The guys pick up where they left off yesterday, regarding Drew’s trip to the Bunny Ranch in Reno on Saturday, and his evening with the lovely Piper Rae. Don also reads the puff-piece about Walt Gray in the Sacramento Bee, and tells us why Walt’s program director is an idiot. We then get a call from Piper, and she tells us about her experience with Drew, and what she thought of him. After Piper, Don tells us about a new Seinfeld Twitter page, and the guys get into a conversation about restaurant etiquette, and Craig, who used to be a restaurant cook, tells us all about the stuff cooks will do to your food if you’re a rude customer.
After hearing a new god awful “performance art” piece by Yoko Ono, we hear a clip of Katt Williams smacking a fan with a microphone, and the guys begin another discussion on the Australian DJ’s who pulled the Queen phone call prank. Apparently they’ve been fired, and the guys talk about how unfair it is to blame them for the nurse who killed herself. This gets Don talking about his own S-bomb experience during the Don and Mike days, in which he dropped the bomb 3 times on the air, and it didn’t get dumped out, resulting in a 2 week suspension for the show.
We then get a visit from comedian Richard Lewis. Richard, who is performing at Cobb’s Comedy Club in S.F., talks with the guys about kicking his drug addiction, how cool Jimmy Fallon is, how much writing he does, and what it’s like to be on “Curb your Enthusiasm.” He also does an intro for Phantom News! After Richard, we get a “Whore For The Holidays” update, as Dennis Hof will be on the show tomorrow when the guys announce a winner. We also hear about a school in Sweden has banned gingerbread men because they’re “racist,” and the guys continue with their take on the Australian DJ’s who lost their jobs.
It’s then time for the “Phantom News Hour.” Today, we hear that the rock band Scorpions is selling Christmas cards, who was the worst guest Jon Stewart ever had on the Daily Show, the Top 10 Movies of 2012, and that the 5 second rule doesn’t work. And of course, Don wraps everything up with a caller 100!