Margaret Cho gets in virtual bed with Nick and Megan to discuss tattoos and the importance of self care.
Demi Lovato gets in virtual bed with Nick and Megan to discuss the stories behind her favorite tattoos, forming lasting relationships with her co-stars during the “Disney High” era, and using quarantine as a time for self-reflection.
Sharon Stone gets in virtual bed with Nick and Megan to discuss cooking for her kids during the lockdown, what 25 years of activism have taught her about COVID-19 and things she’s done to try to feel better during these difficult times.
Kathryn Hahn gets in virtual bed to discuss the highs and lows of working in theatre, co-writing her children’s book My Wish For You with her daughter and the benefits of working with an intimacy coordinator on set.
Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen get in virtual bed to discuss home decoration, discovering musical talent and surprising each other in the best ways.
Rob Huebel gets in virtual bed with Nick and Megan to discuss birthday bits, paranormal activity and the prank that got him banned from Yankee Stadium.
Billy Porter gets in virtual bed with Nick and Megan to discuss his early days on Broadway with Megan, taking self care seriously later in life and creating a path of positive change for representation on Pose.
Filmmaker and author Miranda July (Me and You and Everyone We Know) gets in virtual bed with Nick and Megan to discuss adjusting to the lockdown, their favorite childhood books and other memorable artistic influences.
Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman have been a couple for 20 years – 138 years in Hollywood time – and in their brand new podcast they take listeners directly into their bed… because that’s where every episode is recorded – their bed. Cozying up with their famous friends, your favorite couple provide a funny, revealing, and very candid look into their relationship and life at large. In some episodes, they’ll even kick the guest out of bed and get extra personal in what some have called the most searing and rawly sexual conversations ever to burn their way through a voice recorder. Oh, yes. It’s that good. Join Megan and Nick for some serious pillow talk.
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