Society & Culture:Personal Journals
The show starts on an upbeat tone and then drifts to the hard-hitting issues of the day, gun control and race relations. Barry talks about being a surprise role model to kids whose lives are nothing like his childhood. LaToya shares a secret about being of a lighter hue. While there are some uplifting elements, including Barry’s Yoo-hoo obsession, this episode puts it all out there.
Feed The Birds: 7-Year Itch
The Con Crud: Cat Lady Porn
Ready or Not: The Death of Voldemort
Ode to No. 4: Angry Birds Urinal
The Cost of a Crown: Canseco Jenner Conundrum
Mormon Love Island: The Moral Dilemma
Why Is There Only One Plush Thing On One Ear?
Down and Dirrty: Train Wreck TV
Automagically: That’s Not My Name
BaToya: Making America Great Again!
They Do Exist
A Dreary Time
I Have a Horse In My Throat
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
One Star Reviews
They Still Have a Show?
LaToya, I Hope You Don't Die
Barry's Black Dentist
This American Life
Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
The Anthropocene Reviewed
This is Love
Jim Harold's Campfire
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