Corey Feldman beams aboard the USS Tomorrow Show, and he brought some Angels with him, as he discusses his latest album and upcoming tour, filming the video for “Ascension Millennium”, meeting his wife at the Playboy Mansion, the importance of the Angels and his friendship with Michael Jackson. Keven also discusses the passing of J Geils, virginity, genocide and junkies and then shares more life lessons from Donkey Long and meeting Cher and chatting with Nancy Kerrigan. XPac also discusses some of the lowest times in his life and the importance of a good chicken wing.
Before Keven is whisked away on a Mexican vacation with Karen, he beams onto the bridge to talk to discuss a Roman Rains heel turn with X-Pac. Then, the Tomorrow Show crew is educated with more lessons from Kung Fu, new lessons of Underdog and comes up with an amazing sitcom idea for he and Michael to develop.
Keven starts the show announcing The Tomorrow Show’s partnership with Carolla Digital and Podcast One. Then, the crew revists the notion from Thursday’s show of letting God take the wheel. There’s a discussion on Ashley’s time management (and drink management!), lessons that can be learned from Seinfeld’s Soup Nazi, President Trump’s executive order banning travel from 7 largely Muslim countries for 90 days. XPac raves about this weekend’s Royal Rumble, and takes issue with some text feedback from our own Jared-At-32. There’s also new lessons from Captain Lou, and Roxy finally explains her girl-on-girl experience.
Friend of The Tomorrow Show Sean “X-Pac Waltman” is in studio talking about classic and present-day wrestlers including Bob Backlund, Bret Hart, Brock Lesnar, Sean Michaels, Randy Orton and how he doesn’t believe there are more injuries in wrestling today than in the past.
Sean Waltman, also know as the WWE’s X-Pac, spent more than an hour talking about his upcoming podcast, his career, opening up about the last time he saw Chyna, how the WWE should conduct psych evaluations before hiring wrestlers, how he hated the nickname 1-2-3 Kid, that Kevin Nash checked him into rehab, that Vince McMahon was a great announcer, while the WWE is less fun today, that makes it safer, and his own prospects for the Hall of Fame
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