This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, Lisa is making her first of two appearances during the Adam era though her sister previously made a bogus call on CLL #923 with the Zappa brothers as Lisa was in a long term relationship with one of them. Ian is making his only appearance on CLL. They are promoting the single season ‘Spider-Man: The New Animated Series’ which was produced by Mainframe the same company who made ‘Reboot’ and ‘Beast Wars.’ Adam and Lisa sing along to the music of ‘Taboo II’ and it makes for an almost ‘Sleeper Classic’ episode, though some fans think the last 15+ minutes sours the rest of the episode, once again listen and decide for yourself.
Source – Tucker Stream Recording (2004) with a Fan Stream Recording Patch (2004)
This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, Drew first shares the “Finger Bang” misunderstanding/prank that occurred between his kids over a plot and band name on the show ‘South Park’ a story he either mis-told back in 2004 or now misremembers. The band bring in a bunch of Mexican Food and it ends up damn near a Sleeper Classic episode.
This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, It’s “rambling” night, Adam is stuck on the concept and it comes up throughout the episode. Jason Schwartzman was in previously promoting the band on CLL #1657 with Stryker filling in for Adam. This is their 2nd and final appearance on CLL.
This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, Adam and Drew return for the second “no guest” episode of the new year. Adam shares his negative feelings regarding Anime despite being a lifelong fan of the anime ‘Speed Racer.’ Adam predicts a suicide via a quick punchline, they discuss some hypothetical scenarios and take some body piercing calls.
This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, Jeremy is making his annual January appearance on CLL, his seventh appearance of the Adam era. Drunk Marcus calls back with what many fans find to be another hilarious call. They also hear from second time caller Rusty who is all Drunk. Bordering on a Sleeper Classic, some fans claim this is one of the funniest shows every recorded. Once again listen and decide for yourself.
This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, Angie is making her second and final appearance of the Adam era. Angie is promoting ‘Celebrity Mole: Yucatán’. The annoying tone is baked into the show and possibly originates from Westwood One, it ends at roughly 02:19 into the opening segment. Angie backed up into someone’s Porsche near the studio and arrives during the first break due to the accident. They play a round of ‘Germany or Florida’ that involves a Geiger counter.
Source – Tucker Stream Recording (2004) with a Fan Stream Recording (2004) patch
This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, the first new episode of 2004. Adam and Drew return from a 12 day break and Adam describes his vacation activities at home, settling into the life of a wino. A young man calls in asking Drew to clarify the mechanism and function of emergency contraception. Miriam calls in and another caller drop an s bomb on air.
Source – Tucker Stream Recording (2004) with Fan Stream Recording (2004) patches
This episode is 100% complete with a medium audio upgrade, This is the best of with bumpers meant for New Year’s Eve, however it was played on 01/01 and we have no record of a missing show, the mystery of 2154 and 2155 is discussed in the intro of 2156. So tune in for an explanation and possible scenarios that may have resulted in this airing order. This episode features Jimmy Kimmel, Puddle of Mudd, Bob Guiney, Kelly Osbourne, Wilmer Valderrama and Bill Bellamy.
This episode is 99.9% complete with a medium audio upgrade, it opens with the old intro but features clips with music singles not released until 2003. Unclear what is going on with this recording, most of the affiliates broadcast music in place of the show, in particular the main streaming station out of SFO. This could be a misdated show, used as a filler by fans wanting a “complete” 2003 that doesn’t exist or it could be Anderson running out of Best Of and using his leftover emergency episode as the final bit of 2003. The outro had to be added in post and could be incorrectly applied depending on the actual lineage of this recording.