Latinos Out Loud is a weekly podcast hosted by sketch comedians Rachel "La Loca" Strauss-Muniz, Michael "Juan Bago" Diaz, Jaime "JFernz" Fernandez and resident conspiracy theorist, Frank Nibbs. Each episode presents listeners with a slew of funny voices, jokes on everything from our personal lives to pop culture, uplifting an empowering stories, and more from this group who’s natural chemistry is based on over 15 years of friendship. Packed with positivity and laughter, LOL is here to move Latinos forward, while making everyJUAN laugh
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On Episode 5 of the new season on ReVolver, Rachel La Loca recounts her monologue shared at a recent improv show at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade theatre, and chats it up on the motivation her female cast mates of an upcoming Valentine’s Day variety show found in her “She-Loft”. Juan Bago explains why he is on his “suit and tie sh*t” for this week’s show.
(11:15) Jaime’s “Bochinche Bites” recaps the best Grammy moments, news about a “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood” reboot and a “Ratino” (Latino rat) taking a bath.
(25:42) The “Loca List” runs down the top five classic TV shows that should be remade with a Latino twist
(29:37) “Frankspiracy News” reports on “Spermageddon”, and how the human race will eventually be infertile in fifty years.
(35:58) This week’s special guest is Executive Producer of the Netflix sitcom, “One Day at a Time”, Gloria Calderon-Kellet, who eloquently walks us through her journey from displaced actor to poised Latina writer which put her on the path to executive producing in Hollywood today, working alongside TV legends like, Norman Lear and Rita Moreno.
Tickets to “Crazy. Sexy. Cruel. An Un-Valentine’s Day Variety Show”. February 10th at the People’s Improv Theatre