T Lo talk about Pride traditions, their book, how photography helped form queer identity, transgender representation and the Netflix documentary "Disclosure," and when we can expect the entertainment industry to open again.
From this week's "Gone With the Wind" controversy to J.K. Rowling's transphobia controversy to celebrities shooting yet another badly conceived but well-intentioned video about racism, T Lo tackle all the ways in which the culture is failing to rise to the current moment.
T Lo talk about their responsibilities during a time of protest and run down some of the recent controversies surrounding Meghan Markle, Lea Michele, and RuPaul - all of which intersected with the political winds of the moment.
T Lo talk about the history of rioting and civil unrest, the life of Larry Kramer, the Tatler drama with the Cambridges, Homecoming's second season, and the Drag Race zoom reunion.
T Lo debate the newest proposal to revamp the fashion industry and give their thoughts on the Alison Roman, Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo throwdown.
T Lo discuss the misguided wokeness of Ryan Murphy's "Hollywood" series, the completely unrecognizable third season of "Westworld," and the recent brouhaha surrounding Adele's weight loss.
T Lo look at recent attempts to provide pop culture in the midst of a pandemic, like the "Parks & Recreation" reunion, the Disney singalong, the Sondheim tribute, and the recent videoconferenced "Saturday Night Live" episodes, and ask, "Is this what the people want?"
Lo recap the final two episodes of "Making the Cut" and reveal why the show is a poor substitute for "Project Runway."
T Lo bat around the idea that pop culture and the fashion world will never be the same in a post-Corona world and recap the 7th and 8th episodes of "Making the Cut."
T Lo talk about the amazing costume design of "Schitt's Creek" and the less amazing fashion on "Making the Cut."