GLL Episode 849

CLL #849 (feat. Kelli Williams) – 12/30/1998 – Wednesday Night Show

Source – JBJ Tape (2008)

This is the only known copy of this show, Adam and Kelli have great chemistry and are fantastic on air together, Adam and Drew have a hilarious reenactment and Adam gives a heartfelt rant about child abuse, wonderful episode and the last live show of 1998, going out in style! This is Kelli’s only known appearance on CLL.

From WikiKelli Renee Williams (born June 8, 1970) is an American actress. She is known for her roles as Lindsay Dole on the legal drama The Practice, psychologist and deception expert Dr. Gillian Foster on Lie to Me, and Jackie Clark on Army Wives.

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GLL Episode 848

CLL #848 (feat. Orgy) – 12/29/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source – JBJ Tape (2008)

Another JBJ Tape that is the only source for an episode, just like the last one. Orgy are making their 1st of 2 appearances on CLL, two band members return in 2000. This episode has some gambling, some shutting off of Drew’s mic which fans on LoveLineTapes are split on, some hate it, some love it. You decide for yourself. This episode is roughly 98% complete, just missing a minute or so at the top of the show, another minute or less from the start of the 2nd hour (Tape Flip) and the closing break.

From WikiOrgy is an American rock band formed in 1994, from Los Angeles, California.[1] Orgy described their industrial rock music as “death pop”.[2] The band is best known for their cover version of the New Order song “Blue Monday“.

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PODGODZ 244

Podgodz 244

Recorded 23 May 2017

Cleared my Daily feed for the first time in nearly a month, little progress on others.

 

Lax Top 10

 

Shows that pissed me off/weren’t good

Defocused?

 

Top 10 shows of the Week

 

Up for contention but not making the list this week

Roderick on the Line #245: An Ongoing Situation

BBC Radio News Quiz Extra

Bonanza #24: Toothbrush and Q-Tip

No Such Things As A Fish

 

Top 10

10) TV Guidance Counsellor #225: Wendy Liebman, #221 Michelle Barbera, #220 Anne Beatts

9)   No Agenda #928 Watergate II, #929 Sologamy, #930 Off Script, #931 Putin’s Playbook

8)   Do By Friday: People Have Died Here

7)    Eureka Podcast #215: A Worthwhile Conversation (For Once)

6)   99% Invisible #259: This is Chance: The Anchorwoman of the Great Alaska Earthquake

5)   The Incomparable #352: Hold My Space Beer (Guardians of the Galaxy)

4)   Skip to the End #71: Alien Covenant

3)   Hello Internet #82: God of Bees

2)   Eureka Podcast #216: Man Spreading with Amy with Earbuds and Earworms

1)    Do By Friday: The Milky Boys

 

GIO Top 10

10. AD #387
09. Carcast #920/TV Guidance Counselor #226
08. No Agenda #931
07. DDP #276 Listener Calls
06. We’ll See You In Hell 4×10 Alien Covenant
05. ADS #585 Jimmy O. Yang
04. The Fighter and the Kid #260 Andy Stumpf
03. ACS Billy Vera
02. The 40 Year Old Boy Year Nine, Episode Forty-Nine
01. ACS # Roy Wood Jr.

On Next Week’s Gio and Lax Watch shit we watch the 70s masterpiece, Battle Star Galactica (1978 Theatrical Cut).

 

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

GLL Episode 847

CLL #847 (feat. Natasha Gregson Wagner) – 12/28/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source – JBJ Tape (2008)

This is a show we’ve had for about a decade, Natasha is making her only known appearance on CLL. The episode is 99% complete, only missing the break outro and intro for the 2nd hour (The Tape Flip.)

 

From WikiNatasha Gregson Wagner (born September 29, 1970) is an American actress. Wagner was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Richard Gregson, a film producer, and actress Natalie Wood.

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GLL Episode 846

CLL #846 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 12/27/1998 – Sunday Night Show

Source – JBJ Tape (2008) with Tobydog Tape (2007) patches

This is a brand new merging for this wonderful episode. Using the incorrectly dated JBJ tape for the base and the Toby tape to cover up some heavy static and a few missing holes. Adam and Drew are in rare form with “Cum Stones”, “Groom You For His Abuse Farm” and “They do have washing machines. They have women. They’re washing machines you can have sex with.” Plus Adam tells the story of defecating in a decorative popcorn tin. Episodes #844 and #845 are still lost to time, but we do know that Best Of was programmed for holidays, it was up to the affiliates to choose to play them or not, so this is definitely #846 and somewhere out there #844 and #845 are rotting in a dump/transmitting across the universe. We do not have to renumber 2635 shows, rejoice! 100% Complete Episode.

