What would you ask long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad?
- Oct 20 '16
Larry: What's the biggest upside to fame?
Erin: I mean I don't really know yet. I'm not famous. But I think the upside to fame –
Larry: You have a famous name.
Erin: I think the upside to fame is having a platform to say whatever it is that you care to say whether that's a cause that is you're passionate about or it's a voice you want to bring to the table or, you know, women in comedy I think it's a really great time for women to be funny and feel attractive at the same time and be able to do it all. I feel like women used to feel like you had to be in a category of being hot and dumb and quiet or being loud and funny and ugly and now you get to be whatever you want to be and I think that's a really great time for us.
Larry: How do you view it, Sara?
Sara: Gosh, how could I say it any better than her.
Erin: Probably couldn't.
Sara: I probably couldn't.