OMG! Tiger King is the show that just keeps on giving.
David Spade, comedian extraordinaire, recently had a sit down with a few members of the cast of Tiger King, and I can’t stop watching!
In these Low-Fi versions of Light Out With David Spade, he Skypes* in his guests — and they include Kelci Saffery (the one who had her arm torn off by a tiger), Jeff Lowe (the one who took over the zoo), John Reinke (the manager of the park when Joe was there), and John Finlay (Joe’s shirtless ex-husband).
These one-on-one chats are almost better than the show, itself (IMHO). Of course, you have to watch the show to understand what they are even talking about.
We here EVEN MORE details about Joe, and life at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park. Y’all, it’s freaking fantastic!
We know so much more than that documentary showed. You know, Netflix whitewashed a lot of it, you know, because of legal exposure — something they can’t prove — but we have a lot more evidence against her that just wasn’t shown. You don’t just right a will that says, “In case of my death or disappearance,” ya know.Jeff Lowe, Lo-Fi Lights Out With David Spade
Just to clear the record, me and Joe were never legally married, ever. The girl that I ran off with, we had a kid, we spent, uh, three years together. We never got engaged, married, anything like that.John Finlay, Lo-Fi Lights Out With David Spade
Joe has a heart, for sure. I seen it, with the animals and whatnot. Which is why I got onboard in the first place. We both had this passion and this love for animals in general. Um, but you learn pretty quickly that he is very fast to tell you what he knows you want. He’s a man of many masks. He can be anything.Kelsie Saffery, Lo-Fi Lights Out With David Spade
That was (Joe’s) fortay. That’s what he liked doing. He always made sure he was the center of attention, so he always got people lesser than him (to work at the park). A “colorful cast” is an understatement.John Reinke, Lo-Fi Lights Out With David Spade
Seriously, if you are obsessed with Tiger King — like me — you have to go watch these interviews! David Spade keeps them light and funny, but he’s not afraid to ask the questions we are all wondering.
You can catch the shows on Spade’s Instagram page, or on YouTube. I’m not going to lie, they are better quality on YouTube. The videos are also below. You’re welcome!
* I’m assuming it’s Skype. I mean, it could be Zoom, or Facetime, or even Facebook Messenger chat. I don’t really know.