The Best Of Paul And Spike: Friday January 8th, 2010.
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In this final 'Best Of' in this Best-ive Season, Paul And Spike dredge up more guff from the archives, including a discussions on alien objects, ghosts, $50,000, and pirates.
01:14 - Paul and Spike have been given an extra hour on their AM talk show, and so, launch an excessive "pre-game" broadcast to celebrate.
09:05 - Inspired by a ghastly story about a woman who found a human tooth in her can of soup, The Boys throw the phones wide open and take some stomach-churning calls from listeners who had similar experiences.
18:56 - It's Halloween, and our heroes discuss the supernatural with an audience who have been spooked by their own paranormal visitors.
32:36 - NBC's Dick Ebersol paid a reported fifty grand to charity, in order to have Carly Simon whisper the name of the subject of "You're So Vain" to him. Naturally, we the public are still none the wiser, but The Boys ask their wide and varied legion of fans what question they would pay fifty thousand dollars to have answered...
46:49 - As was a tradition in the mid "naughties", Osama bin Laden would release a new year tape, outlining the past twelve months and what his new year resolutions would be. The Boys play his '04 tape in full, complete with translation. I wonder if he ever got those sandals clean...?
52:20 - Long John Dablinski, NPR's "Ask The Tech Support Pirate", provides some valuable information about whether the Blackberry or the iPhone is the better smartphone for syncing with the office.
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