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The Kevin and Bean Show is a morning zoo radio show on the seminal Los Angeles alternative rock station KROQ. It began in 1990... and is still running today. It is perhaps most notable for launching the careers of Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel and Ralph Garman.

The titular hosts are Kevin Ryder and Gene 'Bean' Baxter. Kevin plays the simple man who only barely grew up, (to the extent that he orders off the kids menu at fancy restaurants) whose foibles include a love of soccer and a hatred of baseball, and child-like glee for general mayhem and practical jokes. His partner, Bean, plays a sensitive sophisticate, but expresses a strange obsession with unusual deaths, a joy for bad puns and arguing over minutia (such as his famous finger-wagging over anyone who refers to "Daylight Savings Time.")note 

Over much of its' history, the show produced yearly Christmas albums for charity, consisting of both original comedy bits and songs recorded by bands and artists whose music was played by KROQ. There were sixteen albums from 1990 to 2006.


Tropes:

  • Accidental Misnaming: Kevin and Bean interviewing Rob Durden...or Dyrdek, as is his real name.
  • Anti-Humor: One of the longest-running regular guests on the show is the Armenian Comedian, a real Armenian-American hairdresser named Sam who fancies himself a comedian and entertainer, but is actually a delusional weirdo with a questionable grasp of both humor and the English language. The hosts of the show are so fascinated by his horribly unfunny jokes that they keep bringing him back. Sam achieved such a level of notoriety that he became the subject of a documentary called Born Hye: The Armenian Comedian Story, a title playing on his Armenian heritage and his liberal use of marijuana.
  • Ascended Fanboy: Jimmy Kimmel's original persona on the show was Jimmy, a listener with a thick New York accent who called in to complain about the weakness of the show's sports coverage (or total lack thereof). He began calling into the show to provide sports reports over the phone until he was eventually invited into the studio full-time.
  • Big Brother Bully: Former producer Lightning has described Kevin and Bean as having this sort of relationship with him when he worked on the show, claiming it motivated him to work that much harder.
  • Biting-the-Hand Humor: The hosts frequently take shots at KROQ's stinginess and managerial staff.
  • The Boxing Episode:
    • Jimmy Kimmel found himself challenged to a boxing match by Michael the Maintenance Man after making a perceived racial comment on-air (specifically, that black people don't ski). This challenge played out over several weeks (including Kevin and Bean going with Jimmy for his pre-fight physical to get audio), culminating in a live on-air boxing match dubbed "The Bleeda in Reseda." The match was called by broadcaster Pat O'Brien and there here were celebrity judges for the match as well: Tom Murray (then-sportscaster for KCAL channel 9 in Los Angeles), Adam Sandler, and John Wayne Bobbitt. This sequence would bring on notable changes to the show's cast: Adam Carolla cold-called the show to offer his services as a boxing trainer and spun the opportunity into a broadcasting career. When Corolla left the show, he recommended his roommate, Ralph Garman, who became the show's long-time third man.
    • In 2007, Ralph and Dave The King of Mexico would try to repeat this with a "drink boxing" match for charity (it was intended to be set around St. Patrick's day that year). Ultimately, it never came together, seemingly due to lack of support from KROQ management.
  • The Bus Came Back: After having left the show in 2012 to focus on co-hosting Loveline, Psycho Mike returned to the show briefly in 2018.
  • Butt-Monkey: The show has had a few of these over the years. Depending on how long a listener has been tuning in, their Butt Monkey of choice was Mark the Whiffle Boy, former producer Lightning, Big Tad, or most recently, Beer Mug.
  • Celebrity Impersonator: Between the show's cast members (Ralph Garman, especially), literally dozens of celebrities have been impersonated on the show, including Kevin and Bean themselves.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Psycho Mike, who is married with a small child, and an endorser of being respectful to the women in one's life and sexual responsibility, has a predilection for some pretty extreme things, so that he admits to having a dedicated computer with a specialized server solely for going onto the Dark Web.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: The nature of radio being what it is, if someone leaves the show (especially if it's under controversial circumstances,) they don't usually get a chance to say good-bye.
    • Michael the Maintenance Man, a significant member of the show in the 1990s, was apparently fired from the show and filed a wrongful termination suit. The hosts are prohibited from speaking about the suit publicly, so Michael is virtually never brought up.
