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Kenny WallaceFormer NASCAR Driver/Analyst Kenny Wallace is one of The Freaks Favorites. And this Freakin’ Flashback from December 2006 is as zany as they come. Wallace can jump from Deliverance banjos to Nelly free style in a sentence or two. This conversation covers the gamut in lifestyle and motor racing. You just can’t believe where this goes. Listen…

Plastic Cup BoyzComedians Na’im Lynn and Will “Spank” Horton, The Plastic Cup Boyz made an hilarious appearance in The Freak Nation Sunday night.  They’re part of the Kevin Hart comic crew that tours with the comedian and actor.  But they also tour on their own as they made clear Sunday night. They also made some wild suggestions for Kenny’s 3 AM stress.  Listen…

Shawn WayansActor/Comedian Shawn Wayans had a hilarious visit to The Freak Nation Sunday night.  But what would you expect from the first family of comedic entertainment? Wayans told some great stories about growing up with nine other siblings, nearly all of whom were interested in a great laugh. Listen…

Daniel MillerL.A. Times Writer & Podcast Host Daniel Miller has investigated a Larger Than Life personality from the Los Angeles streets in the late 1960s. But Big Willie Robinson found a way to calm tensions and bring together diverse community using street racing and political power. It was an odd mix but Miller tells us that Big Willie was an odd man. He introduces him in his podcast, Larger Than Life. Listen…

Adam ConoverAdam Ruins Everything Host Adam Conover visited The Freak Nation Sunday night explaining his popular show on Tru-TV.  Adam Ruins Everything busts myths and “old wives tales” for us. Some are in the mainstream, others are in sports.  He described several that are strongly checked out by the show staff and investigators.  Conover is a fun conversation mixing in his comedic experience with his hosting skills.  Listen…

Corbin BernsenThe Freaks spend a few minutes with actor Corbin Bernsen on the 30th Anniversary of the iconic film Major League. Bernsen was one of the stars including Wesley Snipes, Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Bob Uecker, Rene Russo and Dennis Haysbert. It was an ensemble of stars and some were early in their brilliant careers. Bernsen, in fact, was coming off a popular TV show L.A. Law. He talked about a possible Major League 4. Listen…

P-NutP-Nut is the longtime bassist in the iconic band 311.  The group has been recording and traveling for some 30 years and their fans are all over the world.  He considers himself a musical alchemist who’s worked in several genres of music and had success in all of them, even changing the way the bass is played in several.   Listen…

Ice CubeBig 3 Basketball Officials Ice Cube & Nancy Lieberman were in The Freak Nation this week just as the 3-on-3 league starts its third season.  Ice Cube owns the league and Lieberman coaches winning a championship last year.  The two of them are excited for the start of the new season and what Nancy means to women in sports.  Listen…

Edwin EversMajor League Fishing Winner Edwin Evers made his second trip to The Freak Nation Sunday night. Evers, in fact, is known for more than fishing. He distributes pecans around the world and has as much success at that as he does in catching fish in competition. Evers, with the help of General Tire, is an excellent ambassador for fishing when he’s not actually catching fish! Listen…

SC_FreaksThe Freaks spent several minutes Sunday night reviewing a new documentary, Rapid Response.  It made it’s world debut before the 103rd Indianapolis 500 and it was a shocking film in what it revealed. It was especially touching to Crash Gladys who grew up at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway where her father was part of the medical team before his death.  The important revelation from Rapid Response, however, could be what it said about developments in general sports medicine.  Listen…