Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots recently made the media rounds in support of their hilarious new release, “The Target Song,” and one of their interviews will likely go down in history as one of the most awkward interviews ever.
During an appearance on Public Access Channel 8’s The Mavis Malarkey Show, Bones and Eddie Garcia are welcomed to the show by host Mavis Malarkey, who immediately mispronounces their band name.
It all goes downhill from there when Malarkey apologizes for the awful smell in the studio that was left behind by his previous guest, a wildlife expert.
“Don’t take the monkey to McDonald’s before the show is all I’ll say,” he warns.
Malarkey goes on to question Bobby Bones’ name and appears to be taken back by the fact that his real name is Bobby.
“You don’t hear that a lot,” he tells him.
Bones and Garcia are clearly confused as the interview progresses.
“Tell me how long you guys have worked at Target…”
As they try to explain that they do not work at the retail store, Malarkey continues to go on a tangent about Target’s return policy.
While we’re not entirely sure what The Mavis Malarkey Show is or why the host looks strikingly similar to “After a Few” singer Travis Denning, the encounter is pretty hysterical. Check out the clip above.
Co-written by Bones and songwriter Jim Beavers (Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan), “The Target Song” follows Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots’ previous hits like “Hobby Lobby Bobby” and “The Emoji Love Song.”
“The Target Song” is the lead release from an upcoming live comedy album.