Byron and Perri Lee discuss the shallow nature of "fame" in a culture seemingly obsessed with the concepts of celebrity and popularity.
Byron declares his disgust with the term "VIP", believing that no person should feel less "important" than any other person.
The awkwardness of local red carpet events is also covered and Byron shares a couple of stories involving high profile people who are ACTUALLY famous. Ironically, these people are often the least precious.
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