you're doing a show with mindy kaling >> oh, yeah. now i'm supposed to not forget the name of it because they just told me today. >> seth: "never have i ever. >> thank you >> seth: you're welcome. [ laughter ] >> i had it in my pocket but then - >> seth: yeah, i know. they told me once backstage and i remembered [ laughter ] >> well, you -- you're younger than i am. >> seth: i am. that's true. >> but this is, i mean, who would have thought >> seth: yeah. >> for me. i'm the narrator of this -- a series that's coming netflix in 2020 apparently - [ cheers and applause yeah, thank you. apparently -- mindy kaling's awesome, obviously >> seth: yeah. [ cheers ] >> you know, we know -- her -- but her parents were big tennis fans >> seth: uh-huh. >> growing up in india >> seth: yeah. >> and so they used to watch me play, you know, way back when, when the guy -- that guy borg, and connors and others >> seth: yeah. >> so all of a sudden i get this call and eventually meet mindy and say, "would you like to be the narrator of this series? i say, "
steve: lisa whelchel, mindy cohn, nancy mckeen reuniting for the lifetime version, you light up my christmas. ainsley: about a woman who reignites christmas cheer in her hometown. the film comes out december 1st. brian: i sense a happy ending. ainsley: i was going to say, sounds like a lifetime movie. says lifetime at the top. steve: the facts of lifetime. brian: new documentary out this week examines the issue of free speech and dangers of pc culture across college campuses in america. >> pretty much everywhere else, cops can come to your house, arrest you for a rant, a complaint, or making a joke. the only reason they can't do it here because we have the first amendment. brian: that's right. steve: joining us the man behind the film, radio talk show host, founder of prageru, dennis prager. good morning to you. >> thanks for having me. steve: talking about freedom of speech. no safe spaces but you go to america's college campuses these days, the narrative, everyone of them has a safe space. >> that's how we got the title. every, not every, that's too overstated almost every college campus,
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