Dan and Sean spend half the podcast talking to guests about the baffling choices they've made in life. The other half is Dan St. Germain and Sean Donnelly yelling at each other like an old married couple that should be divorced. It's not for everybody. Produced (and often co-hosted) by Thomas Attila Lewis.
One last episode from Dan, Sean, and Tom. Thank you to everybody for helping us out over the years, our network All Things Comedy, all of our guests, and you, our listeners! [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
Will Weldon (Super Serious Show, Just For Laughs) is our special guest. Sean gives us another confrontational update; the boys make an announcement; Tom takes us back to the Warsaw Pact. [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt at ATC Studios]
Sean checks in with more craziness in Queens; the boys freak out politically for a moment; we read some excellent listener mail! [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt at ATC and Alex Brizel at ShowBriz Studios]
Dan returns from his "silent" retreat "much improved." Special guest Jay Larson (Comedy Central, "Conan," "Last Comic Standing," "Late Late Show") tells us about his past hobo-like existence and dealing with a guy who had 50 confirmed kills who wanted to kill him + 4 girls in one night??! [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt at ATC & Alex Brizel at ShowBriz]
The hilarious Brendan Eyre (Sethy Myers, "Red Eye") guests and tries to jump into making more show segments; Sean Donnelly likes to play King on Facebook; Tom observes a jack of all trades in his Haunting Realization. [Engineered by Alex Brizel at ShowBriz Studios, NYC]
Henry Phillips (Comedy Central, "Henry's Kitchen") is our guest today and interviewed by Dan; Sean and Tom are solo in SF and talk about crazy weddings; Tom's chirping realization. [Engineered by Alex Brizel at ShowBriz Studios]
Dan and Sean start us off with a debate of hateful hipster phrases, we had a great time with our super-hilarious guest Katina Corrao ("Deadbeat," "Broad City") and Tom reveals a freezing haunting realization. [Engineered by Alex Brizel at ShowBriz Studios]
Anthony DeVito (Comedy Central, TV Land, AXS TV) returns to the podcast to tell us an epic Oprah story as well as when he camped on Hawaii; after Dan tells us about his experiences at Bumbershoot he and Sean yell at each other for a while; Tom has a short but very sweet Haunting Realization. [Engineered by Alex Brizel at ShowBriz Studios]
This episode gets off to an explosive start of high conflict between our hosts, followed by an interview with the very funny Ian Fidance (AXS TV) who talks about getting sober and a predilection for strippers. The show closes with an explosive Haunting Realization from Tom. [Recorded at ShowBriz Studios / Engineered by Alex Brizel]
Guest Sarah Tollemache ("Last Comic Standing," Comedy Central) talks about getting sober and bombing; Dan brings up a recent bomb; Sean's neighbors are crazy but his wife is too nice; Tom was an exploited glassblower. [Engineered by Alex Brizel at ShowBriz Studios, NYC]
Mark Normand (Comedy Central, Showtime, "Conan") joins the podcast to discuss romantic mistakes and more. Dan and Sean meet up in NYC to record without Tom! They discuss, among other things, Sean's insane building, Dan's apartment catching on fire, shart attacks, and how happy they are that Tom isn't around. [Engineered by ShowBriz studios]
Bert Kreischer (FX, Travel Channel, Comedy Central) joins Dan in LA, Sean and Tom via Skype, to talk about his exploits including: worst bombs, weight loss, drinking/not-drinking, and more! And then a quick discussion of Tom's Haunting Realization.
Chris Cubas (@midnight, Comedy Central) joins the gang to talk about horrible gigs, an unfortunate meeting while high, and more! Plus the boys talk about Sean's rage incident, Tom's issues with cucumbers, and storks.
