On today's show:
Carrie Brownstein adds an extra hyphen to her job description
(Starts at 9:18)
The co-creator, co-writer and co-star of "Portlandia" has an Emmy nomination for directing the "Riot Spray" episode from the final season of the series. She talks with The Frame host John Horn about directing and about the end of the series.
The real 'Blackkklansman' and the actor who plays him
(Starts at 1:18)
Ron Stallworth joined the Colorado Springs Police Department in the early 1970s, becoming the force's first ever black police officer and detective. While he was gathering information on subversive groups, he came across a classified ad for a new chapter of the KKK in Colorado Springs and got an idea — he would secretly join their ranks. Spike Lee's new film 'BlacKkKlansman' tells the amazing story. Actor John David Washington plays Stallworth in the film. The two recently spoke with The Frame.
Are you ready for Sam Buck's country?
(Starts at 20:17)
The singer-songwriter contrasts '90s pop country with personal anecdotes of queer identity. The L.A.-based musician and painter has released his first EP, “Borderline," and also hosts an LGBTQ-friendly country revue and line dance. But during the day, he makes his living as a house cleaner.