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November 12, 2019
Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott calls in from Dublin to discuss his side project Down N Outz, who have a new album out called "This is How We Roll". Joe discusses the rest of the band, their recording process and why they decided to do an album almost entirely made up of new songs. He also discusses the resurgence Def Leppard is experiencing in recent years, and the importance of MTV in the band's heyday. He and Dennis also discuss The Who, David Bowie and Mick Ronson, Joe searching for Little Richard in the hallway and much more! Dennis also chats with Christian and Lindsey about the NFL, a dream he had, Karl Malden and the books "American Pastoral" and "Moby-Dick". This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Candid Co: Candid’s invisible aligners can help straighten your teeth faster and cheaper than traditional wire braces. Treatment takes just 6 months on average and costs 65% less. Candid donates $25 with each aligner purchased to Smile Train, who brings safe, 100% free cleft lip and palate treatment to children around the globe. Give yourself the gift of Candid! Go to CandidCO.com/DENNIS and use code DENNIS to get seventy-five dollars off.  Express VPN: ExpressVPN is an app for your computer and phone that encrypts and secures your data. Hey, if a breach can happen to Capital One, it can happen to you, right? ExpressVPN connects with just one click, it’s lightning fast, and costs less than seven bucks a month. Use my special link, EXPRESSVPN.com/DENNIS, right now to arm yourself with an extra 3 months of ExpressVPN for free.  BrickHouse Nutrition: Field of Greens is an easy way for you to add fruits and vegetables to your daily routine, without spending hours in the produce section, hiring a home chef or taking cheap supplements. Field of Greens is made with REAL, USDA, organic fruits and vegetables. It also helps boost your immunity using antioxidants and assists digestive health with pre-biotics and pro-biotics. It’s like having a doctor and a nutritionist in your kitchen. One scoop delivers a full serving of fruits and vegetables. Just drop in a cup of water, stir and you’re done. It’s also great for smoothies! Go to BRICKHOUSEMILLER.COM and get 15% off your first order, just for trying it out, with the promo code MILLER.
November 7, 2019
Dennis gives his thoughts about the election results in Kentucky, then talks to Christian and Lindsey about having a gig in Fresno this week with a meet and greet afterwards, which leads to a story about the time Dennis made a public appearance at a supermarket in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. That leads to a discussion of the greatness of Rush Limbaugh as a broadcaster, Matt Drudge and Al Franken. He also talks about the old CNBC show, working for the NFL, Orson Welles, Robert Smith of The Cure, running into John Kerry at a party, Steve McQueen in "The Blob", Dennis's film work, the Washington Nationals winning the World Series, the Mets hiring Carlos Beltran as manager, Tommy Lasorda and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Blinkist: Blinkist is really unique, and it works on your phone, your tablet, or you web browser. Blinkist takes the best, key takeaways--the need-to-know information--from thousands of nonfiction books and condenses them down into just 15 minutes that you can read or listen to. Right now, for a limited time, Blinkist has a special offer just for our audience. Go to Blinkist.com/DENNIS and try Blinkist for FREE for 7 days AND save 25% off your new subscription!
November 5, 2019
Dennis is back after a month traveling Asia and shares with Christian and Lindsey some of what he saw during his time in Japan, China, India and Sri Lanka, from wagering on cricket fighting to the Bridge on the River Kwai. This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Brickhouse: Field of Greens is an easy way for you to add fruits and vegetables to your daily routine, without spending hours in the produce section, hiring a home chef or taking cheap supplements. One scoop delivers a full serving of fruits and vegetables. Just drop in a cup of water, stir and you’re done. It’s also great for smoothies! Go to BRICKHOUSEMILLER.COM and get 15% off your first order, just for trying it out, with the promo code MILLER.
October 31, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by Gene Simmons, who talks about the Kiss End of The Road Tour, where his creative spark came from, the internet and the wealth of knowledge it provides, why humans love trees and closely trimmed lawns, Andy Warhol, motivational public speaking, Kiss caskets, and why he has replaced handshakes with fist bumps. Plus Dennis listens to your voicemails and talks to Christian and Lindsey about the mini Statue of Liberty in France, other people in showbiz named Dennis and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Calm: Calm is the number one app for sleep. Sleep deficiency does serious damage. Not just to your brain, but to your body as well. The sleepless are more prone to accidents, weight gain, and depression. With Calm you’ll discover a whole library of programs designed to help you get the sleep your brain and body needs. Like Soundscapes and over a hundred Sleep Stories narrated by soothing voices, like Jerome Flynn from Games of Thrones and Stephen Fry. Right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com/MILLER.
