While talking on WFAN’s Boomer & Carton show this morning, former New York Mets stud pitcher turned coke head, Dwight “Doc” Gooden spoke about his most recent encounter with his former 1986 teammate and friend Lenny Dykstra.
Doc will highlight the Season 5 cast of Dr. Drew Pinsky’s “Celebrity Rehab.” That is unless Dykstra has anything to do with it.
According to Dr. K, Lenny Dykstra made an uninvited appearance to try and break his former teammate out of rehab.
“Actually, Dykstra came to visit me on ‘Celebrity Rehab,’” Gooden told WFAN’s Boomer & Carton on Tuesday. “I’ll tell you what, it was crazy. He thought that I had been hypnotized and (Dr. Drew) got me in there and was holding me hostage. He tried to come in with two guys to get me out of there” [Gooden on WFAN this morning].
Dykstra’s name has come up in both the news and courts recently, even more then Orenthal James Simpson (Nails was charged with bankruptcy fraud and obstruction of justice last month after he stashed $400,000 worth of stuff from his foreclosed house, purchased in 2007 from Wayne Gretzky).
“So they come in. I’m talking to him, he wanted to talk, ‘Doc, I don’t like this.’ So we go out on the patio, me and him and the two guys are sitting there, we’re talking. (ANY CHANCE THOSE TWO GUYS WERE KEITH HERNANDEZ and DARRYL STRAWBERRY)?
“He said, ‘you sure this is what you want?’ I go ‘yeah.’ He goes, ‘I don’t know, I don’t feel good about this … let me take you bags and if you don’t like it, you call me.’ I was like, ‘trust me, I’m cool.’”
“This is not part of the show. This is real stuff,” said Gooden. “Whether they got it (on video) or not, I’m not sure.”
I sure hope VH1 caught this on tape, otherwise there’s no way I’m watching this nonsense. Is it just me, or does Dykstra seem like that paranoid, conspirator creep, who thinks everyone is watching and or coming to get him?
When you’re chillin’ with Charlie Sheen and Doc Gooden, you know you’re not going home without at least two or three misdemeanors under your belt.