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?”
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) 1:08:27–1:18:30 – Chris Kattan (Aired 1998-10-07) 1:18:55 –1:35:00 – 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This is a new Lost Tape and Kevin Tape merged with the older TobyDog Tape to complete the recording, Adam goes off on Barney’s Of New York and John tells the gang about his parents. They also receive a possibly bogus call from a guy describing his “Hammer” technique. Solid Episode and John’s only appearance, he only once appeared on air with Adam again on the KLSX ACS on November 13th 2007.
From Wiki: John Joseph Fugelsang (born September 3, 1969) is an American actor, television personality and comedian.
CLL #838 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 12/15/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with Tobydog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a new Kevin Tape. Adam predates ‘The Friend Zone’ with FriendVille, Drew says the night before he almost stopped caring about the show because they were so out of it.
UnclePenny’s LoveLineTapes Notes: Drew says the night before he almost stopped caring about the show because they were so out of it.
Adam and Drew were listening to the show where Adam lit his farts and mention they will put it on one of the best of shows coming up over the holiday break. Adam threatens to smack Drew in the back of the head for eating a throat lozenge.
Engineer Mike says Drew was spilling coffee all over the place from laughing so hard during the lit farts show and had to leave the room.
Caller Ann is an incredibly dumb caller. She is in
college and messing around with her boss. Here are a couple of the things they ask her.
Drew: Is he a student there?
Ann: Yeah, I’m a student.
Adam: Are your mom and dad still together?
Adam: Do you like him?
Ann: My boss?
Caller Angela is a stripper. She cannot understand why guys like going to strip clubs so Adam has to explain it to her.
Caller Mike is suspected of using a false name. He is asked to spell Michael and he screws it up/messes with them because he’s so high. When Adam asks what his question is he says he forgot.
A guy calls in who is an air traffic controller. Adam goes to use the reverb button but then finds out there is another button that makes it sounds like he’s on a phone.
Adam says his sister is coming back from Germany. She just bought a house and is going to have Adam start working on it.
A stripper calls in to yell at Adam and Drew for calling strippers abused. Adam has Drew’s mic shut off so he can talk to her alone. He tells Drew to go do something while he’s talking to her. It turns out the caller dated a 19 year old when she was 15 and the guy drowned.
Adam takes another stab at engineer Mike’s army cot apartment. Later he talks about being on the show Two guys, a girl and a pizza place.
At the end of the show Adam punches up
everyone on hold and tells them they can’t talk because the show’s over and hangs up on them.
At the very end they mention their episodes of Space Ghost will be aired soon.
CLL #837 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 12/14/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a new Kevin Tape Upgrade
UnclePenny’s LoveLineTapes Notes: This is a great no guest show. It is actually a more complete version of the show labeled 11/xx/1998 with 73 year old caller Eva. There are also allot of callers who are dumber than usual.
The guest for this show is the “love that the hosts find between the two of them.”
Apparently a dentist called earlier who offered to bleach Adam’s teeth for free over the holiday break. Before Adam can start ranting about dentists and the garbage men that come to his house, Drew takes a call. It sounds like the caller is playing the wooden block game Jenga. She won’t fess up to there being a ton of noise in the background. She is nothing but trouble for the rest of the call and ends up getting put on hold.
The next couple callers are just complainers about how the show is handled.
The next caller is a gay German/Irish chef and sounds like he’s going to come through and get the show back on track but he drops the F bomb twice in about 30 seconds and is put on hold as well. What’s odd about this guy is that he has the male equivalent of the little girl voice that is heard so much. He has some really bizarre stories to tell about his past.
Adam says something about the band Goldfinger and Drew says “no way!” like he’s really interested in the band.
Adam makes fun of engineer Mike’s army cot in his apartment. This causes him to play the “and that’s funny why???” drop.
This show has the return of 73 year old caller Eva. She talks about her 6 week honeymoon and using a series of graduated glass cylinders. She also reveals she’s been married 4 times. Adam offers to set her up with engineer Mike.
Adam compares doing comedy for Drew is like doing comedy for a raccoon.
Adam talks about kids having braces and how kids with headgear got made fun of. During the next break Drew tells Adam he used to wear a hear set when he was 9 years old.
When he talks about wearing it to school Adam makes fun of his albino hemophiliac school.
A caller by the name of Stacy drops another F bomb and the whole word gets through. A drop is played where Adam once said the F word on the air and it got bleeped out. A recording of this show doesn’t seem to exist though. The girl’s 23 year old boyfriend has been working at McDonalds for a year and hasn’t gotten a promotion. Adam then goes off on how much he resented his former boss Ken when he was working at McDonalds.
CLL #836 (feat. Mark McGrath) – 12/13/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Tobydog Tape (2008)
This is the TobyDog Tape, the only source on earth. Director McG is in studio but off mic for the entire show. Mark is a great guest as per usual. “She may not be bicurious, she may be biserious.” – Dr. Drew. The episode is as close to 100% complete as possible, just missing 5-10sec from the tape flip.
From Wiki: Mark Sayers McGrath (born March 15, 1968) is an American singer of the rock band Sugar Ray. McGrath is also known for his work as a co-host of Extra, and he was the host of Don’t Forget the Lyrics! in 2010. McGrath hosted the second season of the TV show Killer Karaoke, taking the place of Jackass star Steve-O.
CLL #835 (feat. KoЯn) – 12/10/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Tobydog Tape (2008) – The Only Known Source
This is the existing Tobydog Tape I transferred about a decade ago, it is 90% complete just missing under 10 minutes from the opening and a few seconds from the start of the 2nd hour, the tape flip. Drew is sick and burnt out, Adam is trying to carry the show, Korn episodes are always weird episodes.
CLL #834 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 12/09/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a new Kevin Tape merged with the older TobyDog Tape, Adam tells the Earthquake/Face Herpes Story and the Terry Mosier Street Fight Story
UnclePenny’s LoveLineTapes Notes: The night Adam’s ep of Two Guys a Girl and a Pizza place aired, Adam finds it shocking that nobody at westwood 1,2,none saw the episode, Produ”C”er Ann chimes and says she even skipped 90210 in order to watch it and she thought he was great.
Adam explains why he didn’t want a tape of the episode, he wanted a recording with the commercials and the network promos, he thinks that adds the surreal element to it on later viewings.
A caller brings up Dr. Judy a former radio “Doctor” and Drew lets out a knowing “eewwwoooohhhhhh” noise.
Adam tells the 1994 earthquake/face herpes story to Drew, this may be the very first telling because Drew reacts to it and shoots holes in Adam’s theory of breathing in ancient dust that caused his face herpes.
Adam also tells the full “Terry Mosier Street Fight” story in detail, Adam tells it in full detail with both the make out party and truck sale/fat mexican moving in, Adam refers to this story as the “Kung Fu Theater” story and reveals that it was broken up by the police.
Adam and Drew compare there sweating frequency, Adam gets pissed cause Drew never sweat and makes a hilarious comment about Drew sunning himself on a rock to get warm like a lizard.
Adam discusses running into Salma Hayek at the MTV awards and how she approached him and couldn’t stop talking about how her boyfriend is in love with Adam, Adam then comments that they can surely get her on the show now but Ann chimes in and say maybe the boyfriend, Adam “…My first question would be, can I smell your penis”.
CLL #833 (feat. Ryan Reynolds and Traylor Howard) – 12/08/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) with Kevin Tape (2016) and TobyDog Tape Patches
This is a new Lost Tape restoring the lost 24 minutes of show content, the episode is now complete and sounds insanely great. Ryan is making his 1st of 2 appearances on CLL, he returns in 2002. This is the show I tried to get to the Deadpool producers, as LoveLine was originally featured in several drafts of the screenplay for the film, too late I guess. Dingo Boy is discussed.
From Wiki: Two Guys and a Girl (originally titled Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place) is an American sitcom created by Kenny Schwartz and Danny Jacobson. It was originally broadcast on ABC from March 10, 1998, to May 16, 2001. Eighty-one episodes were aired over four seasons.
The series stars Ryan Reynolds, Traylor Howard and Richard Ruccolo as the title characters. The second season saw the arrival of two additional recurring characters, Johnny Donnelly (Nathan Fillion) and Ashley Walker (Suzanne Cryer). In 2000, ABC bounced the sitcom from midweek to Friday night, leading to a steep drop in ratings. After the show moved back to Wednesday for a two-week trial in an unsuccessful attempt to regain ratings, it was cancelled in May 2001. The series finale was titled “The Internet Show”, an episode in which fans of the show voted on the outcome online.
Unclepenny’s LoveLineTape Notes: This show starts right before the first commercial break so its missing around 20 minutes.
A caller mentions “dingo boy” a bit Adam did for a syndicated radio service prior to his involvement with Loveline, even Dr.Drew has never heard of it, after persistence from Drew, Traylor and Ryan Adam finally gives a detailed explanation of Dingo Boy and sings the Ding Boy theme song which is hilarious.
Trya Banks crush on Dr. Drew is brought up and Adam goes off on Radio personalities and the reason they are in radio and not on television.
Ryan and Traylor are great guests, a great call from a young man who tried to kill himself with a electrical cord after his last call into Loveline.
Adam pitches his Idea of female genitalia bikini bottoms that would have antatomy charts on them similar to the T-shirts with pictures of all the organs.
Dr. Drew drops an F bomb its hard to tell cause Mike drops out a lot of the audio as opposed to one of his or Anderson’s typical quick surgical style edits he must have been caught off guard.
Adam talks about his power going out, Ryan discusses how he watched all 90 minutes of the last episode of NYPD blue with Jimmy Smitts and his power went out right before he died.
Ian “..oh am I on the radio?” Adam “..no I’m in the next room you jackass”.
Caller Ian had a “romantic” dream about his friends sister, this inspires Adam to go off on how when he has a sex dream about a woman it somehow makes him believe that he is that much closer to getting her in real life.
Adam is guesting in the upcoming episode of Two Guys a Girl and a Pizza Place and it is discusses throughout the show.
Adam and Drew discuss doing the lost and final episode of “Fired Up” a sitcom co starring Leah Remini and how they never saw the episode and it never aired on television(I think it may have run years later in syndication).
Ryan mentions he did an episode of the John Laraquette show that never made it to air but he got a VHS copy of it and was able to see it.
Adam mentions that Lynette had got a copy of the episode about a week ago but he is waiting until it airs to watch it, Adam and Drew both admit they dont own one copy of Loveline the TV show or Loveline the radio show.
Adam and Ryan do dueling Steve Irwin impressions, Its so funny.
