Adam begins with a couple of complaints about the lack of internet at his house, and the cable guy who takes forever to show up. He also discusses his ranking on the iTunes charts, his maid’s forgetful habits, and why he can’t feed his dog cashews.
Teresa is still out until tomorrow, so Bald Bryan is stepping in for the news. Barack Obama will be on The View Adam complains about how shitty the show is. Bald Bryan also talks about a woman suing American Airlines for not refunding her baggage check after losing her luggage, and they briefly discuss Veterans’ access to medical marijuana prescriptions.
Prior to recording, the cable guy came by the studio and bumped into Bald Bryan’s truck (Bald Bryan says, ‘Not the worse thing that happened to me this year.’) Larry Miller sits on the couch to add more breaking news to the story. From there, the guys jump into Hypothetical Road Trips and talk about driving with unfortunate people like Adult Male Harry Potter Fans, and Wannabe Competitive Eaters.
Mary Lynn Rajskub Spreads Her Legs is the new one-woman show, performing weekends in Hollywood. The actress steps in to talk about the differences in performing a show as opposed to standup, and Adam discusses the benefits of improv and being too lazy to memorize lines. Mary Lynn also talks about becoming a mom, raising a family, and living with her personal trainer husband. Adam talks about his exercise habits, and says that everyone he knew in high school is pretty much in the same shape now as they were then.
Adam complains about Seal and Heidi Klum being too much in love, and takes a couple of listener phone calls. The first asks Adam his thoughts on the racism in Tyler Perry films, and this leads Adam into a long rant comparing Perry’s career with Tony Villaragosa. Adam also talks about Kirk Cameron, who made the highest grossing independent movie of 2008 with a deeply religious film. The second caller asks for Adam’s views on the electric car, and Adam thinks it’s a great idea, criticizing American society for their lack of imagination.
In the last section of the news, Bald Bryan brings up the salary scandal of Robert Rizzo in the City of Bell. He resigned after word got out over his inflated paycheck, but as a result, he’s now receiving the highest resignation payout in the state. Adam says, “what a shocker we’re bankrupt.” The last news story deals with the death of 19 people during a stampede at The Love Parade in West Germany. Adam complains about electronic music, and before they sign off, both Adam and Mary Lynn rap over repetitive beats.
Be sure check out ‘Mary Lynn Rajskub Spreads Her Legs,’ performing every Friday and Saturday night at The Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood. You can also follow her on Twitter @rajskub
And don’t forget to hear more from Larry at www.larrymillerhumor.com
Executive Producer: Donny Misraje
Producer: Angie Fitzsimmons
Audio: Mike Dawson
Writer: Mike Lynch
Production Engineer: Logan Moy
Search: Chris Laxamana
Build and Edit: Katie Levine
Phones: Brian Myer
Show Summary: Matt Fondiler