Normally Rick and Danny are the ones who take questions from callers, but we thought it would be enlightening to flip the script.
Rick: “Is there anything you’re dying to talk about or add to the end of this?”
Danny: “Not dying, but I thought of it just this moment, ‘Goldberg Jones -Divorce For Men.’ If that had been around when I was getting a divorce–and I wouldn’t have even thought I needed it before–if I had ever heard, ‘call this phone number: Goldberg Jones – Divorce For Men,’ I’d have called that in a minute.
“As I grew up in Hollywood and people first started getting divorces–like, you didn’t get a divorce on San Feliciano Drive. In 1972, Mrs. Burmaster got a divorce, and my mom–she told me this not
[Ed. Note: We don’t know who Mrs. Burmaster is either.]
Danny: “It’s been my observation that men don’t do well. Some of it’s their own fault. I don’t know if we’re lazy, or if we just assume they’re going to be beaten down so why not take our beating like a man, but if there had been a Goldberg Jones – Divorce For Men in 2001, I’d have called it and truly believe I would have fared better.“
Danny: “That’s how it’s done!“
Rick: “Mic drop.”
[We swear that we had no idea he was going to say that, but goodness were we stoked when he did!]