Flea's been busy lately with the Thom Yorke-led Atoms for Peace, but the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist found some time to goof off on The Gorburger Show, a humorous talk show from Funny or Die and the Warner Sound hosted by a strange beast. Flea sat down with Gorburger, boasted about his endowment and busted a move, breaking down the Worm right on the floor. Gorburger was interested in his band's former tradition of wearing socks on their privates, questioning Flea on the size of his sock. "I pride myself on having robust genitalia," said Flea. "I bet it's a knee-length sock!" quipped Gorburger.
Later, the two chatted about Flea's beloved Los Angeles Lakers, and the bassist gave an in-depth lesson on the Worm. After more hilarious banter, Gorburger's assistant, Yoko, came in to play a lost-in-translation game show with Flea as he tried to interpret American movie quotes in Japanese. They shared a hug at the end, and the vibes were overwhelming positive. "You taught us how to love!" says Gorburger to his new friend.
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This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Flea Touts His 'Robust Genitalia,' Does the Worm on 'Gorburger'