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Sibling Envy Runs Amok On 'The Other Two'

Helene Yorke and Drew Tarver star in
Helene Yorke and Drew Tarver star in "The Other Two," a Comedy Central series created by former "Saturday Night Live" head writers Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider.
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On today's show:

Sarah Schneider and Chris Kelly Bring The Laughs

(Starts at 7:45)

What happens when you're approaching 30, struggling to become an actor (or just struggling in general) and your 13-year-old brother becomes Internet-famous overnight? That's the premise of the very funny Comedy Central series, "The Other Two," co-created and co-written by Sarah Schneider and Chris Kelly. The two met as writers on "Saturday Night Live" where they became the youngest co-head writers in SNL history. They spoke with The Frame about "The Other Two," a surprisingly heartfelt show about a family dealing with the absurdities of fame.

Is There Room For Another Music Streamer?

(Starts at :45)

TikTok is already a hugely popular app for watching videos. And now the China-based company is on the verge of launching a music streaming company to compete with Spotify and Apple. Does it have an advantage from already having a sizable audience in Asia? New York Times reporter John Herrman talks with John about the company's plans. 

Quentin Tarantino Recreates 1969 Hollywood

(Starts at 18:40)

Quentin Tarantino’s much-anticipated “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” had its world premiere tonight at the Cannes Film Festival. The early reviews are still coming in, and they’re mostly very positive. Several critics have praised Tarantino for the film’s recreations of 1969 Hollywood. To find out how the filmmakers captured Hollywood from 50 years ago, The Frame contributor Tim Grieving took a tour with location scout Richard Schuler and the film’s production designer, Barbara Ling.