31:10 | Oct 3rd
Jose Feliciano was the first artist to perform a personalized rendition of the National Anthem at the World Series, and it nearly destroyed his career. But was it an act of protest or of patriotism? Also, Aasif gets a private concert when Jose Felici...Show More
34:45 | Sep 26th
The Fonz was the breakout character on the sitcom Happy Days, and his leather jacket became a symbol of coolness itself. But why? And how did Henry Winkler turn The Fonz into an American icon? (Celeb interview: Henry Winkler) This episode is s...Show More
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28:54 | Oct 17th
Phyllis Diller was a 38-year old, practically homeless mother of five when she started her standup career. She was a trailblazer, using her jokes to open doors for all the women who would come after her. In a lucky break for history, she was also a c...Show More
34:40 | Oct 10th
The Ruby Slippers Judy Garland wore in The Wizard of Oz are one of the most popular items at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. So why is the pair on display mismatched? And what does the FBI have to do with it?
02:41 | Sep 9th
Prepare yourself to get Lost at the Smithsonian, with Aasif Mandvi, as he explores the little-known stories behind iconic pop culture artifacts at the National Museum of American History. Coming September 26th, 2019.