What a Creep Season 10, Episode 10: Brett Favre

Brett Favre is a quarterback who played in the NFL for 20 seasons, mainly with the Green Bay Packers. He had 321 consecutive starts from 1992 to 2010, the most in league history.

He’s also a creep who sends unsolicited dick pics and sexually harasses women.

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 9: The Gardner Museum Heist

In this episode, we are talking about our first “Mystery Creep” as it is about one of the biggest art heists of all time and features the city of Boston, the world of stealing art as a form of currency with law enforcement and gangsters.

In the 30+ years since the Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum was vandalized with 13 works stolen (some ripped right out of their frame), there have been no arrests and the artwork has never been recovered.

So, the questions are? Who did it and why? Where is the artwork and what condition is it in?

Trigger warnings: Descriptions of violence and Margo’s weak attempts at a Boston and Irish accent.

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Gardner Heist Wikipedia

Martin Foley “The Viper” (Irish Gangster)

YouTube Clip “The Richest” FBI Solve Gardner Museum Heist

CBS Early Show

BBC Documentary “The Billion Dollar Heist” 2020

Boston 25 News

Movie Maker.com

New York Times

USA Today

Netflix “This is a Robbery”

“You Can’t Make This Up” podcast

“Master Thieves” by Stephen Kurkjian

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 8: Jim Bakker

Jim Bakker and his wife Tammy Faye Bakker were the most famous televangelists in America in the 1970s and ‘80s with “The PTL Club” and a Heritage USA theme park. They lived a lavish lifestyle with several houses, fancy cars, and more money than God.

Jim Bakker also misused funds to try to cover up a sexual assault. What a creep!

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Trigger warning: Sexual assault, infidelity, and extreme cosmetic abuse

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 7: Billy McFarland

On April 28, 2017, a tweet blew up the Internet from Trevor DeHaas, @trev4president with a picture of a very sad bread and cheese meal saying “Here’s the dinner they fed us tonight. Literally slices of bread, cheese, and salad with no dressing #fyrefraud #fyrefestival #dumpsterfyre

This was day one of the Fyre Festival fraud perpetrated by 25-year old Fyre Media CEO & Founder Billy McFarland. Hundreds of people were stranded, millions of dollars were borrowed and never paid back. Here is the story of one of the biggest (and youngest) frauds we have covered on this show.

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 6: Victor Salva

Victor Salva isn’t a name that you probably recognize, but he is the director of 1995’s “Powder” and the horror movie franchise, “Jeepers Creepers.” He’s also a convicted child molester who continues to work in Hollywood.

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Nathan Forrest Winters’s band 7he Seven Stone

Trigger warning: Sexual abuse, child pornography, and grooming

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 5: Larry Nassar

Larry Nassar is one of the biggest creeps we have ever covered—which is really saying something. There have been a few times in the last 20 years where the media has talked about sexual abuse against young athletes—specifically in gymnastics which has competitors who begin the sport in their elementary school years.

Most people first learned of Dr. Larry Nassar in 2016 when he was publicly charged for possessing child pornography & tampering with evidence.  (Those are the formal charges.)

But the sport has several times in the past several decades was made aware of the problem of trainers, advisors, and doctors sexually assaulting participants as young as 6 years old. To say nothing was done would be an understatement.

Why did Larry Nassar finally come to justice? And who else was punished because of cruelty, abuse, and/or just turning a blind eye? That is our story today.

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Trigger warnings: Sexual assault, grooming by predators, gaslighting, eating disorders, suicide, and physical assault.

What a Creep Update: Piers Morgan & Sharon Osbourne

Our special replay episode features Britain’s Piers Morgan who was a subject in our first season. From phone-hacking scandals and fat-shaming to racism and sexism, TV host Piers Morgan is a professional troll, who got his creepy career started working for Rupert Murdoch at News Of The World yet still somehow found a way to sink even lower.

Due to his leaving his cushy job Good Morning Britain and calling Meghan Markle a liar–we needed to revisit this Creep!

Now Sharon Osbourne is in a full PR nightmare due to her argument with fellow The Talk co-host Sheryl Underwood over Piers’s actions. Turns out Sharon has some accusations from former co-hosts like Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete who both say she used racial slurs off stage from the talk show.

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And then we will finish this episode with Margo announcing “Who’s NOT a Creep” this week.

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 3: Dan White

Dan White was a city supervisor in San Francisco in 1978. After a disagreement with the mayor and his fellow supervisors, he brought a gun into City Hall and murdered two people: Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, the country’s first openly gay man ever elected to office and a famous figure in the national gay rights movement.

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 2: Johnny Carson

Johnny Carson was known as the King of Late Night with NBC’s The Tonight Show which he hosted between 1962-1992.

Johnny was famous for being suave, handsome, married a few times, liking a drink in the evenings, and having feuds with random people. He was a man who could talk in front of 20 million a night but if he had to have a conversation with 10 people—he was so awkward that it would make the experience uncomfortable for everyone.

His legacy is he was one of the best television performers of all time. Behind the scenes, he was known for being shy and awkward and could carry a grudge that lasted for decades. Some of that behavior puts him in the Creep category which is why he is the subject of our show today.

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What a Creep Season 10, Episode 1: Tabloid creeps (Joey Buttafuoco & John Wayne Bobbitt)

Joey Buttafuoco

The name alone became a punchline—Buttafuoco!

In the summer of 1992, America was obsessed with this trashy tale from Long Island about a murderous teenager and her dumb, muscle pants-wearing lover.

This scandal had everything, sex, escort services, autobody shops, a Howard Stern interview, and secret videotapes which the tabloid media covered breathlessly for over a year.

Trigger Warnings: Sexual assault, grooming, and gun violence

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John Wayne Bobbitt

In 1993, the John Wayne and Lorena Bobbitt scandal was a tabloid dream come true. After suffering years of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, Lorena cut off John’s penis. It was a sensational story, but what we missed in all the coverage was the fact that John Wayne Bobbitt was an abusive prick.

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Trigger warnings: Rape, domestic violence, and penis removal

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