This is a new Lost Tape for a show I first recovered almost a decade ago, we now have the best possible audio. Terry and Adam have great chemistry and Terry even says she would go out with Adam, awesome episode! Now 100% Complete with all missing content restored, the Tobydog Tape was missing somewhere between 25-47 minutes of show content, so this is a huge recovery for a single episode.
From Wiki: Theresa Lee “Terry” Farrell (born November 19, 1963) is an American actress and fashion model. She is best known for her role as Jadzia Dax in the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and later in the comedy series Becker as Regina Kostas.
This is a new Lost Tape replacing a static heavy JBJ Tape, huge audio upgrade with the best possible quality ever, other than getting in a time machine and joining them in studio. The Guests are fairly quiet, promoting the show ‘The Nanny’ on CBS. This is Nicholle’s only appearance on CLL, Andrew returns for CLL #1281 with Beth Broderick promoting ‘Psycho Beach Party’ and that is his final visit to the show. Solid Episode, Drew has his own “Batting Cage” moment and while the guests seem fairly intimidated by the subject matter they still contribute. 100% Complete.
From Wiki: The Nanny is an American television sitcom which originally aired on CBS from 1993 to 1999, starring Fran Drescher as Fran Fine, a Jewish fashion queen from Flushing, New York who becomes the nanny of three children from the New York/British high society.
The show was created and produced by Drescher and her husband Peter Marc Jacobson, taking much of its inspiration from Drescher’s personal life growing up in Queens, involving names and characteristics based on her relatives and friends. The show earned a Rose d’Or and one Emmy Award, out of a total of twelve nominations, and Drescher was twice nominated for a Golden Globe and an Emmy. The sitcom has also spawned several foreign adaptations, loosely inspired by the original scripts.
CLL #830 (feat. Rebecca Ferratti) – 12/03/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Kevin Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! Rebecca is making her only known appearance on Classic LoveLine. 99% Complete.
From Wiki: Rebecca Michelle Ferratti (born November 27, 1964) is an American actress, model, and dancer. She has worked in over 25 movies. She has been a dancer in many music videos and has posed in many magazines, including Playboy. She was Playmate of the Month in the June 1986 issue.
CLL #828 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 12/01/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Kevin Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! The shnow is 99% Complete, just missing under 2 minutes of content including the top of the 2nd hour break.
CLL #827 (feat. Sean Hayes) – 11/30/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a new Kevin Tape with patches from the existing TobyDog recording, Sean is making his only appearance on CLL, recorded before his series of 1-800-Collect Commercials with Adam Carolla began airing. Adam tells the Shaky Jake story in full. Solid Episode! The episode is 99% complete, starting already in progress just after the introduction from Adam.
CLL #826 (feat. Chris Owens) – 11/29/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017)
This is the infamous “Batting Cage” episode, there is great controversy about the perceived clairvoyance on LoveLineTapes. Part of me wishes I never uncovered the full show because of it, Great Episode and the only appearance made by Chris Owens on CLL. Adam shares the story of “That Chick from Wild Orchid” (Fergie) hitting on him at a party. CLL #825 aired on Thanksgiving and was a Best Of episode, either a mix or a full show repeat. It’s unclear if we have a copy or not.
CLL #823 (feat. Howie Mandel with Dr. Bruce) – 11/24/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) With TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a new Lost Tape with patches from the existing TobyDog Recording, the show is now 100% Complete with the lost 25 minutes restored. Howie tells Adam and Bruce about burying his son’s foreskin in the yard. A story Adam and Drew still repeat to this day, nearly 2 decades later and Drew wasn’t even there!
CLL #822 (feat. Love and Rockets with Dr. Marcel) – 11/23/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Lost Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! Love and Rockets are making their 2nd and final appearance on CLL, they were previously on CLL #118 from March 12th of 1996, very early into Adam’s run.
CLL #821 (feat. Wes Borland with Dr. Marcel) – 11/22/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) With TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a new Lost Tape for a show I first recovered back in 2008, Wes is a fairly reserved guest making his first appearance on the show, he returns again in August of 1999 for his final known appearance on CLL during the Adam Carolla era.
He gained popularity when Limp Bizkit achieved mainstream success in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He formed a band called Big Dumb Face with his brother Scott in 1998. Borland left Limp Bizkit in 2001 and started many side projects such as Eat the Day and The Damning Well. After rejoining Limp Bizkit in 2004, Borland founded Black Light Burns, with whom he has released three studio albums and a covers album. Limp Bizkit went on hiatus following the release of their album The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1) (2005). However, the band’s original lineup reunited in 2009 and recorded their sixth studio album, Gold Cobra (2011). In 2016, Borland released his solo album Crystal Machete.
CLL #820 (feat. Jewel) – 11/19/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) merged with a Lost Tape (2009) and an Engineer Mike CD (2009)
This is a new Kevin Tape merged with previously acquired Lost Tape from the local KROQ affiliate, I also placed the CD recording of her live performance back into the recording, This is Jewel’s 1st of 2 known appearances, she comes back in 2003. Jewel performs ‘Fat Boy’ live in studio, it’ll probably make you cry if you’re a good person. Jewel is an amazing guest, she mediates the boys disagreement and hostility and they take a call involving pepper spray shenanigans. The show is missing 10-30 seconds of the closing break/goodbye segment and missing 5-30 seconds in two spots, before and after the 2nd hour Satellite affiliate break. 99% complete with 44 of the missing 45 minutes restored, finally!
CLL #819 (feat. Vanilla Ice) – 11/18/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a newly discovered Kevin Tape with some Tobydog Patches from a tape I first transferred and rescued from time almost a decade ago, Adam and Drew are in NYC and fresh from taping Conan earlier in the evening, Ice joins them from 1-3am and stays the entire show. Ice proves to be a decent guest, it’s too bad he never got another shot at guesting in the regular studio and time-slot. 100% Complete.
Although he was successful, Ice later regretted his business arrangements with SBK, which had paid him to adopt a more commercial appearance to appeal to a mass audience and published fabricated biographical information without his knowledge. After surviving a suicide attempt, Ice was inspired to change his musical style and lifestyle. While his later, less mainstream albums failed to chart or receive much radio airplay, Ice has had a loyal underground following. In 2009, Ice began hosting The Vanilla Ice Project on DIY Network. His latest album WTF – Wisdom, Tenacity & Focus was released in August 2011. Ice is currently signed to Psychopathic Records.
CLL #817 (feat. Lola Glaudini) – 11/16/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Lost Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! This episode is missing 10-30 seconds at two different spots, it jumps ahead like almost all Kevin Tapes. The final break is also missing, it cuts off just before they go to break mid sentence. 99% complete episode with only a single recording, pretty solid.
Henton is an avid Cleveland Browns fan, as noted on the television series, Living Single. Henton never entertained the thought of a career in comedy. In 1982, while working during the day and studying computer science at night, Henton was urged by a co-worker to try his jokes at a local comedy club’s amateur night. By his second night, Henton won the amateur night contest and began stand-up part-time. Henton made the move to Los Angeles in 1985 and by 1988, started his stand-up career full-time.
After taking his comedy on the road for a year and winning the 1991 Johnny Walker National Comedy Search, Henton was spotted by The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson comedy executive Jim McCawley, who booked him for a performance on the show. As he finished his set, Henton looked to Carson for his approval and received much more. Henton was called over to take a seat on the coveted couch where Carson asked him if he had an agent. To Henton’s reply of “no”, Carson mugged, “Well you will after tonight.” It was a performance which Henton says gave his career a “serious jump-start.”
In September 2000 Henton was involved in a serious car accident that “destroyed his left eye socket, shattered both of his legs, broke nine teeth and ripped up his stomach.” The actor’s face was badly deformed by the incident, though extensive plastic surgery restored most of his facial structure.
Henton currently resides in Los Angeles. He spends his free time with his young daughter Nicole Simone Henton.
CLL #814 (feat. Jerry Springer and Wendy Raquel Robinson) – 11/11/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with Tobydog Tape (2012) Patches
This is a new Lost Tape for a previously incomplete show, now almost complete with the missing 17 minutes restored to the running time, the show starts in progess with about 60sec of missing content. Jerry Springer and Wendy Raquel Robinson are both making their only known appearances during the Adam Carolla era.
From Wiki: Ringmaster There are three ongoing plots in the film. The primary one surrounds a white trash, trailer park family in which the daughter is sleeping with her mother’s husband, prompting the mother to constantly try to outdo her promiscuous daughter’s behavior out of spite, including sleeping with her daughter’s boyfriend. The secondary plot revolves around an urbanblack woman whose boyfriend is sleeping with her two best friends, but the three are united against the boyfriend when he begins sleeping with the daughter of the above-mentioned family. The third plot revolves around Jerry and the show itself, detailing the difficulty Jerry faces in trying to come to terms with his rather dubious claim to fame, and the staff’s utter amazement at the bizarre stories they must deal with.
A minor sub-plot involves a producer on the show who mistakenly picks up one of the guests, a self-proclaimed “man-by-day-woman-by-night.”
– Wendy Raquel Robinson is also in the studio
– Adam wants Jerry to implant Norplant to every guest on his show, even males.
– Drew talks about taking his kids to the Rugrats movie sneak preview
– Conan won’t fly Adam and Drew out to NY even though they want them on the show next week
– Caller Max says “Screw you Drew,” not the drop though
– Adam yells at Drew for his squeaky chair
– Drew tries to make a movie or TV reference and completely butchers it.
– The chairs on-set of the Jerry Springer show should probably be bolted down…
– Last night all the breaks were taken exactly on the second they’re supposed to be done (Adam was out)
– Jerry says the chairs are safe because there are cops on-set.
– Caller has been listening since the Poorman-era and says Adam is way better in her opinion
– Adam’s bizarre dream last night, driving home from the “Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place,” taping at 2am and passed by several Psycho billboards. She dreamt Anne Heche trying to stab him several times even though he got to have sex with her. Jerry wants to get Adam and Ann on his show ASAP.
– Jerry and Wendy leave after the first hour and will tape the MTV Loveline show on Friday
– Some “Blur” bashing, says the name was based on how easy it is to say after waking up from a drunken stupor
– Drew says that the most popular program in prisons is COPS.
– Tap water PSA clip (Adam PSA rant ensues)
– Talk about Adam’s “Two Guys a Girl and a Pizza Place” Adam comes up with a great line, way better than the written line, ties into what they’re trying to get across, but they can’t do it because it used the word “Jesus.” Adam goes off on them referencing the scientology letter incident from 1997. This rant is a good 7+ minutes long, gold.
CLL #812 (feat. Richard Branson) – 11/09/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) with Kevin Tape (2016) Patches
This is a new Lost Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! Richard is making his only known appearance on LoveLine. 100% Complete.
