We start the show talking about restructuring the daylight savings schedule, buying baby stuff, and we compare the way Sam grew up with his mom, to Opie and his mom. We talk about The Islanders, we play some news teases, we talk about the cruise gone wrong that returned and the song that one of the passengers made about it. Patrice O'Neal and Colin Quinn join us in studio, and we talk about the Seinfeld mafia (friends of Jerry Seinfeld), and play some audio of Scorch's PFG TV.
This tribute to Patrice O' Neal includes reflections from Gregg ‘Opie’ Hughes, comedians Rich Vos, Joe DeRosa, and Amy Schumer. Classic Patrice appearances include a discussion on Patrice’s outfits, Wesley Snipes going to jail, awful sci-fi movies, Patrice’s WWE career, Alfred Hitchcock movies, making a lingerie girl cry, a discussion on Lady Gaga, Patrice’s glass dildos, and the punk test.
This tribute to Patrice O' Neal includes reflections from comedian Jim Florentine and Anthony Cumia. Classic Patrice appearances include The Black Phillip Show, Patrice’s take on the Illuminati, Patrice in studio with Gallagher, The Bobo Up and Down Game, the cab challenge, and Patrice’s ‘Unmasked’ interview with Ron Bennington.
"RIP Funny Man"
We start today’s show talking about the weather, and the wind tunnel near Opie’s house. Opie talks about his time at the Islanders game last night, while Ant talks about being at another Fashion Show. We bring up Lady Gaga, talk about her ridiculous outfits, and play some clips of her on GMA. Patrice O’neal comes by to talk about his new Comedy Central special. He talks about trying to retire, his depression, and his audience. Bill Burr joins the show next and we talk about the NHL.
This tribute to Patrice O' Neal includes reflections from comedians Louis CK, Dave Attell, Colin Quinn, and Dane Cook. Classic Patrice appearances include exotic meats, The United States of Patrice, Patrice’s mom, the rock coat, it’s raining stuff, Independence Day, and side pussy. All proceeds from the sale of this program will go to Gladys and Dude Productions, Inc., for the benefit of Patrice O’Neal’s family.
This tribute to Patrice O' Neal includes reflections from comedians Kurt Metzger, Russ Meneve, and Robert Kelly. Classic Patrice segments include Patrice goes to jail, Patrice’s last show, and Warren Haynes. All proceeds from the sale of this program will go to Gladys and Dude Productions, Inc., for the benefit of Patrice O’Neal’s family.
Born in West Africa in the early 1950s, Somé was kidnapped at age four by a French Jesuit missionary to be trained as a priest, for the next 15 years enduring the harsh regimen of a seminary where his native language and tribal traditions were systematically suppressed. At age 20 he escaped, but when he returned to his Dugara people in Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso) they rejected him as an outsider. To reconnect with his native culture, Somé underwent a month-long initiation into shamanism.
"so beautifully eye opened by this book thank you!"
It's Super Tuesday, and we talk about the candidates. We listen to a song about Obama from members of Pearl Jam. We talk about the Super Bowl. An airline is charging more for baggage. Bobby Knight retires. Larry King raps. We talk more about Super Tuesday. We talk to people on the street about who they will vote for. We listen to a Giants victory song, and to more Bobby Knight clips. A middle school is banning intentional flatulence. We go through some of the days news stories.
Today on O&A, Anthony talks about going to the Yankees game. We discuss how expensive sporting events are. Dr. Steve calls in to talk about cancer. Patrice O'Neal joins the show. We talk about eating raw. comedian Nick DiPaolo joins the show. We talk about Nick's house and some other houses. We discuss violence in sports and new rules in the NFL. We have a discussion about race. And we talk about hot white and black women.
A returning war hero and the woman who once loved him are brought together again – but will they be able to heal the wounds of their past? Kari Winslow is a Palm Beach news reporter fighting not only to keep her job but also to take over the nightly anchor spot. Her boss has axed her special runaway series and wants “feel-good stories” instead. She has only two weeks to come up with something big, or the series will be taken over by the new anchorman who seems determined to ruin her career.
