On this week's episode the crew talks about Hurricane Ida hitting NYC and Rachel recaps her son DJ's first day of school.
On this season's first Bochinche Bites, Jaime takes a bite out of Britney Spears getting engaged, a Scottish singer wanting over-40s to be banned from nightclubs, and a 34-year-old jar of Vicks’ VapoRub becoming a viral hit.
On this season's first Frankspiracy News, Frank explains how Google & Facebook have “Digital Voodoo Dolls” of us all.
NY LATINO FILM FESTIVAL SPECIAL
In this very special episode, the LOL crew dedicate a whole episode to this year's NY Latino Film Festival. We have interviews with the head of the festival Calixto Chinchilla, director of a film accepted into the festival ("Superblocked") Romel Rodriguez and actor Manny Perez who has a film in the festival he directed and starred in ("La Soga 2"). Listen to the episode and check out the festival on September 14-19 (nylatinofilmfestival.com)
SUMMER IS OVER
The LOL crew has returned from their summer break and Rachel and Frank list off all the events they hit up in July and August. The crew also highlights National Hispanic Heritage Month which kicks off in September and shares how important celebrating our culture is to us.
For our last interview in our Summer Interview Series, the LOL crew talks to actress Laura Gómez about her Sonoros podcast, "Baraja Eso." Laura also tells us some stories about life on the set of "Orange is the New Black" and how her character's journey on the show really became inspirational to viewers.
Best of Frankspiracy Season 9 - Part 2
A single episode devoted to the best of Frankspiracy segments was not enough. So sit back, relax, and let Frank scare the crap out of you with his unbelievable conspiracy stories.
About Latinos Out Loud
A weekly show with sketch comedians Rachel La Loca, Juan Bago, JFernz and Frank Nibbs that features improv bits, pranks, character segments, guest interviews and more. In this podcast listeners will hear a slew of voices, jokes on pop culture, personal and uplifting stories, and more from this group who’s natural chemistry is based on over 15 years of friendship. Packed with positivism and laughter, as well as interviewees who inspire, LOL is here to move Latinos forward, while making them laugh.