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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Watch Brian Wilson's Uncaged With Sasquatch

Posted By on Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 4:00 PM

Brian Wilson always provides a smile.
  • Brian Wilson always provides a smile.

Although injured, Giants' pitcher Brian Wilson loves putting on a good show for his fans. And though we're inclined to grit our teeth at athletes-turned-actors, we just can't get enough of Wilson, especially since he's brought his beastly mate Sasquatch on board.


Two weeks after taking Sasquatch to the ESPY awards, Wilson debuted "Uncaged with Sasquatch" on Break Media. Wilson mocks public access talk shows, taking inspiration from Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns (down to the beard, the cheesy saxophone jingle, and the literal placement between two ferns).

In Wilson's Uncaged debut, Sasquatch asked Wilson, in Sasquatch language of course, about his fears.

"I'm more or less afraid of fear," Wilson said. "So I guess I fear fear."

Sasquatch and Wilson's kindling bromance is pretty evident, too. Squatch lashed out in a jealous rage against B-Weezy's interrupting phone calls.

Watch the first episode of Uncaged with Sasquatch to see Wilson's unconventional sense of humor at its finest.

Whether it be with his beard, his ninja expertise, that skin-tight tuxedo, or his stint with Keenan Cahill, the Weezy never fails to keep us entertained.

You can catch a new episode every Monday on Break Media. 

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