We celebrated Memorial Day for this edition of The Five Count with our own memorial to Randy “Macho Man” Savage. During the show we played Savage’s Be A Man album in its entirety, shared our favorite moments of his life inside and outside of the ring, and spoke with the ghost of “The Mach” over the phone. Rest in peace, Macho Man!
Month: May 2011
This was another two-hour edition of The Five Count, packed with superstar-power. During the first hour we spoke with Senon Williams. Senon is best known as the bass player for the band Dengue Fever. The band combines Cambodian pop music and lyrics with psychedelic rock. Senon was also a member of the band Radar Bros. During the show he talked about forming the band, the trials and tribulations of playing Cambodian music in America, and his new-found love for Minnesota. It was a gas!
During the second hour we spoke with Keith Coogan. Keith is best known for his starring roles in the films Adventures In Babysitting and Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead. He is also the grandson of Jackie Coogan, who played “Uncle Fester” in the TV show The Addams Family. During the show he talked about growing up in Hollywood, his cosmic connection to films about babysitters, and the benefits of being Uncle Fester’s grandson. The dishes were done, man!
We went Commando for this two-hour edition of The Five Count. During the show we discussed the differences between commandos from the jungle and commandos from the suburbs, spoke with the True Punks about going commando on faulty KMSU equipment, and hyped Ton’s upcoming appearance at the Mr. Olympia contest. In case you were confused during the show, we played music from the soundtracks to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Commando and Hulk Hogan’s Suburban Commando. Brilliant!
We celebrated Mother’s Day during this installment of The Five Count with a special interview with Mink Stole. Mink is one of John Waters’ original Dreamlanders and has appeared in almost every one of his films, including Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble, Desperate Living, Polyester, Hairspray, Cry Baby, and Serial Mom. During the show she talked about life on the set of those films, why she hates nuns, and told us about the time John Waters wanted to set her head on fire. We hope your mother enjoyed it!