Harris “Small Mouth” Wittels helps bring in the Summah on today’s Who Charted! He shows off his drumming skills, Howard comes up with an ad campaign for Fruit Roll-ups, and everyone shares their favorite summah song while counting down Billboard’s Top Songs of Summah. We then get an update on the future of Analyze Phish, enter Howard’s craft corner, and get into some Q&A!
After making themselves familiar with this new planet and having some time to prep for the unknown force the Collectors have sent their way arrives, our heroes decide to test out their new gear. Things will get interesting and this time everyone makes sure that Brian doesn’t drift off.
Black Lips’ Jared Swilley joins Har Mar for a Memorial Day weekend chat on today’s Nocturnal Emotions! Jared & Har Mar talk about amazing baseball players, the most depressing songs to sing at karaoke, turtle stew, and the time Jared got arrested on a plane in Australia. Then they create a Broadway play based on The Trail of Tears, a sitcom entitled “Groomies,” and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.”
A caller believes that we've been bagging on the South for being racist. Andrew Ti & Sean O'Connor give their reasons for doing so and Sean tells us about his recent fight with Nascar fans. Be sure to keep leaving us messages at (323) 389-RACE.
Standing ovations were made and tears were shed as Paul, June, Jason, and Adam Scott strapped themselves in for another Fast & Furious adventure complete with fast cars, amnesia, and family. They discuss why the incredible feats these drag racers accomplish must make them superheroes, Tyrese & Ludacris absolutely killing it as the comic-relief, Han’s long emotional journey, the larger than life body of The Rock, and the jaw-dropping post-credits scene that made Adam Scott declare that director Justin Lin must be a fan of How Did This Get Made. Plus, everyone names their favorite character and explain why. Be sure to grab your tickets for LIVE tapings of How Did This Get Made? on Saturday, June 15th at Largo in Los Angeles and Thursday, June 27th at SubCulture in New York!