Today on O&A, we start the show with more new yellow lights and we talk about Howard’s new studio that is empty. We listen to Bobo admit that he did do Howard’s show. Ant and Travis were at the Radiohead concert last night. We talk about the protestors on Wall Street and MSNBC’s coverage of it. We listen to a South African newsreader drop the F-Bomb multiple times. We talk about dangerous animals and the honey badger.
Today on O&A, we start with a discussion on Keith Olbermann's response to Opie tweeting the video of Ann Coulter in studio. Ant talks about getting his car back and Jim talks about his experience at Ozzfest with Club Soda Kenny, who calls in to the show from down the hall. We play the top 5 Gulf Oil Spill songs and welcome Patrice O'Neal to the show.
If any American fictional character of the 20th century seems likely to be immortal, it is Lorelei Lee of Little Rock, Arkansas, the not-so-dumb blonde who knew that diamonds are a girl's best friend. Outrageous, charming, and unforgettable, she's been portrayed on stage and screen by Carol Channing and Marilyn Monroe, and has become the archetype of the footloose, good-hearted gold digger, with an insatiable appetite for orchids, champagne, and precious stones.
Sharon Osbourne apologizes for her comments about Susan Boyle. Steve Phillips' mistress says she did nothing wrong. Carrie Prejean goes on Larry King Live and refuses to talk about anything. We replay the old Tommy Lee phone call. We talk about War of the Worlds and Jaws, and we discuss some new movies. We talk about Scott Farrell. Anthony tells a disturbing story about his childhood. We talk about the new 2012 movie. Comedians Patrice O'Neal and Colin Quinn join the show.
The Animation Festival is tonight. We talk about Hillary and Obama. We talk about Anthony and Jill, and Patrice O'Neal joins us in studio. Anthony and Patrice talk about PBA cards. Then we talk to Jimmy Justice on the phone, and we do Terrible News with Roland. Once we get to XM, we're joined by a large studio audience. We listen to Kathy Lee talk about testicles. We talk to Pat from Moonachie. We play Line of the Day, and crowd favorite Than stops by.
Today on O&A, We start the show today talking about the Islanders, and a player who gave an offensive gesture on the ice possibly getting suspended. Ant was watching Hoarders last night. We move on to politics and talk taxes. The internet feed is having problems once again and Phil Muschnik wrote a column taking a shot at O&A. Sam comes in for Jocktober. We feature a show from Seattle. Patrice O'Neal joins us in studio. Opie gives Patrice a bottle of Louis the 13th.
The Yankees are officially eliminated from the playoffs. We're not on in Boston today. Colin Quinn joins the show. We get an update on the Anthony and Jill situation. Patrice O'Neal joins the show. Colin and Patrice argue. Patrice talks to Anthony about his breakup with Jill. Anthony talks about his breakup with his previous girlfriend. Intern David comes in to do Kosher Sports. And the cast of HBO's Little Britain stops by.
Fans of Opie & Anthony have come to know and love the big man, comedian Patrice Oneal. Now, he's front-and-center as the host of his own relationship show on XM Satellite Radio. With help from Dante Nero, Kathleen Rowle, and Opie himself, Patrice answers calls, gives advice, and separates the men from the boys!
We talk about the face-transplant lady and how weird she looks. Brett Favre might be playing for the Vikings. We talk about Elton John and some of his songs. We get a sex toy from porn star Bree Olson. Kiefer Sutherland head-butted a guy last night. Opie loves Popeye's Chicken. We talk about Google Earth. We talk more about Popeye's. Comedian Patrice O'Neal joins the show. We discuss whether the Swine Flu is a big conspiracy. We talk about diet sodas and just how dangerous aspartame is.
Elton John is collaborating with Alice in Chains. We talk about how everything good ends up sucking. WBCN signs off. Sam interviews Artie Cornfeld. We talk about how expensive sports tickets are. We listen to new John Sterling clips. Little Nicky records a song that smashes Danny. We try to figure out who on the staff told Little Nicky that Danny didn't like his production. Danny and E-Rock argue. Comedian Rich Vos joins the show.