Shane Mauss (Kimmel, Comedy Central, Netflix) joins Dan and Tom to talk about psychedelics, venues he no longer wants to go to, putting together tours, and so much more! [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
We have guest Kate Willett (Comedy Central, Viceland, more!) who talks about her talent show duel. Dan tells us about the burlesque show he headlined; Sean shares stories about the crazies in his neighborhood; and Tom relates a shocking experience. [Engineered by Aaron Brungart]
The My Dumb Friends podcast crew is happy to announce that they will be a part of the Just For Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, on Saturday, July 30th! In this episode so many dumb things happened, including but not limited to Dan not being able to spell "dumb," Sean having a call of nature, and the introduction of new segments - of particular note: Tom's Haunting Realizations. [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
We hit the 150 milestone by doing a mailbag episode with messages from literally around the world! Thank you for writing, please send us your letters: firstname.lastname@example.org and thank you for your donations at mydumbfriendspodcast.tumblr.com [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
Brendon Walsh (Conan, Kimmel, @midnight) joins Dan and Sean in LA to: introduce Dan to the musical stylings of Lita Ford; provide a solution for mass shootings (courtesy of Brendon); to talk about stolen comedy ideas; and to go over some bad on-stage experiences. [Engineered by Jimmy Lee Wirt]
Kara Klenk ("Girl Code," "Broad City") and Jared Logan (Comedy Central, "Late Late Show with James Corden") join Dan and Sean in LA to review some hilarious experiences together and go over mistakes each have made. [Engineered by Jimmy Lee Wirt]
Alison Bennett ("You're The Worst," "The Amazings") joins Dan and Sean in LA to talk about ending a marriage, writer's rooms, an analysis of Dan, Sean, and Tom's problems, and so much more! [Engineered by Jimmy Lee Wirt]
Brandon Johnson ("NTSF:SD:SUV," "Black-ish," Get Him To The Greek) guests and talks about getting out there to get as much work as possible, mistakes he's made coming up both professionally and in relationships, and there's plenty of Dan/Sean/Tom argumentative action!
The incredibly funny Annie Lederman ("@midnight," "Chelsea Lately," "Gotham Comedy Live") joins us to talk about being deflowered to DMX, living with Dan and Sean, bad/embarrassing sex, interventions for Dan, and she uses a lot more stick than carrot in dealing with Dan.
The very funny "comedy hobo" (according to Dan) David Gborie ("Flophouse," Comedy Central's "Top 10 Comics) joins us to talk about getting his first bed, a lapdance from a pregnant stripper, a POW/MIA controversy, (on top of a) car sex, and so much more! [Engineered by Jimmy Lee Wirt]
Eliza Skinner ("The Pete Holmes Show," "@midnight," "The Late Late Show With James Corden") talks with the boys about experiences with TV writing, not dating comics, weird interactions with Dan, not ending relationships when they should, “rounding up” on guys’ looks, the date who suggested they retire to his “nightmare bed,” and so much more! [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
Benji Aflalo (Hulu, Comedy Central, "The Burn With Jeff Ross," "Not Safe With Nikki Glaser") joins the podcast to talk about bad hookups, friends who hook up with your girl, using your balls as a stage prop, near death experience in Hollywood. [Engineered by Jimmy Lee Wirt]
Steph Tolev (Just For Laughs, MTV) and H. Alan Scott (MTV, Vice, HuffPo) join the podcast to tag team stories of horrific dating incidents, mistakes on stage, and to help analyze our conflicted and damaged hosts.
The very funny Jamie Lee ("Conan," "Girl Code," "The Late Late Show With James Corden") joins Dan in LA, Sean and Tom via Skype, to talk up some work habits/mistakes, dating issues, bad wedding behavior, and so much more! [Engineered by Jimmy Lee Wirt]
Matt Kirshen ("Last Comic Standing," Fallon, Ferguson, "Legit") joins our hosts to discuss embarrassment at camp, mistakes in his career, avoiding problems with his taxes, and so much more! [Engineered by Jimmy Lee Wirt]
The amazingly funny Lizzy Cooperman ("Late Late Show," MTV) joins the podcast to talk relationship dogs and their deaths/diseases, observations on Dan's fidgeting in the writer's room, and she poses some heavy questions for our hosts.
David Hunstberger (Space Cave, Professor Blastoff) joins Dan in LA and Tom + Sean via Skype to dispense epic tales of past debauchery and mistakes including an incredible one of his harassment of a quaint and innocent village.
