"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Difficult People" writer Emily Altman teaches us how to parlare Italiano, how to find a job in another country, how to deal with hard water, how to find Waldo (The Hidden Man), how to turn an old lady into a puppet, how to sit in your shit, and most importantly, how to properly order food at an Italian restaurant. Then we play a game of Fottere-Sposare-Uccidere (F-Marry-Kill) with famous Italians. Turns out we want to do all three to Wario!
College Humor writer and performer Siobhan Thompson teaches us how to be an actual archaeologist in England, how to speak in any British accent, how to sadly steal Tabasco sauce from Chipotle, how to work in casting, how to hate Piers Morgan, how to find the creepy guy in an improv class, how to nap without ruining your makeup, how to know the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and of course, how to find Richard III's bones. Then we play a game of "Real Indiana Jones." Was Shakespeare a hipster? I hopeth not.
Actor and comedian Griffin Newman (The Tick, Vinyl, Fort Tilden) teaches us how to play the video game Disney Infinity, how to be an out-of-shape superhero, how to grow up in New York City, how to start standup as a child, how to get cut from a M. Night Shyamalan movie, how to survive without a driver's license, how to ruin The Fantastic Four, how to appreciate The Phantom Menace, and how to collect toys as an adult. Plus we play a game of "Serious Acting," where Dweck gets to live her dream of working at the DMV.