Join host Anna Faris, in an ongoing weekly experiment where she attempts to gain insights into the world by talking to celebrity guests and by giving out completely unqualified advice to callers, often with the help of much more qualified expert guests.
Meagan Good [Think Like A Man, Anchorman 2, Californication, Deception, Monster Hunter] talks with Anna about growing up in the industry, meeting her husband, waiting to have sex, dealing with press, childhood heroes, Betty Boop, her feature directorial debut If Not Now, When? and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by psychotherapist, co-host of the Dear Therapist podcast and New York Times bestselling author Lori Gottlieb who has some expert advice to offer listeners.
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Emerald Fennell & Carey Mulligan
Emerald Fennell [The Crown, Call the Midwife, The Danish Girl] and Carey Mulligan [Drive, Shame, The Great Gatsby, An Education] join Anna to talk about their new movie Promising Young Woman, playing empowering and/or despicable characters, The Crown, answering dumb questions on a press tour, being blonde and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by psychotherapist, New York Times bestselling author, advice columnist and co-host of the Dear Therapist podcast, Lori Gottlieb who offers some expert advice to listeners.
Clea DuVall [Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale, Carnivàle, Argo, But I’m a Cheerleader, The Faculty] joins Anna to talk about directing her new movie Happiest Season, fear of the ocean, the idea of community, collecting miniatures, VEEP, coming out in Hollywood and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by clinical sexologist, author and sex coach, Dr. Patti Britton who share her thoughts on commitment and sex.
Kaley Cuoco [The Big Bang Theory, The Flight Attendant] joins Anna to talk about horses, sex, not being funny, her love of television, the disappointment of birthdays, auditioning, meeting her husband, her new show The Flight Attendant (on HBO MAX) and more. Later in the episode Anna welcomes back clinical sexologist, author and sex coach Dr. Pattie Britton who shares her thoughts on porn, masturbation and threesomes.
Seth Green [Family Guy, Robot Chicken, Buffy The Vampire Slayer] joins Anna for their first real conversation after knowing each other for years. They talk about auditioning, the genesis of Robot Chicken, producing, actor versatility, why you can’t pretend to kidnap your celebrity friends on Twitter anymore, the massive waterslide Seth installed behind his house, and Star Wars. A lot of Star Wars. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by dating coach, matchmaker and founder of LEVEL connections, April Beyer to answer listener questions with some very qualified insight.
Joel McHale Returns
Joel McHale [The Soup, Community, Card Sharks, Ted, What’s Your Number?] joins Anna to talk about their shared childhood in Washington State, first loves, who Anna would play in the Tiger King movie, the greatest ice skating competition Joel has ever seen and more. Later in the episode Anna is joined again by psychologist, author, science writer and host of The Psychology Podcast, Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman.
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So far, so good.
ADVICE- Please be sure to stay away from politics. It would double your listener count.
Such a great variety of guests and topics! Anna is so sweet and funny. One of my favorite podcasts to listen to!
Used to be one of my favorites
I’ve been listening to this podcast for a while and I’m trying to adjust to the new format as I really like Anna. However, I wish there was more variety with the questions guests are asked. Thinking I may unsubscribe soon, sadly, as I’m just not as interested/eager to listen as I used to be.