About the Show


On this week’s episode, comedian, actor, director David Cross talks about Arrested Development’s Tobias Funke and Alvin and the Chipmunks, Har Mar Superstar lays down his sweet soul sounds, and the two compete in the Wits Game Show: The R & B singer vs. the Slam Poet. You decide who’s who. Plus, a Pop Song Correspondence to Lorde and learn math with Tom Waits.

Episode Rundown

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Wits Game Show: ‘Slam Poet vs. R&B Singer’ with David Cross and Har Mar Superstar

Comedian David Cross and singer Har Mar Superstar (@harmarsuperstar) face off in the classic showdown – the slam poet versus the R&B singer. But who is who? They both rhyme, they both sing, they both have something to say about rotisserie chicken and Alan Alda.

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Har Mar Superstar performs ‘Lady You Shot Me’

Singer Har Mar Superstar (@harmarsuperstar) croons, dances, and shimmies his way into our hearts with this live performance of “Lady, You Shot Me”.

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The Guests


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David Cross is an actor, director, writer, and comedian. He co-created the groundbreaking sketch comedy show, Mr. Show with Bob & David, and starred on the Emmy-winning TV series Arrested Development.  He has acted in dozens of features, including Men in Black and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.  His new book is Hollywood Said No!

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Har Mar Superstar

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Acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Har Mar Superstar (aka Sean Tillmann) named his flamboyant alter ego after the Har Mar mall in suburban St. Paul, Minn., where he spent his youth watching movies and writing songs about passersby in the food court. "Har Mar Superstar used to be a different person," he says. "It used to be my excuse to get away with the more fantastic things in life. ... I guess the confidence I got from being Har Mar Superstar translated into my real life, so now we're one and the same." His latest record, the soulful Bye Bye 17, was released April 23 on Cult Records, with the single Prisoner having its world debut on The Current.