It’s a Misbehaved Edition of ‘The Mix’

The Daily Mix is heeding the words of the great Cole Porter this week, namely by throwing convention to the wind and shouting, “Let’s misbehave!”

That’s right: the show that brings you the best moments from our unmatched mix of social-radio programming is highlighting the naughty boys and girls who’ve recently populated our airwaves.

CAPTION: "It really was a horrible thing she did," Jenny (above) tells us of her knife-wielding interviewee's action.

"It really was a horrible thing she did," Jenny (above) tells us of her knife-wielding interviewee's deed.

You’ll learn, for instance:

-During her 12 years as a daytime TV talk queen, what was the strangest question Jenny Jones ever asked a guest. (Hint: it involved Lorena Bobbitt).

-Who funnyman Mo Alexander is ripping into when he says, “I’m goin’ to my high school reunion tonight. I know you wish you could. But your high school reunion is slavery, you old #%$@!

-In the response to what story by which BTR host actress Joanna Cassidy exclaims, “Oh my gosh! You could be breaking up a marriage at this very point, do you realize that?”

-Why The Gap Band frontman “Uncle Charlie” Wilson‘s wife said of a hunk she spied in the street, “Did you see them abs he got?”

-When Matthew Vadum of the D.C. watchdog group Capital Research Center says, “She’s not particularly thoughtful. She’s not particularly brilliant – or well-spoken,” which recently-appointed U.S. Supreme Court judge he’s referring to.

-In what context True Blood castmember Jim Parrack says, “I was going to say, ‘Any way he blows himself,’ but I think maybe, that’s not what I meant to say.”

-What the reason was that MC Hammer‘s fellow rap artists accused him of selling out during his heyday.

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight – and every Monday – at 9 p.m. ET!

To tune in, click here.

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