After a somewhat lengthy hiatus, we’re excited to officially be back with Season 2 of the Tim O’Connor Show. In between raising his kids and announcing contests, Tim managed to get some support from Adidas for the #GoodPod, so we’ll be bringing you a fresh batch of 6 episodes by the end of 2017.

For S2E1 of The Tim O’Connor Show, Tim sat down with Mark Suciu in his overpriced Manhattan apartment, where Mark filled us in on his post-college life and opened up about his love for literature, what it’s like growing up rich, and who his favorite skater out there today is. Of course, Tim doesn’t hold back on letting his voice be heard, but what else would you expect from skateboarding’s Podfather?

Just listen for yourself before we ruin any of the good stuff and if you’re an impatient listener, indulge your ADHD and check out the time-stamped highlights below.

As always, if you have any comments, feedback or just wanna bitch, scroll down on Instagram and write some stuff to @thetimoconnor. Feedback is always encouraged.

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS:

[3:10] Mark Suciu fans out on Tim.
[4:30] Why Mark doesn’t like interviews
[5:27] Skating the LOVE Park gap
[8:10] Is Mark Suciu rich?
[17:35] Mark’s sex life
[26:50] Tim & Mark’s current favorite skater
[29:20] How much does Mark make at Adidas?
[31:10] Habitat, ukuleles, and Banjos
[33:52] Touring with Fred Gall
[36:45] Signing tits at Woodward
[37:15] Energy Drinks and coffee sponsorships
[40:30] Does Gary Rogers have a crush on Mark?
[43:20] How many books did Mark bring to Copenhagen?
[44:34] What is Mark filming for now?
[45:00] Discussing the Olympics and other competitions

photo: jeff brockmeyer

Comments

  1. Goon

    September 21, 2017 1:48 am

    Ask either of the guards what the other would say and do the opposite.

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  2. bam margera

    September 21, 2017 12:17 pm

    22:30, the only place in the world where people care about crusty spots is in the united states, specifically california. go outside of california and every spot is “crusty” to some degree. No spot is perfect. When people can be successful in a skateboard career skating how they want to, that kind of shows the true freedom of skateboarding(the message of freedom of expression) to be broadcast on a large platform to show a wide audience of people how to freely express their ideas when it comes to documenting skateboarding.

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  3. porter

    September 21, 2017 2:41 pm

    its called a theramin (sp?)

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  4. BootyFlexin

    September 21, 2017 10:34 pm

    Damn that was the riddle from labyrinth. Goon got it.

    Reply

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