An episode missing for over 22 years now shared for the first time ever, nobody had heard this since it originally aired. Nobody knows what happens, let’s all listen together and find out. The episode is 99.9% complete just missing a few seconds from the tape flip and towards the end when some tape degradation deletes and reverses a couple of words from a caller.
Rogan began a career in stand-up in August 1988 in the Boston area, developing a blue comedy act. He moved to New York City two years later.
After relocating to Los Angeles in 1994, Rogan signed an exclusive developmental deal with Disney, appeared as an actor on the television sitcoms Hardball and NewsRadio, and worked in local comedy clubs. In 1997, he started working for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) as an interviewer and color commentator. Rogan released his first comedy special in 2000, and has since produced seven other specials. From 2001, he has been the host of several television shows, including Fear Factor, The Man Show, and Joe Rogan Questions Everything.
In 2009, Rogan launched his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience which has become one of the most popular podcasts in the world; in October 2015, it was downloaded 16 million times. Rogan also is an advocate for the legalization of cannabis, an avid hunter and part of the “Eat What You Kill” movement.
CLL #251 (feat. Christine Taylor and Merrin Dungey)
09/15/1996– Sunday Night Show
Source – Lost Tape (2019)
This episode is essentially 100% complete after being lost to time for the past 23 years, now just missing a few seconds during the “Tape Flip” at the top of the second hour. Christine and Merrin are promoting the short lived series ‘Party Girl’ and are both making their only appearances on CLL.
This episode is 99.9% complete, missing since it originally aired over 23 years ago. Poe is making her CLL debut. Many fans including myself have never heard this legendary episode, including myself so let’s all listen together and find out what happened. This episode predates her appearance on MTV LoveLine and the airing of MTV LoveLine altogether. Poe returns to the show twice more on CLL #600 and then one final appearance in 2001 on CLL #1443 with her brother Mark.
This episode is 99.9% complete, just missing a few lines from Adam after the top of the second hour station ID break, the audio dips for a few moments due to a repair to the tape, still totally audible but it sounds like they’re underwater for about 15-20sec. The only known source on earth, Carrot Top making his earlier known appearance on CLL, he returns two more times during the Adam era. Nobody has heard this since it originally aired, let’s all listen together and find out what happened.
CLL #230 (feat. The Jerky Boys with Chris Hardwick)
08/15/1996– Thursday Night Show
Source – Craig stumbled upon existing mp3 recording (2020)
This episode is roughly 55% complete and features Chris Hardwick filling in for Adam for the 2nd hour of LoveLine with The Jerky Boys making their earliest known appearance on the show, one of the rarest hosting change ups in LL history. Chris would fill in for Adam much like Stryker ended up doing a few years later, Chris took a job with a competing station and was prevented from filling for Adam after that. Nobody aside from Craig and the internet source for this file have heard this since it originally aired, let’s all listen together and find out what happened.
This episode is 100% complete. It was first shared 7 years ago in the previous CLL feed, I now have finally been able to remaster it and release it as it was always meant to be heard. Both bands are making their only know appearances on CLL.
This episode is 99.9% complete, just missing the top of the 2nd hour station identification break, in terms of missing content the best possible option. Tony is making his only appearance on CLL, this episode has been missing for 24 years, there are only two known copies on earth and despite securing one copy years ago, I was not allowed to release it. Due to the restriction of not being able to share it I still haven’t even heard it myself and have no idea what events transpire, now that I’ve secured the other known copy that I can release after years of work and effort I can’t even begin to describe, let’s all listen together and enjoy it!
This episode is 100% complete, with a huge audio upgrade. The infamous episode that led to the fake corporate policy of not archiving shows. This episode and the things revealed in it are why I’ve had to spend 2 decades of my life trying to reconstruct this show from the scraps that didn’t get thrown away. Heidi is making her first appearance on CLL.
This episode is now 99.9% complete, just missing a few seconds after the station ID break due to the tape flip and now with a huge audio upgrade as well. The Rentals are making their only appearance on CLL during the Adam Carolla era. Adam shows everyone his nipple bumps to remove the stigma and overall it’s an interesting episode in the evolution of the show and the host dynamic, the beginning of the first week without Riki.
This episode is 100% complete, with a huge audio upgrade. This episode is from the week Riki took a cruise in December of 1995. Classic LoveLine #53 (feat. The Love Between The Two Hosts) from 12/12/1995. This was released in the CLL feed as ‘Totin’ The Mocha’ in reference to something Adam says in the episode.
This episode is 100% complete, with a huge audio upgrade. After the previous episode with Mike Muir they decided to run what seems to be emergency “Best Of” possibly by coincidence or to regroup after a tough show and host change-up. This is a full show replay of Classic LoveLine #52 (feat. Iggy Pop) from 12/11/1995.
CLL #79 (feat. The Awkward Chemistry Between The Three Hosts)
01/17/1996– Wednesday Night Show
Source – Lost Tape VHS (2013)
This episode is 100% complete, with a huge audio upgrade. Riki announces this will be his final night as co-host of Loveline after hosting since August 22nd 1993 due to Poorman’s termination over that weekend. Riki went from guest to new co-host literally overnight. Riki co-hosted the show for over 2 years with Dr. Drew before Adam joined them October 1st 1995 and Riki continued with the show for over another 3 months. As Adam said if only ever night could have been Riki’s last show they could have had an entirely different chemistry leading up to this and possibly continued on.
This episode is 100% complete, with a huge audio upgrade. Dave Navarro and Chad from the band are both in studio and a clever listener has deduced that Riki must’ve told them he was going to depart the show, Chad hints at it throughout the episode to Riki’s annoyance, Riki also mentions his wife’s dislike for Janine Lindemulder whom he’d soon begin dating. Very Great Magnet foreshadowing.
CLL #76 (feat. Space Ghost, Juli Ashton and Doria Rone)
01/14/1996– Sunday Night Show
Source – Lost Tape VHS (2013)
This episode is 100% complete, with a huge audio upgrade. Space Ghost joins them via satellite for the first half of the show and Juli and Doria from ‘Night Calls’ on The Playboy Channel join them in studio for the 2nd hour. Adam attempts to read a fax and rants about ‘Smashing Pumpkins’ while Riki takes as many Tattoo related calls as possible.