MARILYN MANSON To Appear On Chat Show "Dinner For Five"

April 17, 2002

MARILYN MANSON will appear on the May 6th episode of actor Jon Favreau's Dinner for Five, a half-hour chat show featuring four show-business personalities sitting down to dinner with the host.

The New York Times had this to say about the episode: "But things can go awry, as they do at real dinner parties. The actress Daryl Hannah tries to be a good sport but is clearly horrified in the fourth episode when Marilyn Manson, the rock star, and a particularly obnoxious comedian, Andy Dick, hijack the conversation and devote most of the half-hour to their thoughts on pornography, masturbation and strippers."

Dinner for Five airs on the Independant Film Channel. This episode airs Monday, May 6th at 8:00 PM. Repeats are scheduled for Monday, May 6th at 11:00 PM, Tuesday, May 7th at 10:30 PM, and Saturday, May 11th at 7:30 PM.

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