UnclePenny’s LoveLineTapes Notes: This is a bit of an odd show seeing how it was just 2 days after Christmas. It really is a great show though, definitely worth a listen. Drew brought some of those stupid Furby toys into the studio. He set them next the mic so people could hear them but Adam asks engineer Mike to shut the mic off. A couple minutes later he has to ask him again.

Drew just got back from a trip to Beaver Creek with his family. Adam explains why he doesn’t like skiing and skiers. Halfway into the first call Drew is forced to smother the furbies once again to stop making noise. A caller brings up Adam doing Dingle Boy. Sherry gets on the mic and explains that she would wear an engagement ring along with her wedding band but was too poor to afford both. She speaks a couple times in this show. Adam calls the two month’s salary tip for buying a ring recockulous. He compares it to the 3,000 mile oil changes that could be stretched out a couple more thousand.

Drew tells a girl that she is being groomed for an “abuse farm.” Engineer Mike says that Drew bought him a very nice pocket watch for Christmas. Meanwhile Adam got him a decorative popcorn tin. I believe this triggers the first popcorn tin reference. It sounds like the first one because Drew is shocked at him crapping in it.

A great South Park intro is played. Adam announces Producer Ann is on vacation. He got her some sea salts for Christmas.

Dr. Drew says he ran into Mrs. Fields at the airport, yes Mrs. Fields from the cookies they sell in vending machines. She has 10 kids and is actually pretty good looking. The next call is one of the most bizarre ones I’ve heard. A guy named Art is 75 years old! Possible the oldest caller ever.

In 1998 a caller named Eva was 73. Art says he smokes weed out of a pipe with a doctors prescription to stop leg pains. His wife died in 1996 and he’s now dating a 43 year old and she wants
him to get circumcised.

Adam mentions Christof, his German brother in-law. He complains how Stone Stanley gave him a $1000 Christmas bonus but KROQ did nothing and MTV gave him socks and didn’t invite them to the Christmas party. He talks about covering the OJ Simpson trial and not being reimbursed for an $18 parking fee. Adam tells a story about sneaking into the Weeze’s refrigerator and getting caught by the dad named Stan. Caller Kim’s boyfriend has a tattoo of a barcode. The artist said as long as the needle didn’t have dried blood on it then he would be safe. Adam asks a question about genocide which makes Drew dig out the dictionary and look up the definition.

An intro by the Nelson twins is played. Adam says they were nice guys but it was very uncomfortable when a clip of him bashing Gunner was played.

This was when one of the Morrell twins said she
was dating him. This show with the Morrell twins is now available. So I guess it turns out it was Engineer Mike and not Anderson that
played this trick on Adam. There’s a cool promo for Monday Night Football but then they guy says “Join me, Ted Stryker…” A caller says Adam was hitting on his cousin. They were actually good friends back in the day. There’s a funny drop of Victoria Jackson saying “there’s something wrong with his testicles?”

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PODGODZ 243

Podgodz 243: Gio gets punched in his muppets.

Recorded 16 May 2017

Gio picked Farscape, a show that he likes and maybe gets good eventually. Did he start Lax out where it starts getting good? NOPE! Swim that river of shit!

In two episodes time Gio has a decision to make. Pain now or pain later.

 

From Wikipedia

Farscape is an Australian-American science fiction television series, produced originally for the Nine Network. The series was conceived by Rockne S. O’Bannon and produced by The Jim Henson Company and Hallmark Entertainment. The Jim Henson Company was responsible for the various alien make-up and prosthetics, and two regular characters (the animatronic puppets Rygel and Pilot) are entirely Creature Shop creations.

Although the series was planned for five seasons, it was abruptly cancelled after production had ended on its fourth season, ending the series on a cliffhanger. Co-producer Brian Henson later secured the rights to Farscape, paving the way for a three-hour miniseries to wrap up the cliffhanger, titled Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars, which Henson directed. In 2007, it was announced that the creator was returning for a web-series but production has been repeatedly delayed. A comic book miniseries was released in December 2008 that was in continuity with both the series and the hoped-for webisodes.

