On the seventh episode of "Too Long; Didn't Listen," I sit down with comedian and host of The Goddamn Dave Hill Show on WFMU, Dave Hill, and comedian and former announcer for The Artie Lange Show, Mike Bocchetti.
In addition to talking about Kim Kardashian's Internet-breaking magazine cover, Artie Lange's Twitter incident and that time Dave got Björk to try a Twinkie, we talk about radio shows, British hecklers and listen to Dave make WAY too many jokes about Ray Jay.
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Spoiler alert! Dave reveals the end of "Boardwalk Empire" after I introduce Mike, whose 1920's gangster voice should have had its own role on the show.
01:50 - Everyone Just Calm Down:
We talk about the story that tried to "break the Internet" recently, Kim Kardashian's Paste Magazine cover photo, and why Dave thinks Kim is just returning to her roots. From there we talk about elderly people with tattoos, women who die their hair pink after 30 and Dave talks about his "Beyonce" shoes:
09:50 - So, What's Your Deal?
Is Dave really "just figuring out the knobs and the buttons" on his WFMU show? Did Mike once meet and totally fangirl over Andrew Dice Clay? Does Dave have any idea what his British friends are saying? And does Mike have a ridiculous idea for a legal "Weed palace?" The answers to those questions and more lie ahead.
26:20 - Make It Stop:
Mike gives his take on this "Death by Twitter" phenomenon, aka when comedians like Artie Lange cross a line with their tweets. Dave tells a story about how he once drove Björk around Cleveland and got her try a twinkie, and we all agree that ISIS, Ray Rice, and cat-callers are jerks. Oh, and we talk about vikings.
Check out the archives:
Episode 5: The Lucas Brothers
Episode 4: David Rees
Episode 1: Tom Shillou