[Source] - “He’s like, ‘Ten hours (for this documentary), huh?’ I was like, ‘Yeah.’ He’s like, ‘Alright, I’ll give you 10 minutes,’” Hehir recalled on ESPN’s Jalen & Jacoby. “Every page of questions I have (for him to answer) is an hour. I have 11 pages for this guy and he’s saying 10 minutes. So he sits down. I’m just kind of shooting the s–t with him, and he says, ‘I need a tuna sub from Subway and some chamomile tea.’
"It was like (Dave) Chappelle sending the guys for a sugar cookie in Queens. Unless you pass this test, you cannot do this interview. So we got him the tuna sub, we got him the chamomile tea, and he sat down for three hours. But that is a difficult guy to interview.”
Let's get straight to the point here. A tuna sub from Subway is about as disgusting as it gets. You can't think of a worse thing to order or eat in front of someone than a tuna sub from Subway. Tuna is just disgusting. Not a tuna person, even if Jessica Simpson tried her hardest to make it sound decent:
Tea is fine, unless you combine it with the tuna sub. That would be a top-1 gross combo of all time. I do love that he compared it to Chapelle. It just reminds me of Making the Band skit.
Dylan is just an unbelievable character. Starting with the 'sugar cookie mon?' to obviously the 'Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, Dylan and Dylan because I spit hot fire' will never not make me laugh. This is exactly how I want to picture Dennis Rodman asking some production assistant for a tuna sub. Kinda surprised Rodman didn't request a picture with a midget or Cambodian breast milk.
You needed Dennis Rodman in these interviews. So thank God they found a tuna sub from Subway. You couldn't do The Last Dance without him. You had to tell the stories of him as a Piston to joining the Bulls to his 'detour' as Carmen Electra put it. If you didn't interview Rodman you would have lost an entire piece to the story.