The Five Count recently had the chance to interview actor Richard Belzer. Richard is best known for his role as “John Munch” on the TV shows Homicide: Life on the Streets and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He also appeared in films like The Groove Tube, Night Shift, Girl 6, and Scarface. His new book “Corporate Conspiracies: How Wall Street Took Over Washington” is available now!
This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Marc Summers. Marc is best known as the former host of the Nickelodeon shows Double Dare and What Would You Do? He also worked on the Food Network shows Unwrapped, Dinner Impossible, and Restaurant Impossible. During the show he discussed how he started working for Nickelodeon, the impact he had on kids who grew up in the ‘80s and ‘90s, and various projects he has in the works now. Then, we took the physical challenge!
During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite game shows, complained about the lineup for the upcoming Warped Tour, reminisced about the great fashions of the ‘80s, and Ton gushed over his love for the film Caddyshack. We double dare you to listen to the whole show!
The Five Count recently chatted with actress Miriam Morales. Miriam is best known for her role as “Pidge” on the Netflix series Orange is the New Black. She also appeared on TV shows like Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, An Ornament of Faith, and Unfaithful: Stories of Betrayal.
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Don Most. Don is best known for his portrayal of “Ralph Malph” on the TV show Happy Days. He’s also appeared on TV shows like Baywatch, CHiPs, The Love Boat, Glee, and Star Trek: Voyager. His new album D Most: Mostly Swinging is available now!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Micky Dolenz. Micky is best known as the drummer and singer of The Monkees. In addition to the hit TV show The Monkees, the band is also known for hits like I’m a Believer, Last Train to Clarksville, Pleasant Valley Sunday, and Daydream Believer. During the show he discussed hoe he became a member of The Monkees, the steps they had to take to get control of their own music, and his acting and voice-over career. You can meet Micky at the Wizard World Comic Con in Minneapolis this weekend! We are now believers!
During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite toys that utilized slime/ooze, set up a GoFundMe page so Ton can ride a Harley on the moon, fantasized about the band Manowar playing big band music, and rejoiced in Ton’s new glasses. He now looks like Clark Griswold!
This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Phil Moore. Phil is best known as the host of the Nickelodeon game show Nick Arcade. He also worked on several other shows including All That, Weinerville, Figure It Out, and Aqua Kids. During the show he discussed getting his start on MTV’s Remote Control, the technology involved on Nick Arcade, why people are so nostalgic for ‘90s Nickelodeon, and his work on starting a new show called Battle Arcade. After that we headed to The Video Zone!
During the rest of the show we discussed the one-year anniversary of the death of Prince, reminisced about our favorite arcade games, fielded some phone calls from distraught callers, and begged for money for the KMSU Pledge Drive. We made some beaucoup dolares!
The Five Count recently had a chance for a quick chat with actor Bryan Callen. Bryan is best known as an original cast member of the TV show MADtv and for his role as “Coach Meller” on the TV show The Goldbergs. He also appeared in films like The Hangover, The Hangover Part II, and Bad Santa.
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Sebastian Bach. Sebastian is best known as the former singer for Skid Row. In addition to a successful solo career, he’s also appeared in numerous films and TV shows including Trailer Park Boys and Gilmore Girls. During the show he shared some wild stories about being on tour, discussed the success of his acting career, and expressed his interest in getting back into Skid Row. All that and more is available in his new book “18 and Life on Skid Row.”
During the rest of the show we explained how we’re able to keep up the show’s level of quality after so many years, discussed our favorite board games, tried to determine if Dustin was too ugly to be on the radio, and basically kicked-off 2017 in a great-radio fashion. It’s gonna be a great year!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor David Newell. David is best known for his role as “Mr. McFeely” on the TV show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. In addition to working with Fred Rogers for more than 30 seasons of Mister Rogers, David is also the inspiration for the “Mr. McFeely” character on the animated show Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. During the show he discussed how he became Mr. McFeely, the impact Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood has had on children over the years, and his work with the Fred Rogers Company, Speedy Delivery!
During the rest of the show we battled -50 wind chills, Dustin discussed the minutiae of his collectible spoon collection, Ton told a story about the time he stabbed a guy for stealing his cassette tapes, and we learned some important life lessons from Mr. Rogers. Always remember, you can never go down the drain!
This installment of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two celebrity guests. First we were joined by Broadcast Hall of Famer Rick Dees. Rick is the host of the internationally-syndicated radio show The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown. He’s also released several albums over the years and is the man behind the 1976 smash Disco Duck. During the show he talked about his thoughts on the evolution of the radio business, his music career, and discussed his new book “Rick Dees All-Time Top 40 Greatest Desserts.” Available at bookstores now!
After that we were joined by actor Cary Elwes. Cary is Best known for his role as “Westley” in the film The Princess Bride. He’s also appeared in films like Days of Thunder, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and Saw. During the show he discussed the legacy of The Princess Bride, his memories of working with Andre the Giant, and his new book “As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride.” Also available at bookstores now!
During the rest of the show we discussed the benefits of adding Predator to NASCAR, what happens to ninjas when they have a dry cough, and our excitement over the reuniting of the band Nitro. Ton was dressed like the dad from Home Alone.