Time to spread the love of sci-fi on a brand new episode of Go
Frak Fact Yourself!
Lisa Loeb is a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, who writes and performs music for both children and grown-ups. She often has concerts catering to both of her target audiences on the same day, but she’ll tell us how her music for kids is often the most popular song for adults! Plus: how her fandom of the character Hello Kitty led to some great opportunities. You can hear Lisa every day on her Sirius XM radio show, “Stay With Lisa Loeb.”
Reggie Watts is a comedian, actor and musician. He just wrapped up an eight-year stint as the band leader on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” It’s a job that he really enjoyed, but he’ll explain why he made a point to stop coming to rehearsals. Reggie will also tell us about being a contestant on “Jeopardy!” and why he was more familiar with a famous parody version of the show prior to his appearance on the real thing. Reggie’s book, Great Falls: MT: Fast Times, Post-Punk Weirdos, and a Tale of Coming Home Again, is available for preorder now.
Areas of expertise
Lisa: “Rupaul’s Drag Race” (but not good with names). Strength training. Peanut butter.
Reggie: Model railroading, The TV show “Battlestar Galactica.” Butt rock.
What’s the difference: Sing for your Supper
What’s the difference between a song and a ballad?
What’s the difference between supper and dinner?
Appearing in this episode:
With guests experts
Val & Zach Fishbain: co-founders of the Los Angeles-based peanut butter company Spread The Love.
Katee Sackhoff: actor who portrayed the character Kara “Starbuck” Thrace on “Battlestar Galactica.”
Theme Song by Jonathan Green.
Maximum Fun’s Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.
Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.
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