Jul 3, 2013
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On The Verge with Mo Rocca and H. Jon Benjamin
Welcome to On The Verge, our little zeitgeist for the culture of now. We may be off celebrating our country’s independence with hamburgers, veggie burgers, hot dogs, and (we promise totally legal) fireworks… but before we go: Joshua sits down with journalist and satirist Mo Rocca (CBS News, The Daily Show, Wishbone) for an extended chat on his storied career, including a stint at Perfect 10 magazine. Also, Ross Miller sits down with H. Jon Benjamin about his famous voice (Archer, Bob’s Burgers) and his first initial. Before all that, just to get out of the studio, Nathan Cykiert tries to explain the New York’s Citi Bike program. Watch it — before the bike-to-citizen ratio reaches singularity. 

On The Verge with Mo Rocca and H. Jon Benjamin

Welcome to On The Verge, our little zeitgeist for the culture of now. We may be off celebrating our country’s independence with hamburgers, veggie burgers, hot dogs, and (we promise totally legal) fireworks… but before we go: Joshua sits down with journalist and satirist Mo Rocca (CBS News, The Daily Show, Wishbone) for an extended chat on his storied career, including a stint at Perfect 10 magazine. Also, Ross Miller sits down with H. Jon Benjamin about his famous voice (Archer, Bob’s Burgers) and his first initial. Before all that, just to get out of the studio, Nathan Cykiert tries to explain the New York’s Citi Bike program. Watch it — before the bike-to-citizen ratio reaches singularity. 

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