Back in the day, back when professional wrestling was in the glory days -- the mid-1980s -- of its resurgence as viable entertainment to a valuable demographic, there was no more entertaining wrestler than Rowdy Roddy Piper, the (mostly) bad guy with the gift of gab. He had his own segment on WWE (then the WWF) broadcasts called "Piper's Pit" where he interviewed other wrestlers and created his own unique brand of havoc. You might have heard about the time he attacked Jimmy "Superfly" Snukka with a coconut, but I've chosen a clip where Roddy talks to the late great Andre the Giant.
If you weren't into wrestling you'll at least remember Andre from his wonderful role in the movie The Princess Bride from 1987, and Roddy Piper also made a slew of movies including 1988's more-relevant-than-ever John Carpenter-directed science fiction classic They Live. My Nose-talgia choice has special relevance because it's Piper's 54th birthday today; if you're so inclined you can go on over to his website and wish him a Happy Birthday!