Lovedrug Performs

On this week's podcast, one of our longtime favorite bands, Lovedrug, stops by the studio to perform a couple of songs from their latest album, Wild Blood. Be sure to check out the videos of their performance below. Plus, the legendary duo of Jesse Carey and Adam Smith joins us IN STUDIO for the entire podcast! This might be the equivalent of a white-elephant gift to some of you, and to others, the greatest gift you've ever received. Whatever it is, it's almost 2 hours long and a whole lot of fun, so sit back and enjoy!

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Bonus Content

Featured Videos

Lovedrug Performs 'Wild Blood' at RELEVANT

Lovedrug Performs 'Girl' at RELEVANT


The Podcast Crew—Plus Adam!

Posing in a Deep V after recording the mega episode. You know, as a goof.

Branden Harvey's Rihanna Crisis Pic

Sure it looks like Rihanna, but Branden, Rihanna doesn't sit on the second row.

Thanks for Knitting Us Hats!

Jason & Alia Regier (they're Canadian) are our most generous listeners yet. The gauntlet has been thrown down, everybody else!

Episode Wiki

Notable Jokes & Runs

  • 19:38 The crew discusses the first emergence of the Ikea Monkey.
  • 1:34:26 Adam reviews Step Up Revolution.

Notable Guest Moments

  • This podcast marks the triumphant return of Adam Smith after a long period away.
  • 59:55 The crew welcomes listener Branden Harvey to talk about him and the "Rihanna Crisis."

Other Notable Moments

  • 52:52 The crew opens a package sent from Canadian fans.
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Question of the Week

What is the best celebrity pic that you've ever snuck with your phone?

The invention of the iPhone has brought us a lot of conveniences, but none more important than the ease of stalking celebrities and taking their photo. We've all had an experience where we've "pretended to be texting" while zooming in for the perfect stalker shot. So this week, we want to see your best smartphone-captured celebrity pics. And if you haven't been able to sneak a shot of a real celebrity, send us your best "kinda-looks-like" celebrity pic.


Pafka Myvalovek


Pafka Myvalovek commented…

I actually spotted Topanga in the grocery store a few months back. I was looking for something to cook for dinner and thought that fish would be nice, and as I approached the fish counter, there she was, right between the pollock and halibut. I was hesitant to approach at first, not believing my eyes that Topanga herself would be wandering my local Whole Foods, but I casually strolled by, feigning interest in the frozen shrimp to her left. Up close, her delicate, white skin and lack of fishy smell were enough to confirm that, yes, this was in fact the real Topanga, but my initial hesitation was quickly replaced by anxiety. What do I say? How do I approach her? Taking care to avoid a tragic misstep, I casually approached her, complimenting her slender physique and gorgeous, tight dress. She was coy at first, not speaking a word, but soon warmed up to me and agreed to accompany me for the remainder of my shopping trip. On our way out of the store, I nervously asked if she would like to join me at my home for dinner, and, much to my surprise, she agreed. Once home, I set the table, lit a few candles, and we enjoyed a romantic evening where I cooked and devoured her delicious, tender flesh. No pics, sorry.

Cameron Strang


Cameron Strang replied to Pafka Myvalovek's comment

Well played Pafka, well played. :)

Bryan Turner


Bryan Turner replied to Cameron Strang's comment

Totally weirded out the first time I read this. But yes, well played.

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