Ben and Skin Show
With now just 3 episode left in Breaking Bad, The Ben and Skin show gives their thoughts on the latest episode of the best television show of all-time.
It’s another KT Game Show, this time the debut of Ben and Skin Show Double Dare, featuring Gavin Dawson, Chris Arnold, and Jeff Cavanaugh. Who will prevail in this match up of trivia and radio challenges!
The Fake Monte Kiffin calls a Houston sports talk radio station, and the crew discusses the rumored use of angel dust by murder suspect Aaron Hernandez.
After pranking RJ Choppy last week, Ben has his prank radar on due to a rumor on the streets that RJ is planning to pull off an upper decker in Ben’s bathroom.
“Ben is broken hearted at the news that world famous survivalist Bear Grylls ditched him this morning, and he also explains his very uncomfortable Apple TV dilemma.”
Ben unveils his forgotten speech from Sausage Fest, while KT admits to stealing a few lines from the great Ron Swanson in his powerful speech from the previous day.
Brendan works his magic again as he plays nothing but drops in a phone call to New School’s RJ Choppy, who thinks it’s Ben on the other line having a casual conversation.
Butter up those beautiful earlobes, because in this edition of The Popcorn Trick, Skin ranks his top five teen movies of all-time.
Other Parts of The Paper: David Dewhurst-“After tracking the story all week, Brendan uncovers some audio of the lieutenant governor of Texas trying to get a family member out of jail.”
Actor/Comedian Kevin Pollak does his world famous Christopher Walken impersonation when he stops by the studio to chat with Ben and Skin about his career, Breaking Bad, and the art of stand up comedy.
“The best songs of the millennium according to the website Grantland have been inserted into a bracket, and the Ben and Skin show are putting their own spin on things beginning with the 2000-2003 bracket.”
Skin’s Power Rankings-“On this edition of Skin’s Power Rankings, Skin spends a large amount of time talking about doo doo. That’s right, the biggest beast in college football, JaDeveon Clowney!”