Jordan Peterson On Why Beta Males Became Movie Stars | Andrew Schulz & Akaash Singh

29. april. 2021
884 457 Ganger

Watch Full Episode -
Video By - @AlexxMedia
Flagrant 2 is a comedy podcast that delivers unfiltered, unapologetic, and unruly hot takes directly to your dome piece. In an era dictated by political correctness, hosts Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh, along with AlexxMedia and Mark Gagnon, could care less about sensitivities. If it’s funny and flagrant it flies. If you are sensitive this podcast is not for you. But if you miss the days of comedians actually being funny instead of preaching to a quire then welcome to The Flagrancy.
Join the Patreon Asshole Army:
Follow the assholes on social:
Andrew Schulz
Instagram -
Twitter -
Facebook -
Akaash Singh
Instagram -
Twitter -
Facebook -
Book Studio Time -
Instagram -
Twitter -
Facebook -
Mark Gagnon -
Get Flagrant 2 Merch!
#AndrewSchulz #AkaashSingh #AlexxMedia
New York native and internationally touring stand-up, Andrew Schulz is known for his hilarious and unsafe comedy. He has starred in the sitcom BENDERS (now available on Netflix), can be seen in Amazon’s SNEAKY PETE, HBO’s CRASHING, and on MTV including GUY CODE and GIRL CODE.
In the podcast realm, Schulz can be heard on the wildly popular THE BRILLIANT IDIOTS - co-hosted by nationally syndicated radio and television personality Charlamagne tha God - the hilarious sports commentary podcast FLAGRANT 2, and the film and TV analysis podcast WESTERBROS. He has made major appearances on The Joe Rogan Experience, Bert Kreischer’s BERTCAST, Joey “coco” Diaz The Chuch of What’s Happening Now, and Theo Von’s This Past Weekend. He has even done solo interviews with the likes of Lil Duval and many others.
Andrew’s online presence has touched hundreds of millions of people across the globe and his unconventionally funny approach to the comedy world has launched him into stardome. His shows Dropping In and Inside Jokes will rack of hundreds of thousands of views weekly. Nothing is off limits for Schulz, from sex to race, and even the occasional audience heckler roast, Andrew is hungry to be the best. He can be seen in New York City performing regularly at New York Comedy Club and the Comedy Cellar.

  • 👏

    Vince EvansVince Evans4 timer siden
  • Its like the difference between Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, Musk is just doing his thing and what he feels will benefit the world, Bezos simply wants more power/ control.

    Uber MickUber Mick5 timer siden
  • People are scared of reality and feeling things. Bring formidable makes people feel fear and envy and that reminds them of their reality. So they try to make people become weak and harmless so everyone temporarily feels better.

    Bob WellingtonBob Wellington6 timer siden
  • Fat men in skinny jeans & Socialism, both sound ok in theory, but once seen in practice both are clearly horrific mistakes.

    SaoirseSaoirse7 timer siden
  • I Ironically love this mashup.

    LearnByBlocksLearnByBlocks7 timer siden
  • Greatness turns to power and many times that power from greatness is abused.

    Dion AshurstDion Ashurst8 timer siden
  • So many organizations are anti family these days. Plus you have so many single mothers. No man in the home. Specifically many but not all Women raise their children like this when there is no masculine father figure. They don’t date these type of men but they raise them. Do as I say not as I do.

