This episode was cut short due to the exclusive Lady Bearcats Basketball coverage with Beck and Taylor holding down the fort in the studio. The hour that remains, however, is pure gold, as the boys feign displeasure at recently announced tuition hikes, and Beck tries to put the moves on in-studio guest Christine.
Shotzy and Kevin join Beck, The Goddess and The Princess and debate why good girls are attracted to bad boys. Also, Aaron Stigger and Beck make a non-apology for a bit of ethnic insensitivity.
The Princess gives here Seal of Approval for all Miramax films, The Diva gives her take on the new Nintendo GameCube, and in-studio guests, So Not Blue, make their internet debut!
Resident medical expert and UC alum, Dr. Al Bendova, makes his first call to the WCR crew. We also try to bring some serious content to the campus with UC Student Body President, Rob Richardson, who talks about recent affirmative action goings on.
After pulling all the wires and turning all the knobs, we finally were able to bring a show to the masses. The topic of the day was the new fangled video rental vending machine (a Cinevault)! Again, we bring you the future, today (but really 11 years ago)…
August 15th not only marked the death of Elvis, it also marked the last time Taylor and Beck would share a microphone. Oh, and The Diva killed The Goddess’ cat. Poor pussy cat.
Beck and The Diva go Taylor-less, and call The Webmistress to get the skinny on their migration to Oregon.
Beck and The Diva discuss all sorts of things, including the pending war in Iraq to the 50 sex tricks no guy can resist (at least according to Cosmo)…
Taylor pretends to like the Dave Matthews Band so he can keep the Webmistress happy, and calls in from the concert.