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This installment of The Five Count was guaranteed to drive the girls away! During the show discussed retro video games with our good pal Matt Ezero. Known as “Cygnus Destroyer” on YouTube, Matt is one of today’s premiere video game reviewers and is the host of shows like Cygnus Destroyer’s Retro Reviews, The LJN Defender, and Innocent Until Proven Guilty….

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This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Terry Crews. Terry is perhaps best known for his role as “Hale Caesar” in all three of The Expendables films. He also appeared in films like The 6th Day, Friday After Next, White Chicks, Bridesmaids, and TV shows like Arrested Development, Everybody Hates Chris, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. During…

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During this hard-hitting episode of The Five Count we argued over who was the better Golden Girl, shopped around for impact guns and pneumatic impact wrench sets, did the Icky Shuffle, discussed our favorite Aerosmith songs, and Ton sat in a rocking chair and whittled some wood. He also passed out Werther’s Originals. Pull up a log and listen again…

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During this fine installment of The Five Count we hung up on dozens of people whilst figuring out the new phone interface, tried to figure out why women don’t appreciate Canadian prog rock, drank some Pepsi Blue, partied with The Wishniks, and gave away tickets to see WWE Live at Target Center! The Five Count audience loves their wrestling! Grapple…

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The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with jazz virtuoso Michael B. Nelson. Michael is best known as the leader and trombonist for the horn group The Hornheads. In addition to releasing their own music, Michael & The Hornheads have provided horns for Prince & The New Power Generation since 1991. See them live this Saturday at The…

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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Jason David Frank. Jason is best known for his role as “Tommy Oliver” from the TV show Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. In addition to portraying the “Green Ranger” and “White Ranger” during the first few seasons and films, he’s also a 7th degree black belt in karate and an…

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It was a major sausage fest on this edition of The Five Count. During the show we reminisced about our glory days in the ’80s, discussed the harsh mistress of competitive Super Smash Bros. tournaments, answered a plethora of weird pro wrestling-related questions from the listeners, rekindled our love for Lynyrd Skynyrd, and were joined by Mankato’s favorite sonic sensation,…

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To help tide you over until this Saturday, we’ve once again opened the audio vaults and pulled out an old, soggy episode of the show we thought was lost in the swamps of time. This episode of The Five Count is from Oct. 4, 2008. During this episode, not only did we celebrate Birk’s birthday whilst simultaneously kicking off the…

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This Valentine’s Day edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with John Dunsworth & Pat Roach. John & Pat are best known for their roles as “Jim Lahey” and “Randy” from the TV show Trailer Park Boys. They also starred in the films Trailer Park Boys: The Movie, Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, Trailer Park Boys 3:…

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During this episode of The Five Count we discussed our favorite era of Kenny Loggins’ beard, tried to figure out who Kevin Costner is, played rockin’ tunes through a Talking ALF cassette player, reminisced about the Bonanza Steakhouse, and tried to whip the listeners into shape with the help of Rocky Balboa. It was guaranteed to make you’re special someone…