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Lee Camp and Adam McKay on Social Criticisms and Government Corruption

This week on VIP Lee Camp looks back to a 2016 interview with the director of the Netflix smash-hit “Don’t Look Up.” Adam McKay is responsible for brilliant social criticisms in movies like “The Big Short” that took on the 2008 financial crisis and a satire of corporate media in “Anchorman.” His latest movie skewers inaction in the face of climate change. It’s funny how this half-decade old conversation between comedians is still relevant today as climate change, inequality, and media corruption continue unchallenged.

<strong>Lee Camp</strong>
Lee Camp

Lee Camp is the host of the hit comedy news show “Redacted Tonight.” His new book “Bullet Points and Punch Lines” is available at and his stand-up comedy special can be streamed for free at

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