GLL Episode 1097

CLL #1097 (feat. Pauly Shore)

12/13/1999 Monday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018)

This is a long lost episode, only 17 seconds had previously been recovered. We now have the full show without the need for patches, thank the Great Magnet! Who knows what happens in this episode, let’s all listen together and find out. Pauly is making his first known appearance of the Adam era, it’s possible he was on promoting his sitcom in 1997 but seems unlikely. Pauly returns to the show once more during the Adam era in July of 2005. Pauly’s last confirmed appearance previous to this on CLL was in 1992 with Dave Lerman and Doug Bady, before Riki Rachtman began hosting duties, though it’s likely he came back in 1993, 1994 and or 1995 to promote one or several of his movies. Pauly is promoting his guest appearance on ‘Nash Bridges.’

From Wiki: Paul Montgomery “Pauly” Shore (born February 1, 1968) is an American actor, comedian, director, writer and producer. Shore is best known for his roles in several comedy films in the 1990s including Encino Man (1992), Son in Law (1993), and Bio-Dome (1996). He also hosted a video show on MTV in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Shore’s acting career has declined since the late 1990s; he has since appeared only infrequently in a number of films and has primarily focused on stand-up comedy.

The Love Between The Two Hosts – CLL on Youtube, with Video for select episodes.

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GLL Episode 1096

CLL #1096 (feat. Tonic)

12/12/1999 Sunday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018) with a Tobydog Tape (2008) Patch

This is a new source for an existing episode, the missing 10+ minutes have now been restored and the episode is 100% complete. This episode features a notable caller with a two-part problem and the band prove to be great guests, lots of fun banter that makes for a solid episode. This is the only recording of the band on CLL, they have a lost 1996 CLL appearance and have also appeared on MTV Loveline. 

From WikiTonic is an American rock band that has earned two Grammy nominations. The band was formed in 1993 by Emerson Hart and Jeff Russo. Later members have included Dan Lavery, Kevin Shepard, and Dan Rothchild. Signed to a recording contract in 1995, the band released its debut album Lemon Parade in 1996. The single “If You Could Only See” reached No. 11 on the Billboard Airplay Hot 100, and Lemon Parade itself reached platinum status.

Tonic spent much of the next two years touring, adding to its reputation as a relentlessly gigging band. In addition to extensive touring Tonic produced other work, including songs for feature film soundtracks. After self-producing its 1999 album Sugar, Tonic released its third album Head on Straight in 2002. Tonic received two Grammy nominations from Head on Straight, including one for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for “Take Me As I Am”, and one for Best Rock Album. The band then went on hiatus beginning in 2004 while its members pursued other musical endeavors. It wasn’t until late 2008 Tonic became active again, embarking on a tour and releasing a greatest-hits compilation, all of which served as a prelude to their fourth studio album, 2010’s Tonic. After the release of that album, Tonic has continued to tour and remain active into the year 2016, when they released an all-acoustic version of Lemon Parade titled Lemon Parade Revisited in celebration of that album’s 20th anniversary and which utilized direct funding from fans.

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GLL Episode 1094

CLL #1094 (feat. KoЯn w/ Jimmy Kimmel)

12/08/1999 Wednesday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018) with an Unknown WBCN Boston Tape (2010) Patch

This is a new source for an existing episode, the missing 5+ minutes have been restored and it’s 100% complete. Jimmy Kimmel is still filling in for Adam while he’s busy with hosting duties for the Billboard Music Awards. Lots of calls for the band who seem fairly exhausted from touring, Jimmy is spinning plates to keep the show entertaining and reveals he has a photograph of Adam in a compromising position, unique episode.

From Wiki: Korn (stylized as KoЯn) is an American nu metal band from Bakersfield, California, formed in 1993.[3][4][5] The band’s current lineup includes founding members James “Munky” Shaffer (rhythm guitar), Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu (bass), Brian “Head” Welch (lead guitar, backing vocals), and Jonathan Davis (lead vocals, bagpipes), with the addition of Ray Luzier (drums), who replaced the band’s original member, David Silveria in 2007. Korn was formed by three of the members of the band L.A.P.D.

