GLL Episode 973

CLL #973 (feat. Serenity) – 06/22/1999 – Tuesday Night Show

Source – TobyDog Tape (2008)

This is a new export of the only known source for this episode, Serenity is making her 2nd of 3 total appearances on CLL. Dr. Drew announces the launch of DrDrew.com (the first launch) and Adam brings up the Vivid adult movie titled “Double Feature” and they take some insane calls. This episode is 90% complete, missing roughly 10 minutes from the opening of the show.

From Wiki: Serenity (born October 29, 1969) is an American former pornographic actress

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GLL Episode 972

CLL #972 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 06/21/1999 – Monday Night Show

Source – Matty Tape (2015)

This is a newly discovered recording of a long lost show, missing for over 18 years. The episode is just over 70% complete, sadly missing over 30 minutes from the opening of the show. This is Anderson’s first night solo and the beginning of the Anderson Era, Adam starts it off with a bang! Hilarious and bizarre episode, Adam has a “gas night” overall a great long lost show, a very important milestone in the history of Loveline now restored, well partially. Adam goes off on ‘Thin Lizzy’ and how their song ‘Jailbreak’ sounds similar to the hit single by ‘The Living End’ that they’ve been using as a bumper for returning from commercial breaks. The episode opens with Adam discussing a run in with Fletcher from Pennywise after the most recent incident.

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GLL Episode 971

CLL #971 (feat. Seth Green)

 – 06/20/1999 – Sunday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2017) with a TobyDog Tape (2008) Patch

This is a new tape source upgrade with a single patch from the existing Tobydog tape, Seth is making his 3rd appearance during the Adam era of the show, with several episodes predating Adam and several more to come during the Adam era as well. Seth remained a semi-frequent Loveline guest throughout the later 2000’s and has some solid appearances during the Styker era as well. This is Engineer Mike’s last show, after a week of on the job training for Engineer Anderson it’s now time for Mike to move on to bigger things. This is the final episode before the “Anderson era” which would go all the way until the end of the show in 2016. 

From Wiki: Seth Benjamin Green (born Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green; February 8, 1974) is an American actor, voice artist, comedian, producer, writer and director. Green is the creator, executive producer, writer, director and is the most-frequent voice on Adult Swim‘s Robot Chicken. He directed many of the Robot Chicken specials including Robot Chicken: Star Wars and DC Comics Special. His feature films include AirborneThe Italian JobParty MonsterCan’t Hardly WaitScooby-Doo 2: Monsters UnleashedWithout a Paddle and the Austin Powers series. Green is also known for his role as Chris Griffin on Fox‘s Family Guy and previously as Daniel “Oz” Osbourne in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Greg the Bunny. He voices Lieutenant Gibbs in Titan Maximum and Jeff “Joker” Moreau in the Mass Effect video game series. Green has appeared in movies such as Rat RaceAmerica’s SweetheartsOld Dogs, as a child in Woody Allen‘s Radio Days and in the horror films Idle Hands and Stephen King’s It.

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GLL Episode 970

CLL #970 (feat. The Freestylers) – 06/17/1999 – Thursday Night Show

Source – Matty Tape (2015)

This is a newly recovered lost episode, missing for over 18 years. The episode is incomplete with only 50% contained on the tape, It’s just the 2nd hour of the show.  CLL #964 and #965 are sadly lost to time, unlikely we’ll ever get to recover them. 

From Wiki: The Freestylers are a British electronic music group, consisting of producers Matt Cantor and Aston Harvey.[1] They have released five studio albums and a number of mix compilations for, among others, Fabric and BBC Radio.

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GLL Episode 969

CLL #969 (feat. Smash Mouth) – 06/16/1999 – Wednesday Night Show

Source – TobyDog Tape (2008)

This is a new export and merging of the two known sources for this episode, Steve/Smash Mouth are making their 4th appearance on CLL. The Man Show premier was airing simultaneous to this episode on the west coast, Steve is very much himself and does a solid job, if you like him on the show you will like this appearance. Adam has a solid bit about Mexico. The episode is just over 99% complete with 41 seconds missing due to an emergency broadcast test that has been removed. Solid Episode!

From Wiki: Smash Mouth is an American rock band from San Jose, California. The band was formed in 1994,[1] and was originally composed of Steve Harwell (vocals), Kevin Coleman (drums), Greg Camp (guitar), and Paul De Lisle (bass). They are known for songs such as “Walkin’ on the Sun” (1997), “All Star” (1999), and a cover of The Monkees‘ “I’m a Believer” (2001), the latter two of which were featured on the soundtrack for the animated film Shrek.

The band adopted retro styles covering several decades of popular music. They have also performed numerous covers of popular songs, including War‘s “Why Can’t We Be Friends?“, Simple Minds‘ “Don’t You (Forget About Me)“, Question Mark & the Mysterians‘s “Can’t Get Enough of You Baby“, The Beatles‘ “Getting Better“, and “I Wan’na Be Like You” from Walt Disney Pictures‘ The Jungle Book.