From Wiki: Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson (born 18 July 1950) is an English business magnate, investor and philanthropist. He founded the Virgin Group, which controls more than 400 companies.
Branson expressed his desire to become an entrepreneur at a young age. At the age of sixteen his first business venture was a magazine called Student. In 1970, he set up a mail-order record business. In 1972, he opened a chain of record stores, Virgin Records, later known as Virgin Megastores. Branson’s Virgin brand grew rapidly during the 1980s, as he set up Virgin Atlantic airline and expanded the Virgin Records music label.
In March 2000, Branson was knighted at Buckingham Palace for “services to entrepreneurship”. For his work in retail, music and transport (with interests in land, air, sea and space travel), his taste for adventure, and for his humanitarian work, he became one of the most prominent figures in British culture. In 2002 he was named in the BBC’s poll of the 100 Greatest Britons. In January 2016, Forbes listed Branson’s estimated net worth at $5.2 billion.
CLL #811 (feat. Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Stein) – 11/08/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) with TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is a newly discovered recording of a show I first transferred in 2008, we previously had a solid Tobydog Tape but this sounds way better, The show is 100% complete and this is Jimmy’s 1st of 8 known appearances during the Adam Carolla era of the show, Adam’s buddy “Jim/Jimmy” is finally on air with the Aceman, Jimmy kills it even though he’s fairly quiet and reserved, but his few contributions are hilarious. Ben is making his 1st of 6 total appearances on the show during the Adam era. Some users of LoveLineTapes find some of Ben’s comments to be controversial, once again decide for yourself.
From Wiki: Win Ben Stein’s Money was an American television game show created by Al Burton and Donnie Brainard that aired first-run episodes from July 28, 1997 to January 31, 2003 on the Comedy Central cable network, with repeat episodes airing until May 8, 2003. The show featured three contestants who competed to answer general knowledge questions in order to win the grand prize of $5,000 from the show’s host, Ben Stein. In the second half of each episode, Stein participated as a “common” contestant in order to defend his money from being taken by his competitors. The show won six Daytime Emmy awards, with Stein and Jimmy Kimmel, the show’s original co-host, sharing the Outstanding Game Show Host award in 1999.
As noted in a disclaimer during the closing credits, prize money won by contestants was paid from a prize budget furnished by the producers of the show. Any money left over in that budget at the end of a season was given to Stein. If the total amount paid out during a season exceeded that budget, the production company paid the excess. In this way, Stein was never in any danger of losing money from his own pocket.
Stein’s co-host was Jimmy Kimmel for the first three years. Kimmel left in 2000 and was replaced by Nancy Pimental, who co-hosted the program through 2001. Kimmel’s cousin, Sal Iacono, who took over the role in 2002, was the show’s last co-host. Although Kimmel left the program in 2000, he occasionally made guest appearances afterward, and hosted College Week episodes in 2001.
CLL #810 (feat. Dylan Neal and Sydney Penny) – 11/05/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Kevin Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! This is the only known appearance for both Dylan Neal and Sydney Penny on CLL.
CLL #809 (feat. William Ragsdale, Sean O’Bryan and Bess Meyer) – 11/04/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Kevin Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! The show is missing a few seconds around the 28min mark while Adam talks about watching the show the guests are promoting, the show also gets cutoff before the “Mahalo” possibly due to exceeding the allotted time, the board capture tape that’s likely long since been destroyed or abandoned is the only source, lost forever. Another few seconds are missing from around the 1:18min mark as well as a couple of dropped seconds while speaking to a caller who used to suck her thumb.
From Wiki: Brother’s Keeper is an American television sitcom that ran for one season from September 25, 1998 to May 14, 1999 on ABC. Created by Donald Todd, the series chronicles the rocky coexistence of Porter Waide (William Ragsdale) and his irresponsible pro-football player brother Bobby Waide (Sean O’Bryan), who is contractually forced to move into his brother’s house, where Bobby’s lifestyle often clashes with that of Porter’s, and becomes an unwitting second parent to Porter’s son Oscar (Justin Cooper).
CLL #808 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 11/03/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source – Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Kevin Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! This episode is missing the 3rd break closer/intro and the 6th/final break and closer. at most 3-4 minutes of content is still missing, along with a few seconds later in the show before the 4th break. 37 Minute Intro – Warning!
CLL #807 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 11/02/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Lost Tape for a show previously forgotten to time, nobody even knew we were looking for this one. Who knows what happens, lets all listen and enjoy it! It is missing the final break, less than 3 minutes of content. After an exhaustive search it seems #806 is lost forever, sorry gang.
CLL #803 (feat. Zebrahead) – 10/27/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) With a JBJ Tape(2008) and Kevin Tape (2016) Patches
This is a new Lost Tape, replacing the previously acquired JBJ Tape from 2008. The show is now complete in full. Fans on LovelineTapes are mixed at best when it comes to the guest, some even floating a “quoting South Park” theory for determining if someone is a bad guest. I Love the band on the show, despite how off the rails the show gets, it’s an important episode. This is the only appearance for the band, ever.
CLL #802 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 10/26/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –TobyDog Tape (pre-2007)
This is the old Toby Tape with Adam shares his theory on voting and gives his take on NY Pizza as they’re broadcasting from NYC, Caller Troy may perhaps be the most out of it rambling moron caller in the history of the show, he’s bad, really bad. Great Episode!
CLL #799 (feat. Fatboy Slim) – 10/21/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is a new Kevin Tape for this long lost show, previously missing for over 18 Years. This is the only known appearance for Fatboy Slim.
From Wiki: Norman Quentin Cook (born Quentin Leo Cook on 31 July 1963),  also known by his stage name Fatboy Slim, is an English DJ, musician and record producer/mixer.
As a solo electronic act, he has won ten MTV Video Music Awards and two Brit Awards. His records as Fatboy Slim also helped to popularise the big beat genre, which achieved mainstream popularity in the 1990s.
This is a new Lost Tape paired with the Kevin Tape for a 100% complete recording of a show that’s been missing for over 18 years, we’re on a roll! Cracker are making their 2nd of two known appearances during the Adam era, they were previously on CLL #130 from March of 1996.
Lowery and Hickman formed the band in 1991, releasing the album Cracker the following year (which included singles “Happy Birthday to Me” and “Teen Angst”) on Virgin Records. The band has been touring ever since, releasing 10 studio albums and several compilations, collaborations, solo projects and live albums. The band’s newest studio album, Berkeley to Bakersfield, was released December 9, 2014 on 429 Records.
CLL #797 (feat. Everlast) – 10/19/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) with Kevin Tape (2016) patches
This is a a new Lost Tape, best audio possible. We previously only had small clips of this show from some December 1998 Best Of Recordings but now have the full show, two sources in fact! Everlast shares the sound of his metal heart valve and debuts his new style of music. Classic Episode missing for over 18 years. Let’s all listen together and enjoy, who knows nor remembers what happens, I heard this one live and can only recall the heart valve discussion.
This is the brand new Lost Tape, once again the best audio quality possible and it’s not up for debate. This is the 3rd known appearance by the Goo’s during the Adam Carolla era, they have one more visit in 2000. This is the episode where Adam drops a Bruce Jenner observation/bomb a full 17 years before the rest of the world was made aware, once again proving Adam’s prescience. Classic Episode, do not miss it!
In October 2012, “Iris” was ranked #1 on Billboard’s “Top 100 Pop Songs 1992–2012” chart, which also featured Goo Goo Dolls hits “Slide“, ranking at #9, and “Name” at #24. Their biggest hit, “Iris”, from the City of Angels soundtrack (and later Dizzy Up the Girl), spent nearly 12 straight months on the Billboard charts and held the number one position on the Hot 100 Airplay chart for 18 weeks. The first single from their 2010 album, Something for the Rest of Us, “Home”, extended the band’s record to 14 top ten hits at the hot AC radio format (more than any other artist in the history of that format). The band’s tenth album, Magnetic, was released on June 11, 2013. On May 6, 2016, their eleventh studio album, Boxes, was released.
CLL #794 (feat. Leah Andreone) – 10/14/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (pre-2007) patches
This is a new Kevin Tape with a couple tiny patches from the existing Toby Tape, this episode is now complete with the missing 7 minutes restored. Leah is making her 2nd and final appearance of the Adam Carolla era, she did join the guys from Eve 6 earlier in the summer but didn’t speak on mic, she was their as a date ala Gwen Stefani’s off mic appearances with Gavin. Leah once again performs live in studio. Drew drops an S bomb on mic.
CLL #793 (feat. Stewart Copeland) – 10/13/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Lost Tape (2017) with Kevin Tape (2016) Patches
This is a new Lost Tape, the best possible audio that has ever existed with a tiny bit of the brand new Kevin Tape woven in, This episode is complete with the missing 4 minutes restored. Stewart proved to be a great guest, he shares some stories from his days with ‘The Police’ and really seems to appreciate Adam and Drew for their superhuman abilities to detect abuse and the darkest secrets callers don’t often volunteer. This is his only appearance of the Adam Carolla era.
From Wiki: Stewart Armstrong Copeland (born July 16, 1952) is an American musician, multi-instrumentalist, and composer, best known as the former drummer for the English rock band The Police, and for his film and video game soundtracks. Copeland has also written various pieces of music for ballet, opera and orchestra. According to MusicRadar, Copeland’s “distinctive drum sound and uniqueness of style has made him one of the most popular drummers to ever get behind a drumset”. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Police in 2003, the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame in 2005, and the Classic Drummer Hall of Fame in 2013. In 2016, Copeland was ranked 10th on Rolling StoneMagazine’s “100 Greatest Drummers of All Time”.
CLL #792 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 10/12/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (pre-2007) patches
This is a new Kevin Tape with a couple tiny patches from the existing Toby Tape, sadly this episode starts at almost the exact same time as the Tobydog tape, same affiliate too, the odds of this are insane. This show is missing about 11min of content from the first segment, the end is now complete and intact, fans on LovelineTapes were bummed the previous recording was missing the end of a call, now it’s restored. The boys are broadcasting from Clearwater Florida. Episode #791 is still missing from the archive, either Best Of or a no guest show presumably.
CLL #790 (feat. Andy Dick) – 10/08/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Lost Tapes (2017)
This is the newest tape, transferred just hours ago. The Sound is unreal like all of the Lost Tapes from 2017, thanks to the Liberace of the POTs. Andy is joined by his band members from ‘The Bitches of the Century’ and they play live in studio. Dr. Drew examines a caller’s penis during the 2nd break. Only missing a few seconds before the 2nd hour affiliate identification break, sadly it wasn’t present in the Kevin Tape nor the existing TobyDog Tape.
