The theme of today's radio show was madness. Madness in the Middle East. Madness in the government. And madness in Randy Quaid's spooky undisclosed bunker.
For some reason, Randy Quaid and his wife Evgina are attacking News Corp. owner Rupert Murdoch in a disturbing video.
"Hi. I’m Randy Quaid, and this is my wife Evi," he said. "I helped media giants News Corp and Warner Brothers Entertainment earn well over a billion dollars for the films Independence Day and Christmas Vacation."
"What did I get in return?"
"A Warner Brothers exec, Bruce Berman, stole my house. And News Corp’s The New York Post continues to smear me to high heaven with a pack of lies. For good measure, Warner Brothers even had my wife and I falsely arrested six times by TMZ."
"Evi and I have been put through a living hell. A living hell of biblical proportion. So how do we retaliate? What do we do? Well, I still have a few tricks, too."
Quaid then put a Rupert Murdoch mask on his wife and simulated sex with her as a dog barked in the background.
Watch the video below (CAUTION GRAPHIC):
The duo believe they are being targeted by an organization called the "Star Whackers". The Quaids blame "Star Whackers" for the death of Heath Ledger and David Carradine.
"It's crazy town. It is absolute crazy town," Glenn said.
Is there any truth to any of this?
Stu explained, "As far as the 'New York Post', who is constantly on his case, obviously that's Rupert Murdoch. [Murdoch] is afraid of this plot coming out, wants to make Randy Quaid look insane, and so [The New York Post has] posted a bunch of different articles about [Quaid]. They have, in fact, talked about one of [the Quaid's] musicals that Randy Quaid apparently got a job for called 'Lone Star Love'. Randy was doing all sorts of vile things apparently, according to the "New York Post", and the producers of the $6.5 million musical had to close the show in Seattle, complaining the couple highjacked the production. We don't know what exactly happened. However, the result was he was banned by the Actors' Equity Association and fined over $81,000. But again, that was probably Rupert Murdoch too."
Makes total sense, right?
*This post has been updated for clarity