    Sabastian TaylorSabastian Taylor8 timer siden
  • 1:30-1:38 I get Andrew's idea of us being biologically made to like something, but tbh, I think the industry's trying to normalize the idea that there's more guys out there rather than the "Macho overly testosterone" type of guys that's only been perceived since the 40's I did an English essay about it last year and even about how there was even stereotypes that people are they're trying to kill in the movie industry such as racial stereotypes portrait in the movies though in this case, some girls like chubby guys some girls like skinny guys some like not too extroverted in the spotlight guys and etc Though, I think women were more "biologically" interested in the macho masculine busy douche guys (girls I met like guys that are a bit of dicks idk why) I think because they were predisposed to that in the 50's where men would be dicks an only display things as sports, cars and bad guys in the movies back then, all of that was the thing back then, so it might that they have it ingrain for it was "modernized" and a common aspect of a "man's definition". but things changed now, just like the height of men, and long hair the definition of a man back then is different to what it is now, it's not as strict, but it is bit flexible men's heights back then was around 5'8 & men with long hair were considered gay, and men's LOW voices weren't considered masculine but rather "attractive" now it's gone up with what society perceives men to be the "average" man as 6'0 especially with women's interests are now sometimes about height too and men in the NFL and Music industry have long hair, such as straight or dreads or whatever, so does that make them feminine? or what then? And I believe with women using the phrase "this is a man's..." for anything adds more and more to the checklist of what may be perceived to be "masculine" rather than just an "attractive attribute that the person may carry" and not specifically associated with men, because in that case, black women are masculine because I usually meet more of them with lower mellow voices than others. so it's wonky af for me it only goes as far as I like girls within the "similar biological interests" because I'm a guy and we're genetically usually supposed to be heterosexual to help repopulate. It's in our DNA I guess. After that, my type hits out of the ball park for my "interest" in women is tall girls built like a tank (Goruda girls from Zelda if that helps) I actually hate the stereotypical damsel in distress women that only has us men do the dominant things because I'm trying to have a backup against an armed robber or something bro.. be viable and not a deer in the headlights towards everything is what I think. weak girls are a turn off because I can do everything else on my own (cook, beat my meat if they be petty, make my own money, etc.) after that, a woman is useless nowadays if all they have to offer is coochie and simple human survival skills I like a balance of competence and strength. A person that don't take sh*t from anyone I consider that greatness, maybe because I see that personality trait less than I wish I did like even mechanic girls I hate being the only dominant one in a relationship always making decisions and whatnot for everything. but ya, just my thought on that spot, not trying to be a loony or anything, but it's just a theory.

    Devin M. Luna W.Devin M. Luna W.8 timer siden
  • Andrew Shultz obviously respect JP as he let him speak and didn't just crack jokes. Unearned Power for powers sake is dangerous and corrupting. Power given to the skilled and capable people is exactly where it should be.

    JamboRiffsJamboRiffs9 timer siden
  • this is absurd lmao as if everyone in hollywood isnt attractive as fuck and getting way more pussy than you, what exactly makes them "beta"?

    slumbrslumbr9 timer siden
  • That's way west are consuming eastern entertainment more and more.

    d yd y10 timer siden
  • Idk this guy but he is a good interviewer.

    J WorldJ World14 timer siden
  • I'm simple...i see Jordan... I click. I watch. I learn.

    Baked Crack3r FoyBaked Crack3r Foy20 timer siden
  • To say that there is no meritocracy would be foolish. I believe that Peterson doesn't give enough credit to the power of sycophancy. Maybe I'm wrong. Or should we consider its effective application to be greatness? In any case, it's nice to see a superior intellect applied to provide the world with such good comedy.

    John BurnsJohn Burns23 timer siden
  • 5:45 "how do we discern people mimicking greatness for power versus greatness?" ask what have they accomplished or done leading up to their 'auditioning' for the next role? either inside government or outside? great as... real estate developer? software mogul? pro sports athlete? even simply a great parent? OR someone who is just a pretty face 'influencer'? someone who has done nothing but politics since their early twenties? automatic disqualfier in my view: someone who everybody just LOVES and sees no wrong with. everybody has weak spots or failures. the ones who don't seem to? RUN the other direction when chicks start fainting at their rallies.

    Numantino312Numantino31223 timer siden
  • Damn I’m Hella late to this lmao my favorite psychologist and comedian together

    Aldo LopezAldo LopezDag siden
  • What is funny is that, forgive the language, but women don't want to fuck 'harmless'. They just like to promote it and then whine about weak men.

    thenson1halothenson1haloDag siden
  • Kudos to JP for going out of his way to engage in a conversation with a layman. Getting to new audiences, influencing culture 👏🏽

    Tzvi ben DanielTzvi ben DanielDag siden
  • I know Jordan, but this young dude I know not. He was great, totally ready to listen and engage. Fair play and bravo young man!!!

    libertas habet pretiumlibertas habet pretiumDag siden
    • He’s 37 still young but he’s getting there lol

      Gommool AbajobirGommool AbajobirTime siden
  • Lol, are they unaware of all the superhero franchises..... It's beta male central!

