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The week starts off with an all-time incompetent Glenny Balls moment. Then the show went to Boston before Game 7, then to Pebble Beach where Riggs celebrated a Blues Stanley Cup win. Ryan Whitney joined the Foreplay boys for Thursday & Friday's show.
Barstool Radio started out on the road in St. Louis ahead of Game 4. Phil Maroon got Dave super high right before the show. During Game 4 Dave got viciously attacked by an unruly Blues fan which lead to a ton of social media traction, and a denial from the towelflicker. Dave talks about how he expects the upcoming HBO documentary to be a hit piece. Barstool Radio goes to Boston for Game 5, Kirk Minihane embarasses Joe Curtatone, and more on this week's edition of Barstool Radio.
This jam packed week of Barstool Radio had a little bit of everything. 3 shows from Hurricane's in Boston for the Stanley Cup final where Riggs and Dave agreed to get Riggs hairplugs, the blue checkmark brigade got upset about a towel and called into defend themselves, and a ton of hockey talk. We announced Kirk Minihane as the newest Barstool hire. Mr Portnoy battled through technical difficulties. An internal office investigation into who messed up the Twitch room. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Smitty played host to a myriad of characters this week, from Mush to Francis to Ellie, in the absence of Dave Portnoy. Dave was off playing Pebble Beach in an attempt to repeat as US Open Champion, and he was most importantly off tending to Stella, King of the Toys, may she live 15 more years. Now we are off to the Stanley Cup Final in Boston. Here is Best of Barstool Radio featuring Dave Portnoy and Smitty the Host.
A lot of Barstool Drivetime throughout the week as Dave is off doing big brain things. The Chiclets team breaks down the NHL playoffs. The Foreplay guys call in from the grounds of the PGA Championship. Dave returns on Friday to update the stoolies on everything he has missed.
Barstool has officially moved into the new office. There are some things to like, some things to dislike, and some things that still just simply don't work. Dave tells stories of his awesome weekend at the Kentucky Derby, where he got to meet Tom Brady. Cousin Mike finds himself at the center of Barstool drama, as Willie Colon comes looking to take his show away from him. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
#DaveyDega had a blast at Talladega but he didn't get to enjoy it long before he was on the offensive again. Gizmodo laid off some more people, so Dave jumped right into the mud with them. Then he turned his attention to Stinger, the mascot for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Big Cat hangs out for a little bit, and Tommy closes out the old office with the last Barstool Radio at HQ 2.0. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
It was a loaded week for Barstool Radio. Dave made it his mission to get Mike Francesa to do a pizza review, and went as far as to call into Mike's show to do so. The Call Her Daddy girls got back deep into the mud with Rachel Bush, and Rachel called in to say why they are fighting. The Cousins surprise Riggs ahead of their last show, and a ton more.
Riggs is ecstatic because he gets to rub Tiger Woods' Master victory in Dave's face. Dave bravely tells everyone he was the first to admit he was wrong about Tiger. The Boston Marathon gets Dave into trouble for tweeting about a Marine crawling across the finish line, so he blames it on Tyler O'Day. Riggs created a golf tournament, we preview Rough N Rowdy, and more.
The show starts the week off live from Cowboy Jack's the day of the NCAA Championship game, and Dave wants to put $250K down on Texas Tech, but he can't find the right spot to place the bet. MyBookie chirps him about it, which causes Dave to burn the entire company to the ground. Brandon Walker got caught in the crossfire, and ended up with a job at Barstool. All this and more on Barstool Radio,
KBnoswag starts the week off by making his first real Barstool Radio appearance after an eventful weekend in Vegas. Call Her Daddy agrees to give Tommy a makeover. Big time guests roll through to Cowboy Jacks in Minnesota for the Final Four
Dave is out all week prepping for DP42 so it's Common Man Radio all week. Biz from Spittin Chiclets stops by to tell some of his wild stories.Tommy tries to get Francis to invite him to his birthday party. KBnoswag got booted from his hotel room the first night of DP42 and hit has the Barstool world buzzing.
Frankie Borrelli hosts Barstool Radio from Borrelli's before Bruins/Islanders, and Mr. Borrelli tried to prove he's not affiliated with the mob. Tommy got kicked out of Fan Duel on Thursday and comes all the way back to do radio. Could Biz/Chara beat McGregor/Rousey in a fight?, a ton of gambling content, and more.
While Dave filmed Big Brain this weekend, he saw Double Vodka Don & Mike Grinnell partying it up on Spring Break. That made him worry the entire company was going to come crashing down to the ground. Dave has racked up so much gambling debt his only move left may have to be to make a sex tape. Mr. Portnoy calls in to debate Dave about Tucker Carlson's latest controversy. Common Man Radio, a ton of gambling content on more on this week's Barstool Radio.
With Dave out most of the week, Common Radio gets into the Michael Jackson doc, emergency shituations and Game of Thrones. When Dave returns from a pizza convention, he addresses the latest Barstool controversy where our social media team offered a blue checkmark a $50 gift card to the Barstool store to help get a copyright strike removed. The West Virginia viceroy came into the office for an interview, and Dave makes him apologize to Frankie for calling his girlfriend ugly.
Dave grills Riggs for a vacation that was proposed as work. Norman Chad takes issues with Dave for reasons unknown. The Call Her Daddy girls have tips on how to cheat. John Tavares is coming back to the Coli and the whole office has their eyes on the result of Leafs/Islanders.
When the artist formerly known as WhiteSoxDave decided he wouldn't chain himself to a statue because Manny Machado signed with the Padres, Pres re-nicknamed him mouse. The Chicago guys try to come to his defense but make up no ground in the eyes of El Pres. Robert Kraft found himself in a sticky situation on Friday, which led to Dave having to spin zone for the entire Patriots organization. Dave pre-fires Greenie, the Fordham Pussy Patrol makes their debut, and more on this week's Barstool Radio.
Dave got on the Jumbotron at the Celtics game and his pop was just as loud as Belichick's. Dave catches up with Glenny, and we get some calls from Rico & Mr Portnoy. Smitty, Riggs and Tommy try to understand things that confuse them, and callers call in with questions that really melt their brain.
Dave recaps his triumphant weekend at the Super Bowl. The Call Her Daddy girls explain their latest drama with Rachel Bush. Dave figures out what his angle will be for the Daytona 500. Frankie tries really hard to stump the show with Under The Guns, and a ton more.
It's another victory Monday for the Patriots, Dave, and Barstool Sports. Dave recaps every moment from getting into the venue, to staying incognito, to getting thrown out of the Super Bowl and the after party. Rough N Rowdy 7 was the best so far, Shawn Latham and Marty Mush kicked some ass.
It's that time of year again for Barstool, where we dominate Super Bowl week. Dave made headlines for getting kicked out of Media Day. Kirk Minihane got viciously poked in the ribs by Goodell. Friends of the program Kyle Rudolph, Greg Olsen and more joined the show. The MHOC is getting bigger and bigger by the day. All this and more on Barstool Radio
On today's Barstool Radio: Everyone wants to become a member of the Monster Hits Only Club, Greenie found a new way to piss of Dave with his headlines, and more.
Man of the Year runner ups and Team Portnoy members Greg Olsen and Kyle Rudolph join the show to talk some football, Barstool, and more. Kirk confronted Roger Goodell this morning and got a swift jab to the ribs that needs critical medical treatment.
Barstool has taken over Super Bowl Week. We're all over the media, and Kirk Minihane is helping. Rico Bosco calls in to apologize, again. Hines Ward drops by the show to talk the state of the Steelers, and we play him the audio of the heartbroken Steelers fans that called into our show.
Last night Dave infiltrated Media Day only to be escorted out by Roger Goodell's goons. Kirk Minihane confronted Charlotte Wilder at Radio Row. Barstool's (former) PR team set up one of Dave's enemies with a layup, and Rico has trouble with another apology, and his phone.
Live from The Ivy in Buckhead, Dave, Caleb, Rone and Tommy talk about the Patriots media coverage, and how everyone is dealing with the living situation in the Barstool House.
As always, the week starts off with another victory Monday, but this time the Pats are going to the Super Bowl, again. The Rocket got caught throwing 68. Reags and Greenie were made examples of in blog school. Dave gets upset with Brett for poor Super Bowl planning, and boondoggling in California. Mike Grinnell turns over a new leaf with Dave. And a ton more.
The week starts off with another victory Monday, the Pats won again. Dave tried to do a pizza review with Soulja Boy, but Soulja Boy didn't want to play along. Dave is hyped to see The Revivalists, which are going to be the next big thing according to music expert Dave Portnoy. Riggs, YP, and Trent debate whether or not you could take over the world in medieval with just one charged iPhone.
Somehow, someway, Dave Portnoy has been compromised. Against all common sense, Dave breaks down the details of his stolen identity investigation. The Call Her Daddy girls make waves through the entire office by claiming they can guess the exact size of all the dicks in the office without looking at them. Barstool Carl goes viral, Tommy's got a new blog series, and more.
A short week of Barstool Radio was not lacking any good content. The Red Line Radio boys called in after they officially went full-time to Barstool Chicago. The Rough N Rowdy main events were announced, and the Marty Mush Vs. Matt Brown matchup got some juice flowing. Dave and Riggs recap their trip to Miami, and more.
The last week of Barstool Radio had a ton of great content. RA calls in to clarify a story told on Chiclets that made it seem like Dave paid for pictures with the Bruins. The wannabe sportscaster from last week tries to call in again, and gets flattened by Dave, again. Spider puts an intern on blast. Call Her Daddy comes back for more airtime, and much much more.
The Spittin Chiclets boys are in town for the Barstool Christmas party and they got the full Barstool experience. Call Her Daddy wants Biz on their show. They got to watch as Dave dismantled an internet nobody who he heard was talking shit about him. Jimmy Hayes calls in when Dave beckons him. We've also got talk about the Christmas party, internal social team drama, and Gaz vs. Deadspin.
To start out the week we get Dave's perspective on Francis vs. Ellie after a contentious battle in the office without him. Frankie's new game Under The Gun has the entire show captivated and paranoid. Marty went to the Deadspin awards, Jeff Lowe shows off his Christmas movie knowledge, and more.
It was a week filled with internal Barstool drama over important controversies like desk space, paintball and response blogs. Smitty almost got shot in the head with a paintball gun right before the telethon. Liz is cramming herself in the croner by Francis and Smitty. KMarko decided not to publish a response blog Francis wrote after Ellie took the first shot. All this and a ton more on Barstool Radio.
In a short week before the Thanksgiving break, Barstool Radio recaps Tommy Smokes being parodied on SNL, Riggs covering Tiger Vs. Phil out in Vegas, and the debate of the century: Who is more famous? Bruce Willis or Bruce Springsteen?
A long time employee was fired after alleged corporate crimes. Dave knows a familiar face is behind it all, and warns the snake not to bite him. Tommy's juul trick instagram video did so well it landed him on FOX News, and his appearance was one of the most iconic Barstool moments of the year. All this and a ton more on Barstool Radio.