In February 2014 it was reported that a screenplay for a new Farscape movie was in development. At WonderCon 2014, Rockne S. O’Bannon confirmed to Nerdacy. that a Farscape movie is in development but in very early stages.

 

Season One

Earth astronaut John Crichton is unexpectedly hurled to an unknown part of the Milky Way galaxy via a wormhole. He is dropped into the middle of an escape attempt by Moya, a living spaceship, from the militaristic Peacekeepers, who had been using it as a prison transport. In the chaos he has an accidental collision with a Peacekeeper fighter, resulting in the death of its pilot. Although the escape is successful, the Peacekeeper Captain, Bialar Crais, fixates on Crichton as the murderer of the pilot – his brother – and begins a campaign to chase Crichton down.

The various crew have no common goal, each only wishing to go home. Unfortunately to avoid Crais’s pursuit they have to travel into the Uncharted Territories, and thus have no idea how to get home. The other crew also have little respect for Crichton, seeing him only as a “primitive hoo-man” who does not understand even the basic tenets of life in space.

Various episodes explore the characters’ back stories. Aeryn begins to learn that the Peacekeepers are not always as correct as she had believed. Zhaan is forced to bring up the dark side she had worked to suppress. D’Argo admits he was framed for his wife’s murder and has no idea where his child is. Rygel confronts his former jail keeper and torturer. And Moya herself becomes pregnant after a Peacekeeper experiment is accidentally activated.

Meanwhile, Crichton continues to research the wormhole that brought him here. He is forced to sell what little progress he has made to an alien mechanic as payment for repairs on the Farscape module

 

Going in production order, not airing order..

 

 

Episode 1: Premier

Present day human John Crichton is unexpectedly sucked through a wormhole and flung to “…some distant part of the universe on a ship, a living ship, full of strange alien life forms”, where he becomes trapped with a group of escaped prisoners after he accidentally kills a local law enforcer.

 

Lax: Not a good start, what’s his name from Galactica 80 still hasn’t learned to act, the show looks cheap and like it they randomly cut out large sections of the show where maybe they explained things.

 

 

Episode 2: I, E.T. (#4)

A Peacekeeper beacon goes off and Moya has to land on an alien planet to prevent its signal being intercepted and Moya being discovered. Crichton, D’Argo and Aeryn leave Moya and explore the planet in search of a substance that can be used to numb Moya’s senses so the beacon can be removed but Crichton gets separated from the group and meets up with some inhabitants of the planet who hide him from the authorities.

 

Lax: No wonder they delayed this one, not good. Not good.

 

Episode 3: Exodus from Genesis (#5)

Moya is invaded by spawning space bugs, which produce clones of the crew. To complicate matters, a Peacekeeper retrieval squad arrives and Aeryn begins to suffer heat delirium.

 

Lax: Heat delirium? Really?.

 

Episode 4: Throne for a Loss (#2)

Rygel’s plot to appear regal backfires when he, along with a much needed part of Moya’s propulsion system, are snatched by Tavlecs who possess drug-dispensing power gauntlets.

 

Lax: Not a horrible one, which was justifiably moved up in airing.

 

Episode 5: Back and Back and Back to the Future (#3)

The crew comes across a ship that is molecularly de-stabilizing. D’Argo makes everyone bring the ship’s escape pod aboard when he discovers that the ship’s passengers are Ilanics, long-time allies of the Luxans. Aboard the escape pod, Crichton gets a shock and starts experiencing strange visions of the future, first of himself and one of the Ilanics, then of Moya’s destruction.

 

Lax: Probably the best of these eleven episodes, still horrible acting and out of no where twists and little to no explanation of what the fuck is happening and why.

 

Episode 6: Thank God It’s Friday

D’Argo, after threatening the crew with Luxan hyper-rage, is later found docile and happy on a planet and decides to stay. Crichton discovers that the planet’s food contains a drug, with the help of a small band of rebels immune to its effects, and must determine a way to convince the others of the truth and the true nature of the drug.

 

Lax: Not horrible

 

Episode 7: PK Tech Girl

The hulk of the legendary Peacekeeper ship, the Zelbinion, holds a pleasant surprise for Crichton, but Rygel must confront the time spent on the ship where he was tortured by the sadistic commander Captain Durka, while the crew work to reactivate the ship’s shields to defend themselves from an attack.

