In a show recorded January 10th, Brian and Jeff travel back to the Music Village in South Bend, Indiana to interview WNDU news anchor Maria Catanzarite. Maria discusses growing up in South Bend, going to school at Cornell, wanting to work for ESPN, losing weight, depression and eating disorders, why she almost became a nun, favorite music, and more.
The G.O.A.T. (of The G.O.A.T. and Your M.O.M. fame) agreed to answer our shitty questions, and with us discussed these topics and others: The upcoming Ass to Mouth tour, why you never see retarded Asians, Slayer and AC/DC, the girl who threw up on Brian’s cock and couch, “Quack Like a Duck”, and much more.
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Jeremy Newberger is a two-time Emmy award nominated filmmaker, CEO of Ironbound Films, and co-director of Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie, in select theaters, On Demand, and on iTunes now. In addition to “Evocateur,” Jeremy discusses his time interning for “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” giving disastrous page tours at NBC, and what kind of mutants showed up for Right Online 2010. We had an absolute blast conducting this interview, and we can’t wait to have Jeremy back.
This week, we’ll happily be interviewing Jeremy Newberger, one of the three directors of Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie, a fine documentary about one of the greatest rises and flame outs in media history.
Chef Todd helped us kick off season 7 of TGO Radio with a 36 minute interview, where we discussed his show, the San Francisco 49ers, Pulp Fiction, and too much more. He was a lot of fun and we can’t wait to have him back when season two of The United States of Bacon ramps up later this year.
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