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If you woke up this morning to the faint sound of crying, it’s likely coming from our neighbors to the South. We’re right there crying with them.
As the US prepares for today’s inauguration of incoming president Donald Trump, comedians Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are pushing back with their groundbreaking combination of humor and social commentary.
Although the fourth season of Broad City isn’t slated to premiere until August 2017, Glazer and Jacobson returned to their alter-ego roles for a special edition of their online short series Hack Into Broad City.
Glazer and Jacobson have both kept busy shooting upcoming feature films in between seasons of Broad City, but that isn’t stopping the two actors from making a new video inspired by today’s inauguration.
In the clip below, Jacobson and Glazer are preparing for the doomsday that is Donald Trump’s first day in office. They’re low on supplies, low on lip hair, but high on support for one another and all women. Plus, Mariska Hargitay is nearby to protect them.
*This video contains language that may not be suitable for all audiences.
The Broad City creators are the latest in a long list of performers using their art to stand up to the incoming Trump administration. This week alone, new politically-charged music has popped up online from a number of artists, including Green Day, Arcade Fire, and Gorillaz, who dropped their first new single in six years yesterday with “Hallelujah Money.”
Earlier this week, Girls writer and creator Lena Dunham enlisted some of Hollywood’s biggest stars to help tell the history of Planned Parenthood. Meryl Streep, America Ferrera, Hari Nef, Mindy Kaling, Jennifer Lawrence, Sasheer Zamata, Andrew Rannells, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson, Constance Wu, and PP president Cecile Richards all lent their voices along with Dunham to help share the history and importance of Planned Parenthood, an organization Trump’s VP Mike Pence has been trying to shut down for years.