    • When Lisa May and Doc on the Roq were fired, Kevin and Bean were not allowed to talk about it for a week. They later brought Lisa May in to discuss what happened and essentially apologize.
    • Dean Schefrin, who replaced Matt "Money" Smith, as the sports guy for a few months from 2005-2006, also left the show with no notice. Publicly, it was said he left the show because KROQ management felt that the show didn't need a sports guy; however, the few subsequent references to Dean have downplayed his presence on the show, up to and including quick denials that he was ever a part of the show at all.
    • Sometime in 2012, Alex Warren, who replaced Lightning as the show's producer and like others before her (including Lightning) also started as an intern, left the show with no notice. Up until her departure, she supplied voices for female characters on the show (including Britney Spears) and provided an alternate female perspective on the show alongside the also-departed Lisa May. In an episode of The B-Team podcast, Lightning subtly implies that Alex also left under acrimonious circumstances; so subtly, in fact, that Lightning refers to Alex by a pseudonym, though longtime listeners can puzzle out who it is based on the timeline Lightning gives.
    • Averted with Ralph Garman - when his contract was not renewed in November 2017, he was able to come to an agreement with show management that in return for keeping his departure secret until his last day, November 30th, he would then be allowed to say goodbye on the air.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: The show has had its' share of crazies over the years. Notably, none of them was a "character" invented for the show; all of them were very real:
    • Sam the Armenian Comedian, combined with a heavy dose of Small Name, Big Ego, big time. With a combination of his own supreme overconfidence in his (lame) comedic and musical talents and a near-constant high, Sam claims that he is the funniest comedian and most talented musician on earth, and will not allow the point to be argued. He cannot (or will not) recognize the obstacles in his way, including his rather limited English skills, his misunderstanding of basic joke structure and inability to play any instrument more complicated than a recorder with any sense of skill or rhythm. Despite all this, and literally decades of largely spinning his wheels on the extreme fringes of show business, Sam still holds to the belief that breakout stardom is just around the corner.
    • Dieu To, albeit in a more disturbing manner than the Armenian Comedian. Nothing about Dieu is terribly clear, except for his affection for German chocolate cake and his obsession with Steven Seagal. He has very particular tastes in women (Korean women 5'8" or 5'9" in height). Dieu seems to travel back and forth frequently between Asia and the US, and as such, is notoriously difficult to contact. He is very evasive about his personal life, dodging specific questions or giving extremely vague answers about himself. Once, when Psycho Mike visited Dieu's house to do a segment in the vein of MTV's Cribs, Mike found knives hidden inside an air-conditioning vent and a drawer full of womens' panties in Dieu's room that Dieu tried to explain away by saying, "It's not". The visit itself was prompted by an email in which Dieu claimed to have obtained a California gun permit and asked if this fact disturbed anyone on the show; when confronted on-air about it, Dieu tried to laugh it off, claiming it was just a joke.
    • Duaveed, a very strange man who came to the show's attention in 2009 when he wanted to marry a mannequin whom he named Clara. He would take the mannequin everywhere he went, pulling her around in a wagon. Duaveed ultimately married Clara in a ceremony officiated by Psycho Mike, and the show kept up with them for about a year of their "married life". Duaveed would reach out to the show again in 2014 when Clara was stolen while he was in the hospital during a brief stay in New York, as he was trying to find a replacement for her.
  • Commuting on a Bus: A number of former regulars continue to have active relationships with the show, all of whom departed the show on amicable terms. These include Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Carolla, and former sports guy Matt "Money" Smith (now a sports radio host and NFL Network personality).
  • Diet Episode: Or episodes, in Beermug's case. In his time on the show, Beermug has been a part of no fewer than three ongoing weight loss challenges.
    • First, in 2012, Beermug was bet that he couldn't lose thirty pounds between Valentine's Day and June 1, which he managed to win.
    • Next, in 2016, Beermug worked to lose twenty pounds ahead of his wedding.
    • In March 2018, Beermug was in a contest called March Fatness against Dave the King of Mexico, wherein whoever failed to lose the most weight by March 31 must dress as Britney Spears and perform "Hit Me Baby, One More Time" at the 2018 April Foolishness concert. Both Beermug and Dave half-assed the contest so much, the joke was that the winner would be determined by whoever gained the least weight. This time, Beermug lost.
