GLL Episode 1168

CLL #1168 (feat. Dicky Barrett of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)

03/21/2000 Tuesday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018) with an Unknown source (Pre-2007) Tape Patch

 

An episode first recovered over a decade ago, Dicky Barrett of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones returns to the show for his 4th known appearance of the Adam era. Now 100% complete with a huge audio upgrade. Freshly transferred this afternoon, as hot of the presses as these episodes come. Two very solid calls in this episode!

From Wiki: Richard Michael Barrett (born June 22, 1964), better known as Dicky Barrett, is an American singer who is the frontman of Ska punk band The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and the announcer for Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Barrett is known for his distinctive loud, gravelly voice.

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Podgodz 300

Podgodz 300: This is the End…

Recorded 07 August 2018

Lax Notes:

Back from the Cabin, but still with 1 more day off

 

Looking at back notes to the show, starting at #15 which is when I started to keep them. September 2012: I miss Ganz on Car Cast and an dropping it. You Look Nice Today is still releasing episodes, I am pissed off at Carolla for being mean, doing bad pod, and being disrespectful to guests by making them wait, even David Wilde who I hate.

 

I was just about to drop Mental Illness Happy Hour, and I thought that Chris Hardwick was “Strangely mean and no one seems to be having fun”. Of my Top 5 I am listening to No Agenda and Roderick on the Line.

 

Show 25: November 9, 2012.

 

I was angry at Disney for preventing Simmons from being on Carolla and comment that they just bought Star Wars. Yep.

I was cooling on WTF and found Maron a chore.

Aww, Megaboom was a thing and I listened to Apatow on the ACS.

 

#32: Nerdist Sampler

“The problem is I don’t like Chris. I do not think he is authentic and is perhaps an alien simulacrum. The other huge problem for me is the long term banking of shows. I know he is a busy guy, so maybe he has to bank some episodes, but they should at least be released in order. I would rather they release fewer episodes.

 

I am also not a fan of the shows they record at the E! studios. They seem distracted, there is a guy working over in the corner, and it is them eking out time in the middle of the work day so NONE of them are in the mood to be funny – they are busy and thinking about the rest of the day.”

 

Episode 100, April 2, 2014

Still listening to Classic Loveline (Little Brother Nate), JJGO and Stop Podcasting yourself. Dune was actually making podcasts.

 

#200 28 June 2016. My top show was This Life with Dr. Drew and Skelator (in a hat) talking to Craig Shoemaker.

 

#230: 31 January 2017, the last weekly podcast episode. Aww, Low Budget had an update, I went to an Anti-Fascist rally totally now with a baby bjorn with my service weapon in it.

 

Eureka was a show, fuck those quitters, an also runner was Night Attack with guest Robert Carghill.

 

So with that trip down memory lane…my god, why the fuck has anyone kept listening? Clearly I stopped caring well into double digits.

 

 

 

Adds/Drops/Updates

 

Add: ~/~

Drop:   ~/~

Updates:  ~/~

 

Shows that pissed me off/weren’t good

~/~

 

 

Top 10 shows of the Week

 

Up for contention but not making the list this week

Defocused #204: As You Know, That’s Crush Depth (Crimson Tide)

No Agenda #1054: Without Evidence, #1055: Tongue Jammin

Defocused #203: Bone-ar (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom)

TeeVee Games of Thrones Rewind S01E01

Do By Friday: Her Partner, Pam

Omnibus: The Barefoot Bandit

Junkfood Cinema: Shakedown

 

Top 10

 

10) No Agenda #1056: Q-Vision & #1057: Heckler’s Veto

 

9)  You’re the Expert: Invasive Species (With Ken Reid)

 

8)  The Villain Edit #53: Making It Is Fun

 

7)   Top Four #42: Friends

 

6)   Do By Friday: Gargac!

 

5)   Somehow I Manage #19 & #20: S2E13 and E14

 

4)  Reconcilable Difference #83:  Pit of Feek

 

3)   Omnibus: Skyskraper Helipads & The D-Day Crosswords

 

2)  The Incomparable #418: I Enjoyed it on a Quantum Level (Ant Man,… & The Wasp)

 

1)   ‘80s All Over: December 1983

 

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GLL Episode 1167

CLL #1167 (feat. Vertical Horizon)

03/20/2000 Monday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018) with an Unknown source (Pre-2007) Tape Patch

An episode first recovered over a decade ago, featuring one of the rare “live in studio” musical performance on CLL, now with a huge audio upgrade and 100% complete. This is the first of two appearances by the band, they return to the show in November of 2000 for CLL #1338.

From Wiki: Vertical Horizon is an American alternative rock band formed at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. in 1991. The band is best known for their 1999 hit single, “Everything You Want“. Their most recent album, The Lost Mile, was released on February 23, 2018.

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Podgodz 299

Podgodz 299: 12 Monkeys (2015) S01 E01 & E02

Recorded 31 July 2018

 

What LAX is Watching

Orange is the New Black

Santa Clarita Diet

 

A Backdoor pilot, an unrelated time travel spec script gets turned into a 12 Monkeys because the people who owns the rights want some money.