CLL #789 (feat. Chris Kattan) – 10/07/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Various Best Of Recordings from December 1998
This is a new merging of the only clips from this long lost episode, arranged in the best order possible with the limited amount of information available, 3 separate clips mushed together for a nearly half complete episode.
Lost Episode, Missing for almost 19 Years, Shared for the very first time!
CLL #788 (feat. Craig Shoemaker) – 10/06/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with Tobydog Tape (pre-2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape, recovered last year and released for the very first time with a few Tobydog patches, the show is now 100% complete, Craig is making his first and only known appearance during the Adam era of Loveline. Craig goes into his childhood kidnapping and his departure from ‘The Magic Hour’ and Adam shares the story of wetting his girlfriend’s bed, again. Solid Episode.
CLL #787 (feat. Local H) – 10/05/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with Tobydog Tape (pre-2007) patches
This is the new Kevin tape, recovered last year and released for the very first time, it’s been merged with the Tobydog tape and we now have a 100% complete recording and the majority of it is now in higher quality. Only one song is truncated/removed, all of the show content is restored. The band prove to be solid guests and are making their only known appearance on CLL.
From Wiki: Local H is an American rock band originally formed by guitarist and vocalist Scott Lucas, bassist Matt Garcia, drummer Joe Daniels, and lead guitarist John Sparkman in Zion, Illinois in 1987. The members all met in high school in 1987 and founded Local H three years later.
After Sparkman’s departure in 1991 and Garcia’s departure in 1993, Local H signed a record contract with Island Records in 1994 as a duo, where they would go on to release three albums. They became best known for their radio hit “Bound for the Floor“, a single from the 1996 album As Good as Dead which peaked at No. 5 on the US Alternative Billboard Chart. The album As Good As Dead was also certified gold. Daniels was replaced by Brian St. Clair in 1999, and the group has since issued five further albums. Brian St. Clair’s last show with Local H was in 2013. In November 2013 Ryan Harding was announced as the new drummer.
According to the band’s Twitter account, its name comes from combining two R.E.M. songs: “Oddfellows Local 151” and “Swan Swan H”.
CLL #786 (feat. Cypress Hill) – 10/04/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –The Lost Batch of Tapes (2017) with a Tobydog Tape (2008) Patch
This is the new Tape from that Top-Secret Stash we just acquired, there is a 20 second chunk patched in from an old Tobydog Tape that I may have transferred 9 years ago. The band are making what seems to be their 2nd appearance of the Adam era, the band’s previous episode if it exists is still lost to time, perhaps from 95 or 96. They have 8 more appearances on CLL during Adam’s run, between now and 2005. Cypress Hill were some of the most frequent and solid Loveline guests in the show’s history, pre-and post Adam era. This episode is great, it sounds better than ever and the missing 4 minutes have been restored.
CLL #785 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 10/01/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) merged with a JBJ Tape (2008)
This is the new Kevin tape, recovered last year and released for the very first time, The JBJ tape was used for select patches throughout. The episode now has over 3 minutes of the missing 5 restored, now just missing at most 90-120 seconds of content from the cold opening of the episode with the first caller. Originally labeled as ‘Crap of the 80’s’ and ‘Adam Sings’ by JBJ, a fantastic episode with lots of fun between the boys, including engineer Mike. If you love Adam mocking music from the 1980’s this is your episode, hilarious!
CLL #784 (feat. Royal Crown Revue) – 09/30/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is the new Kevin tape, recovered last year and released for the very first time, missing for almost 19 years. We can now all listen for the first time, nearly complete and just missing a few seconds from a couple of different spots, over 99% complete. Who knows what happens in this one, Surprise!
Lost Episode, Missing for almost 19 Years, Shares for the very first time!
CLL #783 (feat. The Flys) – 09/29/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –TobyDog Tape (pre-2007)
This is the only known copy of this show, it’s missing roughly 5 to 7 minutes, the band are making their first of two visits to LoveLine, they return one more time for CLL #933 in April of 1999. They had a song on the ‘Disturbing Behavior’ soundtrack and their voices are similar to Criss Angel. They’re brothers and overall solid guests.
CLL #782 (feat. Fart Lighting) – 09/28/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –DAT Tape (2017)
This is the rarest of all of the tapes, if only a VHS could be recovered showing the security video, that would be the only greater find. The audio is without comparison and this replaces the old TobyDog Tape from before 2007. This is what I’ve been working on, Adam’s Assterpiece and the first attempt of on air Fart Lighting. “Special guest tonight… My ass. Doin’ more talking than a lot of our guests do” – Adam
CLL #781 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 09/27/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –TobyDog Tape (2008)
This is the only known source, a TobyDog tape possibly transferred by me nearly a decade ago, the show is nearly complete just missing a few seconds in a couple of spots. Adam shares the Tim The Russian Rapper story, Adam and Drew are fresh from Syracuse. This show is full of rare old stories and long lost one time only mentions from both hosts, do not miss it!
The original notes either UnclePenny or I wrote about a decade ago
Great Show! Includes some garlic belching and a great telling of the Tim the Russian rapper story along with some other great, somewhat rare stories.
The show starts right off with the first call. Adam belches up some garlic and says belching is to vomiting as farting is to crapping.
Adam and Drew just got back from Syracuse, NY (AKA “Christland” according to Bobcat Goldthwait).
They missed their flight on Thursday morning.
Adam says he raced over to Drew’s house and Drew asked him to come in to see a picture of his daughter even though they were already running 10 minutes late. Adam actually had to stall the next plane so they’d still get there with enough time to spare.
Drew tells Adam to give out the phone number even though he did a just few minutes ago.
A girl said she used to play “The Fonz,” a disturbing game with her cousins.
Adam says Cameron Diaz used Jimmy’s word “Jackhole” in her Saturday Night Live monologue.
A trucker named “Hammer Down Matt” calls in. He uses some odd trucker lingo such as calling his wife “old lady” and calling his son “the kid.”
Drew asks a girl an A or B question about acid and her response was yes. She doesn’t sound too bright.
Adam announces they will gamble when they come back from a break. Drew says he only has a quarter and ruins the whole set up.
Adam burps up his garlic again. He recalls once dumping garlic powder on a pizza and Drew not wanting to eat it because he gets so gassy from it.
A Lenny Kravitz bumper is played and Adam says he likes the riff. A caller requested Tim the Russian rapper so that is teased before taking a call. Adam then has another belch come up and subjects Drew to the horrible smell.
Adam goes to set up Tim the Russian Rapper but has to yell at Drew for saying he does it when they speak publicly. Adam goes through the history of how he got to know Tim through the Catholic Big Brother program. There is a bit of overlappage from earlier in the show so feel free to skip ahead to about 1:16:00 to continue right on with the story. Adam includes some rare details in this telling of the story. His comedy troupe, ACME Theatre was at a Christmas party one year and Adam was asked to get involved with the Big Brother program. Adam asks Drew to take kill some time while he takes a swig of his water before doing the impression. Drew inhales like he’s trying to think of something to say but then Adam jumps back in. Another rare detail is that Tim wore a pot leaf shirt and would use the word dope very often. Adam would screw with him and use the word out of context.
Another good story is the one about Adam’s senior prom date. It’s wasn’t told very often on Loveline.
She was really good looking but passed away shortly after high school. Drew reveals he had severe mono at his senior prom, walked in with a cane and had to leave early so he could go to sleep. Adam then talks about his something his friend Carl did. Adam wrote down all the sexual things he wanted to do to his prom date on a piece of paper and Carl actually gave the paper to the girl. It was really just redemption for Adam throwing a lemon with a firecracker stuffed inside of it into his apartment, making a huge mess.
There is some more garlic belching.
Adam makes fun of Drew for going to his kids’ open house and ice skating practice right after getting back from a four-day trip with him. Producer Ann chimes in and says Adam would feel different if he had kids. Adam then calls her the Zamboni Queen.
Caller Phil cannot tell the difference between Tylenol and Aspirin and it Drives them nuts because he can’t answer their questions.
A clip of the House of Pain Song Jump Around is played. Adam says that was Tim’s rap and Drew says “Whaaa???” Adam screwed up the lyrics earlier but he liked his better.
CLL #780 (feat. Henry Rollins) – 09/24/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2017) with TobyDog Tape (pre-2007) patches
This is the new Kevin Tape with some patches from the older transfer, 13 of the missing 15 minutes have been restored and the show is nearly complete and just missing about 2 minutes from the beginning. Henry is a lot harder on Adam in this episode than he is during later visits, he’s making his 2nd known appearance of the Adam era and has 5 more appearances between this show and 2002 for his final visit of the Adam era. Some listeners found Henry to be a dick others thought he was just not into Adam’s fart humor, once again decide for yourself. Adam reveals the real reason he was kicked out of his dad’s house, that alone is worth a listen. Adam and Drew are in Green Bay Wisconsin and Henry is back at Westwood One, he only stays for the first hour despite being over 1k miles away from Adam’s gas. This episode is as fresh of the presses as they come with a redo on a Kevin Tape to get some missing content, I had to unpack and sort through 1k tapes then pack them up again, brutal! This episode took 21hrs of work to restore.
CLL #779 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 09/23/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source–Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog (pre-2007) Patches
This is a new merging of two sources, the show is now complete with the missing 5+ minutes restored and somehow extra hilarious! Adam and Drew riff about trying to explain prohibition to aliens and Adam has two specific hilarious interactions with callers, pay attention! Adam Sings, all around terrific “Love Between The Two Hosts” LoveLine at it’s best. The show was previously mislabeled as a JBJ show but it was in fact a Tobydog Recording I didn’t get to transfer, the quality was rough. Now with the quality upgrade the show plays “funnier” perhaps because you don’t need to filter out the noise to focus on the comedy.
CLL #778 (feat. Donny Osmond) – 09/22/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –The Lost Stash of Tapes (2017)
This is from the batch of tapes provided by a certain Liberace of the potentiometers. This replaces the JBJ tape. Donny is making his CLL debut and he returns to the show one more time for CLL #1071 from November of 1999. The missing ending is now restored, solid ep.
From Wiki: Donald Clark “Donny” Osmond (born December 9, 1957) is an American singer, actor, radio personality, and former teen idol. Osmond has also been a talk and game show host, record producer and author. In the mid-1960s, he and four of his elder brothers gained fame as the Osmonds. Osmond went solo in the early 1970s, covering such hits as “Go Away Little Girl” and “Puppy Love“.