  • Dumbass DJ: The show is an example of the "morning zoo" style of show, with comedy, interviews and give-aways as the main draws. Being local to Hollywood, however, they have a better relationship with celebrities than most other examples.
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: Played straight with Bean, whose middle name is "Lee". Subverted by Dave the King of Mexico, in that he doesn't have an embarrassing name per say, but rather by the fact that it's the commonplace Spanish name "Juan".
  • Embarrassing Nickname:
    • Kevin, or as his wife has been known to call him, Lamby.
    • For a time, Lightning was known as DJ Tweeter, mocking his high-pitched voice which would go even higher when he was excited or agitated.
  • False Confession: "Confess Your Crime", an infamous segment from June 1990 where Kevin and Bean took calls where people confessed to minor crimes. Shaping up to be a lame segment, they had fellow DJ Doug "Sluggo" Roberts call in and (falsely) confess in a very roundabout way to killing his girlfriend. Somewhere along the way, someone made a connection between the bogus confession and the actual unsolved murder of a 19-year-old girl. The Los Angeles County Sheriffs' Department investigated the claim and despite Kevin's and Bean's repeated assertions that the call was real, discovered the hoax. They were suspended without pay, forced to pay restitution to the Sheriffs' Department, and perform 149 hours of community service. The entire incident was the subject of an episode of Unsolved Mysteries.
  • The Generation Gap: Paul the 55-Year-Old Intern, who was on the show in the mid-90s and played by Mark Davis (aka Richard Cheese), was an old-school radio man who spoke with a stilted delivery and had no love for KROQ's alt-rock repertoire, preferring Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett.
  • Giftedly Bad:
    • Sam the Armenian Comedian, who can stumble into being entertaining in spite (or because of?) his incredible lack of comedic or musical talent.
    • Beermug, when he does his on-the-street or red carpet interviews, is entertaining to the audience precisely because he's so bad at asking other people questions, especially when he's drunk.
  • A Good Name for a Rock Band: They play a variation of this game - when a phrase pops up that they think works as a band name, they'll usually say something akin to "[Band Name] is playing at Coachella, I can't wait to see them" or "I caught [Band Name] at the Troubadour, they were great..."
  • Guinness Episode: Over the years, the show has been involved in multiple attempts at getting into The Guinness Book of World Records:
    • Dave the King of Mexico has made two attempts to set the record for the longest time spent watching TV continuously, most recently in October 2005. Technically, Dave set the record, but it was rejected by Guinness because the record-keeping of the attempt was deemed inconsistent and thus unusable.
    • In March 2007, Sam the Armenian Comedian attempted to set the record for the most haircuts given in a 24-hour period. The show was broadcast live from a hair salon owned by Lightning's wife Brandi. The attempt was called off a few hours in when Sam failed to abide by the rules laid out by Guinness, on top of giving haircuts at too slow a pace to even match the record, much less break it. Brandi was forced to give free haircuts to those people whose hair Sam essentially butchered.
  • Hollywood Nerd: Ralph's character Roland, a classic angry young nerd who calls in to comment on comic book-related matters. Since Ralph is actually One of Us, Roland's knowledge of comic books is quite detailed.
  • Hot-Blooded: Petros Papadakis, longtime friend of the show, can run hot under the collar when it comes time for him to do his weekly reports on The Bachelor, with a particular contempt for host Chris Harrison and his "baby hands".
  • I Want My Jet Pack: Bean has long been fixated on the idea of owning a jet pack of his own.
  • Indecipherable Lyrics: When Bob Dylan had his satellite radio show, Ralph would impersonate him and sing along to the songs Dylan might play to fit a particular theme; the humor being that the Dylanesque style renders otherwise well-known songs utterly indecipherable.
  • It Will Never Catch On: Kevin and Bean hosted "Gorilla Theater" on KCAL in 1990 as a television extension of the radio show. In one episode, they announce a new song, "Smells Like Teen Spirit," and comment on what a terrible name that is.
  • Lame Pun Reaction: When a host makes a particularly bad joke, usually a tortured pun, someone will shout "File!" so that it can be brought back up in a later "Would You Like to Take That Back?" segment.