Dave is upset at the Spittin Chiclets boys because they didn't cover a viral hockey story they he wanted them to. Biz and Whit call in to defend themselves. Craig Carton went to jail, and we actually were pretty close to hiring him. Dave announces the new radio schedule, which means Thursday was the last show the team of Kevin, Liz Dave and Tommy do together. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
And just like that, Boston has another championship. Dave is exhausted from winning and he's already focused on the Super Bowl. The Rocket called in from the parade and he hadn't been that drunk since New Year's Eve 2006. Clickbait Smits does some investigative reporting, and KMarko comes to Nate's defense. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Another big time week for the Boston Red Sox means the Barstool Radio crew is shipping up to Boston. Red Sox legends like Kevin Millar, Keith Foulke and more join the show to reminisce about the 2004 team that broke the curse, and compare themselves to this team. Hubbs faces more and more punishment by the day. At the end of the week, Dave is named to the 100 most handsome people in the world list, and that sends Feitelberg off the deep end. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
In a week where the Boston Red Sox made it to the World Series, there was only thing could overshadow their accomplishment. Munchtown Bob. Dave heard about Munchtown Bob's claim to fame on the road, and couldn't help himself from talking about it on the radio. Then the Call Her Daddy girls took it to another level. Also on this week's pod we recap last weekend in Ann Arbor, all of the recent Boston sports success, and Dave lays into Greenie for his blogging habits. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Another wild week on Barstool Radio for a variety of different reasons. Robbie recaps his experience in Vegas watching the McGregor fight and post-fight mayhem. The Yankees fans in the office have difficulty coping with getting eliminated by the Red Sox so they lash out at each other. Goodfellas in Lexington came through with an all-time pizza review for all the wrong reasons. In an ironic twist Frankie calls in to Barstool Radio to explain why he was late for a private jet. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
It was another week of enemies coming after us, some old, some new. Bob Kravitz called Dave a pimple on his butt. Peter King declared he will no longer associate with us. Typical. Thursday was live from Keeneland in Lexington Kentucky, which was the site of RNR5. As the face of Kentucky sports radio, Matt Jones joined the show. Glenny got thrown up on, Tom Wilson is still a scumbag, and more playoff baseball talk. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
As always, it's Barstool Vs. The World. Everyone from Deadspin to the Blue Checkmark Brigade to the The Clown wants a piece of us. We recap a week's worth of battles with people like Barry, Rapaport and more. Internally, the Nate/Smitty saga is as intense as it has ever been. We also introduce a new podcast, Call Her Daddy.
When Dave decides Pup Punk is essential personnel only, Nate makes a stink about it and in the process fires ricochet shots at Smitty. This sets off a week full of contentious radio featuring Nate Smitty and Kevin. The week closes out with a recap of Pup Punk's second show in Boston.
We're just trying to make TV shows but they keep dragging us back into the mud. The week starts off with a call from Red Line Radio's Eddie discussing the Bears' chokejob. Dave got his blood taken and lived to tell the tale. Sam Ponder is lying about us and with some legal advice from Mr. Portnoy, we decide to sue. Laura Wagner wrote another hitpiece about us and took some ricochet shots at Big Cat and Tommy. Dave faces off with the Boston TV station that pulled The Barstool Sports Advisors.
It's a super busy week at Barstool HQ. Dave is running around getting everything ready for a big weekend of #contentcontentcontent. Rone spent the weekend at a bachelor party with John Mayer and you can tell Dave is a little jealous. Some of the new Heartland transplants make their first appearances on Barstool Radio. Dave breaks the news of longtime stoolie Mac Miller passing away live on the air. All this and more on Barstool Radio
Dave, Tommy and Frankie recap their weekend in Saratoga. The Red Line Radio boys are in New York after officially joining the Barstool umbrella. Dave ribs WhiteSoxDave for classic gum-chewing video, and his argumentative demeanor. Big Cat hosts the show on Friday with the Red Line Radio guys, but first Dave call in to address Pat Mcafee leaving the company. Donnie gets weird, Michigan Man reaches back out to us, and maybe someone should have told Dave Willie McGinest was in the office. All this and more on Barstool Radio
Barstool Radio spends the week in Dave's favorite place in the world, Saratoga. Big money guests like Bob Baffert, Mike Repole and Bradley Weisbord stop by. Baffert doesn't like the name 'Alright Frankie' for Dave's horse and suggests he change it. Repole explains why he is still working after selling two billion dollar companies. Weisbord and Tommy Smokes call some races. YP gets yelled at for sharkwrestling, Dave hit a HR that still hasn't landed, Rico and the Staten Island LLWS team embarrass themselves, and a ton more.
Barstool Radio was the spot for some big Barstool Idol moments. Jon Taffer eviscerated Brett for not doing his job. Michigan Man made himself sounded like a crazy person. The fans are flamed on a new Barstool rivalry: Riggs Vs. Whitney. Nate recaps his night on stage with OAR. Smitty makes an ass out of himself, and Tommy writes a Barstool sitcom. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Rough N Rowdy set record PPV numbers but the weekend didn't exactly go smoothly. Dave gets upset with Carrabis for his promotion efforts. Youngstown Bob and OMB answer for the mural shenanigans. Devlin got the Twitch account suspended. The one thing that did go well was that Gay Pat won his fight. Mr Portnoy doesn't know what a ninja is, Tommy does magic, and much more
Dave has finally made it back from Nantucket, ending his vacation early, looking like snack. A golden brown cookie, to be exact. He address the things that made him go 'hmm' on his vacation, like Ibiza Kayce, Dana B's ex girlfriend's brother, and OMB booking 7am flights. Tex quit and is trying to bring the company down with him, so Dave yells at Smitty because he is part of Tex's core reasoning for leaving the company. It was a wild week for Dave to return.
Smitty finally won Fortnite after almost 100 tries (allegedly). The LCB guys made a movie bracket for the classic summer blockbusters. Dave calls in from Nantucket to put Gizmodo in a bodybag, and promote one of the big RNR fights. Gay Pat gives an update on his fight as well. A woman get her ass beat by a woman who looks like The Big Show. Would you fish your phone out of a port-a-potty? Teanna Trump and Brittany Renner set the internet on fire. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Apparently the only city more disgusting than NYC is Washington D.C. The Barstool Radio Crew survived the wettest heatwave anyone has ever seen and did two shows from The Bullpen. Feitelberg moderates as Jared and Frankie tell their stories from a night out with the Red Sox. The craziest stoolie of all-time makes the show very uncomfortable. Robert Flores joins the show to talk shop about the All-Star game and introduce some new ideas for next year. Jared saved Frankie's life. Tommy is working on building his Two Cents brand. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
It was Pup Punk week and the excitement was palpable around the office. Large stopped by to host and told us some Wall Street hazing stories. Chaps apologizes to Liz for ruining the bathroom right before she went in. Liz murdered a guy because he said he didn't like dogs. Francis joins the show to recap the concert from the night before. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
We're halfway through 2018 and there have been a ton of memorable moments. We launched an entire SIRIUS XM station. Mr Portnoy had hilarious technological trouble. We fired that fuck. We experienced March Madness. Dave went out and proved he could win the US Open. Nate got pied in the face. Terry Collins gave us 'Ass in the Jackpot.' All this and more top highlights from the first half of 2018.
In the week before July 4th, fireworks flew on Barstool Radio. When Ria posted a picture of her sister's engagement, the discussion immediately turned to whether Hank's ass was in the jackpot. In reference to Hank, Ria, and their relationship, Dave spoke to how working at Barstool speeds up the aging process. Ria and Hank didn't appreciate how he phrased what he said and things heated up quick in the radio room. Throw in the fact that Dave was still reeling after taking an L from Liz and things got ugly. Also this week: a gnat unworthy of being called a nemesis gets fired, PFT and Tex take an IQ test, stoolies get engaged, and Kayce recruits the help of Mr. Portnoy.
The Barstool offices have always attracted unique brains, and that was on display in week 77. Tyler O'Day and Wayne Jetski released new music. The Cousins came to NY to do a full day of content at HQ. Large joined the show for a day to talk about the weirdest parts of the World cup, hip-hop, and his cameo in Rudy. Tommy Smokes gives us another glimpse into his weird brain when he tells us about playing basketball in his front yard with imaginary storylines, and his detailed recordkeeping of his Madden player profile. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Your ass is in the jackpot now. A clip of Terry Collins having a meltdown in an ump's face goes viral, and gives the hottest catchphrase of 2018. Kirk Minihane joins the show to air out some dirty WEEI laundry. Reags gets his mud gills. Thursday and Friday is live from the site of the US Open, where defending champion Dave Portnoy and crew talk about how the big name players aren't playing as well as Dave did. Amateurs Matt Parziale and Will Grimmer join the show after their Thursday & Friday rounds respectively. Mr. Portnoy wants some respect, Hank doesn't know how to make Mac and Cheese, Liz saved Katy Perry's life, and much more.
Someone leaked a rumor that the Patriots are trading Gronk, but luckily that turned out not to be true. However, it did turn out that friend of the program Julian Edelman is getting suspended. Large makes his first Barstool Radio appearance since being full-time and gives Dave some financial advice. Dave re-hashes his beef with Chris Webby and Sammy Adams calls in to tell his side of the story. Basic betches, games of 21 and more on Barstool Radio.
LeBron killed the Celtics, and would have killed Dave if he wasn't a stronger man. Most people would turn to dust if LeBron screamed in their face on the wood. It was a big week for rap beefs, which we know a little about. Drake and Pusha T are going head to head so we break down who said what and who is winning, all while re-hashing our own rap beefs with TIKO TEXAS. Rico Bosco finally nails his apology and he is offically #back. Laura Wagner went on a podcast to complain about us, so we do a dramatic table reading. It sounded like the ramblings of insane people. The Barstool Spelling Bee didn't go down like Dave wanted, but that's okay because spelling is the lowest form of human intelligence. New intern Big Ev recaps his first week at HQ. We announce our new hire Large, and take a trip down Internet 1.0 memory road. Piegate updates, 2Man Tuesdays, and more on Barstool Radio.
After saying that he could win the US Open with unlimited mulligans, Dave went out and did it. Pres and Riggs played Shinnecock and Dave proved himself right shooting a -4. It ended up being one of his biggest victories. PFT calls in from Grit Week after Deadspin doxed him. Nate got pied in the face a couple months ago, but hid it from the office. The video surfaced after Nate got slapped while celebrating a Game 7 win, and we go on a warpath to find out who the perp is. Dave calls in a bunch from Nantucket, and more.
With the Celtics dominating the Cavs, Barstool Radio broadcasted live from Hurricane's in Boston. Dave, Kayce, Jared and Coley broke down the Eastern Conference Finals and more with Camille Kostek and Brian Scalabrine. Back at HQ Riggs joins KFC to talk about gambling on the weather, and Mr. Portnoy chimes in because his pal Cousin Riggs is on another show thats not Mike and the Murrdog. Ryan Whitney got chirped by the Golden Knights because he's a muppet, so we get him to call in from the driving range. All that and more on Barstool Radio.
The Celtics took care of the 76ers, but you wouldn't be able to tell that from inside the 76ers arena. Dave makes fun of the all the Philly scumbags for celebrating prematurely, especially Louis. Louis also reveals that he hasn't been placing Smitty's bets and keeping the money for himself. Katie Nolan makes the news because of her $1M paycheck, which makes Pres worth $100M. Laura Wagner somehow has a paycheck at all after taking yet another shot at Univison. NHL legend Jeremy Roenick drops by to talk playoff puck and NHL 94. The Barstool softball team, led by Brett prepares for their first game. Mr. Portnoy helps Dave decide what he should do for Mother's Day. All that and more on Barstool Radio.
The Boston/Philly rivalry develops a new layer with the Celtics and 76ers facing off in the NBA playoffs. That means it's Dave versus the Philly scumbags once again. They aren't the only scumbags however, as the show debates whether or not Capitals' Tom Wilson is one himself, after a cheap shot to a Penguins' player's head. We sent Gaz out to the Facebook Summit, and he predictably posted all the interesting stuff to his personal social media. Pup Punk finally puts an end to the office controversy as to who will be their new drummer. We've also got mulligans, Avengers, and Office Manager Brett's bronzed up ankles on this week's Best of Barstool Radio.
Monday starts off with some housecleaning, or rather YP's lack thereof. He had an overnight rager at HQ and didn't clean up after himself, which made Erika and Dave pretty mad. Kevin is pumped up that Mike Francesa is coming back. The Bruins had a big Game 7 that Dave almost didn't make because of travel issues, but luckily he did because his post-game coverage was "Borat-Level" according to Rear Admiral. The Most Interesting Man In The World stops by to share some wisdom and nice tequila. WEEI tries to steal Carrabis away from us, so we get Mr Portnoy on the line to figure out if we need to sue Jared, WEEI or both. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
The show opens up with a recap of Rough N Rowdy 3. Thrill Ride lost a tough battle, but at least everyone but Brett had a great time in Charlotte. Kevin made baseball Twitter hardos so mad by dancing on @PitchingNinja's grave that they wrote articles about it and brought his family into their Twitter beef. Mr. Portnoy claimed he wore makeup on MMDFCRTH, so he calls in to clarify because he was obviously misconstrued. Dave takes some monster hits of weed, and we tune into Smitty's Twitch Stream on 4/20. All this and a ton more on Barstool Radio.
