It’s an Uneasy Edition of ‘The Mix’

Not every edition of The Daily Mix can be happy and peppy and bursting with love (an allusion that should perk up the ears of Odd Couple fans).

Sometimes, interviews are fraught with annoyance, anxiety, despair and such. So it was bound to happen that we came upon an uneasy edition of the show that brings you the best moments from our unmatched mix of social-radio programming.

CAPTION: "They don't know their a - - from a whole in the ground," Jonathan (above) tells us of his fellow Young Hollywoodians.

"They don't know their a - - from a hole in the ground," Jonathan (above) tells us of his fellow Young Hollywoodians.

On tonight’s show, you will learn:

—Why—before telling us that Steve Martin is “just the coolest guy to work with”—Jonathan Bennett, star National Lampoon’s Van Wilder: Freshman Year, says, “There’s a lot of young people out there today who are jerks. They don’t know what they’re doing. They’re not talented.”

—When Mary Jo Buttafuoco says, “He’s like a white-collar sociopath. People trusted their life savings to this man,” who she’s referring to.

—How Halloween 4 star Ellie Cornell —who tells us of her character, “Rachel was to get scissors shoved down her throat. But I said, No way.”—convinced the writers of the horrors series to do her in in a more dignified manner.

—When über-producer Stephen J. Channel says, “You don’t want them to become spoiled or entitled. You want them to he hard workers and care about other people’s feelings, and not become Hollywood brats,” who he’s talking about.

—In what context Brianne Kelly Morgan, who plays Meg Giry in the Sin City production of Phantom of the Opera, says, “Vegas audiences can get a little sketchy.”

—Why Paul Iacono, one of the stars of the big-screen remake of Fame, tells us that his impersonation of the greatest crooner of all time is “nothing too special.”

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

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