Laurie Kilmartin ("Conan," "Last Comic Standing," "Jimmy Kimmel Live") hangs out with Dan (in LA) and Sean (on Skype) to talk about writing for TV and still doing stand-up and the challenge of maintaining one's creativity; how to stay sane as a writer with a family and where to perform to get longer sets in to know you can still pull it off! [Engineered by Aaron Brunghardt]
A mailbag episode turns into a group therapy session between Dan, Sean, and Tom. Dan turns an appeal for help into a 10 minute story about himself (surprise!) and an appeal goes out for accurate listening numbers for the podcast. [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson (Guys We F*cked podcast), along with Pat Bishop (Women) join Dan and Sean in the LA studio to talk about being passive and getting into the wrong relationships, guys who are "too big," putting oneself into precarious situations, "ghost" keyboards heard over Skype, and a lot more!
Jared Freid (MTV, TruTV, AXStv) joins the podcast to witness a "Fargo" table-read and to discuss hilarious college experiences, mistakes in comedy, and to provide an assessment of Dan and Sean's relationship.
Michael Chernus ("Orange Is The New Black," "Manhattan") joins the podcast to talk to the boys about "play" fights with friends that are kind of serious, "Mad About You" on stage, pro wrestling, "puke bubbles," very very bad things done to a friend's refrigerator, and romantic walks on the beach with Dan.
We've got a great mailbag episode for you where we take the praise well, and the criticism very badly. We answer your questions and give advice with the disclaimer that we know nothing. All with the help of special guest Robert Dean (AXS TV, IFC).
Abbi Crutchfield (MTV, "People Now," VH1) and friend of the show, Tim Dillon, join the hosts in NYC to: weigh in on some of Dan's less than sober moments, owning dogs (emphasis on Abbi's Max and Sean's Rickles), Tim's experience as Santa (epic!), Facebook fights, and more!
Hampton Yount (Comedy Central, "Last Comic Standing," "Conan") and superspecial guest, Mariel Matero ("Joanne & Beth") talk to Dan and Sean about relationship mistakes, horrible gigs, and more! [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
The incredible Wayne Federman who has worked on everything from "The X-Files" to "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" to "Family Guy" joins Dan and Sean to talk about his start in comedy, running marathons, and mistakes he's made along the way. Awesome episode!
Sean and Dan do a duo podcast, sans guest, while Sean visits LA! Our boys check in with each other, ensuring some hilarious talk about health, dating, and more! Go to www.danstgermain.net and www.seandonnellycomedy.com to get our hosts' albums for the holidays!
Emmy Blotnick ("@midnight," Comedy Central, VH1, "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon") joins Dan and Sean and decisively calls them big guys with beards, talks about long distance relationships, and told a tale of lady problems. [ This episode sponsored by Audible.com - go to http://audible.com/dumb ]
Young upstart Jak Knight (Comedy Central, @midnight) joins the podcast ready to sling some stones back at our veteran hosts. Jak shares stories about coming up in Seattle and there's a great discussion of NY vs LA comedy scenes.
Kenneth & Keith Lucas (Fallon, HBO, Comedy Central) join the podcast to talk about stars who've jumped the shark; disturbing movies; and horrible cases of bombing. Hey! Sean Donnelly's album comes out this week: Get "Manual Labor Face" off of iTunes, Amazon, or CCDirect. [This episode engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
Jesse Joyce ("Last Comic Standing," Comedy Central) meets up with Dan in Hollywood while Sean & Tom call in via Skype! Jesse talks about history with drinking and cigarettes; morally bankrupt hypnotists and comics who need to let you know how "awesome" they are; adventures in Alaska, and more! [Engineered by Aaron Brungardt]
3/4 of WOMEN, the sketch comedy group as featured on IFC and beyond (Jake Weisman, Dave Ross, Allen Strickland-Williams), join Dan to talk about how pointless relationships would be for (some of) them right now and Dan's creepy obsession with their relationship status but they did talk about bad moves in past relationships; getting caught doing drugs; and more!
Our hosts are on the road so we thought we'd share the best clips from episodes 11-19 of the podcast! Go back and listen to the entire episodes with guests: Henry Zebrowski, Paul Virzi, Tim Dillon, Jared Logan, Emily Heller, Nore Davis, Christian Finnegan, Adam Newman, and Mike Recine!