Sometimes you have a good tweet and no one sees it. But sometimes people like Viceroy Manager Tyler O'Day steal that good tweet, prop it up as their own, and go viral. On Monday the BSR crew admonish Tyler for his criminal behavior, but luckily for him, the people he stole the tweet from graciously accepted his apology. The Yankees and Red Sox got into a benches clearing brawl, so that means the rivalry is BACK. Friday was Rough N Rowdy fight night, so we previewed Thrill Ride's bout against the Bavarian Creampuff. All that and more on Barstool Radio.
On the day of the Final Four, the Pardon My Take guys and Dave broadcast live from a broom closet in San Antonio with everyone's best pal Chaps. Tommy Smokes stays hot and keeps bringing Dave winners. He even pulls out a Red Sox win on the air. Friday is a big day as the Masters consumes the office. Riggs lets Troll Cat get the best of him. Erika calls in to dunk on Univision after they stabbed in her the back. All this and more on Barstool Radio
After going on a red-hot gambling streak, Dave realizes that he has no choice but to make Tommy Smokes move into his apartment. The only problem is that nobody paid Dave's electric bill so he has no power. Mr. Portnoy and Dave's brother-in-law Mark call in to tell us why they aren't surprised by that. YP and Kmarko created the porn bracket to end all porn brackets and our old friend Asa Akira joins the roundtable discussion. Opening Day is finally here and Kevin knows the Mets will break his heart again. Foreplay's Sunshine claims he could score a basket on Kawhi Leonard and Trill Withers joins the show to tell him that he is very wrong. All this and more on Barstool Radio
After a thrilling weekend of college basketball, Hank Clem and Zah are headed to Vegas, but Hank might be in the doghouse because it will take place during his one-year anniversary with Ria. KFC and Feits chat with Adam, Blake, and Ders from the show Workaholics about comedy, porn and sending nudes to the wrong person. Dave mushed Facebook and Liz has a genius idea to start a Netflix pup-up shop. Kayce has a guy that keeps texting her despite her being very not interested, so we do a live-reading of her creeper's texts. Over-the pants fingering is all the rage so we need Uncle Chaps to weigh-in, and he gives us another classic audioblog. Thrill Ride's opponent is announced, Feits and KFC are cloning their dicks, an Ot Elmore appearance, and more on this week's edition of Barstool Radio.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. To go along with the NCAA Tournament, Tiger Woods is making golf great again. The Foreplay boys dropped by to tell everyone that Tiger is BACK. The band members of Pup Punk might be teaming up with Good Charlotte for Warped Tour. Loud Sean's one-year drinking suspension is over so he might be heading to Vegas. The crew finishes out the week with the birth of a star, Tommy Smokes. He and Dave do tantalizing play-by-play of the highs and lows of March Madness that will leave you wanting more. Everything is coming up Barstool.
With Dave doing big brain things out in LA, the rest of Barstool's talent was showcased this week on Barstool Radio. Uncle Chaps was in town and when he wasn't getting roasted for taking a bad picture he was reading audioblogs and holding hands, banging coconuts and his mother in-laws diarrhea. Kevin opens the floor to any and all of the cube monkeys out there to tell us about their war stories from the cube. Jon Taffer stops by to give Dave some advice on how to run his company, and makes plans to fix our bar. Shout out Tim Cobbit.
After a great weekend in Boca Del Vista, the cousins tell us all about how awesome their trip was. After Dave disapproves of Justin Thomas shenanigans on the golf course, he writes a manifesto on how to fix golf. Liz proves again how naive she is about customers wanting to bang her, after she tells a story about waiting on Tiger Woods. Glory Days is back and we recap one of the most 'Barstool' Barstool videos of all time in the Burger Taste Test. Friend of the show Brendan Schaub joins the show and Dave gives him advice on how not to turn into a schmo. Rapaport challenges Dave to Rough N Rowdy and Dave accepts his challenge but only under his terms. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Things just keep coming up Smitty. Not only did he beat $20 Chef in Rough N Rowdy, but he also got Michael Rapaport fired into Bolivian. The crew spends the week stuffing Rapaport into bodybag after bodybag after bodybag. While keeping one eye on Rapaport, Dave had the other eye on Rone and his voodoo magic. Mr. Portnoy invited the Cousins down for a family retreat and everyone but Dave had FOMO as we watched the rag-tag crew land and get acclimated to Del Boca Vista. We debut a new segment called Glory Days, Bill Burr gives us a shoutout for Rough N Rowdy, and more.
The Rough N Rowdy tension was so contagious in Barstool HQ this week that even non-Barstool employees were looking to fight somebody. While Smitty fought the likes of Dave Portnoy, $20 Chef and Fuckstick McHerpesface, Paige Spiranac battled Britt McHenry over the phone about Paige's SI swimsuit appearance. SI swimsuit model Camille Kostek joined the show as well and she got into it with Dave about the irony of wearing clothes with your name on it. Legendary blogger 'Large' from Take A Report joined the show on Thursday to talk about fighting Ray Bourque and the old days of blogging on Internet 1.0. Kelly Keegs hangs out with us on Friday as we close out the weekend by jamming to OAR's new song of the summer. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
After achieving an all-time high when the Eagles won the Super Bowl, Smitty spent the entire week at an all-time low because of #Dickgate. Smitty and Pres butted heads about filming Smitty in the shower, and it got to the point that even Deadspin wrote an article about it. Through of all this, Dave was impressed with the author of the article, Laura Wagner, and courted her over the air. Guest appearances include Mr. Portnoy talking about Mike & The MurrDog, Rico Bosco remembering Whitney Houston, and Brian Scalabrine and Michael Rapaport discussing the NBA Trade Deadline. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Who needs Radio Row? Broadcasting live from Cowboys Jack's in Minneapolis for the Super Bowl, Barstool Radio put asses in the seats all week. We went to war with Bleacher Report, defending Tom Brady's kids, and battled Philly trash. Best of all, the show was jam-packed with awesome guests like Team Portnoy members Greg Olsen and Kyle Rudolph, WEEI host Kirk Minihane, NFL news-breaker/famous UFC trainer Jay Glazer, former San Diego Chargers QB Ryan Leaf, Patriots WR Julian Edelman, and the #1 stand-up comedian in the world, Kevin Hart.
The Eagles won the NFC Championship game sending all the Eagles fans in the office into chaos. Smitty, Rone, Fran and Lightswitch Lou all tried their best not to let Dave get in their head, and drew a literal line in the sand against him. Mike and the MurrDog featuring Cousin Riggs the host debuted to a smashing success, so Mr. Portnoy used his leverage to negotiate a unique pay structure with Dave, while also battling an array of technical difficulties throughout the week. Uncle Chaps calls in to discuss waxing his dick, Zah tells us his favorite kind of porn, and more on Barstool Radio.
With Rush 93 in the rear view mirror, we make our much anticipated debut on Power 85. Liz Gonzales is introduced as the third member of Barstool Radio, and Mr. Portnoy and Cousin Murray get their show Mike & The Murrdog officially green lit. After shooting his shot on Twitter, Zah is close to banging porn star Victoria June. We talk to NFLers T.J. Ward about being Patriots fans' most hated player, and new Barstool Breakfast host Willie Colon about Jets WR Robby Anderson. After getting murdered by KFC and Blackjack Fletcher last week, Rico refuses to call into the show all week. In the last moments of Friday's show, Rico rises from the dead in electrifying fashion. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
After much anticipation, we have Mr. Michael Portnoy Esq. and Cousin Murray on the line at the same time. While Mr. Portnoy dislikes the idea that this call was an "audition," their undeniable chemistry is put on display in front of the Barstool audience. Mr. Portnoy calls back after he hears Dave tell the Saturn story again.
On Barstool Radio's last full week on Rush 93, we start off on a sad note. Kevin addresses the Barstool audience after getting caught cheating on his wife over the weekend. Nate battles with Dave over a blog about Johnny Manziel, and refuses to make content with Smitty for Rough N Rowdy. Blackjack Fletcher joins us in studio to discuss his developing rivalry with Rico Bosco. Mr. Portnoy is still trying to convince Dave to give him and Cousin Murray a SIRIUS Show, and we discover Grant the Trucker. All this and more on Barstool Radio, starting this Wednesday on POWER 85.
After making his debut yesterday, Grant the Trucker makes a triumphant return. He made his own Twitter just to follow the show so we encourage the audience to follow him. We take calls about delivery drivers and Frankie gets roasted when he won't make a Call Of The Day noise without Dave on the show.
Blackjack Fletcher has been picking winner after winner after winner. We bring him in studio to discuss how his gambling prowess has created a rivalry with Rico Bosco. Rico calls in, but is clearly affected by the news that broke about Kevin over the weekend. The fire Rico calls with clearly isn't there, which makes it clear that Blackjack has taken the throne of Barstool gambling shark away from him.
Nate and Dave go at each other after Nate takes several shots at Dave in his latest blog trashing Johnny Football. This leads to Dave questioning whether or not Nate is a company man, specifically because he wouldn't do video content where he is Smitty's trainer for his upcoming Rough N Rowdy fight. Smitty comes in to yell at Nate for not wanting to do what he perceives is best for the company.
Dave was a guest on Tucker's Carlson show on Friday so we call up Mr. Portnoy to hear what he thought about Dave going on FOX News. Mr. Portnoy thought Dave did pretty well aside from the shape his hair was in. A stoolie made what looked like a video intro for Mr. Portnoy's not-yet confirmed SIRIUS show, and it duped Mr. Portnoy into thinking his show had been greenlit. Mr. Portnoy wants to do an interview-style show because he can be better than Larry King, especially with the help of his jokester best friend Cousin Murray.
After a long holiday break, the first week of Barstool Radio got off to the hottest, yet coldest start you've ever seen. The show broadcasted from the frigid Barstool Radio studios that were so cold a space heater couldn't even warm them up before blowing out all the technology in the control room. Despite the room being so cold all week, Dave was able to bring the heat on Fran for taking an extended vacation, the boondoggle boys for boondoggling again, Office Manager Brett just because, and ESPN for publishing fake news about the Patriots. Barstool Radio heating things up in 2018.
Dave calls up his dad to ask him if there were any legal ramifications of naming his source of information in relation to today's Patriots story. After a short phone call with Mr. Portnoy we merge shows with WEEI so we can talk to Mike Lombardi about the Patriots. When we realize Lombardi is no longer on the show we hang up on Glenn Ordway and WEEI. We call Mr. Portnoy back and all hell breaks loose when the power goes out in the Barstool Radio control room.
It was one of those days around the office where everyone was feeling Dave's wrath. Dave asks Office Manager Brett what exactly his new promotion entails, and that conversation ends up bringing an issue with the Foreplay boys to light. Dave accuses the Foreplay boys of boondoggling again, so Riggs throws a tantrum and cancels their coverage of the Waste Management Open.
Fran makes a bold move by taking an extended vacation after the holiday break, and Dave notices. He would have liked her to be a part of today's radio show but she is nowhere to be found. Fran calls in and does her best to explain herself, but she gets stuck with a new nickname that probably isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
The first show of 2018 was done from inside a refrigerator a.k.a. the Barstool Radio room. Even though it's 2018 we still haven't figured out how to keep the radio room above freezing. Dave and Francis randomly saw each other out in NYC three days in a row, so they are basically best friends now. Carrabis has slowly become one of the biggest hardos in the office and it is starting to annoy Dave.
The first year of Barstool Radio was so damn good they gave us a channel. The Best of 2017 podcast has all the best moments from 2017 including: Our very first segment (0:32-14:54) Grudgement Day (14:56-52:55) the birth of Frank the Tank (53:49-1:07:15) the battle for Nate's WSOP winnings (1:07:16-1:32:37) discovering Zah, and his first day in the office (1:33:35-1:52:50) Feitelberg after the Pats lost to the Chiefs Week 1 (1:52:51-2:04:46) Chaps fuckin weird (2:04:48-2:16:21) Big Cat getting in trouble for pissing in the sink (2:16:22-2:24:06) KFC vs. Rico Bosco (2:24:07-2:36:17) Murdering Adam Best and playing in the mud (2:36:19-3:03:35) Hank's victory lap after Rough N Rowdy (3:03:37-3:25:16) and our last segment of 2017 (3:25:17-3:30:00).