    Willow ParsonsWillow ParsonsDag siden
  • Love your podcast 🤙🏽

    А Станиславович АдамчикА Станиславович АдамчикDag siden
  • I'm just a woman from London who came across this and really appreciated the conversation.

    Naaz MNaaz MDag siden
  • The loser who becomes the hero is a movie trope that has been going on for a long time

    MachinelfMachinelfDag siden
  • Jordan is the beta Male out there. The bloke has never actually said anything of value

    David FisherDavid FisherDag siden
  • You can tell that was quality teaching techniques. Time after time, Dr. Peterson continues along the line of reasoning Schulz starts on; the Dr. digs deeper. They bounce the intellectual ping pong ball back and forth. It was a pleasure to watch.

    Kyle AndersonKyle AndersonDag siden
  • There are still actors that play the cool action heroes till this day so I am not sure what he means when he says Bruce Willis is still the only one saving the day today. There is Daniel Craig, there is Vin Deisel, There is Jason Statham. The list can go on. There are differnt kinds of dudes all over the world in all kinds of professions and the field of acting is no different. Each one has their own strength. There are those who can play the action hero and those who can dive into more dramatic roles and those who can dive into the comedic roles.Take for example, Tom Hanks this guy is a great actor and he holds power. Why? Because he is a great actor but is also a generous colleague he is not a person who is difficult to work with and allows other colleagues to shine in the film's. He is successful in his profession despite not being the typical hollywood leading man(meaning he is no Brad Pitt, no George Clooney nor Bruce WIllis).No one has ever talked bad about him, at least not that I know of. He is a different kind of dude, a differnt kind of person, with a different strength in acting. I dont think the "beta male" has taken over hollywood. The highest grossing movies in hollywood, by which I am referring to Marvel movies, consist of strong Male super heroes and females, as well, who are out to save the day. There is room for everyone in the business whether you personify the stereotypical "alpha Male" or not. Anyway,just my opinion. Great conversation I enjoyed his differentiation between "power" and "greatness"!🙂

    karen chinchillakaren chinchillaDag siden
  • JP had Schulzy SHOOK lmao

    April BabiesApril BabiesDag siden
  • I am glad you did this talk....gor sure

    Jennifer CzankJennifer CzankDag siden
  • There are not many real men under 50 anymore

    David PelleyDavid PelleyDag siden
  • I was hoping they were going to shit on Michael Cera more.

    sanfordssonsanfordsson2 dager siden
  • Ole J.P needs to grow that facial hair back out. Looked a lot better.

    AllYourBaseAre BelongToUsAllYourBaseAre BelongToUs2 dager siden
  • Wasn't just Bruce Willis; folks done forgot about Denzel in essentially ALL of his roles.

    Stephon DeGannesStephon DeGannes2 dager siden
  • JP is a great Canadian. We need more like him.

    little leolittle leo2 dager siden
  • Healthy and awesome dialogue 😊

    Daniel ParraDaniel Parra2 dager siden
  • Women are attracted to intelligence and talent. This has always been the case. Think of all the band nerds turned rock stars etc...also nerdy is cool. That’s just a thing and it always has been.

    Alice RoseAlice Rose2 dager siden
  • What’s wrong with “beta males”?

    NewWorldAstrology OrdersNewWorldAstrology Orders2 dager siden
  • Beta males always click their fingers like that;-)

    MegaLochgellyMegaLochgelly2 dager siden
  • So do we have powerful Presidents who are not great? This guy Peterson has me thinking!

    Don AckermanDon Ackerman2 dager siden
  • The worst part is that people are being smother to death under the banner of care. When you extinguish peoples ability to give feedback and correct each other, lovingly, then what you are left with are lonely depressed people that dont know what they are doing wrong and are screaming for purpose in their lives. From personal experience, I litterally started to pick people apart simply because I wanted them to do the same to me. Only result was that I got even more ignored and socially isolated, which in turn brought with it so many more problems ... just because some neighbor, colleague or friend didnt want to "hurt my feelings".

    thecommenterthecommenter2 dager siden
  • he made Jordan Peterson laugh, God bless his soul.