Korn made a demo tape, Neidermayer’s Mind, in 1993, which was distributed free to record companies and on request to members of the public.[6] Their debut album, Korn, was released in 1994, followed by Life Is Peachy in 1996. The band experienced mainstream success with Follow the Leader (1998) and Issues (1999), both of which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.[7] The band’s mainstream success continued with Untouchables (2002), Take a Look in the Mirror (2003) and See You on the Other Side (2005).

A compilation album, Greatest Hits Vol. 1, was released in 2004, spanning a decade of singles and concluding the band’s recording contract with Immortal Records and Epic Records. They signed to Virgin Records, releasing See You on the Other Side in 2005, and an untitled album in 2007. Korn’s other recent albums, Korn III: Remember Who You Are (2010) and The Path of Totality (2011), were released via Roadrunner Records, The Paradigm Shift (2013) being released via Prospect Park and Caroline Records. Their latest album, The Serenity of Suffering, was released on October 21, 2016.

As of 2012, Korn had sold around 35 million copies worldwide.[8] Twelve of the band’s official releases have peaked in the top ten of the Billboard 200, eight of which have peaked in the top five.[7] Seven official releases are certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), two are certified double platinum, one is certified triple platinum, one is certified five times platinum and two are certified Gold.[9] Korn has released seven video albums and thirty-nine music videos. The band has released forty-one singles, twenty-eight of which have charted.[10][11][12][13][14] Korn has earned two Grammy Awards out of eight nominations[15][16] and two MTV Video Music Awards out of eleven nominations.[17]

From Wiki: James Christian Kimmel (born November 13, 1967)[3] is an American television host, comedian, writer, and producer. He is the host and executive producer of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, a late-night talk show that premiered on ABC in 2003. Kimmel hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2012 and 2016, and the Academy Awards in 2017 and 2018.

Before hosting Jimmy Kimmel Live!, he was best known as the co-host of Comedy Central’s The Man Show and Win Ben Stein’s Money. Kimmel has also produced such shows as Crank Yankers, Sports Show with Norm Macdonald, and The Andy Milonakis Show.

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GLL Episode 1093

CLL #1093 (feat. Felice Newman w/ Jimmy Kimmel)

12/07/1999 Tuesday Night Show

Source – Tobydog Tape (Pre-2007)

This is a new export of an existing partial episode, this was a Tobydog tape that was not transferred by me, the audio has been repaired and the commercials removed, it’s the best it can be without another source to patch from/with. Art Alexakis from Everclear is making his 3rd known appearance on the show. The episode is roughly 21% complete, featuring the last 20+ minutes of the episode.

From Wiki: Felice Newman is an American author, sex educator, and “somatic coach.”

From Wiki: James Christian Kimmel (born November 13, 1967)[3] is an American television host, comedian, writer, and producer. He is the host and executive producer of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, a late-night talk show that premiered on ABC in 2003. Kimmel hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2012 and 2016, and the Academy Awards in 2017 and 2018.

Before hosting Jimmy Kimmel Live!, he was best known as the co-host of Comedy Central’s The Man Show and Win Ben Stein’s Money. Kimmel has also produced such shows as Crank Yankers, Sports Show with Norm Macdonald, and The Andy Milonakis Show.

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GLL Episode 1092

CLL #1092 (feat. Everclear)

12/06/1999 Monday Night Show

Source – Tobydog Tape (Pre-2007)

This is a new export of an existing partial episode, this was a Tobydog tape that was not transferred by me, the audio has been repaired and the commercials removed, it’s the best it can be without another source to patch from/with. Art Alexakis from Everclear is making his 3rd known appearance on the show. The episode is roughly 40% complete, featuring the last segment of the first hour and the first segment of the 2nd hour with a little of the 2nd segment of the 2nd hour.

From Wiki: Everclear is an American rock band formed in Portland, Oregon in 1991.[2] The band was formed by Art Alexakis, the band’s lead songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist; and for most of the band’s height of popularity, consisted of Craig Montoya on bass guitar and Greg Eklund on drums. After the limited release of their independently released debut album, World of Noise, the band found success with their first three albums on Capitol Records: Sparkle and Fade, So Much for the Afterglow, and Songs from an American Movie Vol. One: Learning How to Smile,[2] which were all certified platinum in sales. However, the following two albums Songs from an American Movie Vol. Two: Good Time for a Bad Attitude and Slow Motion Daydream, were not as well received, and as sales suffered, Montoya and Eklund left the band shortly after in 2003.