The final week of Barstool Radio in 2017 had just about everything. Handsome Hank joined the show to recap his victorious weekend in Rough N Rowdy, and got congratulatory calls from Rico Bosco and Mr. Portnoy. Roger Goodell tried to pull a fast one on us by selling 'Sundays Are For The Boys" t-shirts, but we wouldn't let that slide. Zah has been working at Barstool since the summer, and never told anybody that he's seen aliens before. He tells us all about his firsthand experience of the Ariel Phenomenon. The Barstool Christmas party did Frankie dirty, and created some office drama centered around Dave's wardrobe. KFC has one last violent Mets rant to finish off 2017.
It's the last show of 2017 and not much has changed. Once again, Mets ownership causes Kevin to lose his mind. Kevin has another all-time Mets rant because Jeff Wilpon has no idea what he is doing.
Dave has worn the same jacket in his pizza reviews for the last month, so he was pretty pissed to see Office Manager Brett wearing the same one at the company Christmas party last night. He can't believe the advertisers thought it was smart to send an entire box of jackets to HQ so guys like Brett and Robbie Fox end up wearing them. Dave gets the co-founder of the jacket company on the phone to ask them how they let this happen.
Zah has been working at Barstool for 5 months and never told anybody that he's seen aliens. How is this possible? Zah details his firsthand experience of the historically documented "Ariel School UFO sighting" when he was 5-years-old. He also tells a bonus story of using a witch doctor to punish one of his enemies.
Nobody knows how merciless the merch game can be better than Feitelberg, and this time he's the victim. Roger Goodell and the NFL are jacking his idea by selling "Sundays Are For The" themed shirts for every team. Kevin and Feits actually respect the hell out of this move, however villainous it may be. We call Mr. Michael Portnoy Esq. for some legal advice and his accent incepts Kevin's brain.
The intensity of the Barstool office was at an all time high. Eagles fans were upset over the Carson Wentz injury, Mets/Red Sox fans were angry at the Giancarlo Stanton trade, and everyone else was getting jacked up for Rough N Rowdy on Friday night. We reminisce about the Blackout Tour days where we were making a ton of money, throwing crazy foam parties, and fighting entire fraternities for our survival. Judd Apatow appears as a guest on the show for the second time. Brendan Schaub calls in to give his expert MMA opinion on Hank vs. Tex. Dave calls in the day of the fight from a West Virginia Chick-Fil-A to give an update on how things are going, and tell a story about going to the strip club the night before. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Dave calls in live from a Chick-fil-A in West Virginia. The animosity between Hank and Tex is growing after Tex said some shit about Ria, and Hank pantsed Tex. Dave tells a wild story about going to a West Virginia strip club and seeing something insanely strange.
A caller asks the KFC Radio guys if Hank has secretly been training in underground fight clubs, which reminds Feitelberg of the time he and Gaz had to fight off a ton of frat brothers during the Blackout tour days. A picture surfaces from around the time of the incident where Feits has a shaved head, Gaz has hair, and they both have black eyes.
With Rough N Rowdy just a few days away, we reminisce about the other large events we have put on in the past, specifically the Barstool Blackout Tour. Julie Stewart-Binks learns all about the history of the Blackout Tour, from putting the shows together, to Glenn the Foam Guy, to the press coverage that tried to sink the pirate ship. We look back on one of Dave's favorite Barstool videos ever, 'Barstool Sports is a pirate."
Noah Syndergaard has deleted all his old Instagram photos of his ex-girlfriend, which means he's back in the running as NYC's most eligible athlete, along with Giancarlo Stanton and Kristaps Porzingis. Dave believes that he and Kristaps have similar chances at picking up hot chicks because nobody wants to date a goofy-looking 7'3 Latvian dude. We also revisit some of Dave's best commentary from last year's Rough N Rowdy.
Passion ran hot at Barstool HQ this week with Rough N Rowdy just around the corner. Intense arguments like 'Would Wayne Gretzky make it in today's NFL?" and "Is Conor McGregor cheating on his girl with Rita Ora?" consumed the office. Dave has become obsessed with trying to obtain as much Bitcoin as he can, despite not knowing anything about it. Big Cat and Ria admit that they are a little nervous at the prospect of Hank losing to Tex in RnR, and Tex tries to fight Big Cat in the studio. 15-Year-Old Steve also came in to hangout with us for his 16th birthday, but he'll always be 15 in our hearts.
As Rough N Rowdy 1: There Will Be Blood approaches, Ria and Big Cat are starting to get a little nervous that Hank won't beat Tex. Big Cat calls Tex a pussy, and this prompts the two to engage in fisticuffs. Kevin met his hero Mike Francesa yesterday, and that reminds Dave of the time his dad called Boston radio host Eddie Andelman to defend a boxer named Dangerous Dana Rosenblatt. Andelman called Mr. Portnoy a pinhead and Dave will never forget it.
Chaps is in town for the Army-Navy game this weekend, and his decision-making on what to order for lunch would surprise you. Michael Rapaport tries to give Chaps healthy suggestions in between loud, sickly-sounding coughs. Donald Trump is getting roasted on the internet because it seems like his dentures were falling out during a very important speech. Pres tells a story about what Captain Cons did at last year's Army-Navy game.
People are mad online about Dave's latest pizza review because of the way Dave treated a homeless guy. However, the homeless guy knew about apps, had nice shoes, and said artichoke pizza was the best kind of pizza, so we have doubts he was even homeless at all. A WFAN caller asked Mike Francesa if he was on Team Portnoy, which led to Mike giving us props for our edginess. Despite how much he likes our Francesa-inspired t-shirts, he says he will not be joining Barstool after his run at WFAN is over next week.
Frankie poses a hypothetical to Julie: Could 1984 Wayne Gretzky make an NHL team in the year 2017? Frankie says that since the style of play was so different back then that Gretzky wouldn't even be able to make an NHL roster today. Ryan Whitney and Stu Feiner call in to tell Frankie how absolutely wrong his take is.
Everybody seemed to be arguing with each other in a contentious week at Barstool Headquarters. Some of the most heated debates your ears have ever heard took place right here on Barstool Radio. Age-old questions like 'Would you rather have a real or a fake Christmas tree?' and 'Is it called a cheese doodle or a cheese puff?' were fought over with fury. Pat McAfee and the Heartland boys stopped by on Monday to host the show and participate in or our Cyber Monday Telethon. Jared Carrabis claims he would not change lives with Justin Timberlake. Kevin brings in his hair stylist so she can passionately lobby Dave to let her cut his hair. World Series of Poker legend Phil Hellmuth stops by talk some cards and take your calls. Mr. Portnoy, Clem, and Rico Bosco make major contributions this week as well. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Kevin started a dramatic debate on Twitter this morning about how fake Christmas trees are better than real Christmas trees, and it carried over into the show. Kevin is Team Fake Tree because he's too lazy to get a real one and then have to clean it up afterward. Dave forces Frankie to play Oh Hanukkah much to Kevin's dismay. We also have two callers who are excited about the upcoming Rough 'N" Rowdy fight.
The only thing left to eat in the snack room at Barstool HQ is regular Cheetos, which stinks because Dave believes Baked Cheetos are the better kind. This leads to the Barstool Radio crew getting into a heated debate about what the correct nomenclature of cheese based snacks are. Are they doodles? Are they puffs? Or are they curls? We bring on an expert, Clem to discuss. When Dave doesn't like Clem's answer, he wants to get his mother on the line, but instead we get Mr. Portnoy, who goes on a tangent about the Milano cookies he eats for breakfast.
World Series of Poker legend Phil Hellmuth joins today's show to talk about his WSOP success, the poker boom of the mid-2000's, Phil Ivey and more. Dave tells a funny poker story involving his friend Elio, and Rico Bosco makes an appearance as well.
When Kevin poses the question 'is there anyone you would rather be than Prince Harry?' Carrabis almost answers Justin Timberlake, but decides he is happy being himself. Kevin and Dave laugh, dismiss him, and call him an idiot. Kevin and Dave never get along better than when they are making jokes at Jared's expense.
On a short week before the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the show breaks down the upcoming Eagles/Pats Super Bowl, more Sean Kingston, awkward office encounters, overs, and if Christmas is better than Thanksgiving. Fran joins the show because the Eagles do nothing but win, and are looking like the favorite to win the NFC. On Tuesday, Dave and Big Cat watch Iowa-South Dakota State down to the final seconds to see if the over hits. Starting 9 producer Justin joins the show because he walked in on Dave in the bathroom. Kevin and Big Cat spend the day before Thanksgiving debating Thanksgiving vs. Christmas, taking calls from our top guys like Rico and Steve, and learning about nerd stuff from All Business Pete. All that and more on Barstool Radio.
Happy Thanksgiving Eve to all the Barstool Radio listeners. Kevin is not planning on enjoying his Thanksgiving because he has to host. Big Cat defends Thanksgiving as a great holiday, mainly because football is on. Big Cat also makes fun of All Business Pete because he doesn't actually do any work, and Trent makes a guest appearance because he'll be all alone on Thanksgiving.
On today's show Big Cat and Dave live and die with every play from the Iowa/South Dakota State game, which looked like it was being played in a high school gymnasium. The outcome is decided in the final minutes of the show. Starting 9 producer Justin Havens also makes an appearance after he walked in on Dave taking a shit.
Week 47 gets off to an intense start when Tex faces off against Team Hank (Hank, Ria & Big Cat)in the first of what should be many rounds of shit-talking. We go in a totally different direction the next day when Carl Lentz a.k.a. Hot Pastor joins the show. Carl reads select quotes from a blog Dave wrote about him, gives us a look into his connection with Justin Bieber, then sticks around to take some calls. Mr. Portnoy calls in and asks Dave for his own show and our upcoming SIRIUS channel, and calls in again the next day to berate Kevin for not having seen The Godfather. Former Edmonton Oiler legend Ryan Whitney also spends an entire show with us getting mocked by Dave and telling NHL fight stories. Only on Barstool Radio.
Zah starts us off by revealing two things: he used to be an underground porn smuggler, and he has never seen The Godfather. This prompts Kevin to say he also, has never seen The Godfather. Mr. Portnoy and Rear Admiral call in to admonish Kevin for never having seen this all-time classic.
Jared Carrabis hasn't been in the office in days? Weeks? Months? Years? No one knows, and Dave wants to know where he is. Turns out he's on vacation in Florida so we make him call in to explain himself. Afterwards, the crew gets into a heated debate about who is better looking between Chris Pratt and Chris Pine.
On today's episode of Barstool Radio we are joined by former Edmonton Oiler and current Barstool podcast host Ryan Whitney. Whit talks with us about he current conditions of the Goalie Challenge, and his NHL fighting career. Whit and Dave also get into a heated disagreement about pizza which dissolves into name-calling.
On the first edition of Barstool Radio Happy Hour, we are joined by Carl Lentz a.k.a. 'Hot Pastor' who is known for his close relationship with Justin Bieber and several NBA players. Dave reads a blog he wrote about him in July titled 'Bieber's Boy Toy Pastor Is Hot And Dangerous.'
It was a rare week on Barstool Radio, in that we were able to sit back and watch other people battle controversy instead of doing it ourselves. WEEI's Kirk Minihane joins the show to weigh in on Mike Felger mocking Roy Halladay's death. Dave formulates a tweet on-air that dunks on Sam Ponder after news comes out that Sunday NFL Countdown's ratings are tanking. Mr. Michael Portnoy Esquire (who wants to be known as Michael Taylor from now on) calls in to let us know he was going on Pardon My Take. Dave gets really mad on Friday because the website isn't working, and we reminisce about all the times Dave has made employees cry. We also talk catfishing and dick popping on this edition of Barstool Radio.
