The season 4 premiere of The Eric Andre Show aired on Adult Swim last week, featuring special guests hip-hop artitst T.I. and Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller.

For those who are unfamiliar with the show, it’s an absurdist parody of late-night talk shows with funnyman Eric Andre as the host alongside fellow comedian Hannibal Buress. Each episode sees the pair crashing into desks, walls, and other things while random penises appear and he asks weird questions to his guests. So, for a guy like T.I., who carries himself very seriously, it's probably not the best of ideas to agree to go on the show.

The Southern rapper was the first to sit down in Andre's chair and was almost immediately disturbed by the host's ridiculous behavior. T.I. has to endure Andre's boner jokes and fight off a zombie that emerges from the ground beneath him, before finally deciding enough is enough when a man wearing only a T-shirt walks on with his dick out. "I'm gone," T.I. said. "I'm out this bitch."

T.I. "walked out two or three times during the interview and I had to keep seducing him back into [it], there was a lot of full-frontal nudity," Andre told Complex. "We shoot each interview for like an hour and a half, then we whittle it down to the best three or four minutes, so it’s pretty torturous, it's hell for everyone." Watch the episode above.

After you've finished, watch A$AP Rocky, Danny Brown and more fail hilariously at “Rapper Warrior Ninja” below.

In other music news, Flosstradamus share their thoughts on trap music.

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