CLL #777 (feat. Michael Rosenbaum, Rebecca Gayheart and Tara Reid With Dr. Bruce) – 09/21/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –The Lost Stash of Tapes (2017) With Kevin Tape (2016) Patches
This is from the batch of tapes provided by a certain Liberace of the potentiometers. This replaced the other official recording from the Dr. Bruce collection of official tapes. Adam is playing handball against the drapes for most of the episode, he tries though. At one point Tara Reid yells out “When was the last time you had a big Cock in there” and it is the only funny thing she has ever said.
CLL #776 (feat. Seven Mary Three) – 09/20/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –The Lost Stash Tape (2017) With a 20 second TobyDog Tape (Pre-2007) Patch
This is from the batch of tapes provided by a certain Liberace of the potentiometers, it’s replacing the old TobyDog Tape and restores the missing 2min of content. Adam shares some stories including the Adrienne Barbeau dream story. The band are fairly quiet and making their 2nd and final appearance on CLL, they were previously on CLL #562 from November 24th 1997 (I previously had this incorrect and misspoke in the intro, sorry) . Adam is carrying the show for the majority of the episode.
CLL #775 (feat. Andrew Lauer) – 09/17/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With JBJ Tape (2008) and TobyDog Tape (pre-2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with better audio quality and now complete with the missing few minutes restored. Andy was playing Charlie on ‘Caroline in the City’ and yes, he was the Rollerblading guy. This is Andy’s only known appearance on CLL, much like David Strickland and Sean Hayes who all had similar sitcom roles. Adam and Drew are both on their game for this episode, it’s fun.
Lauer is the Founder President & CEO of ReelAid, a non-profit organization made up of filmmakers from the Hollywood community producing low to no-cost promotional videos for other non-profit organizations who in turn use them to fund-raise and create public awareness.
This is the newly discovered Kevin Tape, with Toby patches. Updated last minute and replacing the incomplete file. Steve Harwell from the band is making his 3rd appearance on the show, this time solo. After accosting Adam about never getting booked they’re finally having him back on, proving they do love the guy. Some fans claim they find this episode unlistenable, others think of Steve as a DAG like guest and love it, once again decide for yourself! Lots of solid calls too! Now complete!
CLL #773 (feat. Alicia Witt) – 09/15/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –KHOP Tape (Pre- 2007) With Kevin Tape (2016) and TobyDog Tape (Pre-2007) Patches
This a new merging of the old KHOP Tape with the new Kevin tape and a chunk of the Toby Tape, now with better audio quality and 100% complete with the missing 2nd hour return from break segment restored. There is a bonus chunk at the end of the show so make sure to listen to the whole thing. This is Alicia’s only appearance on LoveLine.
From Wiki: Alicia Roanne Witt (born August 21, 1975) is an American actress, singer-songwriter, and pianist. Witt first came to fame as a child actress after being discovered by David Lynch, who cast her as Alia Atreides in his film Dune (1984) and in a guest role in his television series Twin Peaks (1990).
CLL #772 (feat. Caroline Rhea) – 09/14/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –KHOP Tape (pre-2007)
This is the only known recording and it’s almost complete, just missing a few seconds in several different spots. The Audio quality has been remastered and reprocessed. It’s all we have. Caroline is making her 2nd known and final appearance on LoveLine, her last visit was in December of 1997 for CLL #580 which we just recovered and aired in this feed.
CLL #771 (feat. Barbara Harris) – 09/13/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (Pre-2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with better audio quality and now complete with the missing 5 minutes restored, The TobyDog tape was used for some patching. Barbara Harris from Project Prevention (not the famous actress with the same name) calls in for a rare “phoner” guest, Adam and Drew fight and there is a Loveline tribute song. Dr. Drew goes in depth on his theory regarding the OJ Simpson case and the murders of Ron and Nicole.
From Wiki: Project Prevention (formerly Children Requiring a Caring Kommunity or CRACK) is an American non-profit organization that pays drug addicts cash for volunteering for long-term birth control, including sterilization. Originally based in California and now based in North Carolina, the organization began operating in the United Kingdom in 2010. The organization offers US$300 (£200 in the UK) to each participant. Barbara Harris founded the organization in 1997 after she and her husband adopted the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth children of a drug-addicted mother. As of 7 October 2011 the organization had paid 3,848 clients.
According to Michael Seamark from the Daily Mail, the organization has been controversial, with some comparing it to the eugenics movement.
CLL #580 (feat. Caroline Rhea) – 12/18/1997 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is the new Kevin tape and only known recording on earth for this long-lost episode, it’s nearly complete just missing a few seconds during a few spots. Caroline is making her debut appearance on the show, the night after her costar Beth from one of Adam’s favorite show from the Friday TGIF Lineup ‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’ this episode was just discovered and put back into the archive along with #579. Caroline also has at least two appearances on MTV Loveline the first aired on Feb. 2nd 1998 and was taped prior to this episode and the second appearance aired on Feb. 23rd 1999. She has one more appearance on CLL #772 coming up very quick. Dr. Drew is sick and Adam is sick of Drew despite them not having any recent spats or disagreements, Adam explains their live touring and MTV tapings can breed animosity between the boys, Drew reveals they almost went to couple’s therapy. Drew brings up the death of Chris Farley who died earlier that day.
CLL #579 (feat. Beth Broderick) – 12/17/1997 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is the new Kevin tape and only known recording on earth for this long-lost episode, it’s nearly complete just missing a few seconds during a few spots and the closing break. Beth is a dynamite guest and making her debut appearance on the show, she returns to the show one more time for CLL #1281 from August 27th 2000 promoting ‘Psycho Beach Party’ with Andrew Levitas her costar in the film. Adam eats Baklava into the mic and towards the end of the show both Adam and Drew explain why Gwen Stefani and ‘No Doubt’ won’t return to the show, for multiple reasons not just the “7-11” comment from their debut appearance of the Adam era back in 1995.
CLL #770 (feat. Best Of) – 09/10/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2007) patches
This is the “new” style of Best Of that Loveline would present when the show’s staff were on vacation and for holiday breaks. Adam and Drew were at the MTV Music Awards. The show starts already in progress, both recordings. The episode starts out with about 30min of Dub C from CLL #684 (feat. WC), next up is Semisonic from CLL #649 (feat. Semisonic) talking about UPS and their brand color scheme. Larry Flynt is the 3rd guest from a lost episode making his debut appearance, telling Adam about ‘Tips and Tricks’ and his other non-pornographic publications, the episode seems to be from 1997, possibly CLL #351 from Feb. 2nd 1997, as Adam received his Busty subscription a week later on CLL #358. Next Up is Sublime from CLL #227 (feat. Sublime) from Aug. 12th 1996. Next up is a lost clip from what seems to be a lost episode with The Goo Goo Dolls and Dr. Marcel from what I suspect is CLL #480 the Day after Rick Ocasek from July 31st 1997.
Old Notes written by myself or Unclepenny from a decade ago found on LovelineTapes
“This show starts just a few minutes late. It’s a great show with some good, classic stories.
The first guest is WC, or “Dub-C.” His pager goes off and Adam threatens to take it. He then drops an “S” bomb before offering to put Adam on his next album. This causes Adam to tell the great story of Tim (Teeeem) the Russian rapper Catholic little brother of his. Engineer Mike plays some House of Pain but Adam says he wants to go
Adam asks why the black man likes the big ass and gets a pretty good explanation.
WC asks phone screener Sherry if her breasts are real.
Adam asks to get some black to white translations on some of WC’s Ebonics. Adam then busts a rhyme about the behymen.
A formerly fat girl calls in with the worst line ever. WC admits he likes big women.
The next guest is the band Semisonic. It sounds like there was some previous conversation about why UPS uses the color brown. A kid calls in and says he talked to a UPS lady that explained it was so if they got dirt on their uniforms it wouldn’t show up. After Adam praises UPS, Drew says they use Fed-ex. This reminds Adam of the whole Mountain Dew fiasco. He tells the story about getting yelled at on the plane about it. It sounds
like this happened sometime in 1997.
Drew talks about the time he discussed being assaulted on a Southwest flight on the air. The next day he was handed a transcript of the show.
The first two callers have an attitude problem and are punished by being put on hold.
Adam has had a somewhat eerie day. He describes a couple bizarre things that occurred.
One is that he’s is having his friend Daniel (Kellison?) staying over at his house. He left Adams house to go the office but was late showing up.
When his wife called they joked about him getting in an accident and it turns out he actually did get in one.
The second thing involves Adam stopping by an awning shop. His neighbor was on the phone talking about her broken awning that Adam saw just one day earlier. He then explained to the guy what was wrong with it.
The next guest is Larry Flint. While introducing the segment it is revealed that they were at the MTV music awards.
Right off the bat Adam has Larry name off all the different porn magazines he publishes. This is the show where Adam asks for a discount for Busty magazine. Larry says he’ll give him a free subscription. On a later show Adam talks about how the magazine never showed up at first but then eventually did.
Some girl calls in with an somewhat angry complaint to Adam calling people fat. Naturally the “You’re fat,” OOC Drew Drop is played. Larry talks about putting a big girl in a magazine and having hundreds of people cancel their subscriptions.
Larry describes the penile implant he had installed.
The next guest is the band Sublime. It starts with a caller who is having dreams about killing his scoutmaster child molester. This went on for 5 years with about 10 cub scouts.
Drew explains how chemical castration works.
Going into the next break Adam teases talking about the Pennywise incident but the segment is over.
The next guest is the Goo Goo Dolls. Dr. Marcel is subbing for Drew on this show. They start with some carpentry talk and Adam talks about his earthquake rehab work.
The song Lazy Eye is played and they say it came off the Batman soundtrack.”
CLL #769 (feat. They Might Be Giants) – 09/09/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) Patches
This show is now complete with the lost 20+min finally restored, no longer are there repeating segments nor the missing opening for the show. It’s 100% complete minus the swear or comment that was bleeped out locally and not audible on any of the recordings from over 6 different sources. There is a surprising bit of music used to return from break so brace yourself for something unexpected for the first few breaks then you’re safe, the guests challenge Dr. Drew on the theories and experience quoted regarding abuse victims and their likelihood of future abuse. They proved to be controversial guests because of their opposing views for many listeners, once again decide for yourself! A truly hilarious show with a lot of fun moments is now complete, it took 6 partial recordings but we now have it all! I stayed up all night making this, it’s as fresh off the presses as these shows get, enjoy!
CLL #768 (feat. James Lesure) – 09/08/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (2008) Patches
This is the brand-new Kevin tape, with the missing 60+ minutes of content, the show is now restored and nearly complete for the first time in over 18 years, now just missing the closing goodbye segment. Adam has some great comedy in this episode, including a funny riff about Mark McGwire and his son. There is a solid STD call as well. Now with an extra hour of content too! James Lesure from the cast of ‘For Your Love’ is masking his CLL debut and only known appearance.
