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Russell Brand: Interesting Interview

(the prank phone call referred to in the interview)

10 Responses to “Russell Brand: Interesting Interview”

  1. Martin says:

    Phone call kinda sucks, and he seems coked up in both, but the interview is pretty fascinating. He’s a smart guy, but I agree with the interviewer that he may the flame that burns too brightly. Reminds me of Sheen a bit, not necessarily in a negative way.

  2. anghus says:

    he’s a smart guy but he still makes excuses.

    the difference between what brand does and what a papparazzi shooting his wife’s private areas is not nearly as varied as he claims.

  3. Martin says:

    Anghus, I dunno.. As I said, it’s a lot like Sheen. I think Russell is just epic-trolling. He kinda means some of what he says, but only to a degree, and certainly not all of it. Mostly I just think he’s an absurdist, and loves to react to people in imaginative ways.

  4. Dean says:

    Let’s not forget the same time this silly little story was monopolising every news outlet in the uk… The British Government was in the midst of giving the biggest banking bailout in the history of mankind.

    Guess which story the British people were more angry about?

  5. sanj says:

    great interview – good speaker – reminds me of Robin Williams

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