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Baseball season is finally over and the Houston Astros are your 2017 World Series Champions. Dave calls in from California to rub Clayton Kershaw's performance in Jared's face. Chris 'Mad Dog' Russo calls in after Game 7 to talk with the Starting 9 crew about the postseason and to what to expect in the offseason. Rone is back on the show to dish out hot takes about Hollywood and aliens. Frankie is at war with the cleaning crew after they stole his stuff, and we have couple's therapy with Ria and Hank after #Canklegate. UFC superstar and Reebok athlete Paige VanZant joins the show on Friday to promote UFC217 and to remind everyone she can beat up not only her brother, but her dad too. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Mud! Mud! We love Mud! We're absolutely, positively wild about mud! On this edition of Barstool Radio the gang flexes their mud gills as we watch everyone on the internet unsuccessfully try to fight us in our domain. Pat McAfee is in NYC with the Heartland gang, and he came with us to SIRIUS to talk to Bill Nye. He also told the story of when he "allegedly" went drunk swimming in a canal and got locked up in the slammer. Jared Carrabis gives Dave more reasons to make fun of him, Rico Bosco rises from the dead, and KFC figures out a way to protect Dave from himself using a tornado siren. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
On Week 43 of Barstool Radio, the Barstool Pirate Ship continues to sail, despite the best efforts of people like Adam C Best, Sam Ponder, and American Express trying to sink it. It was a great week for Nate. He started out by trolling Shaun King into oblivion, but that was far from his best work. He also zipped Adam C Best into a bodybag, tied a cinderblock to it, and threw it over the side of the pirate ship and watched it sink to the bottom of the ocean. We had prestigious guests such as Mr. Michael Portnoy Esquire and LPGA golfer Paige Spiranac call in to help us defend ourselves from the cannonballs that are trying to sink our ship. Dave goes to war with American Express because they can't stop fraud on his card while also letting him keep his points, and Jared Carrabis reveals he has turned seven women into lesbians. SEVEN. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
On this week's edition of Barstool Radio, no one escapes the wrath of the Stool. Carrabis gets tortured by the Yankees and Astros fans in the office, Michael Rapaport's guy Tommy G gets embarrassed by KFC on Twitter, Elika Sandeghi gets dragged by the entire Barstool universe, and Rico Bosco gets murdered live on the air. The biggest internal storyline of the week was the announcement of Pardon My Take's new television show on ESPN 2, Barstool Van Talk. But as always, the internet decided it had other plans when Elika Sandeghi tried to (unsuccessfully) drag our names through the mud before we could make the announcement official. Michael Rapaport joined BSR in studio on Wednesday to defend his podcast co-host Tommy G after KFC mocked him on Twitter, and his retaliation went too far. Rap also gets disappointed by Rico Bosco, and KFC possibly ends his career for good this time. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
For Week 41 of Barstool Radio, you start off with a little Angry Dave, mix in a little playoff baseball, sprinkle some AIM sound effects on top, and feed it to Vince Wilfork. The beginning of the week starts off with Dave complaining about everything from not being able to watch the Patriots on NFL Red Zone, to Coley missing Monday's show, to somebody using his credit card to buy Ubers, to Za pissing too much, to not having any clean underwear. On Wednesday he takes it all out on Ding-Dong Brains Jared Carrabis, who is the worst baseball analyst Dave has ever seen (watch Starting 9 every Sunday-Thursday.) Thursday belonged to Vince Wilfork, who was able to turn KFC from a hater into a friend in about 30 seconds. He joined us to talk about being the pound for pound best athlete of all-time. And he also came through with a delivery of beer and booze. On Friday, Big Cat, Kevin, Jared and Coley mourned the death of AIM, and reminisced about the late 1990's-early 2000's internet. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Week 40 of Barstool Radio broadcasted live from the Barstool Heartland Headquarters in Indianapolis. Team Portnoy traveled to the midwest to team up with Team McAfee for a weekend of college football and pizza reviews, followed by a half a week of shenanigans back at the Heartland offices. Dave and Pat recap their crazy weekend, the NFL, how much better Heartland HQ is, bringing animals into the office, and getting Big Cat to stop pissing in the kitchen sink. The cast of Curb Your Enthusiasm joins Kevin and Feitelberg at the end of the week to talk about how filthy rich Larry David is, and preview their new season which premieres October 1st. All this and more on Week 40 of Barstool Radio.
Week 39 was a very divisive week in Barstool Headquarters. Feitelberg went to war with anyone who has ever rode a bicycle, and it last the entire week. Between getting his Twitter suspended multiple times, making Facebook rant videos about running them over, and arguing with a real cyclist on the radio, Feitelberg had enough interactions with bikers to last a lifetime. Kevin tries to start a divide in the office by encouraging people to announce where their allegiances stand; with him or with Dave. Kayce Smith joins us to help decide if Dave is being thirsty on Twitter or not, and we also end the week with a KFC Radio Friday. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Week 38 is in the books. On Monday, Michael Rapaport bursted into the studio to continue the feud he had with Fronnie over the weekend. Tuesday was spent at SIRIUS HQ with Danny McBride. We talked about the new season of his HBO show Vice Principals, how he is richer than Dave, and all his favorite curse words. Wednesday and Thursday were all about the Nate Dogg. When he wasn't bitching about the quality of the water in the office, he was writing fire blogs ranking the 40 best employees of Barstool under 40. And as it starts to become an every Friday sort of thing, the KFC Radio boys end the week with talk of lesbian chat rooms and putting cocaine in your ass, with a little help from Jared Carrabis. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
It was a short, but very entertaining week of Barstool Radio. On Tuesday we were joined by Julie Stewart-Binks to recap the weekend of college football, and got a call from Mr. Portnoy to complain about the issues his "Mr. Johnson" is having in his new underwear. Dave leaves for Boston on Wednesday to execute #OperationClownface, which unfortunately means that he missed Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer in the office. Thursday was the season opener for the Pats, and open season for KMarko. While Dave was distributing clownface towels out to Pats fans, KMarko was distributing deathblows to clowns on the internet. Also Chaps calls in to explain that he fucks weird. Friday we recap the success of #OperationClownface despite the Pats opening night loss, interview the rat fuckin' narc that is @OldTakesExposed, and pepper All Business Pete about his terrible haircut and love for murdering dogs. All this and more on Barstool Radio.
Week 36 of Barstool Radio was as star-studded as any week we've had so far. Monday we came out firing with Jay Baruchel and Colton Orr, who dropped by to promote their new movie Goon: The Last of the Enforcers, and to ragdoll Smitty. On Tuesday Pres and KFC put CNBC in their place for doubting our ability to keep the Pardon My Take boys on the pirate ship, and put Smitty in a bodybag for stealing Kevin's shoes. Wednesday belonged to Chris Jericho and the From the Top Rope Boys. Jericho gave us some life tips so that maybe one day, we too, can be as handsome, smart, and talented as he is. On Thursday we brought in the hottest new band in the music scene, Pup Punk to debut their new song 'Back to Skewl' (Tonight), and Pat McAfee also came on to promote his new upcoming podcast, Laces Out. Unfortunately on Friday, a lot of people weren't in the office, so they missed Owen Wilson and Sir Michael Caine who were in the office to promote their movie about flying airplanes through Russian tornadoes. Baruchel, Orr, Jericho, Wilson, Caine, Portnoy, and you. This is Barstool Radio.
Week 35 of Barstool Radio is so bright, that we gotta wear shades. Literally. We start out Monday talking about the solar eclipse which became a cultural phenomenon for the day. On Tuesday we recap filming the Rundown during the eclipse, and the irony of seeing the actor who played Moonlight Graham in Field of Dreams. Before the boys took off for Sin City, we were able to fit in some Tiger Woods dick talk. We can't go a week without dick talk. It's our brand now. For the second half of the week, Dave, Robbie Fox and the Young and Happy boys hold the show down from Radio Row. Brendan Schaub takes Dave's side when it comes to bringing a smokeshow with him to the fight over Robbie Fox. On Friday, Big Cat and PFTCommenter from Pardon My Take host the show with Michael Rapaport, who is able to bring us Ice Cube, but not Stephen A. Smith. Robbie Fox instigates a fight with Floyd Mayweather Sr., and is lucky he walked away with his life. All this and more on Barstool Radio, live from Radio Row in Las Vegas.
Living the "No Days Off" mantra of one Bill Belichick, Dave is spending the entire week in Nantucket. Without Dave around, it was only a matter of time for Spider Monkey Nate to start causing chaos, and this time his victim is Francis. Nate posted a screenshot of Francis leaving early on a Friday and that leads to some harsh words thrown at each other from across the radio studio. On Wednesday, we lightened it up a little bit and talked about dicks. A lot of dicks. Big ones, small ones, famous ones, curved ones and circumsized ones. Everybody has an expert opinion. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, better known as Jaime Lannister joined the show on Thursday. Charlie Wisco Feitelberg and KFC interview him from SIRIUS HQ about his upcoming movie, Game of Thrones, and everything that Feitelberg hates about him (he's handsome, famous, and just an all-around great guy). Kevin can't make it into work on Friday because his house is underwater, so the Foreplay boys and Caleb hold down the show. They create a new segment called "Pepperin' Pete" where we bring in All Business Pete and pepper him with intrusive and personal questions for you (really our) enjoyment. All this and more on Barstool Radio Week 34.
After Monday and Tuesday were so intense they deserved their own podcast, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday came through with that HEAT. On Wednesday, Kevin and Dave are at each other's throats again after Dave and Frankie spent a wonderful evening at Citi Field with Kevin's mortal enemy and owner of the Mets, Jeff Wilpon. Gay Pat drew out the Barstool critics and anti-semitic neo-nazis with some questionable blogs, which is exactly the opposite of what Dave wanted him to do. That set up the scene for Thursday, where Dave put not one, but TWO cowardly, fraudulent LOSERS in bodybags. If you listen closely, you can still hear Baked Alaska and Clay Travis trying to undo the zippers from the inside. On Friday, Dave is actually around to do the show. Not satisfied with the two bodybags he filled on Thursday, Dave stuffs a horse racing commentator into a bodybag of his own. Dave gets riled up about Roger Goodell and also does some of his own play-by-play while we watch the races in Saratoga. YP gets bodies by Nate, Frankie might secretly be a Nazi and more on this special edition of Barstool Radio.
It has come to Dave's attention that Glenny Ball has become too large for it's own good. But how exactly did that happen? Well, no one really knows because no one wants to take the blame. Glenny, Ria, Office Manager Brett, Louis, and Gaz all throw one another under the bus while explaining to Dave how 20,000 invites were sent for a 150-person party. Stars such as Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, Sara Underwood, Zac Efron, Nick Jonas, Baron Davis and Mo Vaughn all received invites, but Frankie couldn't even get his buddies on the guest list. Determined not to let the Glenny Ball chaos ruin his moment at Barstool, Zah the black African midget from Zimbabwe bursts through the door, climbs on the table and berates Smitty for a mistake made over the weekend. Only on Barstool Radio.
Week 32 of Barstool Radio is in the books and it was one for the ages. Kevin Clancy returns from his 8-month paternity leave much to Dave's dismay. Kevin spent his entire paternity leave harassing Dave online, so Dave kept a record of all the things that Kevin did to bug him. You would have thought Kevin never left the way they weren't getting along. Things got heated up when word got around Peter Rosenberg was trashing Barstool on Hot 97. Rosenberg ultimately called in for a "civil" discussion, but only after Pres spends the first 15 minutes of the showing calling him a cowardly, fraudulent, self-loathing whiteboy. Robbie Fox and Rone give everyone a recap of their first experiences with Phish, and more importantly, their first experience with nitrous. We discover our fanbase is much more diverse than we think when Da Midget Zimbo, an African midget from Zimbabwe calls in to say FUCK Peter Rosenberg. YP goes searching for buried treasure, Chaps is buying service dogs for vets, the callers take us to some WEIRD places, and more on this episode of Barstool Radio
Week 31 has come and gone and would you look at that, Nate is the topic of discussion for the second consecutive week after the Alpha Dawg tackled YP during a filming of Stool Scenes. Nate Dawg questions the credibility of Stool Scenes and goes to war over it with Dave and Big Cat. Former MLB Pitcher, and newest Barstool employee Dallas Braden joins the show to talk about throwing perfect games, smoking weed and hating ARod. Uncle Chaps comes in studio and talks about training dogs in the military and how sometimes the best thing to do is just piss on them until they listen. Chaps also has some takes for why it would be better for males to not have testicles. Smitty tells a story about taking Hallucinogens and Rone follows up with a drug story that ends with disaster in a Port A Potty. Big Cat talks to Nate Dawg about his first year at Barstool HQ in NYC.
