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.
"RIP Funny Man"
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.
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.
Patrice Oneal is back with another hilarious edition of his XM Satellite Radio relationship show, Black Phillip. This time around, Kathleen Rowle gets hung up on one caller, and Patrice explains her behavior is exactly what women do. Plus, a lengthy discussion on threesomes - how to get them going and what NOT to do to mess them up.
"Great Show Again..."
Cops drink coffee. They don't belong in Ellen Rosings's Victorian tearoom. But when her opening day thank-you tea ends in the murder of the president of the Santa Fe Preservation Trust, the police invade her haven. Enter Detective Tony Aragon: attractive and unsympathetic, with a chip on his shoulder that goes beyond the murder investigation, and Ellen's delicate bone china cup is full. Is the murderer one of her honored guests, or the ghost rumored to haunt the building? Will Ellen solve the mystery, or will the Wisteria Tearoom's premiere turn out to be its - and Ellen's - finale?
Notorious for failed relationships. Ellen Rosings knows that's true of cops. Detective Tony Aragon has even said it about himself, or something like it. Despite her misgivings, she is drawn to him, but can he reach past a cop's cynicism to trust her? As summer surrounds her Wisteria Tearoom in the beauty of a lush rose garden, death overshadows the tearoom a second time. Maria Garcia - a venerable member of the Santa Fe Rose Guild - breathes her last in the tearoom's front parlor, throwing Ellen into a morass of doubt and conjecture. Was it murder, or merely misfortune?
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.
A natural storyteller, Somé will captivate you with the tale of his extraordinary life. Born under the shadow of French colonial rule in West Africa and raised and trained by Jesuits, Somé tried to reconnect with his people, the Dagara. They viewed him with suspicion until he underwent a harrowing, month-long initiation. This first-person account of his spiritual reintegration reveals the timeless value of initiation and ritual and challenges the Western listener to reexamine the world of "facts" and "logic" in light of the magical, tribal world of the Dagara.
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!
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, Tiger Woods returned to golf yesterday. We talk about how long baseball games are. Apple announces new iPhone features. Anthony watches Law Abiding Citizen. We discuss TV shows. We talk to Bobo on the phone about coming back to the show. Comedian Patrice O'Neal joins the show. Patrice hates watching baseball. We talk about what sports are fun to watch. We listen to some clips of angry managers. We listen to Chris Rock on Letterman.
"Not Much Birbiglia (or Anything Else)"
War veteran Brent Harrington, a helicopter pilot who lost his sight when he was shot down in Afghanistan, is now back home in the US and struggling to come to terms with the fact that his sight may never return. Natalie Connors, a beautiful young woman fleeing an abusive relationship and looking for a fresh start, is hired by Brent’s best buddy, another war veteran, as a home health care aide to help Brent adapt to his newly darkened world. Thrown together by fate, they take the first tentative steps toward love.... But when Natalie’s vicious ex tracks her down, can the passion and tenderness she and Brent share protect her?
"Make the Winning Choice"
Stephen King takes a shot at us in his latest column. We discuss why regular radio stinks. We talk about Carol Miller. We talk more about Stephen King. We talk about the MTV Video Music Awards. Kanye West ruins Taylor Swift's acceptance speech. We discuss rap music. We talk about Jack Black and Lady Gaga. Madonna honors Michael Jackson. Comedian Patrice O'Neal joins the show. A show in Baltimore is trashing us and we listen to the audio.
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!"
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.
Today we talk about last night's Yankees game. We discuss awful sports crowd gimmicks. An MSNBC worker mistakes Jesse Jackson for someone else. We listen to the Steve Phillips 911 call. We listen to terrible morning radio songs about the Yankees and Phillies. Comedians Patrice O'Neal and Joe DeRosa join the show. We talk about Joe's recent weight loss. We talk about haunted houses and ghosts. Bobo comes in to audition for Joe DeRosa for his comedy gig tonight.
Patrick Swayze dies. We read terrible Patrick Swayze jokes that people are making online. We talk about Roadhouse. P. Diddy is in the building today. The Baltimore morning show from yesterday has a change of heart and we listen to the audio. Opie's wedding anniversary is coming up. Comedian Patrice O'Neal joins the show. A man is honored for his 50 years of service at McDonald's. We talk to the McDonald's worker on the phone. Comedian Bob Kelly joins the show.
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.
Today on O&A, Opie is out sick. Comedians Patrice O'Neal and Joe DeRosa fill in for Opie and Jim. Patrice talks about being a part time dad. We talk about internet porn. Joe DeRosa is excited over his HTC Evo and we debate Android and iPhone. Bob Kelly calls in to talk about phones. We discuss how cities all think they have the best food. We talk to Dustin the intern about his life. UFC fighter Forrest Griffin stops by to promote his new book.
Meet Sister Simone Campbell, who traversed the United States challenging a Republican budget that threatened to severely undermine the well-being of poor Americans; Sister Megan Rice, who is willing to spend the rest of her life in prison if it helps eliminate nuclear weapons; and the inimitable Sister Jeannine Gramick, who is fighting for acceptance of gays and lesbians in the Catholic Church.
"A Revolutionary Collection of Stories"