This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Diamond Dallas Page. DDP is a former three-time WCW Heavyweight Champion, WWE Tag Team Champion, and has appeared in films like Ready To Rumble and The Devil’s Rejects. He is also the creator of the DDPYOGA program. During the show he explained how he got started in wrestling, discussed forming a tag team with Jay Leno, and tried to talk Ton into joining his yoga program. When Ton refused, DDP offered him a Diamond Cutter as a consolation prize. Feel the bang!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Prince Markie Dee. Markie Dee is best known as one-third of the legendary hip hop group, The Fat Boys. He also starred in the films Krush Groove and Disorderlies, and produced albums for several artists including Mariah Carey and Mary J. Blige. During the show he talked about the early days of hip hop, the death of the Human Beat Box, and ripping off Freddy Krueger’s nose. As an added bonus, The Fat Boys’ Kool Rock-Ski also joined us on the air. Two Fat Boys for the price of one!
This installment of The Five Count featured s an exclusive interview with Linnea Quigley. Linnea is best known for her role as “Trash” in the film The Return Of The Living Dead. She also appeared in the films Night Of The Demons, A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, Savage Streets, and Silent Night, Deadly Night. During the show she told us how she started in the business, shared stories about her horror workout video, and we discussed why Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 is one of the worst film ever made. She also talked a lot about her nipples. That was Ton’s favorite part!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Suzi Quatro. Suzi’s musical career has spanned six decades and she is best known for her hit singles Can The Can, 48 Crash, Devil Gate Drive, and Stumblin’ In. She is also known for her roll as “Leather Tuscadero” on the TV show Happy Days. During the show she described how she started in the business, her days on Happy Days, and how she influenced today’s female rockers. Ton wore a leather jumpsuit in celebration.
This was a special two-hour edition of The Five Count. During the first hour we shared some laughs, made some new friends, and went on an amazing adventure with Pac-Man. The second hour featured an exclusive interview with Alex Winter. Alex is best known for his role as “Bill S. Preston, Esq.” in the films Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey. He has also appeared in the films Freaked, The Borrowers, Death Wish 3, and The Lost Boys. During the interview he discussed the possibility of a third Bill & Ted film, Mr. T wearing a dress on the set of Freaked, and the possible whereabouts of the shirtless sax player from The Lost Boys. Party on, dudes!
Summer heat got you down? Why not check out our exclusive interview with Steve Slavkin? Steve is the writer, producer, and voice of “Dr. Kahn” for the Nickelodeon show Salute Your Shorts. He was also a writer for other TV shows including Even Stevens, Extreme Ghostbusters, and Power Rangers: Ninja Storm. Stay cool!
We celebrated Independence Day for this edition of The Five Count. To help us celebrate, we brought in the one and only Burt Young. Burt is best known for his role as “Paulie” in all six Rocky films. He has also appeared in several other films, including Across 110th Street, Chinatown, Back To School, Convoy, Going Overboard, and Amityville II: The Possession. During the show he discussed how he landed in Hollywood, what it was like working with Sylvester Stallone and the other Rocky cast members, and why you should seriously consider buying some of his paintings for your home. God bless America!
We were joined by two more celebrity guests for this special Father’s Day edition of The Five Count. First up we chatted with our good pal Butterbean. Butterbean is a five-time World Toughman Heavyweight Champion. During his boxing career he held the IBA Super-Heavyweight title and the WAA Heavyweight title. He also competed at WWE’s Wrestlemania XV. During the show he chatted about his career in the ring, why he’s proud to be an American, and announced an open challenge to Mike Tyson. Let us know if you accept, Mike.
Next up we were joined on the show by Robbie Rist. Robbie is best known for his role as “Cousin Oliver” on the TV show The Brady Bunch. He also appeared in the film Iron Eagle and provided the voice of “Michelangelo” for all three of the live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films. During the show he discussed what it was like on the set of The Brady Bunch, being known as “Cousin Oliver” after so many years, and why he’s so popular is Spain. Dustin pissed him off by asking about his sex life.
This edition of The Five Count featured a special interview with Adolfo “Shabba Doo” Quiñones. Shabba Doo is best known for his role as “Ozone” in the films Breakin’ and Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo. He was also a founder of the dance group known as The Original Lockers. During the show he discussed the early days of break-dancing, his feud with Lorenzo Lamas, and the possibility of a new Breakin’ film in the works. Ton hopes to be cast as an extra!
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!