CLL #767 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 09/07/1998 –Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (Pre-2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with better audio quality and now complete with the missing 8 minutes restored. Kennedy Calls in and its overall a very solid episode. CLL #766 is missing from the archive and still unclear if they had a guest or not or if it was “Best Of” as Dr. Drew was in Las Vegas, Engineer Bret is filling in and Producer Ann is still on vacation. Adam rants about the MTV Loveline commercial featuring the cohost from 2yrs prior and they talk about Drew’s son being forced to quit playing a skill/chance based game while in Vegas.
CLL #765 (feat. Best Of) – 09/03/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source–TobyDog Tape (2007) with Kevin Tape (2016), YoYoma02 Tape (2010) and JBJ Tape (2008 patches)
This is the “new” style of Best Of that Loveline would present when the show’s staff were on vacation and for holiday breaks. The show starts out with a segment which is presumably from CLL #340 with Ice T which was recorded on 01/16/1997, unless he too has a lost episode from later in 1997 or in 1998. Another segment from the lost episode with Rod Stewart with a huge revelation about Dr. Drew and his wife. Next up is Tyra Banks from CLL #665 with aired on 04/16/1998. Next up is Jon Stewart from CLL #341 which aired on 01/19/1997. Then it’s band ‘Sugar Ray’ from either CLL #439 or CLL #541 both episodes from 1997 and both aired in the old CLL feed. Next up is CLL #649 from 03/25/1998 with the band Semisonic. And the show closes with a medley of bits and drops, gold!
CLL #764 (feat. Best Of) – 09/02/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is the “new” style of Best Of that Loveline would present when the show’s staff were on vacation and for holiday breaks. The show starts out with the same intro as the last few episodes and the first segment is with Carrot Top from his lost 1997 or 1998 appearance, his first visit of the Adam era. Another clip that could be used to flesh out the archive and help track down and finalize some dates. Next up we have Cypress Hill from their lost 1996 or 1997 visit. Then it’s CLL #348 from 01/28/1997 with David Arquette and Minnie Driver which aired in the old CLL feed. Next, we have Ron Jeremy and Serenity from CLL #663 from 04/14/1998. We have another clip of Andy Dick from his lost episode likely from 1997. The final segment is P-Nut from 311 from a lost episode that Adam says was recorded about 6 months prior to this. Possibly episode #641 from 03/15/1998.
CLL #763 (feat. Best Of) – 09/01/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source–Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) patches
This is the “new” style of Best Of that Loveline would present when the show’s staff were on vacation and for holiday breaks. The show starts out with the same intro from #761 and then goes into the first segment with guest Rod Stewart from a lost 1997 or 1998 appearance on the show, Rachel Hunter was watching or off mic in the studio, perhaps joining them on air at some point as well. Next up is Jon Stewart from CLL #341 which aired on 01/19/1997. The third segment with the band Fastball from CLL #631 the night Adam decided on a female listener to drive him to the airport the next morning, this may be a lost clip that didn’t air in the version played prior that needs to edited back into the show. Then we have CLL #697 from 06/01/1998 with Guest Kathy Griffin. Next, we have a clip with P-Nut from 311 from a lost episode that Adam says was recorded about 6 months prior to this. Possibly episode #641 from 03/15/1998. The final segment is from CLL #515 with Fiona Apple which was recorded on 09/18/1997 and aired in the old feed as well.
CLL #762 (feat. Best Of) – 08/31/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) patches
This is the “new” style of Best Of that Loveline would present when the show’s staff were on vacation and for holiday breaks. The show starts out with a new intro from the guys before the first segment with Tyra Banks from CLL #665 with aired on 04/16/1998. The second segment with the band Fastball from CLL #631 the night Adam decided on a female listener to drive him to the airport the next morning, this may be a lost clip that didn’t air in the version played prior that needs to edited back into the show. The next segment is Dicky Barrett from CLL #290 which was recorded on 09/26/1996 or it’s from another lost 1997 or 1998 episode. Then it’s CLL #348 from 01/28/1997 with David Arquette and Minnie Driver which aired in the old CLL feed. The next segment is from CLL #515 with Fiona Apple which was recorded on 09/18/1997 and aired in the old feed as well. The final segment is from Andy Dick’s lost LL radio show debut, they mention a 15yr old in studio who was documenting the show for a story, which could possibly help triangulate the recording date.
CLL #761 (feat. Best Of) – 08/30/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –JBJ Tape (2008)
This is the “new” style of Best Of that Loveline would present when the show’s staff were on vacation and for holiday breaks. The show starts out with a new intro from the guys before the first and second segments, both with Ron Jeremy and Serenity from CLL #663 from 04/14/1998. Next up we have Cypress Hill from their lost 1996 or 1997 visit. The band ‘Sugar Ray’ from either CLL #439 or CLL #541 both episodes from 1997 and both aired in the old CLL feed. The 2nd hour opens with Garbage presumably from CLL #315 from Dec. 1996 which might not have been complete and could be missing this very clip, unless they have a lost 1997 or 1998 appearance which this would also be missing content from. Then we have CLL #697 from 06/01/1998 with Guest Kathy Griffin. The closing Segment is presumably from CLL #340 with Ice T which was recorded on 01/16/1997, unless he too has a lost episode from later in 1997 or in 1998.
CLL #760 (feat. Matchbox 20) – 08/27/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (Pre – 2007) and a Matchbox 20 Fan Tape from (2010) for patches
This is the new Kevin tape, I patched in the TobyDog tape to fill the holes and a tape sent to us by a fan of the band back in 2010. This is the final show before they take a week off with the new Multi-Segment “Best Of” which would become the standard for the majority of all future replays. This is a hilarious episode, there is another follow up about caller “Michelle” and their blind female detective caller. The band are making their 2nd appearance on CLL and prove to be great guests, both Adam and Drew wanted to go an extra hour as they were having so much fun. The Episode is now 100% complete and all of the missing content has been restored, over 20 new minutes of gold!
CLL #759 (feat. The Love Between the Two Hosts) – 08/26/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (Pre – 2007) Patches and DAT Tape (2017) Break Reconstruction
This is the new Kevin tape, I patched in the TobyDog tape to fill the holes and now the show is almost 100% complete, just missing the opening seconds of the first call. The Breaks have all been extended and completed with the best source audio that exists on earth, The Kevin Tape is the body of the show and restored over 45 minutes of content that’s been missing for 18 years. This episode features a Cameo by the infamous Blind Female caller and a follow on the “5-Year-Old with Aids” call from #758. Adam goes off on a bit of a rant about deadbeat dads and the doomed society we were heading towards, solid ep!
This is the new Kevin tape, I patched in the TobyDog tape to fill the holes and now the show is a nearly 100% complete, this is Dana’s CLL debut and only appearance. Possibly due to the heavy call the infamous “5-Year-Old With AIDS” that was unfortunately timed, Dana never heard the follow up call which might have increased the chances of him coming back on. Dana is fresh from the first Season of ‘Working’ on NBC with Fred Savage and promoting his new MTV series ‘Super Adventure Team’ and proves to be a general delight, one of the greatest “one and done” Loveline guests.
Update: The Kevin Tape either has the opening minutes of another episode and then #758 starts two minutes in progress or there is a missing 90 seconds to 3 minutes of #758. It would be an unusual start to have Dana off mic for the first call, if you notice that the opening belongs somewhere else I’ll correct it. For now I’m leaving it as is in case the opening does belong on #758, the tobydog tape is missing the opening 11+ minutes so it’s useless for patching nor even comparison in this case.
One more thing to correct in that “other” Podcast Feed you can gain access to via Patreon.
CLL #757 (feat. Howard Jones) – 08/24/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) JBJ Tape (2008) and TobyDog Tape (2007) for patches
This is the new Kevin tape merged with the JBJ tape, Howard is making his only appearance of the Adam Carolla era and Loveline, ever. He’s another decent but somewhat reserved and quiet guest. Adam is on fire and hilarious, The episode has now been merged for the very first time and the missing 30+min of content has been restored. You’ve never heard this one before like this since it aired, only missing a few minutes of the first segment.
CLL #756 (feat. Natasha Lyonne) – 08/23/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –JBJ Tape (2008) With TobyDog Tape (2007) patches
This is a new transfer of the JBJ tape with some of the old Toby tape woven in which nearly completes the recording, still missing the final goodbye segment. Natasha proved to be a somewhat quiet and slightly antagonistic guest, disagreeing with the guys about childhood trauma. Adam is on point and it’s a funny show, definitely worth a listen and there is an early smoke detector chirp going off, the boys don’t yet time it nor focus in on it to ridicule the caller, sadly. This is Natasha’s only appearance after she guested on the MTV variant of LL prior to this appearance.
CLL #755 (feat. Sprung Monkey) – 08/20/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) With TobyDog Tape (2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape, with the TobyDog tape used to complete the episode. Adam is on top of his game and there are some decent calls, a girl whose father is having sexual dreams about her, an abuse victim with comically delayed responses. Don’t miss this episode. This is the only known appearance of the band on CLL.
CLL #754 (feat. The Crystal Method with Holly Body) – 08/19/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –JBJ Tape (2008) merged with the Kevin Tape (2016) and the TobyDog Tape (2007)
This is the new Kevin tape, with the JBJ tape and the TobyDog Tape and the episode is still missing about 25-30 seconds of content, so the 3 shows is usually enough to complete one episode rule does not apply here, well kind of. After over 30 hours of redoing work we now have a 99.9% complete copy of this infamous show, the best version to ever be shared online, a painstaking edit where only the best audio was used where applicable, the majority is the JBJ tape with the Kevin Tape and the Tobydog tape patched in. The band are making their 2nd known appearance on CLL and 2nd appearance of 1998 as well, this time bringing “gifts” for Adam. Holly Body tagged along and proves to be far more comfortable with Adam than say Melinda Messenger, whatever it was Adam was going for on #741 he experiences it here, wow! Yes, that is what you think it is hitting the microphone.
Original LLT summary by me or UnclePenny, written in 2008:
These guys are some of the all-time greatest guests, Adam discusses an additional order of 100 LoveLine MTV episodes, and Ken asks Adam about the Man Show which Adam replies is still at ABC but will soon be on the air somewhere.
Adult film actress Holly Body comes in for a couple minutes at the end of the show, Adam asks her to show her breasts to Drew and then he shouts at Drew to grab them but he refuses then Holly runs over and grabs Adam’s arm and puts his hand on her chest, Drew sounds really uncomfortable when Holly shows up.
