Season 1 - Aired: 10/05/2015 | Views: 0
Big Jay Oakerson sets up mild-mannered Keifer on a date with a woman named Julia and sees if sparks fly when they're challenged to write poems about each other.
Andy Daly reads a poem written by his character, a cowboy poet who is hypervigilant about monsters.
Colin Quinn chats about adapting his book "The Coloring Book" into a live one-man show.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio uses Jay Z lyrics to convey his feelings.
Tavis Smiley shares how Maya Angelou helped him rediscover his life's purpose when he was young.
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The comedians experience summer vacation from the perspective of a morose nine-year-old girl.
Shakespearean sonnets are beautiful in almost every context, even online dating.
Republican candidates square off in the Kansas and Kentucky primaries.
A religious spoken word artist from Alabama performs in a Christian-themed talent competition.
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