Legends TV with Evan Ginzburg (2013)

Early on a Saturday morning, I would wake up before the sun rose, still feeling the effects of the drinks from the night before. I dragged myself out of bed, knowing I had an important interview at Madhouse TV Studios in Long Island. This was an opportunity to discuss the Bud and Roach Show, and I made it a mission to never miss an opportunity. We had been through some trials and tribulations, and I was excited to share our story with Evan Ginzburg, a friend and media personality. As I got in the car and headed towards the studio, I tried to shake off the hangover, but it was no use. The drive was long and tedious, and the quiet hum of the engine only made me more anxious. I knew I had to pull myself together, but the thought of sitting in a live TV studio, on camera, trying not to show how messed up I was, only made my anxiety worse. When I arrived at the studio, I was greeted by Evan and the crew, who were all friendly and welcoming. I tried my best to put on a brave face, but the air conditioning in the studio only made it more difficult to stop twitching on camera. I could feel the sweat pouring down my face, and I knew that the audience would be able to see right through me. I was still feeling the liquor on my breath, and the constant reminders of my hangover only made me more nervous. Despite my anxiety and discomfort, I pushed through the interview, talking about the challenges of working with friends on the Bud and Roach Show. As we delved into our story, I found myself becoming more and more animated, my passion for the show overriding my anxiety. Our show was more than just entertainment, it was a platform for us to share our experiences and connect with our audience. By the end of the interview, I was exhausted but also invigorated. Despite my anxiety and the after-effects of my hangover, I had pushed through and had a successful interview. I left the studio that day beaming at the new content created in pursuit of my dreams in entertainment.

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