Why the hard sell on the "Birthday Bash"? B.S. detected I've been trying to figure out what the real angle is on this "birthday show" bullshit. The hard sell Wiggy has been putting on this thing for weeks trying to create perception that its some big deal and "everyone wants tickets" - isn't sitting right. We all know the Wig doesn't get out of bed unless someone's putting sugar on the end of their dick. He's intent on repeating how exclusive it is and that there aren't any more tickets available and for callers to stop asking him for tickets. Cue Ringo sound drops that have long run dry comedically. Five minutes later, "demand is through the roof, Robin. I wish people would stop asking because I dont have any more tickets..." then lets through a few unsettled nutjobs who told the call screener they want tickets, he sees the fact on his screen and picks up on them to say he "doesn't have any more tickets" but "alright, they can play a game". Maybe there's a genuine fear of how little people do care about him anymore to the extent it ends up like that Texas AGT taping with a couple dozen people in a hall that holds 1500. Just like that 7 million dollar cat hotel sham that's so imperative, like everything he does there's some hidden agenda, some financial or tax evasion angle on the thing we're not seeing. Its just hard to believe the face value "Sirius is holding a party in my honor Robin" line, after he made them bleed in legal fees defending his failed cashgrab suit. How does Sirius benefit from some localized event? Its not getting more subs turned on. And you know deep down it bothers Wiggy to even be having to take part in it, he resents it and is probably crying neurotically to his shrink nonstop over the damn thing and how its a major inconvenience. I'd love to know what's compelling him out of his howard-hughes comfort bubble enough to go through all the trouble and shake down his rolodex of B-listers to show up. And BeethO has got to be mixed up in it somehow.