What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito is your source for untold stories and uncovered truths. Hosts Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia interview cultural influencers, bringing their warmth, humor, and a fresh perspective. They're talking about art, music, politics, sports and what's good!

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What's Good with Stretch & Bobbito is your source for untold stories and uncovered truths. Hosts Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia interview cultural influencers, bringing their warmth, humor, and a fresh perspective. They're talking about art, music, politics, sports and what's good!

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José Andrés

The world-renowned chef joins the hosts for a live taping of What's Good, to talk about immigrating to the U.S., humanitarian work through cooking, and why pineapples are better than steak.

José Andrés

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The actress and artist sit down for a live taping of What's Good to talk about the early days of hip-hop, and what it's like teaching singers to dance.

Eric Haze & Rosie Perez

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Hill Harper

Hill Harper is an author, activist and actor, who recently became a regular on ABC's drama "The Good Doctor". The hosts and Harper talk about justice in America, how playing a cop on TV informs his views on policing, and about playing ball with former president Barack Obama.

Hill Harper

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Franchesca Ramsey

Stretch and Bobbito talk to Franchesca Ramsey about the early days of YouTube, her new Comedy Central pilot, and what she's learned while hosting her own podcast.

Franchesca Ramsey

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Jose Parla

Artist Jose Parla joins the guys to talk about Cuba, taking graffiti seriously as an artform, and the joy of digging up old music.

Jose Parla

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Ana Navarro

The CNN commentator joins the guys to talk about life as a political refugee, winning shouting matches on cable news, and her patriotic love of peanut butter.

Ana Navarro

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Run The Jewels

El-P and Killer Mike talk to Stretch and Bobbito about how they turned slang into a slogan, homophobia in hip-hop, and the importance of cherishing shared humanity over political differences.

Run The Jewels

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Stevie Wonder

The one and only Stevie Wonder talks to Stretch, Bobbito and DJ Spinna about making music at Motown Records, pushing for the creation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and missing his friend Prince.

Stevie Wonder

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Regina King

Stretch & Bobbito sit down with the actor and director to talk about making the move from movies to TV, how growing up in LA informs her work, and partying in NYC.

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Linda Sarsour

The guys sit down with activist Linda Sarsour to talk protests, growing up in Brooklyn, and the radical act of speaking to your neighbors.

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