This week on Guys We Fucked, CORINNE FISHER (@PhilanthropyGal) and KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@KrystynaHutch), discuss the life and achievements of Civil Rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer, hear from a Fucker who is autistic and very much in love, and the gals reflect on a recent surprise party and getting back to business. Then the duo sits down with comedian LIZ MIELE (@lizmiele)! Liz gets real about her dad who picked her up from sleepovers at 6am and always has a tampon ready, being one of five kids, and the complexity of mental illness and less than perfect childhoods. Liz also reveals that she’s cried at every comedy club in NYC, recounts a tale of rage parallel parking, and discusses being kind to oneself and paying that kindness forward. Listen up!

Watch LIZ MIELE’s New Comedy Special “Self Help Me”:

Watch LIZ MIELE’s Comedy Special “Emotionally Exhausting”:

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Listen to LIZ MIELE’s Podcast w/ Maria Shehata “2 Non Doctors”:

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LISTEN TO KRYSYTNA’S SOLO PODCAST, The Voices In Our Heads every Wednesday on all podcast platforms!

LISTEN TO CORINNE'S PODCAST, WITHOUT A COUNTRY. Comedians and marginally educated correspondents Joe DeRosa and Corinne Fisher discuss/roast the most controversial news stories of the week using both conservative and liberal media sources and try to find a little sanity in the middle. *New episodes Tuesdays on GaS Digital Network and wide release Saturdays including YouTube.

CHECK OUT the Documentary Executive Produced by KRYSTYNA starring comedian WENDI STARLING “Funny Pains” at NOW STREAMING



THURSDAY Sept. 10 through SATURDAY Sept. 12 – 5 SHOWS IN TOTAL

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1. Elymie – “Golden”

2. Elymie – “What To Do (Sad Song)”

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