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An Evening With Tesla’s Brian Wheat…

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musician Brian Wheat. Brian is best known as the bassist for the band Tesla. Known for hits like Modern Day Cowboy, Love Song, Signs, and What You Give, Tesla has been touring the globe since the early ‘80s. During the show he discussed the longevity of the band, why they enjoy playing in Minnesota, and Tesla’s new album Shock. See Tesla live at The Myth in Maplewood, Minn. on May 31!

During the rest of the show we explained which Guns N’ Roses Use Your Illusion album was best, discussed our favorite John Candy moments, heard the tale of Fred Flintstone’s birthday party, and griped about the lack of people wanting to give us money on Patreon. It’s a sound investment, folks!

An Evening With Dionne Warwick…

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with singer Dionne Warwick. Dionne is best known for hits like That’s What Friends Are For, Walk on By, I Say a Little Prayer, and (Theme From) Valley of the Dolls. She’s also won numerous Grammy awards and was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. During the show she discussed her memories of recording We Are the World, working with Donald Trump on the TV show The Celebrity Apprentice, and her new album She’s Back. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we discussed misconceptions about Saint Patrick’s Day, the proper ways to poison a hotdish, and ranked our favorite chewing gum commercial jingles. We want our black ninja and we want him now!

A Chat With Hoarders’ Dr. Robin Zasio…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with Dr. Robin Zasio. Dr. Zasio is best known as part of the TV show Hoarders. She’s also the owner and director of The Anxiety Treatment Center in Sacramento, California. Season 10 of A&E’s Hoarders is airing now!

An Evening With Actor Dan Fogler…

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Dan Fogler. Dan is best known for his roles as “Marvin Goldberg” on the TV show The Goldbergs and as “Luke” on the TV show The Walking Dead. He’s also appeared in films like Balls of Fury, Take Me Home Tonight, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. During the show he discussed having the ability to tackle different types of roles, being “Uncle Marvin” on The Goldbergs, and being a part of the new season of The Walking Dead. Check out season nine on AMC!

During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite breakfast cereals, wrestled with the idea of whether or not it was OK to still listen to Michael Jackson, and paid tribute to King Kong Bundy. We wouldn’t be called “The Five Count” if it weren’t for Bundy!

An Evening With Actresses Marion Ross & Diane Franklin…

This episode of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two Hollywood starlets. First we were joined by actress Marion Ross. Marion is best known for her role as “Marion Cunningham” on the TV show Happy Days. She’s also appeared on TV shows like Gilmore Girls, That ‘70s Show, King of the Hill, and SpongeBob SquarePants. During the show she discussed the longevity of Happy Days, being the voice of SpongeBob’s grandma, growing up in Minnesota, and her new book “My Days: Happy and Otherwise.” Get your copy today!

Next we were joined by actress Diane Franklin. Diane is best known for her role as “Monique” in the film Better Off Dead and “Patricia Montelli” in the film Amityville II: The Possesion. She’s also appeared in films like Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, The Last American Virgin, and TerrorVision. During the show she discussed playing more dramatic roles later in her career, the possibility of appearing in a third installment of Bill & Ted, and her new film The Amityville Murders. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite movie sequels, shared embarrassing stories of Ton’s propensity for peeing his pants at the movie theater, and Ton gushed over Dustin’s recent foray in classic rock radio. We went deep at the top!

A Chat With WWE’s Jeff Hardy…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with WWE Superstar Jeff Hardy. Known as one-half of the team “The Hardy Boyz” with his brother Matt, Jeff has wrestled for the WWE as far back as 1994. He’s also a former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, WWE Champion, WWF/World Tag Team Champion, WWF/E Intercontinental Champion, and TNA World Heavyweight Champion. See Jeff Hardy as part of WWE Live Road to Wrestlemania on Mar. 2 in Minneapolis at Target Center!

Shout With The Five Count…

During this episode of The Five Count we shouted until we were hoarse, spoke with an East Coast caller about starting a goulash club, mourned the death of Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane, and gave away tickets to WWE Live in Minneapolis at Target Center. Also, Ton was dressed like Andrew Dice Clay!

A Chat With The Youngbloods’ Jesse Colin Young…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with musician Jesse Colin Young. Jesse is best known as the founder and lead singer of the band The Youngbloods. Known for songs like Get Together, Running Bear, and Darkness, Darkness, Jesse has also had a successful solo career. His new album Dreamers is available now!

An Evening With Saturday Night Live’s Garrett Morris…

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Garrett Morris. Garrett is best known as a member of the original cast of Saturday Night Live. He’s also appeared in films like Car Wash, The Stuff, and TV shows like Martin and 2 Broke Girls. During the show he discussed his longevity as an actor, his memories of filming The Stuff, and his new film Grand-Daddy Day Care. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we discussed the ins and outs of Monster Jam’s monster truck racing, complained about spending Valentine’s Day at KMSU, and explained how Ton’s conscience is represented by George Thorogood. Angel George and Devil George sit on his shoulders and help him make tough decisions!

An Evening With Megadeth’s David Ellefson & Anthrax’s Frank Bello…

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musicians David Ellefson & Frank Bello. David is best known as the bassist of Megadeth. Frank is best known as the bassist for Anthrax. Together they form the band Altitudes & Attitude. During the show they discussed how Altitudes & Attitude came to be, their new album Get It Out, and what’s next for their respective bands. Get the album Get It Out on Megaforce Records!

During the rest of the show we scoured the internet for Inspector Gadget toys, discussed which concerts we would go back to if we had a time machine, and reminisced about the days when everyone had a waterbed. If you have one you’re looking to get rid of, please contact Ton immediately!