38 Min Released May 30, 2018

A History of Mischief: Malcolm Gladwell on Storytelling

Producer Jacob Smith sits down with best-selling author and "Revisionist History" host Malcolm Gladwell to talk about his signature approach to storytelling, finding ideal interview subjects, eggplant parmesan pancakes, and much more. PLUS: Sam's friend Nick discovers the meaning of life on this week's installment of "Wild Card Wednesday."

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