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Peter Jacobsen of Vermont CARES, DJ Rob Douglas, and Reggie Condra

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Reggie Condra stops by the queens' studio to discuss their upcoming comedy set at LGBTQLOL—a monthly queer comedy set at the Vermont Comedy Club in Burlington. The queens chat with Reggie about what it takes to get going in the local comedy scene as well as the recent events regarding Kathy Griffin and President Trump and how comedy can sometimes cross the line . . . or not.

Hey Mr. DJ . . . put a record on—I wanna dance with my baby! Then, one of the queens' favorite DJs, Rob Douglas, stops by to share their musical inspirations, favorite pop divas, Janet's mysterious baby, and what it will take to get a drag queen behind the decks!

Finally, we hop in the new mobile HIV testing van and ride the Road to Zero! That's right—Vermont CARES Executive Director Peter Jacobsen informs Emoji & Nikki on the organization's campaign to end new HIV/AIDS diagnoses in the state. Peter speaks out about prevention, testing, and education.

And of course, the queens share their personal recipes for concocting the latest internet meme craze, covfefe, courtesy of Trump's infamous tweet.

Produced with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

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Original Airdate: 
Tuesday, June 6, 2017

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