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Chelsea White checks out The Peoples Improv Theater, aka The PIT, to get the inside scoop on the improv school’s history and mission from founding member Ali Reza Farahnakian. She even faces her fears of going off-script and takes an improv class herself for the full experience. Music featured in this episode: "Wires" by Telekinesis // "Strange Love" by Winter Gloves // "Golden Facelift" by Broken Social Scene // "Whidbey" by Incan Abraham // "Candleholder" by Monomyth // "Dalai Lama Big Banana" by Dune Rats
BTRtv explores the skies over the far reaches of Brooklyn with aerial drone footage for your visual enjoyment, all set to the tune of “I Suppose I Should Say 'Thanks' Or Some Shit” by Gold Panda. The BeBop drone used in this video was provided by Parrot.
Relationships often don’t quite get the closure they deserve, but what if you could go back in time and do things a little differently? For "Nostalgia Week" at BTRtoday, Zach Schepis and Anna Bashkova ask strangers in NYC about what they wish they had said to their exes. For more on this topic, check out this week's Third Eye Weekly. Music featured in this episode: “Sweatpants” by Childish Gambino
If you suddenly lost your home and could settle anywhere with no strings attached, where in the world would you choose to live? For "Home Week" at BTRtoday, Zach Schepis and Lisa Autz ask people in New York City about where in the world they would journey to if they could start all over again. For more on this topic, check out this week's Third Eye Weekly. Music featured in this episode: “Pilot Light” by The Love Language
In this edition of 1st Person, Joshua describes what it was like to visit China. He also shares his future plans should the presidency fall to Donald Trump. Music featured in this episode: "Thousand Eyes" by Lia Ices  
What's the sweetest thing that someone has ever done for you? For "Sweet Week" at BTRtoday Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis ask the people of NYC's Madison Square Park about their most cherished memories. For more on this topic, check out this week's Third Eye Weekly. Song featured in this episode: “First Shot”  by  The Love Language
This episode of BreakThruTV is presented by Urban Outfitters… Everyone knows that keeping up with a busy social life can get expensive, especially when trying to wine and dine a potential mate. From happy hours to fancy dinners, the cost of those dates can really add up. Thankfully, Chelsea has some ideas for those of us who aren’t rolling in the dough. Songs featured in this episode: "Fading Lines" by Amber Arcades // "Eliza" by Anna Calvi // "Golden Girl" by Ladyhawke // "Steady" by Jel // "Acid Rain" by Robert DeLong // "Long Way Down" by Robert DeLong
From navigating through awkward chapters of adolescence to trying our best to fit in at a new job, most people have felt like outcasts at one time or another. For "Misfit Week" at BTRtoday, Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis ask people in NYC's Madison Square Park about the moments in their lives when they’ve felt like misfits. For more on this topic, check out this week's Third Eye Weekly. Music featured in this episode: “When Soul Love Begins” by The Love Dimension Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
As one of the countless people who have or will move to New York City to chase their dreams this year, Larena shares what motivated her to make the move from Missoula, Montana. She also recounts her scariest moment since becoming a resident of New York City. Music featured in this episode: "Sea Legs" by The Shins Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Brooke gets comfortable in the tub to discuss Tinder. She shares some of her great opening lines and the proof behind her exclamation that chivalry is dead. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
In this edition of 1st Person, Kelly talks about her expectations related to physical beauty when she moved to the United States and how they have changed over the years. She also shares her future plans and how she hopes to help others feel beautiful. Music featured in this episode: “The Most Liveable City” by Gold Panda Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Whether it's scaling imperial walkers, uploading viruses or dismantling walls, we always seem to break out of the machine. BTRtoday takes a look at some of the most ingenious ways humans have outsmarted robots in science fiction films.

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