Filmed February 23, 2018, aboard the USS Hornet, comedian Iliza Shlesinger brings an ‘elder millennial’ perspective to her audience. Recently engaged, she dives into undeniable truths about life at age 35. Looking back at the insanity of the road traveled and what’s to come, Iliza talks first apartments, a woman’s inner she dragon, peacock mating calls, and her newfound urge to squeeze a chubby baby leg.
Comic Iliza Shlesinger hosts this late-night talk show that features episodes that revolve around particular themes, in the form of a question that Iliza tries to answer. She uses audience interaction, field pieces, commentary and — what she’s best known for — jokes to help her find the answers she seeks. The weekly series focuses on discussing the sociopolitical issues of the day, whether they involve necessary discussions or more inane topics.
Smart and brazen comedian Iliza Shlesinger shares her unflinchingly honest observations on the differences between men and women. Filled with hashtag-able catch phrases, this is a laugh-out-loud revelation exposing some of women’s best kept – and ugliest – secrets, including truths about first date attire, fantasy break-ups and the tireless pursuit of not being cold while still looking hot.
Her innocent appearance is just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger’s acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in “War Paint,” her first stand-up special.
Pauly Shore’s name conjures images of Bio-Dome and Encino Man, but there’s more to his laid-back persona than meets the eye. Raised by the owners of Sunset Strip’s renowned comedy landmark, “The Comedy Store,” Pauly Shore takes the audience through his unique past. Can you imagine having Sam Kinison as your baby sitter? How about Andrew Dice Clay dating your sister? Several of Shore’s friends round out the show: Iliza Shlesinger (“Last Comic Standing” winner); Steve Rannazzisi (“The League”), ‘Comedy Store’ legend (and Sam Kinison’s best friend) Carl LaBove, and of course Pauly’s best friend and father Sammy Shore who takes full responsibility for introducing Pauly to comedy.