Daniel Franzese played Damian in Mean Girls so yes, I will spend the rest of his bio shoehorning Mean Girls quotes into his recent work. He was on the episode of Party Down with the closeted gay football player (you might say he was “too gay to function”). He is a frequent curator of art galleries (I know what you’re thinking, “social suicide!”) and is currently performing in Jersey Shoresical at the Groundlings theater (although, “he doesn’t even go [there]!”). One last thing: HE WANTS HIS PINK SHIRT BACK! Boy, that was fun!
July 15, 2016
Welcome to Wrong Island with your host Deb Deraze (Daniel Franzese)! It’s the show where we talk about everything wrong with the beautiful place of Long Island. This week Long Island revenge expert Gloria Benzavenga stops by to share tips on how to get revenge on others for embarrassing karaoke moments, Facebook Live IRL, and more. Plus, Traci Reardon speaks to the youth listeners as she answers Twitter questions on revenge in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”
This episode is sponsored by Casper Mattresses and Magoosh.
November 28, 2011
What is there to do between Thanksgiving and Christmas? Well you can go see movies, you can eat leftovers, or you could listen to The Apple Sisters! I think you know which one we recommend. Oh, and don’t worry listeners, there is still time to donate to The Apple Sisters’ Pledgemusic page! I mean, what else are you going to do with your time?
July 11, 2011
The Apple Sisters have left their cozy den in Los Angeles and have ventured off to the seedy city of sin: Las Vegas! Distracted by shiny hotels and fancy breakfast buffets the girls are caught off guard by a very sensual beagle and his ties to a secret society. Can the sisters survive this scary situation? Listen in and you’ll find out!
July 7, 2011
Today we take a not-so-glamorous look at the seedy underbelly of, you guessed it, the theatre! The artform, as beautiful as it may be, is condusive to some of the most disgusting behavior imaginable and Drew, Daniel and Karen have seen it all. From the overzealous organ players to the children’s entertainer trying to make it in an adult production, we know how it goes. From serious performers like Richard Simmons and the Snapple lady to sad trainwrecks like the Jersey Shore folks, it’s all here. Everything but Reno Sweeney who was thankfully not cast in this episode.