Week 30 of Barstool Radio has come and gone. KFC is out on paternity leave and Dave has some things to say about that. Elika Sadeghi joins the conversation and gives her takes on whether or not Dave is going too far regarding Kevin's "boondoggle". A golfer snaps his leg in half after getting blasted by a golf cart which turns out to be a huge win for the Foreplay boys, and Riggs lets Dave know it. Comedian Ari Shaffir comes in studio to shoot the shit with the guys and tells a story about Carlos Mencia stealing his jokes. Dave goes on Late Night with Seth Meyers and we get to hear the before and after of the entire night, including Mike Portnoy Esq. official review on how Dave did. Octagon Bob and Francis go at it over a joke made, and Francis threatens to bomb the entire office. The guys find out that Mike Tyson is on the phone line doing an interview with Pardon My Take. Dave ends up speaking to Mike Tyson, and Tyson gives an incredible Peter McNeeley story from the night Tyson bit Evander Holyfield. Big Cat takes over Barstool Radio on Friday and he speaks to a couple guys from around the office to see how their first year in New York has been going. Mike The Bike responds to the Young & Happy diss track heard 'round the world, and Tex goes off on a caller. The show wraps up with Louis from sales who gives a behind the scenes look at the business side of Barstool.
It's week 29, and it was arguably the craziest week of Barstool Radio yet. The week kicks off with the Foreplay boys vs Dave fighting over whether or not they should be promoting golfers running each other over with golf carts. An attempted attack on Pres gets foiled which leads to Dave placing a $1000 Bounty on Riggs head. Nate Dawg and Smitty head to Vegas for the World Series of Poker. Nate Dawg goes to war with Dave and the content team over whether or not Nate gets the prize money if he places in the WSOP. CEOs and Lawyers are called onto the show for their take on the issue at hand. Fox Sports Fernando El Presidente Fiore calls into the show to discuss with Dave who the real "El Pres" is. The comedy legend Judd Apatow joins the show. The guys pick his brain on how he evaluates a comedian's "it factor" and Judd tells some great stories including the time he lived with Adam Sandler in a small apartment. Caleb tells Judd that someone (in the room) called one of his close friends a "bag of milk".
The Barstool Radio boys came off the extended 4th of July weekend ready to go kicking the show off with some Amelia Earhart hate. The guys discuss Frank The Tank getting caugEht snoozing at a Mets game, and they get into a full discussion on FUPAs. The one and only Rico Bosco calls in for yet another legendary call regarding "Christmas In July". El Pres returns to the show describing his 4th of July weekend and why it may or may not have been his worst holiday ever. Dave talks about being fed the wrong information which led to him writing a eulogy for his friend Pete Frates, who in fact did not pass away, and he also recaps the Minnesota golf trip, where Frankie was labeled a "celebrity golfer". The celtics trade Avery Bradley after signing Gordon Hayward and Coley loses his mind. Octagon Bob and YP go at it over rap battles and it turns into the newest office rivalry. A cube monkey calls in with an ALL TIME story about sending out everyone's salary information to the entire company by accident and the guys go in on the bag of milk that is Lena Dunham.
It's week 27 at Barstool Radio. Dave and Frankie start the week off with the boondoggle boys out in Minnesota leaving KFC, Caleb and Rone to do the show without them. The guys discuss the BET awards which then leads into Gay Pride Parade talk. Barstool's resident Gay guy, Gay Pat, comes in studio to answer all sorts of interesting yet valid questions from Caleb. Rone exposes Caleb for crafting a fake tweet by secretly recording their conversation in the elevator. Barstool has a company-wide happy hour that leaves Frankie Pistachios in shambles for entire next day of radio. A caller asks the hosts about what to do now that he has found out his friend's wife is cheating on him on bumble. Young and Happy's intern Mike The Bike makes his radio debut and a caller tells a story about finding a dildo inside his boss's desk. Our one and only Uncle Chaps calls into the show to discuss his minor heart attack and what it means going forward.
It's week 26 and we are officially half way through year one of Barstool Radio. This week we kick the show off with caleb making a fashion statement. The #1 caller on terrestrial and satellite radio calls in and brings an energy to the show that only the legendary Rico Bosco can. Barstool Sports' newest employee Michael Rapaport calls into the show to talk about the new gig and he compares his and Dave's hate for LeBron James. Dave give his take on the death of Otto Warmbier, and Mike Francesa gets in trouble for saying the word "Orientals". Pat McAfee comes in studio and brings the heat as usual, especially when a Satanist comes in studio to tell the guys about his religion. Mike Portnoy Esq. joins the show as part of his Father's Day Gift, which he asked for from Dave, and tells incredible stories about his ongoing problems with the USPS and Timberland Boots. A caller tricks Mr. Portnoy into saying the word "Chicago". The best college football player of all time, Herschel Walker, joins the show and discusses his incredible athletic career and his absurd daily workout routine.
It's Week 25 for the Barstool Radio gang it was our biggest, star-filled week yet. The guys react to the NBA and NHL Finals and hear from Rear Admiral on what this stately cup means for the Pittsburgh Penguins and the NHL. Riggs comes in studio to discuss his absurdly viral tweet about sunscreen. Rico Bosco gives his weekly electric call into the show and Caleb hears from his biggest hater. Dave absolutely destroys a fat waiters existence, and Frankie breaks down the drama behind the Borrelli's pizza review. Jay Chandrasekhar, known for his roles in Super Troopers and Beer Fest, stops by the office to shoot the shit with the hosts and talks about the possibility of "Pot Fest". KFC talks to the 4-time Academy Award Nominated Ethan Hawke about being an A-List movie star and what it takes to be a good father. KFC also speaks with THE best childhood actor of all time, Haley Joel Osment, about what it was like to have such an incredible career at such a young age. Rone and Caleb spend some time with one of the most successful comedians of all time in Jeff Dunham, who was accompanied by his wife Audrey Dunham. And finally Francis and Smitty have a great conversation with the one and only Larry The Cable Guy who is absolutely mind blown by Francis' Owen Wilson impersonation.
Week 24 of Barstool Radio has come and gone and it was jam packed with great radio. The week starts off with Coley getting ripped into by Dave for not showing up to work after an NBA Finals game. Julian Edelman Pizza-Cucks Dave and Frankie and they find out live on radio. The Foreplay boys go to war with Howard Stern after Riggs and Trent disgrace the name of Baba Boey. The JHammy nightmare continues after Dave finds some suspicious activity on his bank statements live during the show, Frankie sends a text to find out what's going on. The hilarious Comedian Ron Funches comes in studio and joins the guys to shoot the shit. Ron gives Dave advice for becoming a weed guy, he talks about getting manicures and pedicures and he breaks news about Lebron James being a dick and not showing up for show. The Legendary Bill Burr sits down with KFC and Caleb for an incredible interview. Bill talks about his new season of his show 'F Is For Family', why he hates social media, the horrible process of buying a refrigerator online, his take on Barstool Sports and much, much more. Rico Bosco calls in and gives himself the "Call Of The Day".
Another week has come and gone at Barstool HQ, and in typical Barstool fashion it was filled with scandals and controversies. Tiger Woods gets a DUI which forces the Foreplay boys to come on Barstool Radio to defend their man. Rone questions KFC on his list of "worst days of the year" and Frankie has the worst commute to work ever. Tex gets tricked by the Purple Starfish basketball team and officially snaps. Tex steals Larry The Goldfish from his resting place (the freezer) which forces a live standoff on Barstool Radio between him and PMT. Big Cat talks Buff Cat, and Mike Francesa saves a man's life. Dave makes a decision on how to handle an ongoing Barstool controversy live on the Radio and goes through his thought process on why he makes that decision. Clay Travis calls into the show to try and hash things out after sparking a twitter war with Dave. Frankie Midnight calls in give his take on Mr. Met flipping off the fans and what it means for his beloved team and the legendary Rico Bosco takes us into the weekend with a typical Rico Bosco call.
This week's show kicks off in typical Barstool fashion when the wifi in HQ goes out and the radio show loses connection. The LEGENDARY Frank Fleming AKA Frankie Midnight joins the show and brings the heat in a way only Frankie Midnight can. The guys talk about Orbs in the middle east, Uncle Chaps sparks a conversation about kissing, and a caller asks how airplanes make progress. Dave calls into the show from Boston following the celtics game 5 loss to put an end to all rumors that he left the game early. We receive the worst call in the history of Barstool Radio, possibly in the history of ALL radio. The hilarious Hannibal Buress joins the show and talks about his upcoming movie Baywatch and how much money it would cost for him to take his shirt off. Hannibal gives Rone tips for coaching the intramural basketball squad and also touches on his road to success. Michael Kelly AKA Doug Stamper from House of Cards also joins the show to talk all things House of Cards and the incredible character he has created. He describes the similarities between the show and reality, and also speaks about possible real life Doug Stampers.
This weeks show kicks off with a conversation over who was more clutch throughout their career, Derek Jeter or David Ortiz. Dave tells a story about his Mother's famous Sour Cream Cakes and the mystery behind how they are made. Mama Portnoy eventually gets on the phone with the guys to give some insight on these legendary cakes. The legendary Scott Van Pelt walks into the studio unannounced, fresh off his pizza review with Dave, spittin' truths about the radio and TV business. Caleb goes to Tech Crunch NYC to pitch his app idea "Just The Tip" and comes back to the show with a wild story about how an Investor basically stole his company. The Barstool basketball team continues to divide themselves apart following their 5th consecutive loss. Dave calls in live from Boston to discuss his experience sitting court-side at the Celtics v Cavs game, and gives breaking news regarding Lebron James. Caleb and Rone give their first hand experience from dumpster diving with local New Yorkers the night before, and the guys talk about the world's most important dick.
This week kicks off with Dave's experiences at the Kentucky Derby, and the reasoning behind the "Picture Heard Round The World". Mike Portnoy Esquire calls in with an all-time story regarding his neighbor. UFO and Extra Terrestrial Expert Dr. Steven Greer calls into the show to discuss all things aliens. Smitty comes in studio to discuss his unbelievable streak of getting things he starts cancelled and Jake Marisnick of the Houston Astros calls in to discuss his late game heroics throw at Yankee stadium and his favorite jerseys in the MLB.
Rone is Back! Adam Ferrone makes his long awaited return from his California sabbatical this week and he picks up right where he left off. This week's show also includes a conversation about proposals at sporting events, Dave's experience as head coach of the Barstool rec league basketball team, and Dave's '27 Reminders Why Lebron James Is Still The Antichrist'. Spider Monkey Nate and Blockhead Smitty come back into the radio ring once again to preview their upcoming head to head poker match, and 15 year old Steve tells the guys how Barstool helps his family get through family dinners each night.
KFC starts the week off with an amazing recap of his day with Frank 'The Tank' Flemming at the Mets Game. Rico Bosco calls to give his take on the ongoing Jhammy drama, and also pitches some ideas for new Bartool Merch. The Barstool Rec League Basketball Team continues fight with each other which eventually leads to Dave firing Coach Nate live on the radio. Michael Rapaport joins the show and gives a classic Rapaport take on all the topics of the day. Caleb heads down to Philadelphia to attend the NFL Draft with his best friend (#2 Overall Pick) Mitchell Trubisky. Caleb describes the scene at the draft and all his experiences with the Chicago Bears' newest QB. Dave sparks an argument about dog names and the guys go through the winners and losers of multiple superhero matchups.
