TakePart Live stops airing new episodes on Dec. 21, but fear not: Your favorite moments—including clips and digital extras—will live on right here.
Relive the political debates, engaging guest segments, and heated arguments with Meghan, Jacob, and Baratunde.
'TakePart Live' Top 10
'TPL' Top 10: Favorite Moments of 2014
Larry King Auto Tunes with T-Pain1:27
In This Country, Being Gay Makes You an Exile5:39
How to Eat Pot: Less Is More2:58
Teen Has No Regrets After Posting Auschwitz Selfie2:11
Fred Willard on Unsexy Siberian Sinkholes1:56
Vine Star Brandon Bowen Uses Humor to Combat Bullies2:08
Artificial Wombs Make Meghan McCain 'Violently Uncomfortable':58
Kermit the Frog Explains Why He Isn't Technically Married to Miss Piggy:55
How Using the N-Word Can 'Heal Wounds'9:21
UTK Freestyles About Voting, Aliens, and Jacob Soboroff2:03
It's been an eventful few months on this season of TakePart Live.
We tracked breaking news in Ferguson, Mo., followed the midterm elections, and interviewed socially conscious celebrities. We welcomed Baratunde Thurston as cohost. We learned that being gay could be fatal in Uganda. Author and USC law professor Jody Armour explained why using the N-word can be a healing experience. And in breaking Muppets news, Kermit the Frog revealed the reason he isn’t technically married to Miss Piggy.
Alas, all good things must come to an end. Before we say good-bye, check out some of our favorite segments of 2014.
TakePart.com has more on the issues covered in the Dec. 18 episode of TakePart Live:
Every Californian Needs to Save 290,000 Gallons of Water to End the Drought
U.S. to NYC: Ending Solitary Confinement of Teens Is Not Enough
5 Questions to Ask Now About Cuban-American Relations
Yes, Organic Farming Can Feed the World
These Maps Show Just How Fast California Has Slipped Into a Devastating Drought
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John Carlos Frey
35 minutes ago
So... people saw "Lucy" and we don't use that as shorthand for terrible movie the way we did for "Gigli"? When did we stop caring, u guys?