TABLE FLIPPING WITH ALYSSA AND TAYLOR

Unscripted, unfiltered, unhinged takes on reality TV.

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ABOUT TABLE FLIPPING

Do you believe Teresa Giudice’s table flip is just as iconic as a Sopranos beatdown? Did you Kim-Kardashian-ugly-cry when Angela and Michael finally tied the knot on 90 Day? You’re not alone, the messy women of reality television have made us feel seen! Table Flipping is here to unpack the way women are portrayed on reality TV and gush about the characters, fashion choices and iconic blowups that occupy (probably) too much space in our brains.

Meet Your Hosts

Taylor Misiak

Taylor Misiak is originally from the Bay Area where she discovered a passion for acting at the young age of seven. From the Children’s Musical Theater of San Jose to graduating with a B.F.A. in Acting from Ithaca College in New York, Misiak has never stopped performing. Now based in Los Angeles, her recent acting credits include the series regular role of “Ally” on FXX’s DAVE, guest starring on Netflix’s American Vandal and a recurring co-star role on NBC’s I Feel Bad. Misiak previously co-starred in The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and NBC’s About a Boy. She starred in Lil Dicky’s “Pillow Talking” music video alongside Dave Burd and John C. Reilly. In addition to obsessing over all things reality TV – Taylor is an annoying “dog mom”, a sports fan, and book worm (do people still say book worm anymore?). 

Alyssa Litman

Alyssa Litman is a comedy writer and reality tv aficionado. She was born and raised in Los Angeles and feels pretty cold most of the time. As a teenager, she couldn’t figure out what she wanted to do with her life, so her mother took her to a crystal healer in the valley who said she would become a “storyteller”. Even though that was probably bullshit, it made her realize she would never get the nose job she needed to be an actress so she started writing instead (plus she was bad at acting). Alyssa has worked on numerous television shows including FOX’s The Mick, The Grinder, NBC’s I Feel Bad, and a few others that were great, but cancelled after one season. She’s developed with Kenya Barris, Gabrielle Union and Sharon Horgan. Her most important accomplishment is organically getting in the background of a Vanderpump Rules scene between Lisa and Jax. 

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