Today we talk about the Ichiban. We talk about Twilight's opening weekend. Ron has a celebrity sighting. We talk about how Facebook has destroyed peoples' lives. Ron and Fez discuss a list of the unfunniest comic from Newsweek. We play a new sleeves/perrynoid song. We announce a twitter winner. Dave talks about taking his kid to a Yo Gabba Gabba show. We play the spandyman song. Fez talks about his thanksgiving.
Today we talk about the Ichiban. Hard Rock Johnny calls in. We talk about the Cheech & Chong Unmasked. Ron and Fez talk about saying awkward hellos. Fez brings up Rex Grossman's dad slamming the Bears. We talk about David Bowie being on Extras. Dave talks about what he would do to have a threesome with his wife. Fez confesses something to the show. We talk about Curb Your Enthusiasm. Fez talks about his fear of death.
Today on Ron & Fez, we are joined by legendary comedian Shecky Greene to discuss why he left the Friar's Club. We give some random prizes away before welcoming Jon Favreau to talk about his new film Chef. Shelby fucks up a guest scheduling and we welcome musician Bob Weir in studio to talk about his new documentary. Comedian Susie Essman joins us in studio next and we discuss Donald Trump, bullying, and fighting.
Today on Ron & Fez, the band The Gold Magnolias stops by and plays live for us in the fish bowl to promote their new self-titled album. Musician and song writer Donald Fagen comes in to promote his new album Sunken Condos. We ask what little luxury or habit would you refuse to give up no matter how bad the economy gets. We talk about the habit of spitting and why people do it.
We open the show talking about the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game, and how Josh Hamilton was the story of the night. Then we discuss who could be Lilly's partner on her own radio show. Dave's brother e-mailed him with the diagnosis that Fez is actually androgynous and not asexual. The conversation turns to which woman would you choose: a hot one who is bad in bed or a plain looking woman who is amazing in bed.
Today on Ron & Fez, the guys open the show talking to comedians Dave Smith and Mike Recine about their participation in the NY funniest competition. We discuss Fez's Twitter haters as well as the Artie Lange Twitter controversy before discussing Rose McGowen's comments about gay people. We welcome comedian Nate Bargatze in studio with Jeffrey Gurian before and talk about the NY comedy festival and air travel.
We open today's show talking about the death of LCD Soundsystem's drummer. We discuss the NFL weekend that was. We talk about upcoming execution of the DC sniper. We discuss Steven Tyler's apparent departure from Aerosmith. We debate whether or not re-gifting is ever appropriate. We talk about Oprah possibly leaving network TV to start her own cable channel. We talk about A Christmas Carol opening weekend.
Today we talk about John Hughes' death. We discuss what our favorite characters were from his films. We talk about Rupert Murdoch saying he's going to start charging for internet news. Fez says he can tell what time it is at any time without a watch. We talk about the Yankees/Red Sox games last night. We talk about sports legends who couldn't walk away from the game. Ron and Fez discuss the Letterman/Conan ratings. We play a round of Raise Your Fist to the Metal Child.
After finding out that Oscar winning actor and comedy legend Robin Williams had died earlier today, Ron Bennington and Fez Whatley of SiriusXM’s The Ron & Fez Show went live on SiriusXM channel 99 to pay tribute to a long and exceptional career. Ron and Fez play clips and take calls from comedians and club owners who knew and loved Robin Williams, or were inspired by his work.
Today on Ron & Fez, it's the annual Thanksgiving Special. New material plus interviews with Arlo Guthrie, Robbie Robertson of the Band and an Unmasked with Jane Lynch.
We talk about the Ichiban, the number-one story of the day. We talk about the D.C. Sniper getting executed. Ron and Fez discuss the death penalty in the United States. Producer Pepper Hicks blocks a guest from coming on the show. Fez wonders why you would order for the other person when on a date. We play audio from Opie & Anthony accusing Fez of wiping his boogers under the console. We get some Twitter gossip. Ron and Fez discuss the sex and violence in movies out right now.
We open today's show looking for the Ichiban. We attempt to predict where Lou Dobbs will land his next TV gig. We slip into Ronnie B Sports Talk. We debate whether being a cutter is really that big of a deal. We ask if anyone on the show has ever debated suicide. We discuss the effectiveness of Purell vs. hand washing. Paul O joins us on the phone to chat and review some movies. We talk about the idea of a no-foul-out rule in the NBA. We discuss Bobby Bowden's recent struggles at Florida State.
We start the show today with the Secret Phrase Twitter Contest, which prevents Ron or Fez from saying any of the phrases listed on 202Friends Twitter. We discuss the 10-year-old boy who's refusing to stand for the pledge of allegiance in protest of a lack of gay rights. We talk about the death of a contestant on ABC's Wipeout. We discuss the opening game of Thursday Night Football. We announce the ticket giveaway for the upcoming Cheech and Chong Unmasked.
Today we talk about the World Series and the Yankees winning. Dave turns on the Phillies. Earl calls in. The Blowhard calls in. We talk about Rihanna and Chris Brown. Fez has to leave the show due to chest pains. We talk about movie you like to watch drunk. Ron and Dave talk about Weezer's gimmick for their new album. Fez calls in. HTG stops by. We talk about Kris Kristofferson. Ron interviews Kris Kristofferson about his new album.
We start today's show talking to Fez about his heart scare and find out that he is fine. We talk to him about having to get another angiogram and how he is feeling. We discuss the Ft. Hood shooting. We watch and comment on the Yankees parade. We talk about The Office coming under fire for a recent suicide gag on the show. We talk about Tom Hanks' new 4-D war movie. We get Earl on the phone live from the Yankee parade. We talk about the British Invasion and debate which band was the greatest.
We open the show talking about election results from around the country. We talk about the World Series. We discuss the premiere of V on ABC. We talk about Gay Marriage being repealed in Maine. We discuss if being sentenced to an embarrassing punishment is worse than serving time. We talk about Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin being selected to host the Academy Awards.
Today we talk about the World Series. We talk about the Michael Jackson film This Is It .Ron has a problem with Anthony from Opie & Anthony. We talk about Bruce Springsteen. Ron and Fez talk about Kate Hudson and A-Rod. We answer some listener emails. We discuss moments in your life when someone you know really surprises you. We answer a moral conundrum. Ron talks about actors who whisper. Fez talks about his sundowner's disease.
We talk about the Phillies Game 5 win in the World Series. We talk about the Saints win on Monday Night Football. We take a look at Tom Cable and domestic abuse. We discuss Ryan Seacrest's stalker. We talk about a waiter being fired for telling Kevin Spacey not to smoke in a non-smoking restaurant. We talk about going out for drinks Monday night and Fez's new favorite drink - the mint julep. We remind Fez that his heart attack anniversary is quickly approaching.
Today we talk about why Twitter has gotten so big. We talk about the World Series and whether or not Anthony is a Yankees fan. We talk about Hall & Oates attempt to get into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We talk about the Peanuts Halloween Special. We talk about Andre Agassi's new book. We talk about the most dangerous animal. We talk about David Letterman's affair. We talk about Special Delivery becoming a permanent show on the Saturday Night Virus.
We start out discussing the Phillies Game 2 loss in the World Series. Earl joins us once again. We talk about Brett Favre's place in the NFL. We have a truckers vs. lawyers rivalry. Carly Simon joins us live in the studio to discuss her new album, Never Been Gone. We talk about the woman who cannot walk forward following a flu shot. We talk about songs that bring you to tears. We finish up with Rickie Lee Jones joining us for for an extended interview about her new album.