Adam asks her for a quick flash before she goes and she runs over and rubs her breasts all over Adam’s head which knocks his phones off and leaves him unable to speak due to a mouth full of boob, you can actually hear her breasts hitting the mic.
Very unusual episode!!!!
Adam then laments he hopes Lynette was not listening.
From Boobpedia: Holly Body is a busty feature dancer and porn star. She used the alias Holly “BJ” Morgan in her first films. Holly got her most widely known stage name from the Brian DePalma film Body Double. Holly Body was the porn star character Melanie Griffith played. In 1992, working as waitress in a Mexican restaurant in San Fernando Valley, California, she was recruited by the actor and porn director Rex Hickok (aka Rex Cabo: Mr. Elastic Scrotum). By this time she was attending Santa Monica College and at the same time also working as a bikini dancer and stripper, primarily at the Wild Goose and Bare Elegance, near LAX, winning the 1993 Miss West Coast Wet T-Shirt contest.
At that time, her hair was blonde. After a couple years of retreat, during which she supposedly married a professional football player who was released by the Oakland Raiders, she returned to the adult industry as a brunette and with large breast implants. Holly has been a prolific performer, starring in over 150 films. She has, from time to time, also continued to work as a stripper. In the early 2000’s, Holly underwent facial cosmetic surgery. The results were extreme, as some of her fans could not recognize her with her new look. Holly Body now lives in West Hollywood.
CLL #753 (feat. Kevin Eubanks) – 08/18/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2007) Tape Patches
This is the new Kevin tape, with some patches from the old TobyDog tape to nearly complete the recording, it’s now just missing about 1-2 minutes. Kevin proved to be a controversial guest, with some very direct “one time only” moments that happen in his interaction with Adam and Drew, many fans thought Kevin might be racist, some think Adam and Drew were being rude, listen for yourself and make your own decision about what went so wrong during this episode, this is Kevin’s only appearance on CLL.
CLL #752 (feat. Eagle Eye Cherry) – 08/17/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source–Kevin Tape (2016)
This is the new Kevin tape, the only known source for this show that’s been missing for 18 years, I recall hearing this one live very clearly and it’s great to finally be able to restore it to the archive, it’s basically complete, truncated breaks and a few second gaps at the tape flip/10 second break and another spot or two, over 99% complete. This is his only appearance on the show. Let’s all listen again and see if it was any good.
LONG LOST EPISODE, SHARED FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME!
Cherry was born in Stockholm, Sweden, the son of jazz artist Don Cherry and Swedish painter/textile artist Monika Cherry (née Karlsson). He is half-brother of singer Neneh Cherry (his mother’s daughter) and stepbrother to singer Titiyo. Other half-brothers are violinist Jan Cherry, Christian Cherry, and jazz musician David Ornette Cherry. At the age of 12, Cherry was sent to school in New York City. He remained there to work as an actor and a drummer in various bands.
His father died in 1995. In 1996 Cherry returned to Stockholm to focus on his music rather than the acting career that had taken precedence in his professional life. He began writing and recording his debut album, Desireless, in his bedroom studio on an acoustic guitar. According to manager Tommy Manzi, Cherry’s perfectionism made him keep the recordings under wraps until the album was virtually complete. The album became a commercial success throughout the world during 1998 and 1999.Desireless sold four million copies worldwide and was certified platinum in the United States.
CLL #751 (feat. Mark-Paul Gosselaar) – 08/16/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –JBJ Tape (2008)
This is the only known tape of this show, it’s essentially complete with truncated breaks and a small gap or two, the best we’re ever going to get! Mark-Paul proves to be a fantastic guest and is very good natured about his TV movie work post ‘Saved by The Bell’ promoting his new movie ‘Dead Man on Campus’ and fall series ‘Hyperion Bay’ on the WB. Adam riffs on ‘Bad Ronald’ and has a “Pillow Infomercial” later in the show, comedy gold! This is a fantastic episode, it’s been nearly a decade since I first recovered it, let’s all listen again and enjoy! This is a newly transferred remaster of the JBJ tape, never before shared online. It’s missing the closing goodbye break. This is Mark’s 2nd known appearance during the Adam Carolla era, though he hints at guesting many times before with Dr. Drew and previous hosts. His last visit was on CLL #381 – Mark Paul Gosselaar – 1997/03/16 which aired in the old CLL feed, also a great episode.
CLL #750 (feat. KoЯn) – 08/13/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) and Tobydog Tape (2007) patches
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the previously acquired recordings, the band are returning to the show and prove to be quite fun, Adam shares the Dub C bumper with them and the band reveal the origin of their name. The band have 5 more appearances during the Adam era, including another visit in 1998.
CLL #749 (feat. Adam Goldberg) – 08/12/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –TobyDog Tape (2008) with another TobyDog source used for patches
This is the only copy of this show, two TD tapes merged together with almost the exact same content on both tapes, but some slight differences. The best version was used, enhanced and patched with the lower quality backup source. Adam proves to be a great guest and returns to the show two more times, once in 1999 and again in 2003. There are some audio issues including bleed in from another station or previous recording on the source tape, it can be annoying if you focus on it so try not to, this is a good episode.
CLL #748 (feat. Thomas Lennon) – 08/11/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source–Kevin Tape (2016) with JBJ Tape (2008) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the JBJ tape, Tom Lennon is making his one and only known appearance on CLL, promoting ‘Viva Variety’ and proves to be a delightful yet somewhat quiet guest. Tom is infamous for his impression of James Babydoll Dixon, Adam Carolla’s talent agent. This show is now complete with the missing 10 minutes of content restored after being lost for the past 18 years.
CLL #747 (feat. David Alan Grier ‘DAG’) – 08/10/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –TobyDog Tape (2007)
This is the only known recording of the show, it’s missing a few beats on the breaks and in the middle from the tape flip but nearly complete, the best we’re ever going to get and now remastered for the last time. DAG has at least another 16 appearances before Adam’s departure and we have all of them, so get ready to save some babies! DAG talks about his gopher problem, insults Jeff Conway and offers up some delightful sincerity to the callers, great episode!
CLL #746 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 08/09/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –JBJ Tape (2008)
This is the only known copy of this show on earth, it’s nearly complete just missing about 5 minutes from the opening of the show, originally titled/labeled “Celebrity Baseball” it was one of the greatest discoveries of the JBJ collection, Adam has a poem inspired by Culver city. Hilarious Episode!
CLL #745 (feat. Diane Farr) – 08/06/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Spinfly Tape (2009) with TobyDog Tape (2007) patches
This is a new merging of the existing Spinfly Tape and the TobyDog Tape, the show is now complete in full, Diane was the longest running female co-host on MTV Loveline and went on to star in many TV series as well as Adam’s movie ‘Roar Hard’ she’s a fantastic guest and it’s a real shame she didn’t appear more, she has two more visits to the show in January of 1999 and then again in January of 2002 during the ‘Roswell’ era.
CLL #744 (feat. Jeff Ross) – 08/05/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2007) patches
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the previously acquired recording, the missing 24 minutes have finally been restored after over 18 years. This episode is a fan favorite and Jeff is making his CLL debut, promoting his hilarious ‘Pulp Comics’ special from Comedy Central. They go over the infamous ‘3TV’ interview once again.
From Wiki: Jeffrey Ross Lifschultz (born September 13, 1965), known professionally as Jeff Ross, is an American stand-up comedian, writer, actor and author. His skill in doing high-profile celebrity roasts and his appearances in Comedy Central’s Roasts, have led him to be dubbed “The Roastmaster General.” He has appeared in various film, television, and cartoon projects. He has made appearances at events for U.S. soldiers and directed a documentary film covering his experiences touring U.S. bases in Iraq.
CLL #743 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) – 08/04/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with 2 different TobyDog Tapes (2007) used for patches
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the previously acquired recordings, this episode is a strong no guest show. Adam and Drew revisits the ‘Gaines-Burgers’ analogy from an interview tour and there is a surprise call to someone who has guested on the show before and will guest again one more time before the millennium(hint!) This is a brand-new merging of 3 different recordings and took over 8 hours to build from tape transferring to editing, not counting the previously acquired recordings and the years of work over the last decade. I hope you guys enjoy this one, we get a “sleepy” Adam and a fun Dr. Drew! Adam Tells the Philip The Juggler bachelor party story, goes in depth on the interview with 3TV the local Arizona affiliate and tells an insane car accident story involving his buddy “J.J.”
CLL #742 (feat. Maná) – 08/03/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Spinfly Tape (2009) with Kevin Tape (2016) and TobyDog Tape (2007) patches
This is the existing Spinfly Tape, it has the best audio so it was used as the body of the show with the Kevin tape used to splice in the missing opening 4 minutes of the show and the TobyDog Tape used to complete the closing break. This is Maná’s only appearance on Classic Loveline, the band are solid guests, somewhat quiet but still good and caller Michelle is a standout, not in a good way.
Maná has topped the all-time lists in much of Latin America and in their native Mexico, where they set landmarks in record sales and concert attendances. The band formed in 1986 and released its first album, Falta Amor, in 1990. In 1992, the group released ¿Dónde Jugarán Los Niños?, which sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, (over 700,000 copies in the US alone) becoming the best selling Spanish-language rock album of all time. After several lineup changes, the group released Cuando los Ángeles Lloran (1995), which is noted for its stylistic departure from the band’s previous work. Maná followed with Sueños Líquidos (1997), Revolución de Amor (2002), and Amar es Combatir (2006), which continued the group’s success. The band followed up with Drama y Luz in April 2011. Their most recent album is Cama Incendiada, which was released in early 2015.
CLL #741 (feat. Melinda Messenger) – 08/02/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Spinfly Tape (2009) with JBJ Tape (2008) and TobyDog (2007) patches
This is the only complete copy of the show to ever be circulated online, they were all missing chunks from the show, this is another one of those “it takes a village” episodes where we needed all 3 recordings to complete the episode. This ep is now controversial in hindsight, many fans on Lovelinetapes.com have discussed Adam’s tone, interactions and strong interest in Melinda, some listeners find it to be uncomfortable and think he was out of line, others think it was simply what Adam does when he likes a woman and perhaps he was just a little too over emphatic this time while noting that Melinda was laughing and joking back the whole time while citing her profession and industry as a reason why she wouldn’t be offended by his words. Once again you decided for yourself if he crossed the line or if it was just in good fun. Great Episode!
From Wiki: Melinda Jane Messenger (born 23 February 1971) is an English television presenter and former glamour model and Page 3 girl. She presented the magazine programme Live from Studio Five and was formerly the co-presenter of the reality show Cowboy Builders.
