Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are the definition of opposites attract, and together they have one unique family. On their new podcast, they're having real conversations about issues that matter. All to help inspire positive dialogue in the world. Together with friends, specialists, authors and doctors , they'll discuss relationships, marriage, parenting and more to help us listen and learn about each other. Because What's One More of the thing you love most in this world, be it family, friends, meals, or anything that you cherish, when you're trying to motivate the world to accept one another.
What's One More Meme With Tank and Jessica Sinatra
Tank Sinatra (aka George Resch) is a meme master. You may not know his name, but you definitely know his work. Some would argue he's the creator of the modern meme. It wouldn't be a stretch to say if you came across a meme that made you chuckle or LOL, it's one of his. He launched his Instagram account back in 2015, and since then, he is one of the most popular meme accounts on the platform. Tank also curates the accounts @influencersinthewild and @tanksgoodnews.
Tank is joined by his wife, esthetician Jessica Resch. They discuss marriage, relationships, their approach to parenting and how they balance it all. Plus, Tank reveals where his nickname came from and how he deals with online trolls.
What's One More Science Discussion with Neil deGrasse Tyson?
Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist, bestselling author, TV host, educator, and world class conversationalist. Neil is the director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Natural History in New York City and host of the successful podcast StarTalk. Get his new book Welcome to the Universe in 3D: A Visual Tour which comes out March 22nd.
Neil discusses everything from sci-fi movies to the big bang. He is a fan of free range parenting and talks about how kids can learn through simple home experiments. Plus, how all of us humans are more alike than we think, right down to the molecular level.
What's One More Nuanced Conversation with Adam Grant?
Adam Grant is an organizational psychologist at Wharton where he was the youngest tenured professor in the school's history at the age of 28. Adam is the host of the TED original podcast WorkLife and his TED Talks have been viewed over 25 million times. He is also the bestselling author of numerous books including 2021's Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know. If the pandemic has got you feeling meh about life, Adam's latest Ted Talk on languishing is out now and guides you through identifying and resolving this issue.
Today's episode goes through many topics. Adam gives his take on the benefits of working from home in a hybrid model and he explains how to have a more nuanced conversation with someone whom you may disagree with.
What's One More Identity Conversation With Dr. Alexandria West
Dr. Alexandria West is hard to define, and being hard to define is something that defines all of us, according to Dr. Alexandria West. Alexandria is a cultural psychologist and diversity scientist who works at Duke University’s Identity and Diversity Lab. She studies bicultural people and bicultural identity.
This is a far reaching episode that gets into so many important facets of how culture informs identity and how cultural identity informs American culture. Defining one's self is complicated but Alexandria's knowledge of culture can lead to more open minds and less judgement.
What's One More Parent Meltdown with Michelle Kenney
Michelle Kenney, M.Ed spent 12 years in public schools as a teacher and counselor before she became a Hand in Hand certified instructor in 2015. Hand in Hand is an organization that teaches the importance of being a calm and connected parent. Michelle also hosts the podcast "Peace and Parenting."
In this conversation, Michelle discusses why staying calm when your child is acting out is the key to being connected with your kid. She stresses the importance of making your child feel heard and safe. Plus, she dives into the physiology of our children's brains at a young age and how it's difficult for them to be reasonable or logical.
What's One More Moment to Embrace Life and Balance Family And Ambition With Mario and Courtney Lopez
Mario Lopez is often more busy than the stars he covers. He of course got his big break on "Saved by the Bell", but then parlayed his acting career into becoming a TV host for Extra and now Access Hollywood. Mario's wife Courtney was a Broadway actress who co-hosts their radio show, “On with Mario Lopez”.
This episode focuses on balancing careers with family and always making time for family. Plus, how the pandemic shaped that dynamic. Mario and Courtney discuss how they met, their three kids' relationship with social media, and how the Godfather inspired one of their kid's names.
Is this the end?
This last guest was the swan song to a barely tolerable podcast. Alec Baldwin has hopefully put aside his fragile ego and has accepted that his unethical thirsty wife cannot be shilled out anymore to the public. She can continue to pose ten times a day in her hallway in different outfits while her children are cared for by staff. The public has sent a clear message to these two. Stay home. Do selfie’s. Create narratives and stop trying to be bankable. The public will tell you when you can come back. Not a moment sooner.
Really? Has anyone been watching how either of these two parent their children? How does a woman who posts 50 or more selfies a day have time to teach, nurture, love, guide, and grow 6 children? The answer is that she doesn’t. The narcissism alone is harmful to these young minds. Hilary’s endless hair appointments, runs, exercising — where are her children during all this self-absorption? What are they learning about life and how to behave? We’re supposed to overlook Alec’s well-publicized explosive temper, homophobia, and racism and trust him with parenting advice? And now you expect people to take advice from either of these two on how to “be better?” And finally, they don’t have a “unique” family. They produced an unfortunate number of children in a very short span of time. That’s not unique. It’s selfish. No one can divide themselves adequately among 6 young, impressionable children and do it well. To imply otherwise is a disservice to parents everywhere. The fact that they employ untold numbers of staff to enable them to spout this nonsense is privilege at its most offensive. Try doing it alone and then tell us how it’s going.
When social media turns on you, there’s always a reason
These rich, entitled people spent half of this episode complaining about folks who post unfavorable comments on their very public, very thirsty, monetized pages. They call people who disagree with them “miserable” and “sick.” The Baldwins never acknowledge that their vapid brand was built on an enormous lie: that Hillary from Boston = Hilaria de España. They never acknowledge that Hillary posts 30-40 IG stories daily trying to fish for new sponsors because her old sponsors all dropped her when her grift was exposed. They never acknowledge the people of color they offended that want Hillary to be accountable for her lies and appropriation. I could care less that she posts hundreds of selfies in front of her hallway mirror. I am deeply, justifiably upset when she continues to talk about “her Spanish culture” because my culture is not a costume for a bored white lady to play with.