Todd Glass has been a comic for 30 years but he’s only been out of the closet for about two. He’ll talk to Jesse about why he waited until his late 40s to come out. Todd Glass has a new book out -- it’s called The Todd Glass Situation. Then later, Jesse talks to Raffi. He wanted to be the next James Taylor, but he was about to give up. Then, he made a kids album with his wife, and the rest is history. Plus, the writer Ariel Schrag tells you about why she wants to start working a little bit of magic into her writing about everyday stuff. Lastly, Jesse tells you about the Van Morrison album that was recorded out of pure spite. Show notes
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Daily Show correspondent Larry Wilmore's piece on celebrating revisionist history comes on the heels of Louis CK's recent appearance on Jay Leno talking about distorting facts about slavery, white privilege and American history.
Party Down star Adam Scott hasn't been short of work since the series (sadly) ended after only one season; he's in talks to be a part of Seth MacFarlane's new film "Ted", and now he'll be co-producing a sitcom for NBC called My Son Gomez, about a "suave bachelor who ends up taking care of a young boy who’s got nowhere else to go."