    Edgar NavarroEdgar Navarro2 dager siden
  • I blame emo music.

    Hamborg MediaHamborg Media2 dager siden
  • JP is intelligent af.

    Tausif AhmadTausif Ahmad2 dager siden
  • Because absolute power corrupts absolutely masculinity is now seen as corruption on subconscious level

    Shivam SinghShivam Singh2 dager siden
    • But masculinity isn’t absolute or maybe I don’t understand what your saying

      Gommool AbajobirGommool Abajobir56 minutter siden
    • Great fucking point

      Ad IoAd IoDag siden
  • Jordan is from another galaxy, just thinks in so many layers and dimensions, I see this with everyone he talks to, never regurgitates the same talking points, a vast lexicon, always enjoy his analysis,

    DreamsbetweenDreamsbetween2 dager siden
  • Michael Cera somewhere NOT punching the air because he doesn't want to harm said air.

    Andrew KoAndrew Ko2 dager siden
  • “Good got to be synonymous with harmless” damn

    Nick StefflNick Steffl2 dager siden
  • Andrew Schulz is the best.

    Benny2ToesBenny2Toes2 dager siden
  • All the greats triumphed over adversity, not conqured through diversity.

    Serge GlazunovSerge Glazunov2 dager siden
  • But whats wrong now a days is, lets say a hunting party must rely on stealth, sticking to the plan, not arguing with the party leader, but also being adaptable if things dont go as planned. Each party member has proven themselves on previous excursions. But NOW, they want inclusion. What if somebody is incompetent, noisy, and smells? That will be catostrophic for the tribe because then they go hungry because duffus over here wouldnt avoid sticks, and kept alerting the prey. He isnt good enough to go with the hunting party. He proved that. We wont take him again. Well you have to. This is my analogy for what these sjws are pushing and we as the tribe must no longer allow it. Otherwise we are the beta males. There is a war on masculinity and we are on the frontlines. Thing is if we work together, we WILL win this war. Just throwing it out there.

    Serge GlazunovSerge Glazunov2 dager siden
  • This is why I limed a crappy k ockoff of the karate kid: Knkckout starring the rock. It's about a beta male teenager learning to be a little bit less beta. Only thing I hated was him giving up his glasses, because that isn't realistic.

    water dogwater dog2 dager siden
  • Wait. Are these two supposed to represent "alphas"? Baaawhhh🤣

    Sondra HSondra H2 dager siden
  • The fact that we're not looking at is the fact that women are more attracted to beta mills because they are safer. Too many women are growing up in houses without any competent males and they grow up not understanding the complex nature of males. So the ones they look for are the alpha males that are negative because that's the only male role model they've ever known. That's why this cycle of females picking poor males is continuing and growing and part of that is because too many times their fathers aren't particularly great people. A trend I'm no noticing as a teacher is the fact that a large number of stepfathers are getting to be the adopted father of young girls more than young males

    jim evertjim evert2 dager siden
  • Andrew does open with a hot take dressed sus AF

    Charlie SpecterCharlie Specter2 dager siden
  • Wait they actually talked and this isn’t a deep fake? Did not expect these two together damn. Love it.

    Silly GooseSilly Goose2 dager siden
  • Hail Lobster. This is the way.

    The MandalorianThe Mandalorian2 dager siden

    WillowWillow2 dager siden
  • all the queefs from reddit who complain and give this guy free real estate in their heads all day come here crying after they realize he isn't this far right racist as they sit around and say he is all day in their hive mind forums

  • The industry wants us to believe wimps are admired, it's laughable

    itsnotfunnyitsnotfunny2 dager siden
  • this host is a clown and way out of his depth

    heygringo7heygringo72 dager siden
  • Because the majority of men are probably Beta males and identify with other Betas.

    Kenzo PoeKenzo Poe2 dager siden
  • one of the best interviews of JBP, kudos Andrew

    MrWoosterMrWooster2 dager siden
  • Jordan Peterson is simply the G.O.A.T.

