Is there a reboot in the future for the hit sitcom, Family Matters? Thats’s what we asked Shawn Harrison (Waldo Geraldo Faldo) when he called the show. Listen here!
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5 years ago
2015 was a big year for us…or should we say…YOUGE. While there are way too many standout moments to talk about, we posted five of our favorites below. We hope you enjoy them!
This year, Eric started a new game that we just can’t get enough of. Just when you thought you knew everything, along comes Glingo!, to test your knowledge of gay lingo. Think you have what it takes to win a game of Glingo! and win the honor of being Gay for the Day? Check out the games’ debut on the show:
4. B-Hamp on the show
Hamp has been a friend of the show for years but has not been in studio since 2011. That all changed in September when, Mr. Ricky Bobby himself, walked through our doors. It’s always a great time when he’s on the show, and this was no different. Check out the show below:
3. Alexis – Bobby’s Superfan
This year, we met Bobby’s “superfan” Alexis. She wrote him for months and Michael finally arranged for her to come to the studio to surprise Bobby. This is what happened:
2. I Don’t Know My Daddy
You never know what’s going to happen when you’re out on the street! After talking to dozens of people at a park for Father’s Day, one girl makes Chris Sapphire speechless…which is very hard to do. Check it out:
1. Flesh-n-Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
Sitting down with a hip-hop pioneer was certainly one of the most, if not THE most, biggest highlights of 2015. Flesh gave us a incredible one hour interview and you can hear it all below:
We’re looking forward to what is to come in 2016!
6 years ago
Brooklyn based artist, KATSU, created a poo-trait of Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg using his own feces. Yes, you read that right. The (painting?) is part of the “Remember the Future” exhibition at The Hole (we’re not making that up either) in Manhattan and runs until February 22nd.
KATSU describes his crappy work as a “meticulous renderings of tech giants in control of more information than the government created from the compromising bio-matter of the artist.” This is not the first time he’s hated on Mark. In 2013, the artists put posters around New York featuring Zuckerberg with a chipped tooth and a black eye.
“Mark is Mark. He’s this mutation, this gross aspiration everyone idolizes,” said KATSU. “His face has reach. He deserves to be ridiculed.”
We gotta admit, it’s not bad.