Sean “XPac” Waltman is in the Captain’s chair on a busy news day, talking about the OJ Simpson parole hearing with KNBC TV Legal Analyst Royal Oakes, also the suicide of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, “Game of Thrones” and the reaction to “Confederate” the new project from that show’s creators. Then, a conversation about the WWE’s Jinder Mahal saying he has creative control over his WWE character leads to a chat about Disney firing Steve Whitmire, who has been the voice of Kermit the Frog for 27 years and how Sean remembers exerting some creative control during his time with WWE, including how to convince Vince McMahon your idea was actually his so that he would want to do it.
Today’s show started with our own Roxy Striar giving us an exclusive Maria Menounos post-surgery update! After that, guest host, Matt Iseman took us through some interesting topics in his own life including his deep-seeded hatred for musicals, what’s next in his career and whether or not there could be a Baby Iseman on the way anytime soon. Other topics breached this evening include Baby Driver, Big Brother, the Hawaii 5-0 pay discrepancy and Matt Iseman’s horrible luck with contact lenses. In addition, Sean “X-Pac” Waltman sat in on the show and had a VERY` interesting take on the Rob Kardashian vs. Blac Chyna Saga!
Roxy Striar is back in the captain’s chair, starting off with a healthy dose of drug talk, her luck avoiding dog shit and how her luck ran out. She also let everyone in on the planning for her big 4th of July celebration back in Massachusetts. Then, Drexel Heard from BHL’s Political Culture share his thoughts with the crew about Bill Cosby. We also get a “Bachelor in Paradise” update, the controversy over Kyle and Kendall Jenner’s t-shirts, Corey Feldman’s dental emergency, Michelle Rodriguez threatening to leave the Fast and Furious franchise, the potential comeback of Frosted tips and Roxy attending the Spider-Man premiere.
Scheana Marie has the bridge while Captain Undergaro is on a special mission, and she’s surrounded by a full crew of Tomorrow Show personnel including our dear friend Sean “XPac” Waltman, who wanted to let everyone know that he is alive and well, and he’ll tell more on his show on Wednesday. Scheana gives an update on the finalization of her divorce and the dissolution of her marriage, and how she’s no longer attracted to that type, and raves about her current boyfriend, and while she’s not ready to get married, she knows what she would do differently. She also discusses some famous fans of “Vanderpump Rules”, including one who came in over the weekend that she was very excited about.
Our own Sean “XPac” Waltman shares his thoughts on the death and career of “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka, also Kurt Angle getting into the WWE Hall of Fame. Keven and Sean also contrast and compare the old days of wrestling to the modern day. Then, the gang dives in to a video of Captain Lou Albano training with the Fabulous Moolah. There was also a recap of Thursday’s visit from Courtney Stodden, discussion about the arrest of the wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter, differing opinions on the film “Patriots Day”, how Keven self-edits movies to improve upon them, the differences between “Actors”and “Movie Stars”, the new season of “Celebrity Apprentice” and how a visit to the Food Court reaffirmed Keven’s faith in humanity.
Almost the whole crew was reunited tonight to talk about The Most Important Person In The World: YOU! Roxy shares her difficult week and Keven once again teaches us how to turn a seemingly bad situation into a positive one. Sean “X-Pac” Waltman also shares his regrets and reveals whether or not he thinks Triple H would have been as successful without marrying into the family. Later Courtney Stodden joined Keven and crew on the deck of the USS Tomorrow Show to talk about the status of her highly publicized marriage to Doug Hutchinson, as well as the family relationships that have been affected by it her drug and alcohol of choice.
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