Found July 24, 2012 on
The Last Angry Fan:
Still not the strangest thing Brian Wilson has ever done.
This is a spoof of the Funny or Die bit, Between Two Ferns, only this one’s called Uncaged with Sasquatch!, with the mythical beast serving as host. This time around he interviews Giants closer Brian Wilson, except that the segment doesn’t go as planned because Wilson keeps receiving personal phone calls via telephones he brings with along with him. This upsets Sasquatch to the point that he storms off the set.
Cue the hilarity!
Public access television or not, who in their right mind would give Sasquatch his own show, knowing how terrible an interviewer he is. Still better than those clucking hens on The View though.
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Angel Pagan – Play of the year nominee?(Photo courtesy of ESPN)
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