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When fun is involved people are really open to doing crazy things and that is magic,” says Cassavetes. Throughout the series, there is a recurring segment titled Thurston’s Alley in which Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore interviews people in a downtown New York alley They Tried To Bury Us But They Didn’t Know We Were The Seeds shirt. There was an alley by where Kim Gordon and Thurston lived right off of Lafayette,” says Coppola. “They would do interviews there with Johnny Ramone.” The Beastie Boys got in on the action, too. In episode two, Coppola and Cassavetes play caricatures of talk show hosts in a fictional segment called Ciao LA and interview the rap group’s dopey cop characters from their music video “Sabotage.” Here, the rappers discuss stunts and being abducted by aliens. For this, Coppola and Cassavetes are dressed up in classic Chanel skirt-suits. “Sofia had the hookup,” says Cassavetes of the garb. The likes of Blondie and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who had some iconic opinions on cars in episode three, also make appearances. “Cars are a sort of metaphor for evil sins in this city and everything that disgusts me and sucks my soul out,” he says. Cassavetes has vivid memories of Flea jumping into the pool in his child’s toy car. “He couldn’t get out, and we all had to dive in to save him!” she says.