Tommy Edison talks about how blind people shave, celebrities he's met, if people sound fat, if he experiences claustrophobia and anxiety/panic attacks, what a blind person sees, how blind people play board games, describes what he thinks a human eye looks like, talks about his appearance on The Katie Couric Show, and takes the Touch Tone Challenge.
Tommy Edison talks about the first time he was asked “How do blind people know when to stop wiping in the bathroom?”, dating another blind person, animation and cartoons, what’s cute to blind people, how a blind person chooses a hairstyle/haircut, misconceptions about blind people, and watching foreign films.
Tommy Edison talks about sports he’s played, interpreting sped up audio, Scent of a Woman starring Al Pacino, body language, color blindness, celebrity voices, and more.
Tommy Edison, who's been blind since birth, answers the most popular questions about being blind.
Is Tommy returning to YouTube?
This is the test show we live streamed on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. It’s been edited to highlight the most popular questions. It was called Living It Up! with Tommy Edison.
Greetings from Tommy Edison!
Trailer - The Tommy Edison Experience - Funny Side of Being Blind
Here’s a look back at what we didn’t show you in 2017.
Tommy opens mail sent in by subscribers and tries to guess what it is.
Tommy and Evan Gregory of ‘Songify The News’ and The Gregory Brothers go head-to-head trying to correctly guess songs from the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s based on their lyrics.
Tommy Edison talks about how he celebrated Halloween growing up without sight and what Halloween is like as an adult.
Tommy answers the popular question, “what’s your favorite color?”
Tommy Edison teams up with Greg Benson to see who’s better at identifying celebrity voices.
Tommy talks about what it was like going to school as a blind person in both public and private schools.
Tommy, who’s been blind since birth, talks about how a blind person travels, navigates the airport, takes a train alone, finds their way around a hotel, and how he gets the most out of the destination.
Tommy answers the popular question, “how does a blind person determine their sexual orientation or preference?”
Tommy teams up with Spankie Valentine to determine who’s better doing things without sight while staying in a hotel room - someone who has been blind since birth or someone who’s seen their entire life and is now blindfolded.
Tommy, who’s been blind since birth, teams up with Sara Dietschy to see if he can ride an electric skateboard (a.k.a. Boosted Board).
Tommy tries to identify five oversized, huge pool floats based on their shape.