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Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler

a show about stuff guys love, brought to you by the ultimate guy's girl. join aisha tyler (archer, the talk, whose line is it anyway) and her iconoclastic guests for another season of uncensored, unapologetic rants on art, drinking, music, video games, sports, sex, self-destruction, mayhem, and getting sh*t done. plus the weekly installments of “self-inflicted wounds" and "the apologia." girl on guy is stuff. guys. love.
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May 29, 2013

aisha's head has been invaded by billions of tiny biota and she was too sick to record an episode this week. so! enjoy this premium conversation with the wild-eyed and brilliant prince of punk rock, henry rollins. try not to get hit as henry rollins and aisha rant about having nothing to lose, the genius of constant creation, being a nonviolent assbreaker, self-hatred, audience contempt, the power of fear, and escaping a punk band with your life. plus, aisha uses big words to impress henry, and henry is not impressed. girl on guy. don't start nothing, won't be nothing. this is a republish of a previously premium episode from november 2011. visit girlonguy.net to shop amazon and support the show, to preorder "self-inflicted wounds", to donate, and all your podcast needs.

1 Comments
  • almost five years ago
    Robin
    Every interview I hear with Henry Rollins makes me respect him more. The fact that he's an archives nerd is even better. :)