Glazer has a talent for befriending players and getting them to reveal intimate details about their lives that are off-limits to other reporters. No, Arash Markazi can't ask Jones about his legal situation, but Glazer can. And Jones couldn't resist Glazer's eyelash-batting charm, so he kicked some existential wisdom about his newly acquired perspective. He also said that Pacman's punchiness was all part of the script and, even thought a source close to Pros Vs. Joes says otherwise, there was no Pacman entourage any time on the set.
"At the end of the day I can't keep looking at the past from two years or three years back. Hey, I used to love the strip clubs. I was 21, 22, 23 years old. Every gentleman, if you're normal, you love the strip clubs, too. Nice girls, young, nude ... All part of having fun when you're growing up."
So young Deadspin gentlemen, keep that in mind. If you don't like strip clubs and young nude girls, you are clearly destined to be a social pariah for the rest of your life. Or you could end up like the lonely gentleman sitting by himself on the couch.
Pacman: True Gentlemen Enjoy Strip Clubs [The Sporting Blog]