On this episode of the Guy and Harley podcast we talk about Harley taking ballet classes at his local gym and making women uncomfortable with his gratuitously hairy body.
Guy opens up the Uber Files again for a strange story about a drunken customer and we have some burning questions about masturbation booths on K-road. We also dissect actor improvisation on film sets, the realities and methods behind spontaneity and just how much can you go off script?
We talk about Guy’s recent Countdown commercial and his hand continuity which Harley has dubbed ‘ketchup-gate’.
Harley has been challenged to a debate by a Christian apologist and some some evangelical American Christians have dedicated an entire hour long podcast to dissecting Harley’s poem 'Gravity'.
Guy reminisces about his favorite Zombie extra from I Survived a Zombie Holocaust and we discuss the toll being a filmmaker has taken on Guy’s personality. Plus we review the new film ‘A Cure For Wellness’ and it’s also Harley’s birthday and he has no one to celebrate it with, will you find the kindness in your heart to buy him a beer?