With the recent announcement that Crystal Pepsi was going to be returning to stores this summer, Kevin and Ally found themselves thinking back on the very early history of Kevin Klein Live. There were meetings with higher ups about the show’s slogan and somehow the idea of “the choice for a new generation” was on the table, which no one but Kevin and Ally realized was both stupid and very close to a former Pepsi slogan. The battles the show puts up are pretty ridiculous.
Also, Jim Jefferies called in to promote his upcoming Netflix special Freedumb, which will be out tomorrow. Kevin had to ask Jim Jefferies about his hatred of those who eat their fries before eating their burger and if there was a way to fix those who suffer from making poor choices like this. Plus, Jim Jefferies’ Australian heritage was used to our advantage to finally put Dead Eyes to a test to see if he is truly from Australia.
Also on today’s podcast:
- Really Estate tells us about a performance house and a cat wheel
- A scientist admitting we were correct about something
- Guesses on who are the worst drivers this time of year
- And more!