After a brief stint of solo performances, Alexakis decided to push forward with the Everclear name, finding new musicians to perform with and releasing two more albums, Welcome to the Drama Club and Invisible Stars. Starting in 2012, Alexakis has also started up a 1990s nostalgia tour, called the Summerland Tour, that occurs every summer with Everclear and other 1990s alternative rock bands. In April 2015, the band released a ninth studio album entitled Black is the New Black.

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PODGODZ 288

Podgodz 288

Recorded 15 May 2018

Clearing the fucking backlog!!! Down to 1.7 gigs(!) – LAX

Food playlist? CLEARED

TV Guidance Counsellor? Almost cleared April!

Nostalgia: THE MOVIE

 

Adds/Drops/Updates

 

Add: -/-

Drop:

Updates: Junkfood Cinema: Josie and the Pussy Cats

 

Shows that pissed me off/weren’t good

 

Top 10 shows of the Week – LAX

 

Up for contention but not making the list this week

No Agenda #1030: Phoneliness, #1031: Dog Dazer, #1032: Going Vertical

Eureka Podcast #262: The Boys Take Cover

Somehow I Manage #8: That’s What She Said, #7 Second Drink

Omnibus: Tylenol Murders

Skip to the End #95: Avengers: Infinity War

 

LAX Top 10

10) Defocused #193: Four Prominent Trucks (T2)

9)   No Such Thing as a Fish #216: Lobster War

8)   Jim Jefferies Show Podcast #19: Cheerleaders

7)   No Agenda #1033: Swagger

6)   Do By Friday: Snot Yoga

5)   Roadwork #110: The Story of John Roderick

4)   Defocused #192: Grow a Meat-Sleeve (T1)

3)   Omnibus: Backyard Blast Furnace, The Moon Illusion

2)   Reconcilable Differences #77: Prodigal Bird (punctuality)

1)    Eureka Podcast #263: I Knows You Think You’re Being Nice, but Stop It.

 

GIO TOP 10

10. Legion of Skanks #361
09. TVGC #296 Alexandra Paul
08. WTF #915 Josh Brolin
07. No Agenda 1033 ‘Swagger’ and 80’s All Over June 1983
06. Resume: The Watercooler #120 Ranch Dressing on Everything
05. Defocused Four Prominent Trucks: T2
04. The 40 Year Old Boy Episode Forty-Two, Year Ten
03. AD #436 and Mother’s Day Ignorance Bonus
02. ADS #825 Murdered By The Golden State Killer
01. ACS #2325 John Cena and Diane Farr

Also Runners: Doughboys double Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze, ACS #2323 Donna D’Erico, ACS #2322 Rob Riggle.

Hated it: We’ll See You in Hell 4.52

 

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GLL Episode 1091

CLL #1091 (feat. Nicholas Brendon)

12/05/1999 Sunday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2017)

This is a new export of a long lost episode, Nicholas Brendon is making his only confirmed appearance on the show, although it’s possible he was on 1 or 2 times prior, perhaps even with Alyson Hannigan for one of her appearances. This is the only episode of his to ever be recovered. Who knows what happens, as this has been missing for over 18 Years. Buffy cast members tend to be pretty solid guests across the board, such as Alyson Hannigan and Seth Green as well as James Marsters and Amber Benson who have yet to appear on CLL. The Episode is 99.9% complete, just missing a few seconds from the tape flip. 

From Wiki: Nicholas Brendon (born Nicholas Brendon Schultz; April 12, 1971) is an American actor and writer. He is best known for playing Xander Harris in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003) and Kevin Lynch in Criminal Minds (2007–2014). Since 2014 he has been writing on the Buffy Season 10 comic book.[1]

Hepburn – I Quit music video (Buffy) from MissThumper on Vimeo.