 

Let’s round up all the not great: script, acting, and story.

 

Episode 1

In 2043, scientists led by Katarina Jones complete a Project Splinter time machine to stop an apocalyptic plague before it happens. Their best lead is a corrupted 2017 recording from virologist Cassandra “Cassie” Railly which identifies Leland Frost with the plague’s origins and prophetically asks for James Cole, whom Jones recruits as a chrononaut. Cole questions Cassie in 2013, proving he is a time traveller by causing a scratch to appear on a future version of her watch, but she does not yet know about Frost. Cassie investigates on her own and when they meet again in 2015 she has identified Frost as Markridge Group CEO Leland Goines who is working on biological weapons. Cole fails to assassinate Goines and they are captured, Goines realizing that Cole is a time traveller he’d met in 1987 when Cole was looking for the Army of the 12 Monkeys. Knowing he will survive to do this, Cole puts the two versions of Cassie’s watch together, creating an explosive paradox. He kills Goines but it does not rewrite the post-apocalyptic future. Elsewhere, psychiatric patient Jennifer Goines inherits her father’s fortunes and is shown drawing the monkey logo.

 

Episode 2

Cole is directed to find information about a patient in a Philadelphia mental institution who is somehow linked to the “Army of the 12 Monkeys.” The scientists attempt to send him to 2015, but he winds up in North Korea in 2006, where an interrogator finds Cole’s note with the institution’s address. After being redirected to 2015 Cole finds the mentally unstable Jennifer Goines in the institution. Cassie gets Aaron Marker to take her to hide in her parents’ old bookstore, and she tells him there’s a cover-up taking place about Leland Goines’s death. Aaron brings her information spied from North Korea identifying Cole’s presence there in 2006, as well as the address of the institution from Cole’s note. At the institution Jennifer tells Cole that she worked for her father, and that she’s one of only two people left who know the location of his secret lab, the Night Room. Just as Cassie arrives at the institution to get Cole, a mysterious pallid man with a scar arrives and kidnaps Jennifer. He is revealed to be the man who killed both Jennifer’s coworkers at her father’s lab (leading to her mental breakdown) and Cassie’s ex-NSA contact Jeremy.

 

On the next episode, it’s our last podcast only episode and then we go fortnightly and jam it all into one burrito of shame.

 

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.

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GLL Episode 1165

CLL #1165 (feat. Barry W. Blaustein)

03/16/2000 Thursday Night Show

Source – JBJ Tape (2008) 

An episode first recovered almost a decade ago, 99.9% complete, just missing a few seconds of discussion about ‘Nutty Professor II: The Klumps’  now with a slight audio upgrade. Barry is making his only appearance on CLL, promoting ‘Beyond the Mat’  Enjoy!

From WikiBarry W. Blaustein is an American comedy writer best known for his writing on Saturday Night Live and What’s Alan Watching? and the screenplays for Coming to America and The Nutty Professor all written in collaboration with David Sheffield.[1][2]

Blaustein directed, wrote, produced, and narrated the wrestling documentary Beyond the Mat.

From WikiBeyond the Mat is a 1999 documentary film directed, written, produced and narrated by Barry W. Blaustein. The film focuses on the lives of professional wrestlers outside of the ring, primarily Mick FoleyTerry Funk, and Jake Roberts, as well as some aspiring wrestlers. It focuses on the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) during its rise in popularity, and many other independent wrestlers and organizations. The film was originally released in U.S. theaters in March 2000, and later on VHS and DVD.

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GLL Episode 1164

CLL #1164 (feat. Debra Wilson and Mo Collins)

03/15/2000 Wednesday Night Show

Source – Unknown Zone 105 Recording (2000)

An episode first recovered over 15 years ago, the only known source and roughly 70% complete. Debra and Mo are making their first known appearances on the radio show, though it’s possible Debra has been on prior, at least on the MTV show. Drew is broadcasting remotely which leads to an “incident” the audio has been repaired and reprocessed. Sadly the best we’re probably ever going to get.

From WikiMad TV (stylized as MADtv) is an American comedy sketch television series originally inspired by Mad magazine. The show featured animated Spy vs. Spy and Don Martin cartoon shorts as well as images of Alfred E. Neuman in earlier seasons, although the sketch comedy rarely if ever had any relation to the magazine’s content. Its first TV broadcast was on October 14, 1995. The one-hour show first-ran on Saturday nights on Fox and was in syndication on Comedy Central. In Australia, the show screens on satellite and cable TV channel The Comedy Channel and in late-night timeslots on free-to-air broadcaster the Nine Network and its affiliates.

Mad TV was created by Fax Bahr and Adam Small. The series was originally produced by Bahr/Small Productions and Quincy Jones/David Salzman Entertainment (QDE). After Bahr and Small left the series at the end of the third season (they were later credited as “executive consultants“), the series was handled by QDE and distributed by WB Television Distribution (its parent company Time Warner Entertainment owns Mad magazine through its DC Comics subsidiary). The series was directed by Bruce Leddy (196 episodes),[1] as well as David Grossman, and Amanda Bearse.

