Brett Davis, Za Mehta, Janine Garoppolo discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
No spit out the drink hit my mouth, you're really. That's what's at stake here. Yes. Each sector will help piece together my soul once you accomplish each sector. You will get a sector stone. Okay. Nineteen sector stones make up my soul. Oh my God. Please go forth, be careful, and it'll be here watching over you as God. Setting you free sorry to bring you back. I'm still here. So. Yeah. Like, you can hang out. But like, we're setting you free, basically casper where like you have unfinished business or. Yes. I have unfinished business in the city walk. Okay. I can't get into the details. Tell you more as you discover more. Okay. All right. Great. No. That's I will go to hell if you don't do this. Okay. Well, that's a lot to put on us. Perhaps no podcast has followed a more bizarre and self destructive trajectory than the podcast for laundry originally pitched to us as a podcast, do your laundry two. We honestly had no idea what we were getting into over the course of the last year host and laundry obsessive. Brett Davis has been arrested during a live recording gotten married to a bottle of tide detergent and pissed off pretty much every guest that has been unfortunate enough to be booked on the show guests including Janine Garoppolo. Why it's the neck, Tom, sharp, Ling bridie Elliott, and Chris gathered please tolerate the following clip featuring awful Brett and the wonderful sheer za Mehta. You know what I do? I've got if you see my my belt, I've got looks like a little like ninety cellphone holder kinda thick but jam-packed tide pods. Oh does vary. Comedian like, you know, people walk the dog treats, I'm sorta like that. But with tied. Yeah. That's great. Do you hand him out to strangers or use them for yourself to strangers from whatever whatever? Sometimes I'd check. In the laundromat, and it just head and everything. Okay. In here. That's really nice of you. Then if some it's never happened. But if someone's forgot my launch your mad. My card and my detergent, it'd be hey, tell some type owed, well, that's like a commercial for tide pods. I'd be worried that they would melt do commercials. Don't any. Well. Yeah. I do I used to do more than I do now. But yes, do you know? Advertising agencies. Not like, I don't have good relationships with anybody know of some are you looking for sponsorship will. Yeah. But I think I have a lot of great laundry detergent, commercially deals. There was one commercial Edison for actually for tied. It didn't get it. But I for it. And it was like a mom role. You had to like be with a kid who was messy and those dishes with other kids are always weird because you don't know the kid their mom is there, and you're trying to like convince them to like chill out and be okay. With new adult in this very strange situation. Interesting. There was one I did for love I had to hold a baby. And that was very strange live baby ahead of hold alive, baby. And they were like the casting people were asking me questions. Like, do you like kids you like being kids, and I'm like holding it as far as possible like? This is a blast for me. And it wasn't because it was wet very wet baby. One baby kind of being passed around. I think they had multiple babies being restaurant. I think that maybe maybe a couple additions, and then they're like, okay, we get we get what that babies deal is. And then they bring it another baby. Do still have your sides. I don't know. Would have been a fun segment. Yeah. Sorry. This like sort of living your dream. Yeah. I mean, I've done other stuff since then. But I could be the baby you could hold me like a little baby. Now, a little bigger than maybe. But. But I could be a little baby. When you on to eat on the baby didn't have lines. It was just it was just the adult that had the line so babysat their cou could cou could. Do you want to improve this? You're okay. Yeah. Let's it. Wow. I get in your lap. No. You say right there. Okay. We'll just pretend that you are in my lap. Okay. All right. As a busy mom. I don't have time to just clean up all the time. When I'm on the go..