The Joe Rogan Experience Episode 558 with Honey Honey (and Brian Redban)

Episode Number: 558
Episode Guest: Honey Honey
Original Airdate: October 9, 2014
Episode Sponsors: NatureBox,

Guest Bio: Honey Honey is a band, featuring members Suzanne Santo and Ben Jaffe, from Los Angeles, CA. They are currently recording a new album and can be seen touring all over the world.

Topics Discussed: Boner pills; rhino horns in eastern medicine; bears; sense of smell; animals sent over Niagara Falls; crazy people; mass shootings; White House intruders and shooters; Honey Honey’s ceramic rooster “spirit animal”; touring; writing; new material; voice recognition phones; studying music; rats; Suzanne’s rat story; Alaska; appreciating home; balance; stars; beaches; Hawaii; Uber driver threatens customer with hammer; inspiration; Bob Dylan’s Jesus years; gay religious people; Pete Townshend gay rumors; Fallon Fox; sports with women; Mick Jagger and David Bowie gay rumors; experimenting with the same sex; hunting; masturbation; spitting in girls’ mouths; jets flying over Los Angeles; war; yoga; Native Americans; being single; deodorant; weed; getting old; space travel; Mars; space; the universe; black holes; Boston; the 2012 End of the World show; popularity as a young band; (play song); Graham Hancock; pyramids; asteroid impacts;; AliBaba; chickens; (play song).

My Thoughts: Wow. This episode was a chore to get through. It’s a lovefest like all other episodes with Honey Honey. Joe, Ben, and Suzanne go back and forth telling each other how much they love one another and how awesome they are. Everyone’s drunk and high and can’t stay on a topic. Suzanne interrupts people talking and derails conversations. I don’t care for the music and find her to be exhausting to listen to, but I think an episode with just Ben and Joe could be interesting.

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