Josh Adam Meyers ("The Wire," "100 Jokes," Goddamn Comedy Jam) joins the crew to talk about opiates, mistakes dating strippers, interactions with a future James Bond, and more! [Engineered by: Aaron Brungardt]
Julian McCullough ("Chelsea Lately," "Inside Amy Schumer") whose new show "We Have Issues" just premiered on E! last Friday, joins the podcast to tell us about a spectacular failed romance, knowing when he hit "the bottom" in terms of substance abuse, and his journey through stand-up.
The incredibly funny and lovely Beth Stelling ("Conan," "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "@midnight," "Chelsea Lately") joined the show to talk about her arrest record, long distance relationships, what TV shows she avoids watching so she won't be scared, and so much more! Her Comedy Central special premieres on 10/10/15!
The amazing Guy Branum ("Chelsea Lately," "Last Comic Standing," "Totally Biased") joins Dan (and, then, Tom) to talk about his experiences in Berkeley, weird hookups with potentially dangerous people, picking almonds as a kid, and a few pointed questions on what Dan does and does not do, for fun!
Josh Wolf ("Last Comic Standing," "Chelsea Lately," "The Josh Wolf Show") joins Dan in LA with Sean & Tom on Skype to talk about fights after shows, being a single dad, the wrong kind of coke stories, and an epic tale of being a victim of cheating.
Jonah Ray (Nerdist, "The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail," Conan) joins the podcast to talk about being the target of nerd hate; the Hawaii gutter punk scene; his worst experience with a woman; and being body-slammed on stage. Special guest host Andy Haynes is our super secret sauce.
Dean Delray ("Maron," Hellride) joins Dan and special guest co-host Andy Haynes to talk about the San Francisco comedy scene, the "final" drunk, nodes on vocal chords, and the proper consumption method for cocaine.
Dan, in Los Angeles, joins Sean and Tom via Skype to tell them he's thinking about getting a poodle. Sean talks about getting ready to record his album this week in Madison, Wisconsin. Tom talks about giving Mike Lawrence a tour of the toxic waste dumps in Pittsfield, MA.
Jade Catta-Preta ("Girl Code") and Nick Rutherford ("Saturday Night Live") join the show to talk about horrific road trips, confronting people who say terrible things, mistakes made on stage, and so much more!
Lenny Marcus (Letterman, "Louie") and Shane Torres ("Last Comic Standing") talk about "disappear-you money," favorite bad movies which segued into an in-depth discussion of "Roadhouse," bad stuff they've done on stage, and more!
Josh Rabinowitz ("Friends of the People," "Adam Devine's House Party") and Brian Frange (Just For Laughs Festival) talk about horrible butt operations, child molester roommates, car accidents, and other hilarious stories!
Robert Kelly ("Louis"), Adrienne Iapalucci ("Letterman"), and Yannis Pappas ("Comedy Central") join our live podcast recording at The Stand Comedy Club and Restaurant. Bobby tells a story about pretending to be a secret agent; Adrienne relates her night of bar brawling; and Yannis relives a time in NYC when everybody's hats were at risk.
The podcast starts off with everybody giving Sean a hard time about various items in his house until our homecrew of Dan, Sean, and Tom, argue for a while. Then Brendan Eyre (Just For Laughs Festival) and Joe Schiappa (HBO Comedy Festival, MTV's "Truth or Dare") talk with Dan and Sean about writer's room concerns and conflicts; the horror of being an audience warm-up comic; "magic"; a debate about whether or not Dan has "game"; streetfighting.
Kevin Barnett ("Friends of the People," truTV) and Matteo Lane ("Girl Code," "Guy Code") join the podcast to talk about: encountering weird prejudices, various dead babies, bad eating habits (particularly Dan's), a rundown of gay hookup apps, streetside sex encounters, cab sex (and how great it is).
As Dan, Sean, and Tom prepare to do a live recording of episode #100 on June 2nd, 2015, at The Stand Comedy Club in NYC, here are a few excerpts from the first episodes of the podcast in this "Greatest Hits" compilation, featuring: Taylor Ketchum, Chris Gethard, Chris Distefano, Mike Lawrence, Kurt Metzger, and Nikki Glazer.
