|2013 Tour, Milwaukee|
|Episode from the road.|
|Release date||October 7, 2013|
|Hosted by||Scott Aukerman|
|Guests|| Horatio Sanz|
Paul F. Tompkins
|Characters|| Wesley Treehawk|
|2013 Tour, Seattle||2013 Tour, Chicago|
Wesley Treehawk educates the audience about his Native American tribe, the Potawatomi, and how the legalization of marijuana could be good for the state. He talks of his early, brief stand-up career (which involved a lot of terrible Native American jokes).
Garry Marshall arrives onstage in his beloved Milwaukee (the setting of his most famous TV shows) and talks about the glory days of television. He reveals that Fonzie of Happy Days was mentally ill; when he hit the jukebox and the music came on, only he could hear it.
Garry (please, call him Mr. Marshall) is in town because of Milwaukee's bronze statue of the Fonz ("The Bronze Fonz"). He came up with the character of the Fonz when he saw a statue come to life and kill a woman. He also is trying to catch the Beast of Bray Road.
Would you rather have all of your medical exams in a taco truck OR tell everyone how ridiculous their outfits look before every conversation?
Wesley is declared the winner.
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