  • Long-Distance Relationship: Bean, in a completely professional, non-romantic manner. Since 1999, Bean has done the show via an ISDN line from home studios in Seattle and New Orleans.
  • Long Runner: The Kevin and Bean Show has been on the air since January 1990.
  • Long-Runner Cast Turnover: When a show has been on the radio for 28-plus years, and between Kevin and Bean, various supporting on-air personalities, behind-the-scenes people, and numerous interns over the years, quite a number of people have passed through the show's ranks.
  • Male Restroom Etiquette: The show used to have a recurring segment where Kevin would sit in a bathroom stall and try to engage the men pooping beside him in awkward conversation. His opening gambits were usually, "Hey... what are you doing?"
  • Miss Fanservice: Any of the various winners of the yearly Miss Double December contests, held to find a hot girl to function as a sexy representative of the Kevin and Bean show at various KROQ events. The contest was ended due to the belief the contests had become played out, and the changing attitudes about ogling women.
  • Only in Florida: A recurring segment called What's Up With Florida covers a block of about five to eight strange news stories coming out of Florida.
  • Put on a Bus: Big Tad, who started as a call screener then moved up to do ridiculous stunts and bad celebrity interviews for a period in the 90s. Tad's considerable notoriety led him to develop "Taditude", making him difficult to work with and eventually led to his firing. Also, a real-life (double!) example of The Bus Came Back, as Jimmy Kimmel persuaded Kevin to rehire Tad as his manservant Thaddeus, a situation that lasted one day as Bean and Ralph threatened to quit if Tad remained; Tad also returned to be interviewed for an episode of The B-Team podcast that was dedicated to his exploits.
    • Arguably also applies to Michael the Maintenance Man, who sued KROQ and Kevin & Bean over it. In an episode of The B-Team, Lightning said of Michael, "He sued us, and then disappeared."
  • Race Lift: Played for Laughs in regards to Psycho Mike's portrayal of Kevin Federline, or "Federlezee". The character is a white man evoking stereotypes of black culture for himself, even going so far as to refer to himself as a black man, while condemning the appropriation of black culture.
  • Running Gag: A whole lot over its 30 year run. A few notables:
    • "Point for cake." A debate over pie versus cake spawned a long period where the hosts would conclude something good happening as "a point for cake."
    • Santa Karl. Jimmy Kimmel's most popular character, portraying basketball player Karl Malone as if he were Santa Claus and talking to listeners' children.
    • Ralph reading an email from a fan that concludes with a line that sounds very similar to the chorus of a One-Hit Wonder song that Ralph is obsessed with that month, followed by Ralph singing the sound-alike chorus over a clip of the song. It started with "Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco, and went on to include "Heat of the Moment" by Asia and "Dude Looks Like a Lady" by Aerosmith.
    • Inappropriately dropping in audio from DJ Omar Khan's student film Cucamonga Heat in which he plays a mob boss having a telephone conversation to set up a "double cross."
    • "This...was a sussess (sic)."
    • For many years, whenever the show would discuss a child or teenager who performed a major accomplishment, someone would ask Kevin what he was doing at the same age, to which he would invariably reply, "I was throwing rocks at my neighbor Robbie Joyner." This has largely fallen by the wayside after the real Robbie Joyner called into the show.
  • Sassy Black Woman: Ralph's character Lakweesha, who reviews reality television with snide commentary.
  • Self-Deprecation: A hallmark of the show. The hosts are constantly criticizing their quality as broadcasters.
    • One recurring moment is "A Moment With...," which highlights a host's previous blunder or gaffe. Kevin is particularly known for making these.
    • Another recurring segment is "Would You Like to Take That Back?", which highlights an extremely unfunny joke told by one of the hosts.
    • Ever since K&B were inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame, the amount of self-deprecation has grown by leaps and bounds. Every so often, someone will call out "Hall of Fame!" whenever someone makes a bad blunder, mocking that the show managed to receive the accolade.
  • Sex Bot: If there's anything Bean is as obsessed with having as a jet pack, if not more so...
  • Shop Class: Mr. Birchum, played by Adam Carolla, was a cranky wood shop teacher with a short fuse and a tremendous affection for pornography.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Kevin and Bean hated Rick Dees when he was a crosstown rival at KIIS, frequently mocking him and occasionally playing pranks on him. The reason for their ire: in Kevin's and Bean's minds, Dees was the epitome of everything they hated about phonies in radio.