Barstool Radio kicks off the week on Patriots' Day with Boston Marathon talk and calls about the worst types of Marathon Runners. The guys talk to the one and only Rone about his battle rap championship loss, and Pissed Off Pat calls in to rattle off his latest list of things he is pissed off about. The Barstool rec league basketball team enters a civil war after Coach Nate showed up to the game late which sets Smitty off on a tangent. Francis completely turns heel and goes after Caleb about his athletic abilities. This weeks show also includes a Davey Hair Plug update, a discussion about whether or not height truly matters for picking up chicks, conspiracy theories and more Lebron hate. Andrew Frates calls in with an update on our friend Pete Frates and the ALS Awareness baseball game at Fenway Park.
This week's Best Of Barstool Radio kicks off from a remote location since the internet went out at Barstool HQ early Monday morning. The show includes a final Masters recap, talk about how Mark Wahlberg is actually not the greatest person ever, and the Riggs vs Lindsey Pelas twitter war. The Stanley Cup and it's keeper Mike Bolt stopped by the studio this week and we get a behind the scenes look at the Stanley Cup's journey throughout the year. Cara Maria from The Challenge, and also one of the very first Barstool Smokeshows, stops by and reminisces about the good ol' days of the stool with Dave. The week closes out with Eli Manning being a criminal as well as a heated argument between El Pres and KFC over who was hotter in their prime, Ashton Kutcher or Brad Pitt.
This week on Barstool Radio, the boys go to Augusta for the greatest golf tournament in the world - The Masters. The week kicks off with the boys holding down the fort at Barstool HQ discussing the Borrelli-Jose Reyes rivalry, why Caleb went to UNC for the Championship with no plan for content, and most importantly the instant legend Frank The Tank Fleming. The second half of the week is brought to you from Augusta where the boys welcome Paige Spiranac to the show to talk about her claim to fame and her handsome fiance (No joke, the dude is gorgeous). The week ends with a wild phone call from none other than Rico Bosco.
It was another great week here on Barstool Radio. We start off with a recap of Dave's extravagant birthday weekend in Las Vegas. The guys get into a heated argument over UConn Women's Basketball and womens sports in general. Mike Auriemma, Geno Auriemma's son, calls into the show to discuss Dave's remarks regarding his father and UConn Women's Basketball. Barstool's very own foreign correspondent , Donnie Does, comes in studio to discuss all things China and 3rd world living. An intern for Pat McAfee out at Barstool Indy, who goes by the name "Cervix Killer" slides into Ria's DMs and boy does it get awkward. We talk to the Cervix Killer himself as well as Pat McAfee about the entire situation. This weeks show also includes some great Nintendo talk, where KFC and Dave talk about their favorite NES games. We wrap up the week with a preview of the Barstool Gametime Taser Match between Tex & Smitty.
This weeks Best of Barstool Radio is LIVE. We kick the week off with a full blown analysis of the worst one on one basketball game of all time between Loud Sean and Spags. They both came in studio post-game to talk about what just happened. Ed from Easton calls in and sparks some great old school Barstool talk with Dave. Tiko Texas and Mike Portnoy Esquire call in to wish Dave a Happy Birthday, and Pat McAfee calls in talk about the upcoming Vegas trip. KFC, Feits and Coley go to war with middle america, and Trent comes in the studio to defend his territory. A female stoolie calls in to talk about how she turned down a wedding proposal which makes for one of the most wild calls on Barstool Radio yet.
Best of Barstool Radio Week 12 is Live. This week's show opens up with the aftermath of Grudgement Day. Dave goes through the Stoolie take-over of Soul Cycle's social media, Frankie becomes Dave's best friend and a new office battle arises between Hank and Tex. Gambling Dave makes an epic comeback as he give's live play by play of the march madness games that he has action on. This week's show also includes an all-time Dicky V story, behind the scenes of the Budlight Buster's challenge, a St.Patrick's Day rant and much more.
Best of Barstool Radio Week 11 is Live. Boy oh boy what a week it was. We kick the show off with Loud Sean vs Chris Spags (1:08 - 30:35). The two go back and forth about what happened at Karaoke night and it turns into one of Barstool's most intense arguments ever. Next up was an update on the Robbie Fox Cum Challenge (30:35 - 38:50). Other topics include International Women's Day (41:08 - 43:20), The impact of Pizza Reviews (43:20 - 46:08), and caller Natalia had a choice to make (46:06 - 48:38). The entire second hour consists of Grudgement Day (49:35 - 1:51:31) as Dave airs out all his dirty laundry regarding a recent breakup with his girlfriend live on SiriusXM airwaves.
Best of Barstool Radio Week 10 is Live. The one and only Paul LoDuca joined the Barstool Radio gang for all of week 10. The guys talk all things Oscars, which includes some Viola Davis hate, and Kelly Keegs mean tweets. Riggs gets scolded for having the worst hair in the office, and Kmarko gets called out by Caleb for not being good at basketball. Andy Buckley, famous for his role as David Wallace in "The Office" stops by the studio and gets caught up in what turned out to be a wild show. Fake Voice guy shows up in studio mid phone call, the inspiring Eric LeGrand joins the show and takes some calls, and boxer/trainer Eric Kelly shows up unexpected to roast Dave for not helping Tex get ready for Rough n Rowdy. The Hosts talk to Chris "In It To Win It" Bennett and Tex prior to the big Rough n Rowdy Fight live from Welch, WV.
Best of Barstool Radio Week 9 is Live. Michael Rapaport joins Dave and Big Cat in studio. The guys talk about MSG being (or not being) the "mecca", Rapaport not winning any film awards, Meryl Streep and much more. Abigail Ratchford calls into the show to discuss the instagram comment left by New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis. Pat McAfee calls in to discuss the opening of Barstool Indy and the launch of his new podcast The Pat McAfee Show. Other topics include Dave's hate for Bill Simmons, Tex entering the Rough n Rowdy boxing match in West Virginia, and the Bingo man being relieved of his duties. Paul LoDuca calls in to talk about his upcoming visit to Barstool HQ, and Spittin' Chiclets' very own Ryan Whitney and Rear Admiral stop by to talk about why the wave is one of the worst things in sports.
Best of Barstool Radio Week 8 is Live. Dave and Frankie go off to Houston on a private plane with the SI Swimsuit models for an event and leave KFC all alone with the show. This week's show includes a recap of the Swimsuit weekend, the entire Francis DM saga, Jamie O'Grady domination, a caleb check-in from Cali and much more. Fake Voice guy returns to the show.
Best of Barstool Radio Week 7 is Live. Dave opens up the week by absolutely eviscerating the twitter egg that is Patrick Claybon. Office Manager Brett loses all of Club Dave's clothes, Dave's Mother makes her Barstool Radio Debut, and Fake Cancer Francis gets questioned. The guys also go into heated debates over Valentine's Day, the Grammy Awards and Beyonce. Sports Illustrated Swim Suit models Danielle Herrington, and Lais Ribeirocome come on the show to talk about the upcoming weekend with Dave and Frankie. Intern Robbie and Tex are asked hold out on ejaculation for a month, and Trent talks about Tiger Woods withdrawing from a press conference.
Best of Barstool Radio Week 6 is Live. The show opens up from Houston as the guys react to Super Bowl 51. Chaps opens the show with some Donald Trump jazz voice. Pat McAfee, fresh off retiring from the NFL to join Barstool Sports, joins the show to talk about his decision and also gives an all time story about getting kicked out of the Bar at the Comedy Central set. Dave, Feits and Hank record Monday's show from the living room couch after a night of partying with the Patriots, resulting in the most hungover radio show ever to hit the SiriusXM airwaves. KFC talks all things McGillicuddy and Pats, is also joined by his KFC Radio Co-Hosts to talk about friend zones and midgets.
Week4 5 of Barstool Radio is Live from Houston, Texas home of Super Bowl 51. This week the guys recorded straight off the Barstool RV at Kirby Ice House in Houston. We had Sam Dekker of the Houston Rockets, NFL QB TJ Yates also known as "Yates of Hell", and Sarah Tiana of Comedy Central Roast Battles all stop by the RV to hang out. Topics include Barstool Rundown on Comedy Central, Gay Bar Talk, Bowel Movements, the Super Bowl, Nipple Twisting, and much much more. The ol' KFC Radio Gang gets together again for Barstool Radio.
Week 4 of Barstool Radio is Live. As Barstool HQ gears up for the trip down to Houston for Super Bowl 51, the Barstool Radio covers all things from conspiracy theories about the military and heroin to 'Jersday'Thursday Intern Wars. Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph stops by to talk about the upcoming Super Bowl, Dave calls all Falcons fans fake and also gives a public PSA of his personal life. The guys also repeatedly call the New York Post to complain about Bart Hubbuch's outrageous tweet about Donald Trump.
Week 3 of Barstool Radio is Live! This week we welcomed Pat McAfee back into the studio as well as Xavier Rhodes of the Minnesota Vikings. The guys talked NFL playoffs, the Barstool Rundown on Comedy Central, and took many "This or Thats" from the stoolies. Caleb tells Dave live on air that he spent $10,000 on the company credit card at the club, Office Manager Brett brings in a girl for an on-air interview with Dave which gets super awkward and Dave talks to ESPN's Anita Marks about fake boobs and football and Barstool Radio attempts the first ever "radio inception" while trying to crash in on "KFC Radio". Tune in to SiriusXM Rush 93 Monday through Friday noon-2pm to listen to Barstool Radio Live.
It's been a crazy week here at Barstool HQ, lots of action in and out of the office. Pat McAfee came in studio to talk about what is a sport and what isn't, he also gives his review of the Broadway play "Hamilton". Dave gives his pitch to save hockey, Jerry Thornton comes by to talk NFL Wildcard Weekend, and the guys argue over which NFL QB is most "murderable". Also, lot's of golden globes talk, Roger Goodell hate and Mike Portnoy Esquire calls. Tex comes into the studio minutes after getting the shit beat out of him by a Barstool Idol contestant and fake voice guy makes his SiriusXM debut.
Introducing Barstool Radio. The Dave Portnoy Show will now become a "Best Of" episode with all moments from Barstool Radio on SiriusXM Rush Ch. 93. On the first ever Barstool Radio; Dave, Rone and Caleb give an explanation as to what Barstool Sports is. They introduce a new segment called "Shit We Need To Talk About", El Pres tells stories of his recent experiences with Johnny Manziel and Noah Syndergaard. Dave, Rone and Caleb announce Barstool Sports' new TV deal on Comedy Central. They bring the blog life to radio with a segment called "Barstool Headlines", and they talk about grudges while Dave explains his hate for Bill Simmons. Mike Portnoy Esquire then calls in to give a grade of his son's new radio show and Asa Akria joins to talk about ASMR and Porn.