Andy "a man with needs" Sandford ("Conan," "Aqua Teen Hunger Force") joins the podcast to talk about an epic trip of debauchery that the now-sober Dan St Germain made to Atlanta several years ago - its amazing that they survived that lost weekend as well as this episode where Dan and Sean get on each other's case to the point where Dan defends himself as "an American," because "he has a beard, a balls, and a heart." Tom also took advantage of the situation to chastise Sean and much yelling ensued.
Marina Franklin ("The Late Late Show," "Chappelle's Show," "The Nightly Show") formally rejects Dan St. Germain on the podcast; everyone talks about bad audiences; there's a Michael McDonald impression; Dan is accused of thinking he is Paul Newman from various films; Marina and the guys figure out how young guys are dumb; Marina's journey from Chicago to NYC, and much more!
Nick Vatterott ("Conan," "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," Comedy Central half-hour) joins the team to hear a message from "Babala". Nick and our hosts then go on to describe their worst "day afters" of over-indulgent nights. Nick closes with an epic tale of his absolute worst gig ever!
Liz Miele (Comedy Central, "Conan," "Daily Show With Jon Stewart") and Eliot Glazer ("Broad City") join the show to talk about dealing with catcalling; if "crushing it" sex-wise is easier for straight guys or gay guys; the horror of Mickey Rooney in "Breakfast At Tiffany's"; and worst experiences with dates (hint: young guys are terrible).
Steve O'Brien and Nate Fernald who make up the comedy duo, Team Submarine, mistakenly stumble into the My Dumb Friends lair to observe a Dan & Sean blow-up and attempt to answer if Sean is a "saint"; Nate also describes how to build a "f--k pile"; Nate describes stumbling in on Steve experiencing a private moment (or was it??).
Bonnie McFarlane (Women Aren't Funny, "Last Comic Standing," "The Tonight Show," "Letterman") and David Feldman (The David Feldman Show, "Real Time With Bill Maher," "The Burn With Jeffrey Ross," Comedy Central) join the podcast to talk about terrible show experiences, porn, women in comedy, and exercise some judgment regarding Dan's recent experience with a stripper in Schenectady.
Author and performer Matthew Love (Selected Shorts, Uptown Showdown, Rolling Stone, Time Out NY) tells a great story about Jim Gaffigan ready to throw down at Gotham Comedy Club; another great story about being solicited for "clean pee" on the subway; trying to maintain enthusiasm while not being able to "close the deal"; a discussion of best and worst states with some slight Canada-bashing; the humor of jerking off; and an encounter with Jimmy Fallon.
A super special episode where Dan, Sean, and Tom open up listener emails and tweets and then beg for money (after insulting the listeners)! Thank you to everyone who wrote us emails and tweets, you can donate to the podcast via PayPal - check out the button at http://mydumbfriendspodcast.tumblr.com Bring us to your town!
Brooke Van Poppelen (truTV's "Hack My Life," Comedy Central's "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Comedy Show," "Late Late Show," "Girl Code") tells us hilarious stories about throwing bowling balls through a living room window; throwing actual douchebags at douchebags; group dry-humping unsuspecting victims; the evils of white zinfandel; and getting guys to kiss each other. Dan reveals his exploits as an LA "side piece"; Sean talks about a horrible date from the past; and Tom reads some of Brooke's tortured poetry from the late 1990s to conclude the show.
Comedian Evan Williams join the crew (with guest host Timothy J. Dillon) and here's what happens: Dan fawns over Evan Williams' physique; the team does a review of a Dan St Germain relapse; Tim Dillon reveals that he can fence stolen Rolex watches; Evan relates events from his horrific childhood; everybody gets scared when they hear a sound from next door. Quote of the podcast: "He was really chill for a snake" - Evan
Founding members of epic sketch group, Murderfist, Holden McNeely and Ed Larson, join My Dumb Friends to talk about: lowest points ever in relationships; Dan's proclivity to date and alienate baristas; Ed's arsenal during his drug-dealing days and why he left "the life"; and, horrifically, Murderfist's worst gig ever and the porn that was shown there.
Anthony Devito (Just For Laughs, Bridgetown) and Tim Dillon join Sean and Dan to discuss: hardcore Republican Tim's hypocritical stint as an Obamacare-shilling Santa; Anthony's racist depiction of a cab driver at an audition; Tim's judgmental evaluation of Dan's sex life; and a group talk about when comics default to stereotypes. Added bonus: Tim Dillon announces that he is "a player and has an understanding of luxury that nobody else has."