    Tameka TeasleyTameka Teasley2 dager siden
  • “Every elevation of the type ‘man’ has hitherto been the work of an aristocratic society and so it will always be - a society believing in a long scale of gradations of rank and differences of worth among human beings, and requiring slavery in some form or other. Without the pathos of distance, such as grows out of the incarnated difference of classes, out of the constant out-looking and down-looking of the ruling caste on subordinates and instruments, and out of their equally constant practice of obeying and commanding, of keeping down and keeping at a distance - that other more mysterious pathos could never have arisen, the longing for an ever new widening of distance within the soul itself, the formation of ever higher, rarer, further, more extended, more comprehensive states, in short, just the elevation of the type ‘man’, the continued ‘self-surmounting of man’. To be sure, one must not resign oneself to any humanitarian illusions about the history of the origin of an aristocratic society: the truth is hard.” “When the most capable minds of a nation - who are always in the minority - are given a value equal with all the others, this must result in subjugating the genius to the majority, in subjecting the ability and the value of the individual to the majority, a process which is mistakenly called the rule of the people. This is not the rule of the people, but in fact the rule of stupidity, of mediocrity, of half-measures, of cowardice, of weakness, and of inadequacy. The rule of the people is rather when a people allows itself to be governed and led in all areas of life by its most capable individuals who are born for the task, than to allow all areas of life to be administered by a majority which, by its very nature, is alien to these areas.” Nietzsche and Hitler. Good reason to prefer Jordan Peterson in the original German.

    atwarwithdustatwarwithdust2 dager siden
  • Real Alphas can taper off benzos without whining and complaining...

    St.FiacreSt.Fiacre2 dager siden
  • Well this woman loves alphas, that's why I married a marine vet😁

    Ailam SiwelAilam Siwel2 dager siden
  • Burkk!

    Vania RouleauVania Rouleau2 dager siden
  • It's great seeing Jordan smile!

    Pēteris PutniņšPēteris Putniņš2 dager siden
  • I never understand why people who seek culture and knowledge, don't read books, and just asking stuff. My father and step father had huge libraries at home...they always point the book, silently, when I was asking things.

    budibaustobudibausto2 dager siden
  • Some Roman emperors and many consuls did excellent with absolute power, like the 5 good emperors.

    budibaustobudibausto2 dager siden
  • Glad Jordan is back

    KyleKyle2 dager siden
  • A good example of a really great and powerful man who handled power well and inspired millions and still does after his death was Mas Oyama who invented Kyokushin Karate.

    Julian BBJulian BB2 dager siden
  • Dude is a clown

    Christian SeamanChristian Seaman3 dager siden
  • When the guy dressed as Tom selleck meets Tom selleck

    Christian SeamanChristian Seaman3 dager siden
  • It's actually painful to listen to this guy talk to Jordon. I'm embarrassed for him at moments they were talking. Trying to sound intellectual when you are not is very easy to spot.

    Drogon 298Drogon 2983 dager siden
  • I guess any lame ass fool can get time with Jordan

    Phase VariancePhase Variance3 dager siden
  • That back and forth was great... and also powerful.

    Gerard MaherGerard Maher3 dager siden
  • ➡️ ⤵️ B.e.S.T f'u"l'l D.a.T.i.n.G h.o.T G.i.r.L's -L-o-V-e-S-e-X---❤️😘 ..👍 !💖🖤❤️今後は気をライブ配信の再編ありがとうです!この日のライブ配信は、かならりやばかったですね!1万人を超える人が見ていたもん(笑)やっぱり人参最高!まさかのカメラ切り忘れでやら1かしたのもドキドキでした,. 💖🖤在整個人類歷史上,強者,富人和具有狡猾特質的人捕食部落,氏族,城鎮,城市和鄉村中的弱者,無`'守和貧窮成員。然而,人類的生存意願迫使那些被拒絕,被剝奪或摧毀的基本需求的人們找到了一種生活方式,並繼續將其DNA融入不斷發展的人類社會。. 說到食物,不要以為那些被拒絕的人只吃垃圾。相反,他們學會了在被忽視的肉類和蔬菜中尋找營養。他們學會了清潔,切塊,調味和慢燉慢燉的野菜和肉類,在食品市場上被忽略的部分家用蔬菜和肉類,並且學會了使用芳香的木煙(如山核桃,山核桃和豆科灌木 來調味食物煮的時候

    Maria HoodMaria Hood3 dager siden
  • Free therapy with the great Lobster Hermit, saver of the father in the whale's belly neo philosophical deity. AKA Jordan B Peterson

    MrRawageMrRawage3 dager siden
  • When the guy wearing the 92' girls' rolled up jeans asks whats happening to masculinity...