On November 12, 2008, Fox announced that Mad TV’s 14th season would be its last. David Salzman said that he would be exploring the continuation of the show on another channel; possibly cable.[2] In early 2009, the show was moved to air after Talkshow with Spike Feresten, the show that normally followed Mad TV, as a test, before being moved back. The series finale aired on May 16, 2009.[3] The show was nominated for 35 Emmy awards, winning five, and was succeeded by an unrelated animated sketch comedy series (intended for a children/preteen audience), Mad, that aired on Cartoon Network from 2010 to 2013.

On December 11, 2015, it was reported that the series would be returning for a one-hour special on The CW to celebrate the series’ 20th anniversary; the special aired on January 12, 2016. A large portion of the original cast returned.[4]

On April 11, 2016, The CW announced that it was reviving the show for an 8-episode season to air in primetime. The season premiered on July 26, 2016 and concluded on September 27, 2016. The CW has cancelled the series.

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GLL Episode 1163

CLL #1163 (feat. Molly Culver)

03/14/2000 Tuesday Night Show

Source – Unknown Recording (2000)

An episode first shared over 15 years ago, sadly only a partial recording featuring roughly the last 30% of the episode. Too bad we don’t have the full recording as still-single Adam is swooning and in rare form, bizarre callers. I wish we had more, now remastered with a break bumper added back in. 

From Wiki: Molly Culver (born July 18, 1967 in Santa Clara CountyCalifornia) is an American actress and model of 1/4 Chickasaw/Choctaw descent. She is best known for portraying the role of Tasha Dexter on the syndicated TV series V.I.P..

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GLL Episode 1162

CLL #1162 (feat. Shmuley Boteach)

03/13/2000 Monday Night Show

Source – Unknown Recording (Pre-2009)

Another episode first shared over a decade ago, only a single recording exists. The episode is 94% complete, just missing the final closing segment and the bumpers/some brief talking leading up to the breaks. The audio has been remastered and features Shmuley making his 2nd of 3 bookings within the shortest single guest Three-peat booking window known. AFI have the band record and Benji Madden has the single guest double booking recording due to just showing up the following night. Another solid outing for Shmuley proving why he was such a media darling and fast friends with the staff at Loveline. Shmuley has 4 total appearances on CLL, he returns to the show in April of 2000 and then again in 2001.

From Wiki: Shmuel “Shmuley” Boteach (שמואל (שמולי) בוטח, /ˈʃmli bˈt.ək/ SHMOO-lee boh-TAY-ək; born November 19, 1966) is an American Orthodox Jewish rabbi, author, TV host and public speaker. Boteach is the author of 30 books,[2] including Kosher Sex: A Recipe for Passion and Intimacy, published in 1999,[3] and Kosher Jesus, published in 2012. His outspokenness has earned him praise and criticism; Newsweek magazine named him one of the 50 most influential rabbis in the United States three years in a row, including sixth in 2010.[4][5] He resides in Englewood, New Jersey.[6]

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GLL Episode 1161

CLL #1161 (feat. Bobby Slayton)

03/12/2000 Sunday Night Show

Source – Lost Tape (2018) with Unknown Zone 105 mp3 (2000) and JBJ Tape (2008) Patches

An episode first recovered in full 18 years ago, that was replaced with the superior JBJ record 10 years ago and now the final 100% complete version with the best audio quality possible. The Definitive release. Bobby is making his only appearance on CLL. during the Adam era. Bobby has at least one previous appearance from before Adam joined the show.

From Wiki: Robert Michael Slayton (born May 25, 1955) is an American actor, voice actor, and stand-up comedian sometimes referred to as “The Pitbull of Comedy” or “Yid Vicious”. Slayton is probably best known for a supporting role in the 2001 film Bandits, and as a frequent guest on The Adam Carolla Show.

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GLL Episode 1160

CLL #1160 (feat. Grace Quek)

03/09/2000 Thursday Night Show

Source – Unknown SBP Tape (2008) with  Zone 105 Tape (2000) Patches

An episode first recovered over 15 years ago, now remastered with the breaks restored and 100% complete by merging two recordings, the episode has never been presented remastered, commercial free and merged with the higher quality source where available. After a lot of work it’s finally finished and ready to release. I hope you enjoy this one, it took a lot of work to restore. Sadly CLL #1159 (feat. Sheeri Rappaport) is still missing from the archive and possibly lost forever.

From Wiki: Annabel Chong (real name: Grace Quek; born 22 May 1972)[1] is the stage name of a retired Singaporean-born American pornographic film actress who became famous after starring in an adult film that was promoted as The World’s Biggest Gang Bang. The film was commercially successful and started a trend of “record-breaking” gang bang pornography.[3] Four years later Chong was the subject of the documentary Sex: The Annabel Chong Story, in which she was interviewed about her pornography career. Academically gifted, she majored in Fine Arts and subsequently qualified in web applications development, before retiring from the adult industry completely in 2003.[4][5]

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