This week on the Dave Portnoy Show, we recap the past year of episodes with a "Best Of" compilation. From the very first episode with Mike Kerns of Chernin Digital to the very latest episode with Asa Akira, we recap all the top moments the Dave Portnoy show has created. Special Guests include Peter Chernin, Erika Nardini, Mike Kerns, CT from The Real World, The people's golfer Jim Renner, Curt Schilling, Jack Eichel, Paul Lo Duca, Dave's Parents and caller of the year Brad from Charlotte.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave was joined in studio by Asa Akira, Rone and Riggs. The group took calls from the Stoolies while also mixing in a new segment "Watching Porn With Asa". They discussed the ongoing holy war at Barstool HQ, Asa's love for Gay Porn, Dave being robbed in Vegas, and many other important topics like what it takes to keep an erection for a long time.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave was joined in studio by Rone, Caleb and Young Pageviews as the guys took calls from the Stoolies straight power hour style. They talked about who ate the food out of the garbage at Barstool HQ, if Intern Tex is actually insane, the Barstool Spelling Bee, Young Pageviews' backstory and his journey to Barstool, and many more important issues like why Rone should not take his upcoming three month hiatus.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave was joined in studio by Rone and Caleb as they discuss the huge announcement that Barstool Radio is going to be featured daily on SiriusXM. The guys took live calls from the stoolies, and Rone rattled off a bunch of new ideas for the upcoming Barstool Radio show including Head to Head Psychics, Getting A Kick Out Of It, Blind Faith and many many more.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave was joined in studio by Rone and Caleb as they took calls from the stoolies straight power hour style. They discussed the possibilities of a Barstool Porn Video, if Caleb should leave Barstool to be in an entourage, upcoming plans for Dave's house in Nantucket, the history behind the Barstool logo and a familiar voice calls in.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave and Rone took calls from the Stoolies straight Power Hour Style. They discussed the Marine Birthday Ball, Dave's favorite piece of content since starting Barstool, hot girls in the office, a threesome request from a Go Pres Go fan, and many other important issues like what it takes to get Dave's attention when applying for a job.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Erin Olash and Rone joined Dave in studio as they took calls from the Stoolies straight Power Hour Style. They discussed who in the company has the most dirt on Dave, Erin's "type", the return of Jerry Thornton, the history behind the name "El Presidente", and many more very important topics.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Rone and Glennyballs joined Dave in the booth as they took calls from the stoolies Power Hour Style. They discussed if cancer is fair game, Glenny's favorite deli sandwich, the "Angel of Barstool", First time jerking off and many more very important issues.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave took live calls from the Stoolies power hour style. They talk about a Jenna Marbles reunion, all the lost articles by Devnest Nate, a throwback Chiddy Bang story, Dave's current health status, would Dave want to attend his own funeral, and many other very important issues.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave was joined by his Father, Mike Portnoy. This week, the Father and Son duo took calls Power Hour style from the stoolies. They talked about Dave's most difficult decision with Barstool, Mike's athleticism, history of the purple star fish, Dave consistently locking himself out of his house, and many other very important topics.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave kicked it Power Hour style and took calls from the stoolies. They discussed the new studio, Nate at Night drama, Dave being intimidating and other very important topics like the first time Dave got high.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave speaks with Barstool employees around the office. Barstool's mystery man Milmore tells a story of being drugged, Office Manager Brett explains his journey to Barstool, and Trent talks all things Iowa and his hopes of coming to NYC. Dave also speaks with International Battle Rap Champion Rone, who gives his pitch for why he should be working for Barstool.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave kicked it Power Hour style and took calls from the stoolies. They discussed his eye eczema, glenny balls, who drops the nastiest deuce in the office, chaps being blasted during the debate, and other very important issues like what it means to be "salt of the earth".
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show, Dave was joined by CEO Erika Nardini to discuss life in the New York office, as well as providing power rankings for each of the bloggers.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show Dave was joined by the "Non Cool Club". Basically everyone who wasn't invited to the Kanye West concert. He talked to Clem: about his commute and being fat. Riggs: about his plans for BarstoolHQ and his illustrious Harvard Hockey career. Nate: On being hated and his plans for Nate at Night. Smitty: about his thoughts on the "Club Cool" and his feud with Nate. Coley: about his infamous blunt rolling video and Mo recruiting him to leave Barstool.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show Dave was joined by Scott Zolak former QB of the New England Patriots and current radio host on 98.5 The Sports Hub. They discussed Dave's past battle with Zo regarding Giselle Bundchen, if there is any drama inside the walls of 98.5, if he hates anyone from WEEI, and how the Patriots will do these first 4 games this season. Dave also took calls from stoolies where he got into the Kanye West concert and "club cool" . Caleb then called in from the Barstool RV to try to clear the air.
On this weeks Dave Portnoy Show Dave was joined by Jared Carrabis. Jared tells us why he wasn't the one to break the David Price signing with the Red Sox story, why old beat writers don't like him, and how Nate was salty with him when he first started at Barstool. Dave also talks about why he is mad with Trent this week and how our new head of video guy already screwed up. Finally, Dave snuck in a little note confirming a certain rumor that has existed around Barstool for years.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show Dave was joined by Mike from Old Row. They discussed the big Barstool acquisition of Old Row, how it happened, why it happened, and what it means for Barstool and Old Row moving forward. Dave then gave updates on the office including the war he is having with DirecTV and then he addressed what is going on with the comment section. Finally, Dave was joined by Caleb to discuss how and why Caleb said he didn't work hard on his podcast.
Dave, Erika, and Jay (Head of Sales) sit down to discuss all that has happened during the Barstool Nantucket Retreat.
This week on the Dave Portnoy Power Hour Dave answered calls about what his best first date would be, if he would play in a Pro-Am with Nate as his caddy, and If he is milking Harambe's death for profit, and who the Big 10 is going to play out this year. Were you wondering what song was playing on Phelps headphones when he was mean mugging pre race? Dave knows the answer.
This week on the Dave Portnoy Show Dave was joined by former NFL linebacker AJ Hawk. Topics include the Mt Rushmore of Ohio State State Linebackers, the Michigan vs Ohio State rivalry including how long before Harbaugh wins a Championship, Tom Brady's 4 game suspension, and who AJ would want to play for if he came back to the NFL.
On this weeks Dave Portnoy Show Dave discussed his trip to the Republican National Convention, the status of Rico Bosco, and who he would hire if he had no budget. He also talked about his best betting memory, when the barstool casting couch will be back, and who would win in a fight CT or Chad.
On todays Dave Portnoy Show, Dave introduces the new Barstool Sports CEO, Erika Nardini. They discuss her previous roles before Barstool, her thoughts on Barstool, why she took the job, the criticism, and where she wants to take the barstool business in the future.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show stoolies brought their usual wackiness mixed in with some actual substance. Topics include: Will PFT ever be on the rundown, What was the best blog Dave has ever written, How many chicks did Dave hook up with in college, Does he want to freeze his brain so that it can last forever, When he is a noodle what kind of noodle is he, and If he could piss a scent like a skunk what scent would it be? Like we said all important questions that need to be answered. There was also a can't miss story about your boy Nate.
Today on the Dave Portnoy Show live from Nantucket we took non stop calls from stoolies. Topics includes: Get your dick sucked by a guy or suck a guys dick, Would he rather wake up tomorrow as Brady or Beiber, What his favorite cape town is, what school would Dave go to if he had a full academic scholarship for football. Did Dave plan the Peta attack on Big Cat, Thoughts on foul ball guy, and would he accept a billion dollars to blow Lebron James on the rundown?
On today's Dave Portnoy Show, Dave was joined by his mom and dad....and special guest Big Cat. They talked about his dad's golf game, him falling down in the backyard, and how he showed up today with a USB device he found. Dave's mom also chimed in with her thoughts on barstool including if she was ever embarrassed by anything Dave has done in the past. Dave's dad then tells us based on no knowledge what so ever what universities are good and bad. This whole episode is a must listen to round table discussion.
On this weeks episode of the Dave Portnoy Show Dave is joined by MTV Real World Road Rules Challenge legend, CT. They talked about how he originally got on the Real World, his numerous fights including how he chased Adam around the house, how he choked out Kenny, and how he wore Johnny Bananas as a back pack. Did CT do steroids? Will CT do another Challenge? All questions are answered. Download and listen to find out.
Today on The Dave Portnoy Show Dave was joined by Nick Bonino of the Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Nick discussed what the last few days have been like since they won the cup, If Logan Couture is a bitch for complaining about Sydney Crosby's face-off antics, what he plans to do with the cup, and how he thinks he would fair vs "The People's Goalie".
This week on the Dave Portnoy Show Dave was joined by handicapper and friend of the program Rico Bosco. Dave and Rico discussed where Rico stands with Barstool, Rico then talks about the different circles of people he has and who he would rather kill Clay Travis or Doug Gotlieb if he only had one bullet. Overall its a wild 50 minute ride where you never know whats going to happen next.
This week on the Dave Portnoy Show Dave had "the handsome one" Hank join him to talk about his role with Barstool and how its changed. Hank also gave his thoughts on the NYC move and what he would do if he was the boss for a day. The always entertaining Rico Bosco then called in to offer his thoughts on a few matters including how hard Hank works and where Hank should live when he gets to NYC.
This week on the Dave Portnoy Show Dave brings back his first podcast guest of the show, Mike Kerns. Mike Kerns, if you don't remember, spearheaded the Barstool Sports & Chernin Digital deal. They get into where he thinks things stand after five months. Topics include the CEO search, the NYC office construction, the potential TV show, and the new Barstool app. They also give their thoughts on the state of the Barstool podcast network including the "Grit Tour".
Todays guest on the Dave Portnoy Show is one of the four original Barstool writers and current WEEI radio talk show host Jerry Thornton. They discuss why Ron Borges & Dan Shaughnessy hate new media, the general landscape of the Boston media including why the WEEI morning show buries Jerry constantly. Jerry also answers what was the worst thing about working for El Pres. Finally the boys reminisce about a hilarious story involving Jerry getting kicked out of a Barstool Party.
This weeks episode of The Dave Portnoy Show features a Barstool "state of the union" and includes an interview with former Intern "Pirate Simon". They delved deep into the whole pirate porn saga. Simon gave us an update on his life and whether he still wants to work at Barstool. After that stoolies got there chance to call in and ask Simon the hard hitting questions like "If you could be in a pirate porn threesome with any other barstool blogger who would it be?"
This weeks episode of The Dave Portnoy Show features former MLB all-star and current horse racing guru Paul Loduca. Dave and Paul got deep into this weeks Kentucky Derby race. They were also joined by Jared Carrabis when Paul Loduca called him out for allegedly giving out his phone number. Finally the stoolies got to call in and ask Paul important questions like who had the biggest hog in the Mets clubhouse.
This weeks episode of The Dave Portnoy Show features Curt Schilling. Dave and Curt got into A LOT of topics including ESPN, MEMES, Is Curt a bigot? 38 Studios, "the Schilling robe", Could Schilling still pitch and get Dave out, the Boston media, Evolution, and more...
On this episode Dave interviews his boss Peter Chernin about being the "Big swinging dick at the cracker factory", being portrayed as a caveman for being involved with Barstool Sports, on if he got any blowback from Twitter for El Pres storming twitter demanding to be verified. They also get into how Peter Chernin got into the business including his past ventures at Fox/News corp and his current ventures including fullscreen and various movies. Lastly the get into a spirited debate over Nantucket vs Martha's Vineyard.
"The People's Golfer" Jim Renner gives us an update on his current status. He also gives his thoughts on the Masters and the interim peoples golfer Keegan Bradley. Dave discloses some details about a behind the scenes conversation he had with Barstool Nate this week. Dave talks to Stoolies and gives his thoughts on the first lady going on an upcoming KFC radio show, the moment he first realized he made it with Barstool, and the current status of his relationship with Gronk & Edelman.
This week on the Dave Portnoy Show he goes old school with a "Barstool Power Hour" esque show taking non stop phone calls and questions from Stoolies. He also provides updates on the NYC move, the ceo search, and what its like living in NYC.
In today's episode Dave interviews Charlotte Hornets Forward Frank Kaminsky. They talk about Franks final four loss when he was at Wisconsin, His life in the NBA compared to being a big man on campus, and for the first time in Dave Portnoy Show history a guest takes LIVE questions from stoolie callers.
In today's episode Dave interviews Buffalo Sabres center and Chelmsford MA native Jack Eichel. They talk about Jacks experience growing up playing hockey in the Mass area, why he chose BU over BC and the season he spent there, social media etiquette and if he's more recognizable in Buffalo or Boston.
Alone in a New York hotel at 1am, Dave Portnoy talks about his hatred towards the city of New York, the state of Barstool Sports including a timeline for the move to New York, being rich, the return of Pirate Simon and more.
Dave, Dan and Kevin break down their week in Hollywood trying to get the Rundown made into a TV show.
Dave goes 1 on 1 with his dad to get his thoughts on everything, from being made fun of on the blog to whether he ever thought Barstool would be successful to which bloggers he likes the most.
Dave Portnoy sits down with Mike Kerns from Chernin Digital who was the main contact for the Barstool acquisition. We discuss what his thoughts and hesitations about Barstool and doing this deal was.
Introducing the Dave Portnoy Show. This show will focus on the inner workings of Barstool Sports. We'll talk about all the controversies, decisions and stories from the past that helped mold who we are today as well as questions that will define the future. Basically an in depth look behind the curtain of one of the most controversial blogs on the planet and the guys who make it tick.