The Brilliantly Dumb Show’s Greatest Moments, Thus Far
It’s crazy to think that it was only five months ago that The Brilliantly Dumb Show and BroBible joined forces to ramp up and try and make a splash in the podcast world. As we continue to keep reeling in guests and keep the content flowing, we decided to take a look back at some of the best moments and guests we have had on the show. From Michael B. Jordan to Jon Taffer, GAta the rapper, Jimmy Tatro and Christian Pierce, to Kevin Connolly and more, we have had guests in all different industries in the world of entertainment.
Favorite Interview: Navy Seal Robert J. O’neill
It’s really hard to pick the top interview out of the guests we have had, but as I look back on this video it is hard to deny that sitting down with the man that killed Osama Bin Laden was one of the most surreal moments we have had. As a kid who grew up in New Jersey I will never forget the effect that the tragedy of 9/11 had on New York, the United States, and the entire world. This interview was an incredible moment for both me and the show that we will never forget.
Funniest Interview: Forrest Galante
Galante, who is a host on Animal Planet, has an undeniable love for animals and was kind enough to give us a tour of his animal-filled Santa Barbara home. The beauty of this entire interview is that I am scared shitless of just about any animal outside of a dog. Me being so out of my element throughout the whole tour led to some incredible content that the show will definitely cherish forever.
Best Sports Interview: Deron Williams
I am happy to say the former NBA superstar is a friend of mine and it showed in the interview. There was nothing off limits with Williams. He dove into his 2008 Olympics appearance with guys like Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, and LeBron James. It was a tell-all interview that really gave some insight into what the behind the scenes of NBA life is like.
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