    HulksterRunsWildHulksterRunsWild3 dager siden
  • I loved him in Step Up, he makes the show.

    Gianna O'BrienGianna O'Brien3 dager siden
  • Thank you sirs

    Jon Cowden AlaskanRooferJon Cowden AlaskanRoofer3 dager siden
  • Not Betas, Gammas.

    Mo ReeMo Ree3 dager siden
  • There is an obssession with POWER in america., everything is about having or not having power., no wonder american´s despice femininity and created feminism which really is about turning women into men., i don´t really think the real powerful men in america are affected but is more like an attack to the middle class family., when you push stuff like homer simpson or Al Bundy is like a higher class making fun of the lower middle class people., the working class people which are the ones who really give importance to the nuclear family., so at the end of the day the liberal war on men is really the war of the rich liberals against the white middle class

    John NadaJohn Nada3 dager siden
  • As long as they get laid and are rich, i don't think any man would mind being a beta.

    Jay sJay s3 dager siden
  • i love how peterson thinks about every part of the subject

    Sacha KansouSacha Kansou3 dager siden
  • What is the MCU?

    Cameron KoontzCameron Koontz3 dager siden
  • When I was a nervous and naive child I was afraid of failing. As an adult, I now realise the real fear should have been the fear of not trying.

    GrimblahGrimblah3 dager siden
    • And leaving your foot out of the blanket where monsters can get it.

      You are soulYou are soulDag siden
  • If you have to say you’re an alpha ... you’re a beta

    John MadsenJohn Madsen3 dager siden
  • think for one moment: the only reason we have all of Jordan Peterson's knowledge, books, lectures & videos available to us now is because way back in the beginning, some SJWs got butt hurt and tried to get him fired. Thankfully, someone recorded and uploaded the whole thing (where JP stood his ground) and now he is downright famous and lauded!! Thanks SJWs!!!

    Tyler BradenTyler Braden3 dager siden
  • Who are the most useful members of society? Entrepreneurs with actuall skill. Think Elon, Gates etc. Both "Beta" males. The "beta" archetype has been lifted since these people have outcompeted people who act "alpha".

    SamiNamiSamiNami3 dager siden
  • who arranged this? not well paired

    Virtual Media NetworkVirtual Media Network3 dager siden
  • Bruh, y'all did not need to call out Michael Cera like that in the thumbnail. I mean, he is a beta, but damn 😂

    CiCi QCiCi Q3 dager siden
  • We are witnessing the Fall of America, very similar to the fall of Rome. The greed, corruption & decadence is all here now. Next thing you know an entrepreneur will set up a fast food chain of vomitoriums.

    Mage FixlerMage Fixler3 dager siden
  • Lebron James is a great basketball player but I wouldn’t nominate him to lead our civilization. Leo DiCaprio is a great actor but again not someone I would pick to lead or country. Greatness doesn’t always translate to a great leader. We place greatness upon people, that in the grand scheme of what’s vital to life, who don’t do anything of importance

    Ty PateTy Pate3 dager siden
  • God bless Jordan Peterson

    Adrian PopAdrian Pop3 dager siden
  • WHAT? My role model and my favourite comediant ? Having a talk ? HOW DID THAT HAPPEN? LOL. It was so funny to watch Andrew get his mind blown on the topic of power vs greatness. You can see that he gained some important insight. Something he already knew deep down, but Jordan put it into words. This was cool to watch not gonna lie

    Petrescu RaduPetrescu Radu3 dager siden
  • The interview no one asked for but everyone needed.

    Hassan MahmoodHassan Mahmood3 dager siden
  • Being great is being good for a long time.

    Dr. William Luther PierceDr. William Luther Pierce3 dager siden