I'll go with that. Also, Charles Manson.
Manson and Noory would be a hilarious show, for sure. I wonder if he listens to c2c on the inside... maybe he has a seething contempt for Noory just waiting to be unleashed.
As for guests I've enjoyed in recent memory... there's always Michio Kaku and Neil deGrasse Tyson who are probably my two favorite contemporary guests. I loved the show where Ian Punnett had Jeremy Wade (River Monsters) on. I also really enjoyed George Knapp interviewing David Paulides in that "rural disappearances" show a few months back. As for a Wells show I enjoyed, I actually found his interview with Nick Redfern not hard to digest. Even if the logical side of my mind thinks the notion of a "paranormal Men in Black" is completely ridic, the subject still seems to sufficiently creep me out. Redfern seems fairly laid back to me, and I thought the show went smoothly. As for a recent Noory show I personally found palatable, last year's JFK special with Mark Lane wasn't that awful. Personally the subject still interests me given the HUGE amount of theories, from somewhat plausible to completely loony, that surround that event.
If I want a good laugh, Hoagland or Wilcock will do any day of the week. Maybe Hoagland, Wilcock, and UFO Phil can join forces for a MOST marvelous
cacophony of torsion physics, ascension, and healthy Noory-worship kitsch. They can pitch the album on a special four-hour show where Noory's ego is constantly pet and he can add his own sound effects live.