Today, Don starts with the Bob Costas’ interview with Jerry Sandusky. Not only does it make everyone on the show sick to their stomachs, but the guys all agree that it’s also hard core proof that this guy is a pedophile. Don plays clips from the interview, and the guys spend most of the first hour discussing just how disturbing this whole scandal really is. After the first segment, Don switches gears and brings back the funny, playing a series of TV themes backwards, and the guys play “Guess The Theme.” We also hear Family Guy in Spanish, old network sign-on jingles, the old Flintstones Winston cigarettes ad, and the Leave It To Beaver “Never trust an Arab” clip. Don also finds audio of the “Best TV logos of all time,” And throughout the show, the guys play their favorite TV production company sign-offs, network jingles, and feature presentation music.
Don tells us a story about a woman who died of cancer, and before she passed, asked her sister to marry her husband, and raise her children, and Don tries calling the husband’s dentist office. Don also tells us that Van Halen has signed a new record deal with Interscope, and plan to release a new album in 2012. We then hear about a woman who goes ballistic at a McDonalds drive thru after finding out they switched to serving breakfast at 3 am, and Don introduces us to a new website called upliftingnighties.com.
After Don pulls out his “Book Of Lists” again, and Dave and Phantom play a game of what percentage of minorities hold certain jobs, The guys return to the “Stump The Stoop” game they left off from yesterday. This time, Joe introduces the songs, regularly emphasizing just how lame 1971 was. It’s then time for the “Phantom News Hour.” Among the stories today: The prosecutor in the Casey Anthony case has written a new book, the Gabrielle Giffords interview got higher ratings than the Sandusky interview last night, Anna Kournikova is leaving Biggest Loser after just one season, and Kat Von D claims Jesse James cheated on her with 19 different women. And of course, Don wraps everything up with a caller 100!