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GLL Episode 968

CLL #968 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 06/15/1999 – Tuesday Night Show

Source – TobyDog Tape (2008) 

This is a new export of the only known source for this episode, the episode is nearly 100% complete, only missing a few seconds if anything at all. Adam rants about first class travel, Dr. Drew plays dumb when a girl calls in about her hymen and it’s the final episode to air before the premier of The Man Show on Comedy Central.

Unclepenny Notes:

– Smash Mouth in tomorrow, Man show premiers tomorrow, Wednesday the 16th
– Adam back from Chicago, Drew back from NY, Thursday was a Best of, the refer back to Sunday and Bruce was in last night.
– This archived calendar shows the Freestylers as being on the show the 17th and the 13th being a Best of Show and the 15h being a No Guest show which makes sense according to this recording:
http://web.archive.org/web/20010518162948/http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Villa/2825/guests/9906.html

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GLL Episode 967

CLL #967 (feat. Blink 182 w/ Dr. Bruce) – 06/14/1999 – Monday Night Show

Source – Unknown Fan Tape with TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches

This is a new export and merging of the two known files for this episode, Blink 182 are making their 3rd known appearance on the radio version of Loveline, though they possibly have a lost appearance or two. This is one of their all-time funniest appearances on the show, Dr. Bruce gets kind of lost in the proceedings but it’s a great episode nonetheless.

From WikiBlink-182 (often stylized as blink-182; pronounced “blink one eighty two”) is an American rock band formed in Poway, California in 1992. Since 2015, the lineup of the band has consisted of bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus, drummer Travis Barker, and guitarist and vocalist Matt Skiba. Founded by guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge, Hoppus and drummer Scott Raynor, the band emerged from the Southern California punk scene of the early 1990s and first gained notoriety for high-energy live shows and irreverent lyrical toilet humor. Blink-182 was initially known as Blink until an Irish band of the same name threatened legal action; in response, the band appended the meaningless number “-182”.

In its early years, Blink-182 toured heavily behind the band’s debut, Cheshire Cat (1995). The group signed with major label MCA Records to co-distribute its second album, Dude Ranch (1997). Raynor was fired midway through a 1998 tour and replaced by Barker. The group’s next two releases, Enema of the State (1999) and Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001), were enormous successes on the strength of radio and MTV airplay. The eponymously titled Blink-182 followed in 2003 and marked a stylistic shift for the group. DeLonge quit in 2005, sending the band into what was termed an “indefinite hiatus”. They reunited in 2009, producing the trio’s sixth album, Neighborhoods (2011). In 2015, DeLonge again exited and was replaced by Alkaline Trio guitarist and vocalist Matt Skiba. The band’s seventh studio album, California, was released on July 1, 2016.

Blink-182 is considered a key group in the development of pop punk; the band’s combination of pop melodies with fast-paced punk rock featured a more radio-friendly accessibility than prior bands. The trio has sold over thirteen million albums in the United States,[2] and over 50 million albums worldwide.[3] In 2011, The New York Times asserted, “no punk band of the 1990s has been more influential than Blink-182,” and even as the band receded after its 2005 split, “its sound and style could be heard in the muscular pop punk of Fall Out Boy or in the current wave of high-gloss Warped Tour punk bands, like All Time Low and The Maine.”[4]

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GLL Episode 963

CLL #963 (feat. Ben Folds Five) – 06/08/1999 – Tuesday Night Show

Source – TobyDog Tape (2008)

This is a new export of the only known source for this episode, the episode is nearly 100% complete, only missing a few seconds if anything at all. Adam and Drew go over the Pennywise incident from the previous night, playing some unheard off air audio. Drew chides Adam for his smoking during commercial breaks and the band are fun somewhat subdued guests.

From Wiki: Ben Folds Five are an American alternative rock trio formed in 1993 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The group’s members are Ben Folds (lead vocalspiano, keyboards, melodica, principal songwriting), Robert Sledge (bass, contrabass, synthesizer, backing vocals), and Darren Jessee (drums, percussion, backing vocals, songwriter). The group achieved mainstream success in the alternativeindie and pop music scenes. Their single “Brick” from the 1997 album Whatever and Ever Amen gained airplay on many mainstream radio stations. During their first seven years together, the band released three proper studio records, one retrospective album of B-sides and outtakes, and eight singles. They also contributed to a number of soundtracks and compilations. Ben Folds Five disbanded in October 2000. They reunited in 2011 and released their fourth album The Sound of the Life of the Mind in 2012.

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PODGODZ 270

Podgodz 270:  In a week I’m on a plane which might be why I forgot about tonight’s show

Recorded 28 November 2017

Westworld

Set up my plane viewing, phone and computer (Longmire, Legion rewatch, all the Star Wars movies (still waiting on episode 1 through 3 though, they should get on that.

