A re-airing of Norman's appearance on the Tavis Smiley podcast, Tavis Talks. The legendary television producer discusses the definitive chronicle documentary of his life, work, and achievements, Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You.
Actor and author Sean Penn sits down with Norman and Paul to talk about his new book "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff", and the journey it took to write it, writing satire in a time of satire, taking time away from the collaboration of filmmaking to work alone, and using bad reviews to work in his favor.
Director William Friedkin discusses his time with Sonny and Cher, the importance of "The People v Paul Crump", his upcoming documentary "The Devil and Father Amorth", and the present day concept of exorcism being based in fiction.
Actor Todd Grinnell joins the show to talk about the announcement of "One Day at a Time" being picked up for a third season, originally feeling like he wasn't right for the character of Schneider, finding sobriety when he moved to LA, and his humanitarian work with his company "This Bar Saves Lives".
Actress, singer, director Mary Kay Place sits down with Norman and Paul to talk about how she went from studio secretary to her big break on All in The Family, the origin of the character Loretta Haggers, growing up in a funny family, and how spirituality sustains her.
16-year-old "Wake Up to Politics" founder and editor-in-chief, Gabe Fleisher, joins the show to discuss the genesis of his non-partisan newsletter, publishing before going to school every morning, the potential for his generation to shape politics, and his journalistic ambitions.
The Palm restaurant owner Bruce Bozzi and Chris Brugler, founder of Chris Brugler catering, sit down with Norman and Paul to talk about the Bozzi family generations The Palm has seen, when Chris discovered his passion for cooking, his company being one of LA's premiere catering companies, the way The Palm has branched out to multiple locations and the intricacy of its management, and Bruce changing the landscape of the restaurant after coming out to his family.
Passion Pit lead singer Michael Angelakos joins Norman and Paul to talk about his studying of Norman's career, their both going to Emerson College, his bi-sexuality and his being bi-polar, using art to shield and expose yourself, his relationship with his former wife, and getting better with age.
The Middle creators Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline join Norman and Paul to talk about the show running 9 seasons, Norman's shows inspiring them, their long careers working together, going to "The University of Murphy Brown", Paul's role as Reverend Tim Tom on the show, and breaking the last story for their final episode.
Norman and Paul sit down with RuPaul to discuss the political correctness of words and titles, the etymology of "Drag", his mother as his strength, being a born entertainer, his background in musical theater, RuPaul's Drag Con seeing the future of acceptance and celebration, and his dream of opening a daytime disco.
Actress Katey Sagal sits down with Norman and Paul to talk about Norman's role in her life as her Godfather, her career really taking off with "Married with Children", working with her husband, and her music career. Plus, her and Paul play a song together!