031 - Jon Stewart Tackles Israel - Palestine & Michael Kosta On Biden's Ice Cream Shop Press Conference

    Jon Stewart covers the war in Gaza and suggests possible solutions to end the conflict. Plus, Michael Kosta gives us the scoop on Biden discussing a ceasefire in Gaza from the comfort of an ice cream parlor, CPAC's concert to celebrate Trump "winning" the 2020 election, and he and Ronny Chieng discuss Wendy's new surge pricing model.

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    Sat, 02 Mar 2024
  • 2030 - Trump's SCOTUS Immunity Play & GOP Walks Back IVF Stance | Rex Chapman

    Michael Kosta dives into the uncertainty of IVF following an Alabama Supreme Court ruling and a proposed FDA plan to label “healthy foods.” Also, Desi Lydic joins to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to delay ruling on Trump’s immunity –– which is totally not politically motivated or anything. Dulcé Sloan stops by and dubs February 29 as “Black Women’s History Day,” a time to honor Black female history makers like Dr. Shirley Jackson, Kamala Harris, Lisa Leslie, and her own mom. Plus, former NBA player and “Owned” podcast host Rex Chapman sits down with Michael to discuss his new memoir “It’s Hard for Me to Live With Me,” which covers his time as a basketball star, his relationship with his father, and the road to recovery from addiction. He also shares his advice for young athletes and those struggling with addiction.

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    Fri, 01 Mar 2024
  • 2029 - Michigan Dems Protest Vote & SCOTUS Tackles Bump Stock Ban | Sloane Crosley

    Michael Kosta dives into the Supreme Court’s debate on whether bump stocks should be included in a machine gun ban, a lackluster Willy Wonka experience in Glasgow, and Joe Biden’s shocking performance in the Michigan primary. Plus, Jordan Klepper joins to offer up an additional Michigander point of view. The US Government’s Chief Neurologist, Dr. Dennis Lowry Stein (Troy Iwata), brings us behind the scenes on how he evaluates the mental fitness of America’s aging leaders, like Trump, Biden, Pelosi, and McConnell. Also, bestselling author Sloane Crosley sits down with Michael Kosta to discuss her latest book about grief, after suffering the loss of a close friend to suicide. They examine the lack of resources for grieving a friend, interpreting grim events through a lens of laughter, and fond memories of a long impactful friendship.

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    Thu, 29 Feb 2024
  • 2028 - Michael Kosta Covers Biden Talking Ceasefire Over Ice Cream & CPAC's Panels Sound Insane | Kwame Alexander

    Michael Kosta has the scoop on Biden’s ice cream shop press conference on Gaza, and why this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference felt like the worst rock concert ever. Plus, Ronny Chieng places his bets on Baconators after Wendy’s announces new surge pricing. Championing liberal ideas, conservative ideas, and every conspiracy theory known to man, Robert F. Kennedy is still somehow the strangest candidate running for president. But how did he get here? This is the DailyShowography of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Also, bestselling author and Emmy-winning producer Kwame Alexander stops by to talk about his latest anthology of Black poets, called “This Is the Honey,” and how it is a way for any reader to explore the love and triumphs of a Black experience, not just tragedy. Alexander also gives Michael Kosta advice for raising daughters and reads a poem from his memoir, “Why Fathers Cry at Night.”

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    Wed, 28 Feb 2024
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