It’s Thursday, and once again Brandon and Sophia are in studio. Today, they’re joined by Jacob Hopkins, who voices Gumball Watterson on “The Amazing World of Gumball.” This kid does it all, as he discusses his school life and career. He’s got big things ahead for him!
For the season finale, Chelsea and Isabella take a little trip around the Meditteranean and sample some fabulous cuisines.
It’s the last show of the season which means Tommy and Grace bring their A-Game! The two dicusss Drake dropping his new album, “Views” and they play a riveting round of Lip Sync Battle. Plus, actor Ben Patterson joins them in the studio as they discuss one of his most memorable moments from early on in his acting career.
Special guests Ken Jarvis and Jensen McRae dissect the impact of Beyonce’s visual album/HBO film “Lemonade”
Guest Host Nys Trejo leads a discussion about fitness fads in 2016, talking Soul Cycle, Crossfit, juice cleanses and more.
Catherine Cropp (Showrunner of CU@USC) shares her experiences working as the Executive Producer of CU@USC.
Painter and gallery curator Devin Johnson joins the panel to discuss what it’s like to pursue artistic success as a young person in Los Angeles. This episode features a special segment created by Devin’s brother, Associate Producer Chase Johnson, about their artistic scene in Downtown L.A.
Special guest Dr. Robert Banks of USC Annenberg joins the show to talk about the United States’ foreign service branches and how they conduct public diplomacy overseas.
Nisha Kale, Anshika Niraj and Dr. Roger George of Occidental College discuss how President Obama’s legacy will unfold throughout the coming years with a special focus on his policies towards national security and surveillance.
Only two more shows left in the semester! Brandon and Sophia are back for their last episode, and they’re joined by M.J. Dougherty, a first-time author, to discuss the release of his new book, “Life Lessons from a Total Failure: A Journey from Failure to Fulfillment.”
Following AMC’s quickly-reversed move to allow texting in theatres, the panel discusses film exhibition in 2016 and debates the importance of seeing movies in the theatre.
Nyallah Noah, Camilo Urdaneta and Austin James join the panel to discuss the life and legacy of legendary musician Prince. May he rest in peace!