 

Lax: Of course they just happen upon a Peacekeeper ship that the muppet was of course imprisioned in.

 

Episode 8: That Old Black Magic

On a commerce planet, Crichton finds himself lured into an alternate reality controlled by Maldis, a being who feeds off negative energy. He is pitted against Crais in a fight to the death, leaving Zhaan to tap into her old darkness to try to help him.

 

Lax: Good idea, cheaply done, poorly acted.

 

Episode 9: DNA Mad Scientist

In exchange for samples of their DNA, a genetic scientist offers the Moyans star charts to reach their respective homeworlds, but his demands become too extreme when he takes one of Pilot’s arms and his experiments result in Aeryn mutating into a Pilot hybrid.

 

Lax: Where the fuck did this come from? Fuck them. When a hack writer all of a sudden writes a body horror episodes that comes from nowhere you really have to wonder if anyone has any idea what the fuck is going on.

 

Episode 10: They’ve Got a Secret

While inspecting access shafts D’Argo is flushed into space. The DRDs turn on the crew and Moya cuts off life support, while the crew attempts to find the cause from a revived but delusional D’Argo.

 

Lax: So, that’s what space pregnancy is like?

 

Episode 11: Till the Blood Runs Clear

After creating a wormhole Crichton’s module is repaired on a nearby planet by Furlow, while Vorcarian Blood Trackers Rorf and Rorg attempt to collect the Peacekeeper bounty placed on their heads.

 

Lax: So he records his super-important information on a fucking cassette tape?

 

 

So many stupid things about his show. What the fuck is treble bitch about? Why have they not airlocked the muppet? What didn’t pilot kill them all. or for that matter Moya? She doesn’t need them. Word can go fuck himself, tall people can’t act. His makeup is bad. Really bad.

 

I was at least expecting space boobs but this aired, at least in Canada, on YTV – think Nickelodeon.

 

Gio now has an option. Take his punishment now (Star Cops 1987 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWWFwLWJZEc&list=PL5nu0EE47YsMSaI7NPCzqLFfChR6nUaU9 ) or wait and instead watch Battlestar Galactica (1978 Theatrical)

 

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

GLL Episode 843

CLL #843 (feat. Best Of) – 12/22/1998 – Tuesday Night Show

Source – TobyDog Tape (2008)

This is again the only source for this best of episode, featuring clips of Matt Stone and Trey Parker, Chris Kataan, Caroline Rhea and Sean Lennon, all shows from 1998 that have aired in the G.I.O. Feed. GLL episodes #844 and #845 are still missing, if they exist. Holiday Best Of was typically edited in batches of 5, it’s unclear if they aired best of on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas, many affiliates aired other content, often Christmas themed music/religious stuff. For the sake of the numbering of the show we cannot remove any dates from the possible episode list, at some point we will remove all best of episodes from the official Total Production Number of original episodes.

UnclePenny’s LoveLineTapes Notes: 0:00-45:50 – Matt Stone and Trey Parker (Aired 1998-07-27)
46:53: – 1:07:51 – Caroline Rhea (Aired 1998-09-14)
1:08:271:18:30 – Chris Kattan (Aired 1998-10-07)
1:18:551:35:00 – Sean Lennon (Aired 1998-07-28)

– Same intro from Adam and Drew as the 1998-12-20 and 1998-12-21 Best of shows, just different guests/order of guests. I am going to say this aired on 1998-12-22. All shows are from 1998 and this aired after October 7th.

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GLL Episode 842

CLL #842 (feat. Best Of) – 12/21/1998 – Monday Night Show

Source – TobyDog Tape (2008)

This is again the only source for this best of episode, featuring clips of Sean Lennon, Chris Kataan, Andy Dick and Everlast, all shows from 1998 that have aired in the G.I.O. Feed.

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GLL Episode 841

CLL #841 (feat. Best Of) – 12/20/1998 – Sunday Night Show

Source – TobyDog Tape (2008)

This is again the only source for this best of episode, featuring clips of Cypress Hill, Garey Busey, Everlast, Chris Kattan and Caroline Rhea. Once Again all shows from 1998 that have aired in the G.I.O. Feed.

UnclePenny’s LoveLineTape Notes: The first guest is Cypress Hill. Adam says B-Real is starting to look like an accountant. He announces he has become a conservative stoner.