 

Cleared my time killers: Except Dune. Fuck you @dune time for the mummy to return


Adds/Drops/Updates

 

Add: Dexter Guff is Smarter Than You (And You Can Be Too)

Drop: -/-

Updates: -/-

 

Shows that pissed me off/weren’t good

Heavyweight #13: Kenny

 

Top 10 shows of the Week

 

Up for contention but not making the list this week

No Agenda #985: Clip Job

Do By Friday: Jazz Girl

Defocused #171: Professional Annotators, #172: Little Tortilla of Misery

Roderick on the Line #285: Cisethesia

Roadwork #90: The Briefcase

Breakdown Breakdown #8: Orson Welles

 

LAX Top 10

 

10) CBC Radio This is That: Boot Camp ban, Drug Dealers against legalization

 

9)   TeeVee #251: The Punisher War Journal: Episodes 1-3

 

8)   The Jim Jeffries Show Podcast #9: Dan Bakkedahl, #10: Some people

 

7)   Defocused #170: Fresh Prince of the Galaxy (MiB)

 

6)   Eureka Podcast #241: Single Serving M&M

 

5)   Skip to the End #84: Justice League

 

4)   TV Guidance Counsellor #266: Michael Ian Black

 

3)   No Agenda #982: Support Squirrel, #983: 3 Belts One Road No Agenda #984: Show X

 

2)   NPR Planet Money #807: Anatomy of a Hustle (Paul Manafort)

 

1)    Doughboys: Arby’s 2 with John Hodgman

 

GIO Top 10

10. Doughboys Double Taco Time
09. Doughboys 2017 so far
08. Junkfood Cinema Brian Brushwood ‘Leap of Faith’ and Stranger Things 2
07. The 40 Year Old Boy 10×21 and 10×22
06. AD #413 Crempy
05. ACS #2205 Maddox
04. TVGC #266 MIB II
03. Resume: Watercooler #93
02. We’ll See You in Hell 4.27
01. Best Debate #76 and #77

On Next Week’s Gio and Lax Watch… maybe nothing?

 

On the next Lax and Gio Watch Shit

Lax makes Gio watch NOTHING. HAH! I’ll be in England, not able to watching of his shit…except I will be able to, oh fuck.

 

Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show…blah blah…Crown Royal sack.

 

Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show.

You can reach us @podgodz, podgodz@gmail.com and  on Facebook – that is podgodz with a Zed. You can also help fund this show, or Gio in general, at PATREON.com/Giovanni and hit up those Amazon Affiliate links.

Time to put the Crown Royal sack back on the microphone.

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GLL Episode 962

CLL #962 (feat. Pennywise) – 06/07/1999 – Monday Night Show

Source – Engineer Mike DVD (2010) with Engineer Mike Tape (2005) patches

This is a new export of the official studio tape as provided by Engineer Mike, this is one of the most insane episodes in Loveline history. Pennywise return to the show after their “soft ban” and Fletcher proceeds to get drunk in studio once again, after presenting Drew with a vomit filled trophy. The Police show up, Grenades are mentioned and chaos is the name of the game. Engineer Mike’s final night on Loveline with him training his protegee Engineer Anderson to take over, of all nights. This Episode is 100% Complete.

MTV News Article about the hostage situation/stand off

From WikiPennywise is an American punk rock band from Hermosa Beach, California, formed in 1988. The band took its name from the evil clown monster from the Stephen King horror novel It.
Between their 1991 self-titled debut and 2005’s The Fuse, Pennywise has released an album every two years on Epitaph Records, a label owned by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. To date, the band has released eleven full-length studio albums (the last being 2014’s Yesterdays), one live album, two EPs and one DVD. Although their first two studio albums were critically acclaimed, Pennywise would not experience worldwide commercial success until the 1995 release of their third studio album, About Time, which peaked at number ninety-six on the Billboard 200, and number fifty-five on Australia’s ARIA Charts. The band’s mainstream success was signified by a growing interest in punk rock during the 1990s, along with fellow California bands NOFXRancidBlink-182Bad ReligionGreen DayThe OffspringLagwagon and Sublime. By 2007, the band had independently sold over three million records worldwide,[1] making them one of the most successful independent punk acts of all time.

Pennywise’s current line-up consists of Jim Lindberg (vocals), Fletcher Dragge (guitars), Randy Bradbury (bass) and Byron McMackin (drums). They had kept their original line-up together until bassist Jason Thirsk died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in 1996, due to issues with his alcoholism, after which Bradbury joined as his replacement. In August 2009, Lindberg decided to leave the band; he was replaced in February 2010 by Ignite singer Zoli Téglás.[2] With Téglás, the band recorded their tenth studio album All or Nothing, which was released on May 1, 2012.[3] Lindberg rejoined the band later that year after Téglás was sidelined by a back injury.

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