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FauxCyclops
Feb 25, 2007

I'm the man who killed Hostess. Now, say my name.


I want to bring a bunch of these in a playlist on an upcoming road trip which should take us through a couple days' worth of driving through open desert and countryside. Should I just take a bunch of random ones, or is there like a "best of" I should specifically pick out and burn?

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Bolek
May 1, 2003



Nemo posted:

It's always great when they get a particularly dumb caller.

This is from one of my absolute favorite Loveline calls, when a girl called in to talk about getter her clit hood pierced:

Caller: "I just got my clit pierced. They call it the trunk.
Adam: "What, they call it the 'trunk'?"
Caller: "Well, where I'm from they do."
Drew: "Do you mean the hood?"
Caller: "No, I'm from Virginia Beach."

I wish I could remember which episode it was in.

The sheer beauty of that exchange is that the caller will never ever know why that was so funny.

There was similar call of retarded genius where Adam asks a caller what she does and she replies "I work at a factory" Adam then asks what she makes to which she replies instantly "12 dollars an hour"

The Duke posted:

Oh thank gently caress the archive is back, I had to listen to some episodes multiple times because my stockpile ran out

Time to download about 100 episodes in case this ever happens again!

As for good episodes:

-Any episode with Steve-O and Chris Pontius (or any of the Jackass crew because they are always hilarious and incredibly frank, one episode Steve-O actually gets propositioned by a caller and takes her up on the offer)
-Tom Arnold (really interesting, also one of the funniest calls of all time, the holocaust call.)
-Robert Downey Jr. (in one of the episodes his ex-wife calls, also he's really drat funny)
-Dave Attell (just hilarious in general)
-Seth Green (also hilarious)
-Ron Jeremy (for funny Adam rants about pornography and for all the interesting stuff Ron talks about)
This is when I was cemented in my belief that he just plays himself whenever he acts.


Could someone host the Brad Sherwood episode from 2000-08-15 when Adam goes into the hilarious Tommy Vu impression? That show really does need to be shared and I dont think people will get the whole 6 gig torrent just for it(although it is worth it)

Edit brad not brian

Bolek fucked around with this message at Aug 29, 2007 around 05:04

drummer101
Feb 16, 2007


Page two and nobody has mentioned how big of a enjoyable human being Stryker is!?

I'll start seeding my loveline torrent again when I get home tonight.

Azzmo
Jul 2, 2007
STUPID MINORITIES ALWAYS MAKING ME FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE TO BE A WHITE MALE

drummer101 posted:

Page two and nobody has mentioned how big of a enjoyable human being Stryker is!?


Isn't that kinda like page two of any given thread that nobody has mentioned how painful being stabbed must be? Some things go without saying.

ph4lcon
Apr 23, 2006

The only reason to watch...

drummer101 posted:

Page two and nobody has mentioned how big of a enjoyable human being Stryker is!?

I'll start seeding my loveline torrent again when I get home tonight.

This is the Adam Carolla Appreciation Station partner

vkeios
May 7, 2007



Seeing as it hasn't been mentioned in this thread yet, we can't forget the delightful Loveline flashes.

Jubs
Jul 10, 2006

Boy, I think it's about time I tell you the difference between a man and a woman. A woman isn't a woman unless she's pretty. And a man isn't a man unless he's ugly.


vkeios posted:

Seeing as it hasn't been mentioned in this thread yet, we can't forget the delightful Loveline flashes.

Updated the first post.

CONE OPENS!

denizen
Aug 12, 2003
i am the only denizen

Oh man. I'm listening to 12-10-2001 with Robert Downey Junior off the previous recommendation. They are gambling on what type of abuse this chick has suffered based off her current situation and Drew has just spotted Robert a dollar because Adam wouldn't let them go to the car and get money. Funniest poo poo ever.

NeoHentaiMaster
Jul 13, 2004
More well adjusted then you'd think.

exponentory posted:

watch for break lights!

MATTRESS IN LANES!!

Savington
Apr 9, 2007
I'm not Stinkmeister, this title is here so waar can tell the difference between Stinkmeister and myself in mafia games.


NeoHentaiMaster posted:

MATTRESS IN LANES!!

