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Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson -- described as hilarious and socially aware at the same time -- bring their hit comedy podcast to HBO for a series of hourlong specials. Each has a theme that is built around a main guest -- in "New York," for example, Jon Stewart shares memories of living in the city, and Jessica and Phoebe test his pizza knowledge -- plus showcases some of the ladies' favorite standup comics. Other guests include Uzo Aduba, Sarah Jessica Parker and Tituss Burgess. The shows are taped in front of a studio audience at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Phoebe and Jessica chat about fashion moments with actress Lupita Nyong'o, and the Queens challenge her to a braiding competition.
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Phoebe and Jessica discuss their fashion inspirations and are joined onstage by Uzo Aduba to talk about their nerdy obsessions; comics Naomi Ekperigin, Al Jackson and Gary Gulman.
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Jon Stewart joins the Queens to share early memories of living in New York; Phoebe and Jessica test Jon's pizza knowledge; comics Michelle Buteau, Mark Normand and Baron Vaughn.
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Phoebe shares her failed attempts to hook up with a famous celebrity; the Queens are joined onstage by Tituss Burgess, who talks about channeling Beyoncé; comics John Early, Jackie Kashian and Kevin Barnett.
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Phoebe and Jessica break down black hairstyles for Sarah Jessica Parker; comics Aparna Nancherla, Rhea Butcher and Sheng Wang.
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Jessica and Phoebe are joined onstage by Janet Mock, who talks about Ball Culture and her favorite music artists; hip-hop artist Lizzo teaches the Queens to play the flute.
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Donning regal gowns, Phoebe and Jessica share their latest luxury indulgences and are joined onstage by Keegan-Michael Key for a game of impressions.
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The Queens get nostalgic about their old-school favorites; Phoebe tests Jessica's friendship compatibility with actor Daniel Radcliffe.

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