CLL #740 (feat. Gary Busey) – 07/30/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2007)
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the previously acquired recording, the TobyDog “Best Of” sadly the Kevin tape is also missing the 30 seconds of content coming into the 2nd break, you can still hear the music so it can’t be more than 45 seconds max. Nearly 100% complete.
CLL #739 (feat. Riki Rachtman) – 07/29/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the previously acquired recordings, Riki is making his first return to LoveLine after his January 1996 departure, Adam, Drew and Riki like it’s 1996 all over again. This episode has been lost for 18+ years, mistakenly fans added no guest episodes to the listing on Lovelinetapes.com, the missing 55 minutes of content is now restored and the show is essentially 100% complete. You have not heard this one, you might think you have, but you have not unless you heard it live almost two decades ago.
CLL #738 (feat. The Love Between the Two Hosts) – 07/28/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) without patches from the Spinfly Tape (2009) nor the TobyDog Tape (2007)
This is the new Kevin tape and I found two other sources very last minute, both of them incomplete and without any of the missing content needed to complete this episode, it’s damn near 100% complete on its own and is only missing about 10-30 seconds from about 15-min. into the show, a satellite drop out or swear was bleeped. I wish people hadn’t re-labeled the old files, it added an extra 30-hrs. of work onto this episode. Enjoy everyone! Adam tells the Adrienne Barbeau sexual assault dream story and even busts out some Tim the Russian Rapper.
CLL #737 (feat. Sean Lennon) – 07/27/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016)
This is the new Kevin tape and the only known copy of the show aside from an upcoming “Best Of” segment off an old TobyDog tape that unfortunately I didn’t transfer, sadly it doesn’t matter as that clip doesn’t have the missing 12 minutes from this episode, it starts already in progress before the first break with Sean in studio, this is a brand new Lost Episode and it’s about as complete as we’re ever going to get, enjoy!
CLL #736(feat. Trey Parker and Matt Stone) – 07/26/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Spinfly Tape (2009) and JBJ Tape (2008) and unknown tape patches
This is the first time all of the sources have been merged into one file, now the show is complete and correctly dated as 07/26/1998, just as the tapes were labeled by the kids who recorded them 18+ years ago, hmmm funny how that works, too bad some people decided to relabel my files based on their whims hunches and flawed thought patterns, very nice of them to steal a week of my life trying to fix what wasn’t broken until they rubbed their stink all over it. Some fans found the guests too be distant and uninvolved, others did not, once again you decide for yourself. Matt and Trey have one final appearance in 1999, they only guested twice though they do come up in 2004 as Adam is recounting some bachelor party shenanigans in Mexico where they were also guests of the groom.
From Wiki: Randolph Severn “Trey” Parker III (born October 19, 1969) is an American actor, animator, writer, director, producer, singer, and songwriter. He is known for co-creating South Park (1997–present) along with his creative partner Matt Stone, as well as co-writing and co-directing the Tony Award-winning musical The Book of Mormon (2011). Parker was interested in film and music as a child, and attended the University of Colorado, Boulder following high school, where he met Stone. The two collaborated on various short films, and starred in a feature-length musical, titled Cannibal! The Musical (1993).
Parker and Stone moved to Los Angeles and wrote their second film, Orgazmo (1997). Before the premiere of the movie, South Park premiered on Comedy Central in August 1997. The duo, who possess full creative control of the show, have since produced music and video games based on the show, which continues to run. They worked on a feature film titled South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), which received critical acclaim by both critics and fans. Alongside Stone, he has also produced various feature films and television series, including Team America: World Police (2004). After several years of development, The Book of Mormon, a musical co-written by Parker, Stone, and composer Robert Lopez, premiered on Broadway and became immensely successful. In 2013, he and Stone established their own production studio, Important Studios.
From Wiki: Matthew Richard “Matt” Stone (born May 26, 1971) is an American actor, animator, writer, director, producer, singer, and songwriter. He is known for co-creating South Park (1997–present) along with his creative partner Trey Parker, as well as co-writing the Tony Award-winning musical The Book of Mormon (2011). Stone was interested in film and music as a child, and attended the University of Colorado, Boulder following high school, where he met Parker. The two collaborated on various short films, and starred in a feature-length musical, titled Cannibal! The Musical (1993).
Stone and Parker moved to Los Angeles and wrote their second film, Orgazmo (1997). Before the premiere of the movie, South Park premiered on Comedy Central in August 1997. The duo, who possess full creative control of the show, have since produced music and video games based on the show, which continues to run. They worked on a feature film titled South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), which received critical acclaim by both critics and fans. Alongside Parker, he has also produced various feature films and television series, including Team America: World Police (2004). After several years of development, The Book of Mormon, a musical co-written by Stone, Parker, and composer Robert Lopez, premiered on Broadway and became immensely successful. In 2013, he and Parker established their own production studio, Important Studios.
CLL #735 (feat. Plastilina Mosh) – 07/23/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with Yoyoma02 Tape (2010) and JBJ Tape (2008) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the previously acquired recordings, the band are making their only known appearance on CLL, Adam busts a bogus caller, one of the band members gets in a solid dig on the Aceman and they prove to be very humble and patient guests, rolling with Adam’s comedy about Mexico and Adam tells a great story about an ex-girlfriend.
From Wiki: Plastilina Mosh is a Mexican electronic and alternative rock group from Monterrey, Mexico. They are part of the musical movement known as Avanzada Regia. Jonás González is the lead singer and guitar player. Alejandro Rosso is more involved with the creative process, providing most of the instrumentation and occasional background vocals.
As of 2008 they have released four studio records. The band has achieved, since the release of their 1997 single-debut ‘Niño Bomba’, both critical and commercial success. The group often mixes several music styles like rap, dance and rock while often switching between English, Spanish, Italian, French and several other languages in the same song.
CLL #734 (feat. The Surfers) – 07/22/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with Spinfly Tape (2009) and JBJ Tape (2008) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with some patches from the previously acquired recordings, Kelly Slater, Rob Machado and Peter King from the short-lived band known as ‘The Surfers’ are making their one and only appearance as a band on CLL. Kelly has some other appearances on the show, the band are pretty much silent most of the show until towards the end, The What’s My Dad Doing in Israel girl calls back with clearer sinuses this time. Great episode and nearly 100% complete, only missing the first 15 – 30 seconds during the opening call and it is the one time only that they play a fan’s mashup of Adam and Drew talking about and to James The Zoosexual.
From Wiki: In the late 1990s Slater, with friends and fellow pro surfers Rob Machado and Peter King, formed a band called The Surfers. The trio released an album in 1998 titled Songs from the Pipe, a reference to the famous surf spot Pipeline on Oahu, Hawaii. Kelly toured Australia with his band, performing in venues such as the Opera House and parliament house. He was given an honorary membership to the Rickson Cricket Club in northwest Sydney.
CLL #733 (feat. Phunk Junkeez) – 07/21/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin tape with missing 6 minutes of content, now the show is nearly complete in full and just missing at most 3 minutes from the opening call. Caller Elizabeth is a standout and Adam has solid chemistry with “Roach Clip” from the band.
CLL #732 (feat. Candlebox and Dr. Bruce) – 07/20/1998 – Monday Night Show
Source –Dr. Bruce KROQ Tape (2010) with Spinfly Tape (2009) opening patch
This is the full Dr. Bruce tape provided by the Doctor himself, recorded by Engineer Mike as he did for all guest doc’s and guests who requested it, it took 12 years but I finally acquired this batch in 2010, most were pristine and of the best possible quality, a couple were coated in a “coffee like substance mainly comprised of sugar” that he must’ve spilled back in 98, it became a tar like substance that required the tapes be removed from their cases and soaked in 90% rubbing alcohol overnight, then rewound by hand, it took over 72hrs per tape. Enjoy!
CLL #731 (feat. Dr. Bruce) – 07/19/1998 – Sunday Night Show
Source –Dr. Bruce KROQ Tape (2010)
This is the full Dr. Bruce tape provided by the Doctor himself, recorded by Engineer Mike as he did for all guest doc’s and guests who requested it, it took 12 years but I finally acquired this batch in 2010, most were pristine and of the best possible quality, a couple were coated in a “coffee like substance mainly comprised of sugar” that he must’ve spilled back in 98, it became a tar like substance that required the tapes be removed from their cases and soaked in 90% rubbing alcohol overnight, then rewound by hand, it took over 72hrs per tape. Enjoy! Adam has some mockery for the Wiccan community and they have a funny back and forth regarding self-piercing, the best version of this episode that exists on earth.
CLL #730 (feat. The Love Between the Two Hosts) – 07/16/1998 – Thursday Night Show
Source –Spinfly Tape (2009) with TobyDog Tape (2007) Patches
This is the Spinfly Tape and Toby Tape combined, another no guest episode and another audio upgrade. This is the definitive edit of this episode. In this episode, Drew steps on Adam’s jokes during a heatwave in Los Angeles and they speak to April and Sandy, a young woman in her 20’s who claims to be abusing the child she babysits. Adam has some old stories about living with the Weas during another heatwave a decade earlier. The show is now complete and the missing 5 minutes have been restored along with the audio quality getting bumped up with the new Kevin Tape. The show starts in progress with the guys discussing ‘Politically Incorrect’ and seems to still be missing about 5 minutes of content in total, as complete as we will probably ever get.
CLL #729 (feat. The Love Between the Two Hosts) – 07/15/1998 – Wednesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with Spinfly Tape (2009) Patches
This is the new Kevin Tape with patches from the Spinfly Tape, Adam and Drew mentioned a mystery female guest who was booked for the episode at the close of last night’s episode but her name was cutoff. Adam busts out the Blood, Sweat and Tears for possibly the first time with some ‘Lucretia Macevil’ which will eventually become a semiannual event, it pops up again a few more times in the 2000’s. Dr. Drew discusses his experience with a timeshare property and Adam rants about publicists, amazing episode with the missing 7 minutes now restored and with yet another source audio upgrade, you’re welcome!
CLL #728 (feat. The Love Between the Two Hosts) – 07/14/1998 – Tuesday Night Show
Source –Kevin Tape (2016) with TobyDog Tape (2007) Patches
This is the new Kevin Tape with patches from the TobyDog Tape, Adam and Drew field a call relating to conjugal visits and an intense call from Megan who claims to have HIV, fans on LoveLineTapes have once again created a controversy regarding the possible bogosity of her call, once again decide for yourself, there is a similar call on CLL #758 coming up with Dana Gould making his one and only visit to the show during the Adam era and Dr. Drew confronts Adam on his habit of writing sequential numbers on scratch paper while taking calls.