Caller Tera corrects Adam when he calls her Tara.

A guy named Scott says they do a sick show. Drew asks gets a bit confused by his comment. Here’s how it sounded:

Scott: I also want to say to Dr. Drew and Adam, you guys do a sick show.
Adam: Thanks…
Drew: Is that a good thing?
Adam: That’s good.

The next guest is Gary Busey. When they go into the segment, Drew is talking on the phone in the other room.

A 16 year old guy has a job working at a lamp store. Adam says he wouldn’t know how to react if someone told him they work at a lamp store.

The next guest is Everlast. This segment doesn’t seem familiar so it may not be in the 37 minute long version.

Adam does his Tim (Teeem) the Russian Rapper impersonation. Adam says it was funny when they went to the beach because Nate was really skinny and Tim weighed about 250 pounds. On the way to the beach, they’d listen to rap music in Adam’s truck and he’d rap along. Adam does the two rhymes Tim would often do and Everlast says he may sample him on his next record.

Chris Kattan is the next guest.

Adam says they were recently in Syracuse, NY. They were speaking at Syracuse University and Drew accidently offended allot of the students after the first question. Adam says the rest of the thing was just him picking up the pieces.

A girl says she’s seen Chris’s movie in the theatre 4 times.

Adam and Drew are going to be traveling soon. Adam suggests they don’t talk while on the road. Drew brings up how he never shuts up when they’re on a plane and Adam says he’ll make an exception on the no talking rule for plane rides.

The Goo Goo Dolls are the next guest. Adam asks Drew if he should be touching the monitor screen because it’s going to have to last Westwood None for a long time.

The first caller says Drew is cute but Adam is a pimp. A Goo Goo Dolls song is played.

The last guest is Caroline Rhea. She says whenever she goes to speak at colleges all the posters say her show is free. Adam says they were DeKalb……… and a girl stood up and asked a question in an interesting way.

A caller says he has a way for Adam to finally get the video “Spank Me, F Me.” The video apparently stars Kayla Cleavage and Minka.

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GLL Episode 840

CLL #840 (feat. George Lowe as ‘Space Ghost’) – 12/17/1998 – Thursday Night Show

Source – JBJ Tape (2008) with Unknown Tape Patches

This is George’s 2nd known episode, both in character and both times joining the show remotely from a different coast, coast to coast indeed! George only breaks character once and it’s because of Adam delivering a hilarious one liner, great episode. This is a new merging of the JBJ Tape and an Unknown recording, restoring over 10 minutes of lost content, the show starts in progress.

From WikiGeorge Edward Lowe (born November 10, 1958)[1][2][3] is an American voice actor and comedian. He is perhaps best known for his role as the voice of Space Ghost on the Cartoon Network/Adult Swim/GameTap animated series Space Ghost Coast to Coast; he also played the part for its spin-off Cartoon Planet.[4] He continued to voice Space Ghost in several cameos in other programs for several years, even following the conclusion of the series. He has also made recurring voice appearances on Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Robot Chicken.

Space Ghost

Lowe did occasional voice-over work for TBS throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, as well as occasional voice-overs for Cartoon Network in the mid 1990s. Lowe’s career as a voice actor officially began in 1994 with the premiere of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, in which he starred as the lead role of Space Ghost. Space Ghost Coast to Coast finished a ten-year run of new episodes on Cartoon Network/Adult Swim in 2004, and was revived on Gametap for 2 seasons during 2006–2008 for an additional 16 episodes.

Lowe has performed Space Ghost‘s voice more than any other role in his acting career, and he has portrayed the character more often than any other actor. (Gary Owens is second and Andy Merrill is third.) In addition to Space Ghost Coast to Coast and its spin-off program Cartoon Planet, Lowe has made appearances as Space Ghost in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters, The Brak Show (he was also a series regular, providing the voice for Dad), Robot Chicken (among various other characters), Perfect Hair Forever, and other Adult Swim series. As Space Ghost, Lowe has served as the voice of the Cartoon Network’s merchandise phone sales line.

Lowe performed live and in costume as Space Ghost during the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters premiere webcast for Adult Swim; it can also be found among the extras of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume Five DVD set. Lowe reprise his role as Space Ghost in the 2011 game Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion (where Space Ghost is the announcer), but did not in the 2012 revival of Cartoon Planet.

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