Released every Wednesday on all audio streaming services, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Stitcher, and others, DONT LET THIS FLOP.
You undoubtedly recognize Kevin Bacon from his roles in A Few Good Men, Wild Things, Diner, or pretty much any other film from the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, or 2010s. (He is a well-known working actor! Theres a reason why this game exists.) The fact that Kevin Bacon is one of the least annoying actors on TikTok and possibly one of the platform’s all-time greatest himbos is perhaps his greatest recent achievement.
In a nutshell, Bacon’s TikTok page is delightful. He often avoids trying to follow fads or performing awkward dances, unlike many other celebrities. From his farm in Connecticut, where he sings Harry Styles to his goats and cooks corn in a wok to make popcorn necklaces, he primarily shares positive content. He also has a food show called Cook With Bacon and frequently performs with his daughter, the musician Sosie Bacon (which is a little dad joke-y, but certainly on brand). In one video, he performs a spoof Tom Jones song that is hated by everyone who isn’t a Patriots fan, yet he manages to pull it off in praise of quarterback Tom Brady.
Bacon, who is 64 years old and still foxy as ever, is living proof of the blessings God will provide you if you choose to live a peaceful life. He has never had a role canceled because of comments he made about Beyoncé, reproductive rights, or Black Lives Matter. He has also been in a committed relationship with actor Kyra Sedgwick for 34 years, which is unusual in Hollywood. He is a gift to us all and frequently wears tight T-shirts and seductive Stanley Tucci spectacles in his videos. His TikToks and the shower scene from Wild Things at the halfway point should be a component of every horny person’s repertoire.
The prestigious title of Himbo of the Week, a segment devoted to the head-emptiest hotties on social media, is bestowed upon Bacon this week on Don’t Let This Flop by cohosts Ej Dickson and Liz Garber-Paul (standing in for Brittany Spanos). They also talk about Bama Rush Tok’s victorious comeback, furry Nazis, and how Prince William unwittingly helped pegging become more popular.