Carlos & Lisa talk about cussing with linguistics professor Dr. Kenneth Luna. You can take Dr. Luna’s class at Cal State Northridge!
Carlos & Lisa tells stories about what their families used to do to "cure" ailments.
Carlos & Lisa discuss what is appropriate houseguests and what is not!
Carlos & Lisa discuss what happens when your body gets "hangry".
What makes people intelligent? There are some traits that really intelligent people have.
Carlos & Lisa discuss how offices can make you sick, depressed or even less productive.
Carlos drove across an active runway and Lisa forgot her name. What are some of the best and worst moments from your first jobs?
Carlos & Lisa talk about dining alone and eating less when you do. Do you think that's true?
Carlos & Lisa debate if kids should get an allowance and how much is too much?
Lisa is amped on this subject, traffic. We talk about how people are quitting their jobs because traffic to and from their office is so bad.
Carlos & Lisa discuss their favorite restaurants and best foodie cities.
Lisa may have discovered her new favorite workout, rage yoga. Apparently it's a real thing!
Carlos & Lisa talk to journalist Kim Fischer about sexism in broadcasting and how everyone can be a little nicer online.
Carlos & Lisa discuss how more and more people are working from home, and how you might be able to convince your boss it's a good idea for you too.
Carlos & Lisa talk about the most common dreams people have. Carlos' deals with the ocean and Lisa's deal with being chased!
Students are cheating by using websites where they can find other people internationally to write papers for them.
Carlos & Lisa discuss the realities of flying cars coming soon.
Carlos & Lisa get dressed up for Halloween as the Ringmaster of the circus and Steampunk!
Trick-or-treat memories with Carlos & Lisa.
Carlos & Lisa discuss how studies say overthinking can shorten your life span.
Carlos & Lisa talk about how many people really hide their purchases from their significant other. And as always, the conversation goes off the rails.
Connor Dean knows first hand what it's like to be bullied, so he took matters into his own hands to spread kindness online.
Kim Westfall and Beni Lup tell us how they got involved in Uncaged and how their mission is to help these women back into society after the trauma of trafficking.
If you love European pastries and coffee, you will be excited to hear a new Carrara Pastries is opening in Pasadena. But owner Massi Carrara hopes to expand as far and wide as possible.
Johana Hernandez grew up in a family of seamstresses. Her love of her craft and the art of making clothes led her to creating successful bridal line Glaudi. She now has a new store opening in Beverly Hills!
Are you doing too much for your adult kids? Plus we talk to a police expert on how departments are working on taking bias out of police work. Guests include Glaudi Fashion Designer Johana Hernandez, actor Connor Dean, Carrara Pastries' Massimiliano Carrara, and Uncaged.org's Kim Westfall and Beni Lup.
Yasmine Richard gives us some insight on the importance of making friends and maintaining friends after you have kids.
Alexa Jago started in acting and now produces and funds films with heart. She tells us how she got from London to Hollywood and her time now with BAFTA LA.