Thousand Oaks, 68 degrees. Burbank, 68 degrees. Van Nuys, 68 degrees. Santa Monica, 68 degrees. Inglewood, 68 degrees. Torrance, 68 degrees. Long Beach, 68 degrees. Westwood, 68 degrees. Pomona, 68 degrees. Anaheim, 68 degrees. Ontario, 68 degrees. Santa Ana, 68 degrees. Hawthorne, 68 degrees. Downey, 68 degrees. Norwalk, 68 degrees. Lakewood, 68 degrees. Yorba Linda, 68 degrees. Whittier, 68 degrees. Glendora, 68 degrees. Chino, 68 degrees. Riverside, 68 degrees. Fontana, 68 degrees. San Bernadino, 68 degrees. Redlands, 68 degrees. Grand Terrace, 68 degrees. Beaumont, 68 degrees. Perris, 68 degrees. Newport Beach, 68 degrees. Irvine, 68 degrees. Mission Viejo, 68 degrees. Laguna Beach, 68 degrees. Malibu, 68 degrees. Hollywood, 68 degrees.

The Duke
May 18, 2004

The Angel from my Nightmare



SLOW AND GO ON THE 405, ZIPPER SCOOTER HAS COLLIDED WITH NUCLEAR ARMAMENT TRUCK

Arf
May 29, 2001

by Ozma


I'M THIS CLOSE TO DROPPIN TROU

Azzmo
Jul 2, 2007
STUPID MINORITIES ALWAYS MAKING ME FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE TO BE A WHITE MALE

Oh the Michael Narren you GENIUS!

The Romeo and Drewliet flash is...funny.

Azzmo fucked around with this message at Aug 29, 2007 around 09:22

Rushmore
Jun 3, 2005

My name's Rushmore, and I'm the Biggest Idiot Ever!


Arf posted:

I'M THIS CLOSE TO DROPPIN TROU

don't do it.. Don't do it...


(I think Drew really makes that bit)

Also, listening to some of the Drew only episodes with guests really shows his comedic timing, he seems to have picked up some from adam.

Also, 6gb torrent of extra episodes

http://www.alluvion.org/download.ph...2a6d240bac136f5

FauxCyclops
Feb 25, 2007

I'm the man who killed Hostess. Now, say my name.


Thank you guys so much for introducing me to this show, I'm hooked

I can see how this could be exponentially less interesting without Adam, though.

Grifter
Jul 24, 2003

I do this technique called a suplex. You probably haven't heard of it, it's pretty obscure.

FauxCyclops posted:

I want to bring a bunch of these in a playlist on an upcoming road trip which should take us through a couple days' worth of driving through open desert and countryside. Should I just take a bunch of random ones, or is there like a "best of" I should specifically pick out and burn?
Asking someone to pick their favorite Loveline episode is like asking someone to pick a favorite from their children. We love them all, in their own separate ways. Some are a bit better than others, but they're all worth listening to. Just start at the beginning and work your way along. The only ones that should be avoided (and even then, only if you have low storage capacity) are the Stryker ones, or the ones where either Adam or Drew are on their own. People talk a lot about how Drew by himself isn't that great, but Adam definitely loses something when he's on his own too. They had chemistry.

Azzmo posted:

Oh the Michael Narren you GENIUS!

The Romeo and Drewliet flash is...funny.
Oh my god. I don't even need DAG, I almost prolapsed my own anus from laughing so hard.

gimpfarfar
Jan 25, 2006

It's time to play Spot the Looney!

I'm glad the archives are back up, working my way through 2002 at the moment.
I've pretty much phased out listening to music at work by now, it's Loveline all the way.

RandyF
Oct 27, 2000

K100 W900 T800 C500
TRUCKS TRUCKS TRUCKS!!!

I was listening to an episode yesterday where Adam was going on and on about Drew's career as a fudge packer. Everything about it was so dead-pan serious that I could not keep myself from cracking up.

Something about him getting good at reaching around to grab the nuts while he was packing fudge... my god it was insanely funny.

I have it on my shuffle, and my dock is not here right now so I can't find what episode it was... if anyone else can post the two clips from that episode, people need to hear that.

Star
Jul 15, 2005

Guerilla war struggle is a new entertainment.


82 gb uploaded on the torrent and I just keep on givin'.
I always listen to Loveline while waiting on the bus, the problem is that I sometimes burst into laughter and people look really weird at me but it's so worth it. I love Adam's rants.
The episode where Adam's flatulence forces Dr.Drew to sit outside cracked me up.

B B
Dec 1, 2005



Okay, I just made it through my third full show, and I'm hooked. I can see myself listening to a couple episodes a day on my iPod. I love it.

gauss
Feb 9, 2001



If anyone still needs convincing to start downloading old Loveline shows, this should do it: a recording of the infamous "Holocaust" call.


http://youtube.com/watch?v=HsnaNu7sJiQ

Herein a phonesex operator calls in, asking for tips on how to not get her customers to finish so fast. Adam thinks she needs to subliminally work disturbing subject matter in, such as Vietnam or the Holocaust. Hilarity ensues.

No video, but youtube is the easiest way for the kids these days to upload stuff.