    • One prank actually made headlines when Dees accused the show of stalking and threatening him; Michael the Maintenance Man once went to Dees' house to prove he wasn't live on the air first thing in the morning when he claimed to be.
    • Kevin and Bean also once had listeners gather hundreds of KIIS-FM antenna balls and performed a live on-air mock funeral, burying the balls along with a cardboard standee of Rick Dees in a genuine casket.
    • When word came that Dees was going to be inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame, Bean (impersonating Dees) called the head of the organization live on-air to turn down the induction, claiming that "he" (Dees) was totally unworthy of the honor.
  • Sleepwalking: Kevin, who has been known to have problems with insomnia, once sleepwalked while carrying a bowl of strawberry ice cream. When he woke up, the ice cream was splattered all over his bed and the floors & walls of his bedroom and bathroom. At the time he first related the story, Kevin had no idea why he did this; later, Kevin would try to blame his behavior on taking a dose of Ambien.
  • Small Name, Big Ego:
    • Sam the Armenian Comedian personifies this trope:
      • Sam is convinced that he is both the funniest comedian and the greatest musician in the world, despite constantly proving himself to be remarkably inept at both, and having legitimately invested decades of his life into it. His lack of success, coupled with his floating through an endless string of haircutting jobs, forced Sam to admit his wife was the primary breadwinner of the family in a rare moment of self-awareness.
      • Sam has claimed that Kevin and Bean have held him back out of jealousy over his "popularity", when they are easily responsible for his prolonged exposure, including, due to their relationship with Jimmy Kimmel, Sam getting a national appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
      • Sam once auditioned for Last Comic Standing, and was declared the worst audition the show had ever had. Discussing the audition afterward on Kevin and Bean, Sam was convinced the audition had gone "great".
      • After Kevin and Bean played a prank on Sam where he was led to believe he would be performing at the 2009 Almost Acoustic Christmas concert, Sam called the station and angrily threatened to blow it up, claiming he had "connections" with the Armenian Mafia. Whether Sam meant the threat or not, the LAPD took the threat seriously. It resulted in Sam being arrested, having to spend a long holiday weekend in jail, being sentenced to community service and anger management classes, and being slapped with a restraining order that forbade him from contacting KROQ (or for K&B to contact him) for two years.
      • Sam has made reference to an incident when he was a New York cabbie, in which he had a near-miss with a lightning strike. For reasons that are meaningful to Sam but unclear to everyone else, he has long interpreted this incident as a sign that he was destined for greater things. Thus, on top of his dubious talents as a comic and musician, Sam is also convinced that he can achieve world peace if people would actually listen to his (utterly nonsensical) ideas.
    • Nick the Sign Holder, who stood on the sidewalk, holding a sign advertising for a cellphone store, had pretensions of becoming a screenwriter. He even managed to get an internship at a company that read screenplays and provided coverage on scripts. Despite this, and Kevin and Bean finding a movie business professional willing to read Nick's work, Nick only seemed to want people to tell him his work was good rather than give him honest criticism.
    • Big Tad may be the most literal example of this trope. His antics on the show garnered him a tremendous amount of recognition and popularity; according to Lightning on The B-Team podcast, market research showed at one point Tad had become as synonymous with KROQ as any of its disc jockeys. Unfortunately, this attention fed into Tad's ego and he developed a bad attitude (or "Taditude" as it came to be called), that led to his being dismissed from the show. On The B-Team Podcast episode dedicated to him, Tad would admit this attitude would re-emerge when he later worked on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, at a time when the show was struggling, and complaining about a lack of support from ABC when (by his own admission) it wasn't his place to do so.
  • Spin-Off: In its' 28-year history, the show has produced a number of sister programs:
    • The B-Team Podcast, hosted by former producer Lightning, current producer Dave the King of Mexico, and sound editor DJ Omar Khan, takes a look behind the scene of the show, answers listeners' questions, and examines old audio from the show's 25-year plus history.
    • The short-lived Armenian Comedian podcast that Sam recorded with Omar, which lasted precisely three episodes in the fall of 2013.
