Every week on "The Dinner Party Download" we bring in a fascinating culture figure to tell us what's new in their world and also to answer your etiquette questions This week, "Outlander" star Sam Hueghan takes on a dish envy dilemma and more.
Each week you send in your questions about how to behave, and here to answer them this time is Maria Bamford. She is one of the comedy world's most beloved and original voices, and is also, by the way, a master at using her voice. Maria's new project is a candy-colored, hilariously absurd, kind of, sort of semi-autobiographical series called "Lady Dynamite." It just premiered on Netflix.
Each week you send in your questions about how to behave, and here to answer them this time is Golden Globe nominated actor and author, Cameron Diaz. Among her many hit movies, "There's Something About Mary," "Being John Malkovich," and the "Charlie's Angels" franchise. She has just recently published her second book, called "The Longevity Book."
The talk show legend and "The Daily Show" Senior Correspondent join forces to tell you how to deal with competitive co-workers and personal space invaders.
Anderson Cooper has worked as reporter and anchor for CNN for 15 years. He also happens to be the son of one of the most interesting news subjects in the world -- designer Gloria Vanderbilt. Together they've written a new book called "The Rainbow Comes And Goes: A Mother And Son On Life, Love, And Loss." He shares what he's learned from their candid correspondence and expertly handles our audiences' etiquette woes.
For the last three years, Tatiana Maslany has starred as not one, not two, but nine-and-counting characters on the much-acclaimed BBC America series "Orphan Black" -- for which she earned an Emmy nomination. Tatiana gives us some insight on playing a small army of clones, reveals the bad hip-hop she's been listening to, and advises our listeners on what to do if they look just like Moby.
After talking to Rico and Brendan about her new stand-up special and married life, the comedian expertly guides our listeners through a few cringe-worthy problems.
Each week, you send in your questions about how to behave and here to answer them this week is writer Heather Havrilesky. She writes the popular advice column, Ask Polly and this year, she'll release her second book called, "How to be a Person in the World." Listen as she solves listener questions about family members prying into their love lives and hosts who insist you leave your shoes at the door.
The actor stuck around after his chat with Rico and Brendan to answer listeners' etiquette questions, and told us about the best wedding he's ever attended.
Each week, we bring in guests to tell our listeners how to behave and we got a lot of help for our live show. Jenny Slate, Jason Schwartzman, Lena Waithe, and Father John Misty all squeezed together onto our interview couch-of-honor to answer etiquette questions from our audience. From the perfect place to break up to why it's so annoying to be an adult, our guests covered it all with wisdom... and a little absurdity.