Sarah Tiana ("Chelsea Lately," "The Late Late Show," "The Burn with Jeff Ross") joins Dan and Sean to review and relive comedy festival shenanigans, discuss the worst of one-night stands, and how to help men have more sex.
Randy Liedtke ("Late Night With Seth Myers," "Adventure Time," "Last Comic Standing") talks with Dan and Sean about pranking folks at comedy festivals, Twitter conversations with a multitude of unfortunate employees manning the @BestBuy Twitter handle, and the infamous iPhone cookie!
Johnny Pemberton ("21 Jump Street," "Kroll Show," "22 Jump Street," "The Watch") talks with Dan and Sean about how you don't want to watch any of your friends having sex, whether or not Dan should get involved with transcendental meditation, and together they trash a few "precious" movies to the consternation of the podcast world.
Kumail Nanjiani (Comedy Central, "The Meltdown," "Veep," Franklin & Bash," "Silicon Valley") joins Dan and Sean on an extended episode! The lads talk about action figures with a particular focus on the Masters of the Universe (yes, this is a group of adult males!); "The X Files" and revisiting other old TV shows; a group discussion of why Dan quit going to strip clubs; and Dan accuses Sean of under-sharing.
Al Jackson (Comedy Central, FXX's "Legit") joins Dan & Sean to talk about beards, football, comics who should quit, cruise ship culture, the inside scoop on Miami, and showing a naked Diane Keaton to some 7th graders.
Sean Conroy (The Long Shot Podcast, UCB, Adult Swim's "Mr. Pickles," "Conan") joins fellow bearded men to discuss how to not appropriately head off a long distance relationship, getting arrested in Worcester, and the horrors of typecasting in Hollywood.
Whitmer Thomas (Comedy Central, Power Violence) joins the show to endure Dan's creepy praises about his body. Whitmer then shares amazing stories about the meth heads he lived next door to, being stalked as a child, and getting chased by cops in Alabama.
Cy Amundson ("Conan," Comedy Central, Just For Laughs) bears witness to Dan and Sean imitating each other like a couple headed for divorce; the crew listens to a brutal YouTube review of Cy's "Conan" set; Dan reveals his creepy appreciation of Cy's body; the pitfalls of alcohol are discussed; and more!
Brent Sullivan ("Live At Gotham," "The Pete Holmes Show") joins Dan and Sean to talk about accosting straight guys at the gym, differences in dating in LA vs NYC, an analysis of Brent's favorite lunch place (IKEA), and the problem with good-looking people.
Jessi Klein ("Comedy Central Presents," VH1, Adult Swim) patiently listens to Sean and Tom talk about dogs until Dan St. Germain arrives to argue with everybody. Other topics in this hilarious episode include: having a bad back (but not from vigorous sex, #sadface) and cutting back on drinking (but not too much, #happyface).
Jordan Carlos ("Guy Code," "Girls"), along with bonus guest host Tim Dillon, talks about being a dad, growing up in a strict Baptist household, horrible road stories with Dan and Sean, and so much more hilarious stuff!
Multi-Emmy winner and comedy legend Greg Fitzsimmons (Howard Stern, Fitzdog Radio) joins the show to tell us some hilarious stories about deliberately walking a crowd, lateness, and overly friendly waitresses in New Hampshire.
Veteran comic and road dog Paul Hooper (HBO Comedy Fest, Boston Comedy Fest, Vancouver Comedy Fest) talks about horrific comedy shows in Alabama, the psychology of prank-calling 911, mouth-spreaders, and carnal knowledge with a tongue scraper in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Comedian Gary Vider ("Conan," Bridgetown Comedy Festival) joins the podcast to debate who is the biggest creep, how he met his girlfriend ("followed her for three blocks"), and how he destroyed (in a bad way) a clean show by yelling at some developmentally disabled patrons who he thought were just drunk patrons.
Comedian, writer, composer, and musician, Dave Hill (UCB, WFMU) comes on the show to talk about Bohemian Grove, Juggalos, amazing music gigs, drunken demands for payment, the accidental escort girl, and so much more!