    • Kevin and Bean's Cinco De La Tarde, a one-hour show that aired during afternoon drive time for about a year from 2008-2009. For that period, the morning show ended at 9:00 am, with the afternoon show basically replacing the morning show's last hour. On an episode of The B-Team podcast, Lightning remarked that the show was pre-recorded, but Beer Mug still had to come back to the station every afternoon to run it.
    • Same Shit, Different Day, a "best of" Kevin and Bean program that KROQ aired for a time on Saturday mornings from 7:00 to 10:00 am.
  • Stoners Are Funny:
    • Mole, whose abundant drug use causes him to routinely miss KROQ events (frequently calling in a day late still trying to get tickets) and getting into comical misadventures.
    • Subverted by Sam the Armenian Comedian: his near-constant high, coupled with his own unshakable belief in his comedic "abilities" make Sam legitimately believe he's the funniest comedian in the world, a belief that virtually everyone around him greatly disagrees with. Those few who do find Sam funny find the humor in how bad he is and how unaware Sam is of the disconnect between his confidence and the embarrassing reality.
  • Streaking: When the show still broadcasted from its' previous location in Burbank, various staffers (usually Lightning, Big Tad, and on one occasion, Dave the King of Mexico) would be sent to streak through a particular 7-Eleven store at Halloween and Christmas. Kevin and Bean would call the store to signal when the streaker needed to make his run through the store. The phone call would then be broadcast live on the air as the streaker caused chaos among the workers and customers.
  • Stylistic Suck:
    • The show usually sends its most incompetent interviewer to perform red carpet interviews. Big Tad started the trend and it's carried on by Beer Mug.
    • The segment jingles created by Omar almost always have intentionally off-key and obnoxious vocals.
  • Surfer Dude: Rockin' Fig did daily surf reports on the show for over twenty years, until he was let go by KROQ in 2010.
  • Take That!: Perhaps the meanest thing the show has ever done was telling Keanu Reeves that he's the worst actor in Hollywood during an in-studio interview promoting A Walk In The Clouds. After making an attempt to defend himself, Reeves stormed out of the studio and has refused to associate with the show ever since.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: When Big Tad developed "Taditude" and started refusing to do wacky stunts for the show, Lightning laid a huge speech on him about how Lightning himself had to do similarly crazy and/or humiliating stunts when he was in Tad's position because that's what was expected of him and it was expected for Tad to do the same.
    Lightning: Why don't you bring your stupid, obese, egocentric, bad-goatee-wearing, double-chinned, bald head of yours right on over here and kiss my friggin' ass, you whining p***y?!
  • Token Minority:
    • Anel Rivers, frequently referred to Kevin and Bean's "(only) black listener", would call in to discuss issues related to the African-American community and eventually got his own periodic segment called "Jive Talkin'".
    • Dawan, who was another black listener, became a friend of the show over his love of Drew Barrymore and Gossip Girl, and his desire to both work at In-N-Out and become a DJ.
  • Under the Sea: Kevin and Bean once did a show live while SCUBA diving, complete with bad audio of air hissing into their masks and Kevin and Bean sounding like they had head colds. Years later, Ralph would revisit the audio, remarking that people would ask him what Kevin and Bean used to do before guys like he and Jimmy Kimmel were on the show, and replied that it was ridiculous stunts like this.
  • Verbal Tic: Whenever Dieu To is on the show, he will almost always address Kevin and Bean together, running their names together as "Kevinandbean". Those moments when he addresses them separately, Dieu To tends to confuse each one for the other.
  • Vox Pops:
    • "Man-on-the-street" interviews have long been a staple of the show, as have interviews done on the red carpets of movie premieres. However, their entertainment value lies as much in the ineptitude of the interviewer (most recently, Beermug) as in the ridiculous answers the public provides to the questions asked.
    • Beermug has his own recurring segment, "Cheers with Beermug", in which he puts questions to the patrons of his neighborhood bar. Not only does this get Beermug some funny responses, but he himself gets progressively drunker as the interviews go on.
  • Wham Episode: Ralph and Doc on the Roq had to do a live broadcast on September 11, 2001 while Kevin and Bean were on vacation. To say that it was outside the norm is putting it mildly, but Ralph and Doc handled the broadcast with the utmost professionalism.

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