DrPlump
Oct 5, 2004


Been listening to the random loveline stream since last thread. Glad i can finally fast forward commercials. It is kind of funny hearing about poo poo going on in cali 7 years ago.

vkeios
May 7, 2007



gauss posted:

If anyone still needs convincing to start downloading old Loveline shows, this should do it: a recording of the infamous "Holocaust" call.
That entire Tom Arnold episode is pure gold, after listening to Tom Arnold talk about harrassing a guy who molested him, and you're waiting for the last break and Adam to say mahalo; they take that call.

She may not have known what the holocaust or subliminally means, but at least she could make a guy cum in under 7 minutes by voice alone.

vkeios fucked around with this message at Aug 29, 2007 around 16:33

Ernst
Aug 21, 2007


gauss posted:

get some DAG in there! He can be annoying, but some priceless episodes with him on there.

And yes, not only was it a great comic pairing overall, but plenty of Dr. Drew's expertise rubbed off on Adam. They could both recognize an abuse victim in no time flat by the end of Adam's run.
I can thank this show for so much good advice and perspective on matters sexual and relational.

I know everyone else in this thread knows to watch out for "baby voice," too.

Also:
"So where's dad?"
"Huh?"
"Where is your dad."
"Uhmm.... like..."
"Your father, where is he."
"Oh, he hasn't lived with us since I was eight, Mom's new boyfriend lives with us now."


Yes! That was amazing. And I loved the game they played in which they'd try to guess the caller's past based on their present. It was shocking how accurate they usually were. And when somebody made a really good guess, the other one would reward him. One of my favorite exchanges:

Drew: Did you take tapdancing classes when you were 3?
Caller: Yes.
Adam: That's it, I'm giving Drew a dollar.

Mr. Raccoon
Jul 26, 2007


I was listening to the Violent J episode again last night and most of the time he's kind of annoying. But when he hits the right note it is keel-over-and-clutch-your-chest hilarious.

"You can stroke the balls, lick the balls, carress the balls, suck the balls. JUST DON'T PUNCH THE BALLS."

Shawnotron
Mar 7, 2007


I have been listening for 10 years. I love this show! I have to say Striker is growing on me. I hated him at first, mostly because Adam can't be replaced, but he seems to be getting better in the more recent episodes and he is kinda growing on me. I would however love to see Adam back on the show.

"Oohh, just thinking about the holocaust right now..."

"Do me a favor, go find your dad and kick him in the nuts for me, because somehow he has failed you." - Adam

Jubs
Jul 10, 2006

Boy, I think it's about time I tell you the difference between a man and a woman. A woman isn't a woman unless she's pretty. And a man isn't a man unless he's ugly.


All of 2003 has just been uploaded to the site.

Edit: More must listen to shows!


http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...omic%20Dog).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...y%20Savage).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...h%20Garman).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...Bill%20Nye).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...n%20Jeremy).mp3

Jubs fucked around with this message at Aug 29, 2007 around 18:41

The Duke
May 18, 2004

The Angel from my Nightmare



I was mixed up about the episode with Robert Downey Jr.'s ex-wife, she's actually the guest and he calls in at some point during the episode. The date is June 2, 2003, Guest Deborah Falconer. Hilarious episode.

Bolek
May 1, 2003




Yea, the Bill Nye one is really good.

The Duke
May 18, 2004

The Angel from my Nightmare



I'm not really a fan of the Bill Nye episode, I remember he does these annoying voices constantly and it kind of pissed me off since he wouldn't quit. I did like them talking about Beakman's World though.

Bolek
May 1, 2003



The Duke posted:

I'm not really a fan of the Bill Nye episode, I remember he does these annoying voices constantly and it kind of pissed me off since he wouldn't quit. I did like them talking about Beakman's World though.

I remember him doing an old man voice for about 5 seconds maybe twice. I don't know what you're thinking of.

Radio on the TV
Jul 9, 2001

Who will save our village?

TylerDurden posted:


Could someone host the Brad Sherwood episode from 2000-08-15 when Adam goes into the hilarious Tommy Vu impression? That show really does need to be shared and I dont think people will get the whole 6 gig torrent just for it(although it is worth it)

Edit brad not brian

Here is just the Tom Vu clip: http://vudyo.com/view_video.php?vie...06d605e9161946b

While loveline sucks rear end now, I am sort of glad Adam left because it actually gives me a chance to catch up on all the great ones.

Sevron
Jul 4, 2007

Nobody of consequence

Come on people with the seed, torrent! Love you long time?

Grifter
Jul 24, 2003

I do this technique called a suplex. You probably haven't heard of it, it's pretty obscure.