 

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GLL Episode 1090

CLL #1090 (feat. Goldfinger)

12/02/1999 Thursday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018) with a JBJ Tape (2008) Patch

This is a new export of an existing episode, now 100% complete with the missing 3+ minutes restored. This episode features an ominous acknowledgement of the armed guard now on premises. A very early use of “Not Taco Bell Material” and Adam talks about knowing Christy Canyon before her career in adult films. The guys once again prove to be great guests, among the best in Loveline history. Great Episode.

From WikiGoldfinger is an American punk rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1994. In their early years the band is widely considered to have been a contributor to the movement of third-wave ska,[5][6] a mid-1990s revitalization in the popularity of ska. However, the releases of Open Your Eyes and Disconnection Noticesaw the band shed most of the ska influence, and they have been more commonly placed in the punk rock genre in later years. Apart from the band’s music, Goldfinger is also noted for their political activism, particularly in the area of animal rights.[7]

 

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GLL Episode 1088

CLL #1088 (feat. System of A Down)

11/30/1999 Tuesday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018) 

This is a new export of a long lost episode, SOAD are making their first of 8 visits, returning to the show in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2005. With some phone calls and other interactions as well, this is the episode that cements their bond with Adam over their mutual love for Taboo II. This episode is incredible. Missing for over 18 years now restored and 99.9% complete missing a few seconds while talking to a caller about their sold out shows in Los Angeles at the top of the 2nd hour. Do not miss this episode!


From WikiSystem of a Down is the debut studio album by Armenian-American metal band System of a Down, released on June 30, 1998, by American Recordings and Columbia Records. The album was later certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on February 2, 2000. Two years later, after the success of System of a Down’s next album, Toxicity, the album was certified platinum.[4]

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PODGODZ 287

Podgodz 287: Tron (1982)

Recorded 08 May 2018

Other shit

Avengers Infinity War

Cobra Kai

Tron (1982)

Plot (Wikipedia)

Kevin Flynn is a leading software engineer formerly employed by the computer corporation ENCOM, who now runs a video arcade and attempts to hack into ENCOM’s mainframe system. However, ENCOM’s Master Control Program (MCP) halts his progress. Within ENCOM, programmer Alan Bradley and his girlfriend, engineer Lora Baines, discover that the MCP has closed off their access to projects. When Alan confronts the senior executive vice president, Ed Dillinger, Dillinger claims that the security measures are an effort to stop outside hacking attempts. However, when Dillinger privately questions the MCP, he discovers the MCP has expanded into a powerful virtual intelligence and has become power-hungry, illegally appropriating personal, business, and government programs to increase its own capabilities. The MCP blackmails Dillinger with information about his plagiarizing Flynn’s games if he does not comply with its directives.

Lora deduces that Flynn is the hacker, and she and Alan go to his arcade to warn him. Flynn reveals that he has been trying to locate evidence proving Dillinger’s plagiarism, which launched Dillinger’s rise in the company. Together, the three form a plan to break into ENCOM and unlock Alan’s “Tron” program, a self-governing security measure designed to protect the system and counter the functions of the MCP. Once inside ENCOM, the three split up and Flynn comes into direct conflict with the MCP, communicating with his terminal. Before Flynn can get the information he needs to reveal Dillinger’s acts, the MCP uses an experimental laser to digitize and download Flynn into the ENCOM mainframe cyberspace called the Grid, where programs are living entities appearing in the likeness of the human “Users” (programmers) who created them.

 

Flynn learns that the MCP and its second-in-command, Sark, rule and coerce programs to renounce their belief in the Users. The MCP forces programs that resist to play in deadly games and begins pitting Flynn in duels. Flynn meets other captured programs, Ram and Tron, between matches. Partnered, the three escape into the mainframe during a light cycle match, but Flynn and Ram become separated from Tron by an MCP pursuit party. While attempting to help Ram, who was wounded in the pursuit, Flynn learns that he can manipulate portions of the grid by accessing his programmer knowledge. Ram recognizes Flynn as a User and encourages him to find Tron and free the system before “derezzing” (dying). Using his new ability, Flynn rebuilds a vehicle and disguises himself as one of Sark’s soldiers.

