Sarah talks to SNL's Ego Nwodim about how her family pushed her towards a career in medicine, how she climbed the comedy ranks, the various jobs she had before getting her big break, some her favorite hosts and musical acts, and a pleasant surprise about her personal life.
Sarah chats with Mina Kimes, Mike, Golic, Jr., Elle Duncan, Adam Amin, and Dianna Russini about how they prepare for their various jobs. They share their daily routines, best practices, websites they consult, and sources they rely on.
Sarah talks to geneticist Adam Rutherford about why he's skeptical of the wave in online ancestry kits, how race is a social construct, how science is not great at providing narrative satisfaction, and other insights from his book, "How to Argue With a Racist"
Sarah talks to writer/show runner Mike Schur about how the Parks and Recreation reunion came about, the one, simple rule he has for working with others, how he almost ruined The Office by arguing against a plot point, how the industry has been affected by the pandemic and will be affected by the recent social unrest, and the passing of his father-in-law, Regis Philbin.
Sarah talks to actor/director James Roday Rodriguez about doing naked shows at NYU, how he chose his stage name, the cult success of Pysch, how and why he decided to go behind the camera and focus on directing, and then how the script of A Million Little Things made him get back to acting.
Sarah talks to Jessica Luther and Kavitha Davidson about their new book Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back, which explores dilemmas for fans like racist mascots, loving your team while hating its owner, gender violence, doping, and more.
Sarah talks to Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Brandy Clark about what it's like to collaborate with an artist on an album, the story behind "Follow Your Arrow" by Kasey Musgraves, how Jaws inspired one of her songs, how she grew up in a town of 900 people, and why she compares her career to ice-skating.
Sarah talks to Paralympic superstar Tatyana McFadden about how she's the only athlete to win the Boston, London, Chicago, and New York marathons in the same year (and she did it three times), the activism work she's been doing, being born into a Russian orphanage, and how she walked on her hands for the first six years of her life.