The Duke posted:

I'm not really a fan of the Bill Nye episode, I remember he does these annoying voices constantly and it kind of pissed me off since he wouldn't quit. I did like them talking about Beakman's World though.
I liked the Nye episode. It's true that he's one of those guests who doesn't really get the show, but he still works out okay. Bill is just too nice to really get into the rhythm of Loveline, but it was worth it to hear him interact with Drew. They're obviously both smart guys with a lot of intellectual curiosity. There were a couple points where Drew would be explaining something medical to a caller and Bill would stop him and ask for clarification on some terms - it was cool to hear a guy like that who would readily admit he didn't know everything but was always interested in learning more.

Bolek
May 1, 2003



Grifter posted:

I liked the Nye episode. It's true that he's one of those guests who doesn't really get the show, but he still works out okay. Bill is just too nice to really get into the rhythm of Loveline, but it was worth it to hear him interact with Drew. They're obviously both smart guys with a lot of intellectual curiosity. There were a couple points where Drew would be explaining something medical to a caller and Bill would stop him and ask for clarification on some terms - it was cool to hear a guy like that who would readily admit he didn't know everything but was always interested in learning more.

He was way more responsive than 80 percent of all the guests. He laughed at Adam's jokes, talked with Drew and was generally into it.

That Patton Oswalt show was fantastic by the way, I think he is the only comedian besides Chris Titus that could keep up with Adam and was really funny.

The Duke
May 18, 2004

The Angel from my Nightmare



The Patton Oswalt & Brian Posehn episode is one of the most consistently funny episodes I've heard so far, even if the discussion about who they could gently caress at what point in their careers lasts a bit too long. Also, Brian doesn't add much but is pretty funny when he actually says something. Patton is 100% gold though.

Worst episode I've heard: Wes Scantlin from Puddle of Mudd. He rarely says anything and when he does it's something insanely idiotic, Avoid at all costs. If anyone has any other episodes where the guest is terrible please feel free to start listing them.

More good episodes:

-Chris Titus
-Jake Busey
-Jamie Pressley
-John Cho & Kal Penn
-Jason Bateman & Will Arnet ("In order to reach these kids, Hack will have to become...a rapist!")

The Duke fucked around with this message at Aug 30, 2007 around 00:56

Grifter
Jul 24, 2003

I do this technique called a suplex. You probably haven't heard of it, it's pretty obscure.

The Duke posted:

Worst episode I've heard: Wes Scantlin from Puddle of Mudd. He rarely says anything and when he does it's something insanely idiotic, Avoid at all costs. If anyone has any other episodes where the guest is terrible please feel free to start listing them.
I said this in the last thread (and some people disagreed) but Jay Mohr was terrible. I didn't enjoy Gary Busey and Adam De La Pena either, mostly because Busey obviously hates Adam Carolla and the show just didn't go well.

caffeinefree
Aug 5, 2003

2010: Year of M&M


Jay Mohr bombed so spectacularly that its worth listening to. He just kept going until he realized that he bombed and just spent the rest of the episode mocking himself with Anderson dropping in canned laughs and applause.

I forget the guy's name, but the lead singer from Smash Mouth was a great guest. He talked pretty openly about pretty personal issues (death of his child, tucking his penis between his legs and dancing around the house - very personal). Anderson tore into him by dropping in "And I saw her face now I'm a believer!" song that he covered. Pretty much any episode where Anderson tears into a guest is good comedy.

The drill instructors Leo & Tony (2001-05-10) were awesome (YOU GOT ANOTHER QUESTION WEIRDO HURRY UP PUSH PUSH PUSH YOU NASTY THING) and Violent Jay because most of the drops are from his one appearance.

Bolek
May 1, 2003



Grifter posted:

I said this in the last thread (and some people disagreed) but Jay Mohr was terrible. I didn't enjoy Gary Busey and Adam De La Pena either, mostly because Busey obviously hates Adam Carolla and the show just didn't go well.

Busey doesn't hate Carolla. He is just is just a very insane man. I did hate that episode though, he is unbearable.

Edit: Avoid the episode with the Black Eyed Peas. I wanted to reach into the loving radio and strangle that stupid stinkyhole Fergie.

Bolek fucked around with this message at Aug 30, 2007 around 02:41

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Jubs
Jul 10, 2006

Boy, I think it's about time I tell you the difference between a man and a woman. A woman isn't a woman unless she's pretty. And a man isn't a man unless he's ugly.


2004 is now up!

Here are some more awesome episodes:

http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...e%20Wilson).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...ll%20Sasso).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...n%20Posehn).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...l%20Ladies).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...20Borstein).mp3
http://shows.lovelinearchive.com/Lo...Tina%20Fey).mp3

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