11:00 PM - 6:00 AM, Friday - Saturday, March 22nd - 23rd, 1996: SHOW 120
Well, kind of a slow show. Had a lot to talk about, but no one else did. Went into gun control and had a police officer offer to teach me how to shoot. Might...might take him up on it. Got to 3:00 rather simply. But the face-off was quick and the next hour sucked. Had to play two songs to get me out of the hour! Haven't had to do that for months. Last hour was filled with people telling jokes. Then when Bob came in I was still trying to clean up. And for some reason, his producer and mine was in there with us. Extremely crowded and I was trying to clean up quickly. I looked at Bob and kind of smiled because he seemed preterbed. I said "us younguns...makin' a mess..." Then he says: "No, you can just see the difference between someone who does this as a career, and one who does it for fill." What the fuck. FUCK YOU MAN. I asked him who Phil was, and he gave a sarcastic type of laugh. What a dickhead comment. Out of nowhere. Also Dave acts like such a dufus around BC. Dave is a dufus anyway, but more so around Bob. Oh and I can tell he really wants my job - like he thinks this is the stepping stone to him somehow taking my show. ?!?!. Ah well. Have a feeling that tomorrow will really blow. Have nothing to talk about.
10:00 PM - 7:00 AM, Saturday - Sunday, March 23rd - 24th, 1996: SHOW 121
Well, it strarted out blowing, but ended up as a pretty good show. I went in early and made a new face-off song for Balderdash. Argued for some time about ethnic jokes, after some guy called up and told a Polish joke. Glenn said it wasn't funny, the guy called back and said lighten up he's Polish, then we tried to draw the line between some jokes and others. Especially black and Jew jokes and all other races. It was a great topic, and one I want to bring up next weekend. Last weekend in temporary studio from hell. Finally the nice new big room and hopefully things will go better. Also it's starting to get obvious that Dave wants my job. I actually think it's funny, and it keeps me on my toes.