On the surface, LIES sounds like just another interview show. But host Sara Schaefer demands something different from her guests: everything they say has to be a lie. In a world over-saturated with confessional-style podcasts, LIES finally gives public figures a chance to reveal absolutely nothing...and perhaps everything at the same time.
Please, For the Love of God, Steal Mike Doughty's Music
In a 2,000-seat theater, with the likes of Beyonce and Justin Timberlake in attendance, singer-songwriter Mike Doughty sat down with Sara Schaefer for a special live episode.They discussed his recovery from a knitting addiction, who Dave Matthews wrote the line “hike up your skirt and show me your world” about, and why fans just need to pirate Mike’s music already.
Jared Logan Is the Next Johnny Depp
They had Thanksgiving dinner together. And according to "The Secret"—his religion—that’s enough to put comedian Jared Logan in the same class as Depp himself. In this week’s episode, Logan traces his rise from the farmlands of La Jolla, California, to his incredible success in the showbusiness dating scene.
Natalie Morales Had Voice Surgery to Sound Younger
Natalie Morales has come a long way from the sorority house. The Cuban actress, who at least sounds 29, just had her breakout role as “trader #2” in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, and she has some words of wisdom for all the young actresses out there: stay in your towns and don’t move to Los Angeles. Omaha is the next Hollywood.
Josie Long Plans on Staying Here Illegally
The British writer and comedian, known for her work on the BBC’s teen comedic drama Skins, is in the U.S., and she has big plans. On this week’s episode, Josie Long talks joining the mafia; making a Hangover-style film with the Middletons; forming a Kickstarter to get her face on Mt. Rushmore; and translating Walt Whitman into British English.
Rory Scovel Is Addicted to Drug Studies
The former theater major knows his Shakespeare, but he’s over it. Now he’s studying up on drugs. In this week’s episode, Rory Scovel looks back on the challenges of being raised by preteen parents, and admits to waking up every morning thinking about the apocalypse.
The Holy Trinity of YouTube Is Crazy Rich
Grace, Hannah and Mamrie, known as the Holy Trinity of YouTube, aren’t just fooling around on the Internet. They’re a veritable brand that millennials love. But that doesn’t mean they’re about to settle into a traditional path. In this episode, they explain why they’re blowing cash away with a leafblower and teaching young fans about boozing, then compare their naked bodies.