This episode of The Five Count was our “Tribute to Dead Guys” for 2016. During the show we paid tribute to all our favorite people who died over the past year, decided Prince was the biggest loss of 2016, planned our own tributes for when one of us dies, and closed the books on another successful year of great radio. Happy New Year from The Five Count! We hope you survive 2017!
This was a special “leftover turkey” edition of The Five Count. During the show we talked turkey, Ton told a story about old ladies taking dumps at the grocery store, we discussed what type of music the pilgrims listened to, explained why Ton loves Eric Clapton so much, and gave the listeners a refresher course in friendship, safety, health and manners. You’ll be back on track, just in time for Santa!
This installment of the show was The Five Count’s 2016 Election Special! During the show we played our favorite presidential tunes, we discussed all our favorite presidents from past and present, checked to see how Harambe was doing in the polls, Ton reminisced about his time as president of the Yngwie Malmsteen Fan Club, and we reminded the listeners to vote or die. We made great radio great again!
This edition of The Five Count was our special Halloween extravaganza! During the show we played some hella-scary tunes, spoke on the phone with Predator about our favorite Halloween costumes, told stories about shooting pumpkins with Super Soaker’s full of gasoline, and tried our best to scare up some pledge dollars for KMSU. It’s frightening how much money we raised! Happy Halloween!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview WWE’s Xavier Woods. Xavier is best known as part of the WWE tag team The New Day. He’s also a former TNA World Tag Team Champion and a current WWE Tag Team Champion. During the show he discussed being part of The New Day, the state of tag team wrestling today, his YouTube channel UpUpDownDown, and why his dream opponent is 2 Cold Scorpio. See Xavier and The New Day at WWE Monday Night Raw on Oct. 24 at Target Center in Minneapolis.
During the rest of the show we spoke with a time traveler on the phone, Dustin discussed his excitement over seeing Vanilla Ice in concert, Ton prepared his last will and testament in case he dies before next week’s show, and we listened to some spooky Halloween stories. We’re you favorite radio hollow weenies!
This edition of The Five Count doubled as Ton’s bachelor party. During the show we played all our favorite songs about girls, discussed building a Ton robot like the film Weird Science, reminisced about all the women who have come through The Five Count studios over the years, and mourned the loss of our female demographic now that Ton is off the market. Sorry, ladies!
This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Corey Feldman. Corey is best known for starring in films like The Goonies, Stand By Me, The Lost Boys, License to Drive, and Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. He’s also released several albums, including his latest one Angelic 2 the Core. During the show he discussed how his music career began, the process of recording his latest album, and the prospects of a Goonies sequel. Goonies never die!
During the rest of the show we told the story of how Ton died from mixing Pop Rocks and Coca-Cola in the early ’90s, discussed how much better the films released in the summer of 1986 are than the films now, Ton voiced his displeasure for actor Jason Statham, and we paid tribute to the late Gene Wilder. Good day, sir!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actress Charlotte Stewart. Charlotte is best known for her roles as “Miss Beadle” on Little House on the Prairie and “Betty Briggs” on Twin Peaks. She’s also appeared in films like Eraserhead, Human Highway, Tremors, Slums of Beverly Hills, and Speedway with Elvis Presley. During the show she discussed her time on Little House on the Prairie, her memories of filming Human Highway with Neil Young and Devo, and her new book Little House in the Hollywood Hills: A Bad Girl’s Guide to Becoming Miss Beadle, Mary X, and Me. It’s available at bookstores now!
During the rest of the show we yelled at the Minnesota Vikings for making us late to the show, reminisced about the Kiss concert we recently attended, discussed the reasons Ton took a lengthy sabbatical from The Five Count 10 years ago, spoke with the proprietor of Denver Bikram Yoga, and celebrated Ton’s birthday by drinking Ecto Cooler and playing all his favorite dance songs. Happy Birthday Ton!
During this episode of The Five Count we battled severe weather and packs of angry dogs, tried to decide what movie Ton went to see 10 years ago instead of doing the show, discussed whose early death benefited their music career the most, explained the dangers of Pokémon Go, and played our favorite songs about dogs. It was audio Rude Dog!