GLL Episode 886

CLL #886 (feat. Lit)

02/21/1999 – Sunday Night Show

Source – Tobydog Tape (2009) 

This is a brand new export of the only known copy of this episode, a Toby tape I first transferred almost a decade ago. Lit are making their first of five known visits to CLL, the episode is nearly 100% complete, just missing 30 seconds or less from the tape flip. A. Jay Popoff, Jeremy Popoff, Kevin Baldes and Allen Shellenberger are all in studio. Adam tells the story of taking Nate and Tim to ‘Knott’s Scary Farm’ and Dr. Drew misses a clearly bogus call. 

From Wiki: Lit is an American rock band, formed in 1995 in FullertonCalifornia. They are best known for their hit song “My Own Worst Enemy“.

LLT Notes: Adam says that Peta Wilson will be on the show tomorrow night. Hopefully a recording of that show will surface someday. Adam says that Larry Flint will also be on the show with her so if someone ever finds a 2-22-1999 Larry Flynt show, that may be the infamous Peta Wilson show.

The band brings up Knott’s Berry Farm and Adam talks about bringing Tim (Teeem), his catholic brother and some of his friends to Knott’s Scary Farm 4 or 5 years ago. He said it was a horrible night, even though he didn’t stay with them but sat in a Diner and saw a movie by himself.
A good Lit song is Played. A caller puts a plug in for The Dr. Drew and Adam book.

Caller Scott says he’s banging his twin sister. Adam calls bogus but almost takes it back after he says he’s from Bakersfield. When they ask him to repeat a number Drew told him to write down, he laughs and hangs up.
Drew takes a stab at Chumbawamba and Adam requests a good gabling call. A caller named Kenny has a strong Cincinnati accent.
Adam says you can throw up about 5 times in a van before it’s totaled while the limit in a car is just 1 time. Also 5 vomits can be traded in for one defecation.

Adam tells a good story about the show Emergency. They were shooting a scene near his middle school and Adam thought it was a regular ambulance and went to check out what was happening. He poked his head in the ambulance and saw the two guys from the tv show. He figured they were actual EMT’s. They told him to go away. A little while later her realized they were shooting the show.

They talk about Peta Wilson and her accent.
A 14 year old caller named Angel has a little girl voice with a Southern accent. They decide right away to gamble. They all put in $5 each after Adam has to talk Drew into it. Unlike most guests, the band puts in all good bets. She talks about a bunch of bizarre stuff that had happened to her and Drew acts like some of it isn’t a big deal. Adam says he’s saying that because he has money riding on it. At the end of the call she asks a great question:
Angel: What’s a bong? Adam: It’s where stoned guys keep their flowers. Angel: Huuuhhh? Adam: It’s an apparatus used for smoking marijuana. Drew: In the 70’s Adam: Don’t tell my friends that.

They go over the call and the bets to see who won. Drew tries to talk them into giving him his $5 back.

There’s some talk about girls going to the doctor with their friends. Adam doesn’t think it’s a good idea. Producer Ann chimes in and says it’s normal. Drew brings up Adam going to Jimmy’s prostate exam but Adam explains he brought a microphone so he could get something for the morning show.
Adam says a gay magazine called Lavender criticized Loveline and how Adam and Drew take calls.

A caller says he heard Adam on a radio commercial. Adam asks Drew what he thought the commercial was for but Drew didn’t hear the question because he was reading the gay magazine. It turns out Adam did a Mountain Dew radio commercial.

Music Provided by Rich Banks

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