Jim can't sleep. A teen is decapitated at Six Flags. The rides at Coney Island are dangerous. We talk more about roller coasters. A model kills herself in New York. We listen to clips from Quincy. A man gets hit by a car while exiting a manhole. We listen to voicemails from a man named Dimitri. Sam goes to the Gay Pride parade and interviews some people. We talk about Pixar and animated movies. We listen to more Gay Pride Parade audio.
We talk about the radio business. Debbie Rowe settles her custody dispute for Michael Jackson's kids. We talk about Blanket. We watch a mayor throw a terrible ceremonial first pitch. The home run derby was last night. We watch Fred on YouTube. Anthony's computer dies. We talk about the show Life After People. Ozzy is in the news. We talk more about Life After People and wonder what would be the last surviving relic of people.
It's the anniversary of Apollo 11. The video of Michael Jackson's hair catching on fire is finally released. Paul McCartney plays at the Ed Sullivan Theater. We talk more about lonely Anthony. The British Open begins today. We have brand new audio from Mayor Menino. Author Ian Halperin stops by to talk about his new Michael Jackson book. We discuss our interview with Ian Halperin. Intern Pierce creates a bit that we may have heard before. It's intern Matt's birthday.
Today on O&A, we start today’s show talking about the end of the world, the Olympics escort and Jim’s mic breaks. We continue with Steve Wosniak’s “chip” clip, Tebow leaving the Jets and a strange wheel of fortune loser. Penn Jillette joins us in studio and we discuss The Celebrity Apprentice, Newtown and Call of Duty. We continue with Penn Jillette and we discuss his travels across the world and his take on great magic.
Anthony goes to a Fox Business function on Wall Street. The CW11 is playing an awful commercial about Shea Stadium. Louis C. K. joins us in studio. Louis talks about getting separated from his wife. A little girl has a massive bathroom accident. We want to settle our feud with Mayor Menino. We listen to the trailer for the new Eddie Murphy movie. A gang of teens goes on a Grand Theft Auto-inspired crime spree. Opie's brother is recovering from surgery. And the Supreme Court rules on gun ownership.
Today on O& A, it's snowing in New York City. Everyone but Steve makes it to work. We make fun of Steve. Boner from Growing Pains dies. We discuss the Olympics. We debut our version of We Are The World. We listen to Boner's parents on Larry King. Actor Jay Mohr calls in. Kevin Smith calls in. And wrestler Mick Foley stops by.
We start the show talking about what's been going on with the Michael Jackson memorial, and what Rev. Al has to say. Little people are upset about the word midget being used and Nathan's Hot Dog contest went down over the weekend. We talk about Palin resigning, Michael Jackson being cremated or buried without his brain, Airport security, and the joys of ball scratching. We look at some retro pornography and play clips of Michael Jackson from 1996 saying he's proud of being black and doesn't touch kids.
We spend most of the show today talking about the Michael Jackson memorial service. We play clips of various performances and of fans who attended the event. We play audio of the speech Reverend Al gave. Otto and George stop by, and we talk about Brooke Shields and celebrity deaths that affected us. We play Nat King Cole's version of "Smile" to compare it with Jermaine Jackson's version.
We start the show today talking about our successful google bombs. We play audio from Al Sharpton's appearance on The O'Reilly Factor and point out Sharpton's lies. We talk about the songs they play in the bathroom, which leads to a discussion on snot rockets. We talk about the new details of the Steve McNair story. Then, we play some of the best songs with clapping and Ant talks about his new suped up car.
We start out the show with Ant coming in a little late. We talk about Dane Cook getting ripped off. We bring up the latest Michael Jackson stuff, including Peter King, Rev. Al, and other such things. Jim hints at the new movie he's in and we talk about sports video games and the new Tiger Woods game. We bring up Joyce Dewitt's DWI and talk to Chuck Love, the little person, about the use of the word midget. Sam comes in with audio from the Little People's convention.
We start the show by talking about Michael Jackson and the people lined up outside the Apollo for him. We play some audio of Larry King sounding foolish. Then we talk about Reverend Al and whether or not black people can claim Michael Jackson. We play some audio from America's Got Talent of a chicken catcher that can sing.
A plane crashes into the Indian Ocean and a toddler survives. Bernie Madoff is sentenced to 150 years in jail. We talk about the latest in the Michael Jackson case. We talk about Michael Jackson videos. We talk more about Bernie Madoff. We talk about Howard taking a two-week vacation. We listen to the 911 call from Billy Mays' death. Callers tell us some of their death and CPR stories. A man calls 911 because his McDonalds order is wrong.
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.
The guys are off today for Martin Luther King Day, giving you guys a chance to catch up on some classic bits from their past: We have a a discussion about finding porn when you were a kid. We talk about stupid things we would do when we were kids. Tom Sizemore gets busted for faking a drug test. Ed Asner visits the guys at the World Poker Tournament. Listeners send in their Ramone promos. Ashley Simpson gets caught lip synching and gets booed by a stadium full of people. Henry Rollins calls in.
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 talking about Opie’s time at the new Harry Potter movie last night with Roland and Sexbagel. Asian groups are protesting a screening of Breakfast at Tiffany’s because of the use of stereotypes in it. We look at cartoons and other movies that have Asian stereotypes. Patrice O’Neal comes by and we talk about movies and actors who people say are good or bad, but aren’t. We talk about all the failures to come out of celebrity rehab.
On today's show we talk about celebrities that are in bands, the press we've been getting due to the SiriusXM iPhone App, Time Square turning back in to crazy land, and Opie being dehydrated possibly due to chewing old gum off his shoe. We talk about Pam Anderson not aging gracefully, Paris Jackson's speech at Michael's eulogy being planned, Joe Jackson wanting custody of the kids, and Blanket Jackson being afraid of the light.
We start the show talking about the death of Karl Malden and new Michael Jackson news. We talk about the quality of the shows the day before a vacation. We go over Ant's sleeping patterns. We talk about Opie and Anthony's financial "ghoul". We rate the top candies of all time. And we play some awful best-man speeches. Ant brings in some audio from his web show - his listeners attacked another show.
Anthony and Jim are out today. We talk about the latest in the Michael Jackson story. Billy Mays died over the weekend. We talk about Tippy Tom. Comedian Joe DeRosa joins the show. We talk about more Tippy Tom videos. We talk about the new Michael Jackson developments. Janet Jackson and Joe Jackson showed up to the BET Awards, and we listen to the audio. We listen to a song about Michael Jackson. We talk about E-Rock's hero list.
Jim is back from Los Angeles. We listen to clips from our first show in NYC, 10 years ago. We announce some comedians for the Virus Tour. To Catch a Predator is taken off the air. Jim argues with a listener over pedophiles. We listen to Motley Crue on Fox News. And we talk more about entrapment.