The Best Episodes Directed by Daniel Gray Longino
#1 - Episode 2
Who Is America? Season 1 - Episode 2
Erran Morad teaches Jason Spencer, a Republican state representative from Georgia, how to detect and repel terrorists. This includes taking pictures up a woman's burqua with a selfie stick, walking backwards while baring his buttocks, and yelling racial epithets. Gio Monaldo travels to Los Angeles to have Corinne Olympios endorse his charity that helps those infected with ebola in Africa. Olympios agrees to being photoshopped into a photo of aid workers and appearing on camera claiming that she had been in Africa personally helping with relief efforts. She also appears on camera endorsing a program to help fund the training of child soldiers. Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., PhD engages in a debate with Ted Koppel over the difference in attendance between the inauguration of President Obama and that of President Trump. Morad interviews former U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney who agrees to autograph Morad's waterboarding kit. Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello travels to Kingman, Arizona, where he gives a presentation to a town hall meeting of local people. He informs them of a potential financial investment in their community through the construction of the world's largest mosque outside of the Middle East.
#6 - Episode 1
Who Is America? Season 1 - Episode 1
Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., PhD interviews Senator Bernie Sanders. Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello interviews Jane Page Thompson, a South Carolina Republican delegate who cast her vote for Donald Trump during the 2016 Republican National Convention, and her husband Mark. Rick Sherman sits down with Christy, a fine art consultant in Laguna Beach, California, and attempts to convince her to sell his artwork. Erran Morad sits down with various conservatives including Philip Van Cleave, gun rights advocate and the president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, Larry Pratt, executive director emeritus for the lobbying group Gun Owners of America, Matt Gaetz, the current U.S. Representative for Florida's 1st congressional district, and Trent Lott, the former U.S. Senate Majority Leader from Mississippi, in order to convince them to support his proposal of arming children ages 3 to 16 in order to prevent school shootings. Morad produces a video featuring the aforementioned people he talked to, in addition to Dana Rohrabacher, Joe Wilson, and Joe Walsh. Each openly advocates for his proposal, with the exception of Gaetz.
#8 - Episode 7
Who Is America? Season 1 - Episode 7
Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., PhD interviews former congressman Barney Frank and discusses the veracity of the Donald Trump Access Hollywood tape and the pizzagate conspiracy theory, until Frank walks out. Erran Morad trains three men how to infiltrate Antifa. His methods include using knowledge of the television series Girls to gain the confidence of liberals, complimenting liberal men, learning information about lesbians, and insulting Donald Trump. Morad takes one of the men on a mission to a women's march in San Francisco where they are supposedly attempting to stop a liberal plan to develop diapers that turn babies transgender. The two of them pretend to be lesbians while walking around meeting various people at the march and tag certain ones with tracking devices. Morad has the man press a button on a tablet computer which supposedly kills one of the people they have tagged. In a mid-credits segment, Gio Monaldo meets with O. J. Simpson in a hotel room in Las Vegas where he attempts to remind his girlfriend of who Simpson is. After she leaves the room, Monaldo jokes with Simpson about killing her.
#9 - Episode 5
Who Is America? Season 1 - Episode 5
Rick Sherman goes to the Heart Nightclub in Miami, Florida and meets with nightclub promoter/DJ manager Jake Inphamous to discuss electronic dance music that Sherman has created while in prison. Two days later, Inphamous reaches back out to Sherman, now using the stage name DJ Solitary, and takes him to the SWAY Nightclub in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to debut his music. Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., PhD interviews former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. They discuss the president's stance on racial issues, Ruddick explains some of his conspiracy theories, and the president's attitudes towards women are explored. Gio Monaldo conducts a photoshoot with internet entrepreneur Mahbod Moghadam, one of the founders of Genius. Moghadam agrees to be photoshopped into pictures appearing to be feeding starving African children. OMGWhizzBoyOMG! discusses Antifa with Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke while they unbox Shopkins. Erran Morad meets with Youth Shooters of America founder Dan Roberts and teaches him how to survive terrorist attacks. His demonstrations include speaking at a high volume, throwing babies into trash cans to neutralize suicide bomber infants, and halting a beheading by biting an attacker on the penis, using a strap-on dildo to illustrate the technique.