Transcript for Aisha Tyler is super busy during the pandemic
Since I got out of my coma, it's really been enlightening how you treat people you allegedly care about. How I treat people I care about? Yeah, you keep them far away from you. So you can do whatever what's best for you. I'm sorry -- You sent our daughter to the Swiss boarding school so you don't have to deal with you. I sent her to receive the best education in the world instead of waiting around for you to get out of a coma. I'm being punished because I chose to be in a coma for three years. Not everything is about you. That was a clip from the new season of the hit FXX comedy show "Archer." Here to tell us all about it, she's an award-winning director, actor, comedian, podcaster, and activist, I'm out of breath, the incredibly talented aisha Tyler, thank you so much for being with us. Congratulations. Because it's a belated birthday, but it was a big one -- the big 5-0 HP happy birthday to you. You look fabulous, but you're doing fabulous things during this quarantine. You were hard at work helping others. Tell us about it. Yeah, I mean, thank you first of all, so good to see you guys from way over here on the other coast. You know, I think like everybody, we were all stuck at home and not knowing when this thing would end, I wanted to find something to connect people, do something for charity. I've been doing these make a different classic cocktail, they make the drink with me and I focus on a different covid-related charity. Raising money for charities, from healthcare to delivering meals to people at home, to crisis relief, which is an ongoing need, and I have my own spirits company, I'm a female founder of color. Very few of us in the spirits industry. I really wanted to encourage people to learn more about people of color in the spirits industry. I love it. I want other people to be a part of it, too. You can learn more about my company on the internet. I'll be working with an organization working on making the hospitality industry, specifically restaurants more diverse, encouraging more women to get into the restaurant industry which has been very hard hit by covid. It's hard to follow that, aisha. I feel terrible now. All the drinks I had I didn't raise a single dollar for anybody. This could have been benefiting someone. Oh, goodness. We all have to soothe ourselves. You're the host of the improv show whose line is it anyway. You're vocal about an couraging women and women of color to be in comedy, to have these types of jobs, what are you doing to try and help bridge the massive gap that's there? You know, I think it's really important for people to see people who are like them. Diversity not being a monolith of people that are like you. But multitalented. For me it's really about encouraging other women. When I was on the talk, five women together, how did that work? Never said a that about five men together, who's the diva? So it's really important for me to encourage and amplify other women, their work and their voices, encourage them to get out there and take risks. Because diverse experiences and diverse stories make better shows and, you know, better entertainment. Like, we're all coming from a different place and we all need to be doing our thing. You're doing our thing, so many things right now, and of course with the show "Archer." Which I'm a huge, huge fan of, it was hard for me not to scream Lana. Anyone who watches the show understands what that's about. Thank you so much. Good to see you. Hope to see you again down the road. All right? Oh, it's so great talking with you guys. Thank you so much. Check out "Archer" Wednesdays at 10:00 P.M. On FXX. I mean, I feel like I need to
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