Tron enlists help from Yori, a sympathetic program, and at an I/O tower, receives information in his identity disk from Alan necessary to destroy the MCP. Flynn rejoins them, and the three board a hijacked solar sailer to reach the MCP’s core. However, Sark’s command ship destroys the sailer, capturing Flynn and Yori, and presumably killing Tron. Sark leaves the command ship and orders its deresolution, but Flynn keeps it intact by again manipulating the Grid, while Sark reaches the MCP’s core on a shuttle carrying captured programs. While the MCP attempts to absorb captive programs, Tron, who turns out to have survived, confronts Sark and critically injures him, prompting the MCP to give him all its functions. Realizing that his ability to manipulate the Grid might give Tron an opening, Flynn leaps into the beam of the MCP, distracting it. Seeing the break in the MCP’s shield, Tron attacks through the gap and destroys the MCP and Sark, ending the MCP’s control over the Grid, and allowing the captured programs to communicate with users again.

 

Flynn reappears in the real world, rematerialized at his terminal. Tron’s victory in the Grid has released all lockouts on computer access, and a nearby printer produces the evidence that Dillinger had plagiarized Flynn’s creations. The next morning, Dillinger enters his office and finds the MCP deactivated, and the proof of his theft publicized. Flynn is subsequently promoted to CEO of ENCOM, and is happily greeted by Alan and Lora as their new boss.

 

My Thoughts (Lax)

I like this movie, but it is a god awful mismatch of styles. It freaking amazed 8 year old me though.

The Dude was a video game designer and hacker!

Open on Flynn’s Arcade and then cut to light cycle digital animate that can only be described by it’s limitations of 2mb of ram and 335mb of hard disk space.

It also portends the internet interconnecting everything.

Why does Sci-fi always fall back on hockey equipment as futuristic? This time it’s a Cooper hockey helmets.

Quick cuts to hide the limitations of your digital shots!

If make it look bright enough, maybe people won’t realize it’s black and white?

Another movie where people don’t understand programming, computers, and I suppose artificial intelligence.

I gotta say that ENCOM helicopter effect really stands up well.

I still can’t get Siri to tell me what my next scheduled event is and this fucker can half a conversation with his god damned desk? Fuck!

Welcome to the poorly realized cube farm matte painting.

Oh god the 80s glasses on Boxleitner!

The decor is 50% Yen Future and 50% Death Star.

I’m so sure the executive level elevator also goes to the LASER BAY.

Shut up old man, we are all aware of how transporters work, we’ve read the technical manual!

Getting a little creepy with the Dr. lady their Alan!

Back to Flynn’s, home of Space Paranoids!

I would like everyone to know we have a Donkey Kong kill screen coming up!

So the Dude is Afro-centric in the era of the Japan Fetish.

The Dude hacks for proof of the dirty done on him by Dillinger.

Encom could save some money if they just turned off some damn lights!

Now that is a big door!

I wonder who set up the desk powerpoint display for his little “fuck off” meeting?

Who’s in control now, eh? I bet the is why Elon is so worried about artificial intelligence!

Okay, gonna pause here. What is Flynn’s threat the the MCP? Should have cut him a deal and betrayed Dillinger. This movie now makes no sense. Time to turn it off and go  home.

Oh no, you’ve been teleported into an Amiga computer screen saver demo!

Programme jail, then the arena jai alai time before the light cycles and escape

Death of a programme, RIP Ram.

We now enter the part of the movie that can only be described as “filler” and kind decides to become a different movie.

Who hit the turbo button on the sideways aircraft carrier?

Frisbee battle on the mesa! Sark brain matter and the Giant Size Sark!

Aww. MCP was an old guy with a side strike manual typewriter under all the sparkle!

Revolution now, evil red has been purged, glorious blue is in power now.

So why did it spit The Dude back out at the LASER lab? Who knows. How is one printout going to help Flynn? Who the fuck knows!

Who where a fuzzy angora sweater to work? Dr.Lora Baines, that’s who!

END OF LINE

 

My Thoughts (Gio)

Bop, boze-de-boze-de-bop, se-de-bop

Humala bebuhla zeebuhla boobuhla
Humala bebuhla zeebuhla bop

 

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