A revolutionary podcast with creative revolutionaries, Tim McKernan and Greg Nussen, who interview other creative revolutionaries. Their podcast was rejected by NPR, but they decided their brilliance could not be tamed. Here is that podcast.
Joshua David McKenney
This week, Tim and Greg speak with Joshua David McKenney, celebrated artist, designer, sculptor, doll-maker and creator of Pidgin Doll.
**We are aware of the audio problems with Greg's track during the interview with J. David. Apologies. Please don't send us hate mail.**
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Byron Lane, Again
This week, Tim and Greg welcome BACK the celebrated playwright, actor and first two-time guest Byron Lane.
Mr. Lane talks about his debut novel, A Star Is Bored (out now), what it was like to be a long-time assistant for the late Carrie Fisher, dealing with cancer at the same time he deals with unprecedented career success, and the incredibly cute way he proposed to his boyfriend.
You can support Moron That Later on Patreon. Follow Tim on all social platforms @thetimmckernan. You can read Greg's latest article on Bright Lights Film Journal, or follow him @gregnussen.
Roger Q Mason
This week, Tim and Greg speak with playwright, actor and activist Roger Q Mason. Mason talks about their identity as a Black, Filipinx gender non-conforming queer artist of color, their extensive education both in and out of the classroom, and how their play Lavender Men hopes to reimagine Abraham Lincoln as a queer icon.
This week, please join Tim and Greg in giving to Groundswell Fund.
You can also support us at patreon.com/moronthatlater
You can find more about Roger's work at www.rogerqmason.com
This week, Tim and Greg speak with celebrated actor, comedian and tefillin appreciator Jon Rudnitsky.
Jon talks about his pandemic routines, his time on Saturday Night Live, and why he appreciates us so much.
In lieu of supporting us on Patreon this week, we're asking listeners to support Black Lives Matter here: www.blmala.org or your local bail fund.
This week, Tim and Greg speak with celebrated actor, activist, comedian and desert dweller, Travis Coles.
Travis talks about the strange mystery behind his online bio, his international upbringing, and why he loves us.
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Thanks for listening.
LIVE on the Lyric Hyperion Instagram
This week, Tim and Greg triumphantly reboot the podcast by chatting with each other.
This episode was originally recorded as a live episode on the Lyric Hyperion's Instagram page.
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We're back next Wednesday.
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We don't deserve this podcast
Tim and Greg are two of the greatest minds in entertainment and health and human thinking sense Adam and Eve. We are blessed to receive their wisdom and banter. Good show. Good show.
I hate writing reviews
But this podcast is too good not too!!! Tim is SO funny and has such great insight
Thanks for the laughs!
These guys have a really funny show on their hands. Not sure if they read these, but keep it up! You’ve made a fan out of me! Awesome guests also. I’d listen to 1,000 of these.