October 29, 2019
Dennis is joined by actress Illeana Douglas who discusses her current series “Goliath” on Amazon Prime, including working with Billy Bob Thornton and Dennis Quaid. They also discus Illeana's relationship with her grandfather, Oscar-winner Melvyn Douglas, the greatness of John Frankenheimer, Brando’s “Island of Dr. Moreau” with Val Kilmer, the unique comedic stylings of Jerry Lewis, and onset etiquette and faux pas. This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Brickhouse: Field of Greens is an easy way for you to add fruits and vegetables to your daily routine, without spending hours in the produce section, hiring a home chef or taking cheap supplements. Field of Greens is made with REAL, USDA, organic fruits and vegetables. It also helps boost your immunity using antioxidants and assists digestive health with pre-biotics and pro-biotics. It’s like having a doctor and a nutritionist in your kitchen. Go to BRICKHOUSEMILLER.COM and get 15% off your first order, just for trying it out, with the promo code MILLER.
October 24, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about getting more involved in guest bookings, Andy Garcia, Tom Hanks, and more. They also clean out the voicemail box, listening to messages about sounding glum on the podcast, people who think show business is important, clean out the voicemail box, taking calls about yoga, Dave Chappelle, Orson Bean, Bowie, and recommendations for documentaries, books and guests!   This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Omax: If you’re looking to relieve your muscle and joint pain within 15 minutes and need a natural, yet powerful solution that is tested & works, try CryoFreeze Pain Relief Roll-On. This quick absorbing, scientifically-backed formula provides pain relief instantly. Go to OmaxHealth.com today and enter code “MILLER” to get 20% off CryoFreeze and site wide!
October 22, 2019
Dennis chats with author Rich O'Malley about his book, “One Lucky Fan: From Bleachers to Box Seats, Chasing the Ultimate Sports Dream to Visit All 123 MLB, NBA, NFL & NHL Teams”. They also discuss some of the more memorable venues he visited, fans that he met along the way, attending a Michigan-Ohio State game, and the state of basketball for New York fans. Dennis also talks to Christian and Lindsey about climate alarmism, genetically modified food, both film versions of "Cape Fear", British Comedy troupe "Beyond the Fringe", watching "Fawlty Towers", meeting John Cleese, the Twitter interactions between President Trump and Chrissy Teigen, "The Masked Singer", Thor's hammer and more!
October 17, 2019
Dennis is joined by comedian Bill Burr, who talks about filming his new Netflix special “Paper Tiger” at Royal Albert Hall in London. They also talk about a woman who jumped into a lion’s den, the Me Too movement, how our Cancel Culture drives people to scour social media looking for mistakes, male femininists, millennials, how people today aren’t as sensitive as the media would have you think and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: -Candid Co:  Candid’s aligners can help straighten your teeth faster than traditional wire braces. Treatment takes just 6 months on average. And it’s easier than ever with clear aligners from Candid. Get your “Photo Ready” smile by the holidays! Go to CandidCO.com/DENNIS and use code DENNIS to get seventy-five dollars off.
October 15, 2019
Dennis is joined by comedian Nick DiPaolo, who talks about Justin Trudeau's recently-unearthed blackface photos, the Patriots cutting Antonio Brown, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Glenn Beck, Dave Chappelle's most recent special, NBC firing Shane Gillis from SNL and more! Then, Dennis chats with Christian about global cooling, getting into an e-mail war with Norman Mailer, Johnny Carson writing about him, Richard Dreyfuss and Elizabeth Montgomery of "Bewitched" fame.This episode is brought to you by our sponsors:- Express VPN:  Big tech companies can match your Internet activity to your identity or location using your public IP address.  When I use ExpressVPN, these tech companies can't see my IP address at all; my identity is masked and made anonymous by a secure VPN server.  Protect your online activity TODAY and find out how you can get 3 months free at EXPRESSVPN.com/DENNIS. - BrickHouse: Field of Greens is an easy way for you to add fruits and vegetables to your daily routine, without spending hours in the produce section, hiring a home chef or taking cheap supplements.  Go to BRICKHOUSEMILLER.COM and get 15% off your first order, just for trying it out, with the promo code MILLER.
October 10, 2019
Dennis is joined by comedian Jim Florentine who talks about his career over the past thirty years, getting started, not sucking up, being his own boss, Crank Yankers, his latest special "I Got The House", the upcoming Kreeps with Kids tour, how no comics used to talk about politics, heavy metal , and how much Jim enoyed Dennis on Monday Night Football  Dennis also talks to Christian about one of the greatest pieces of video of all time : Artie Lange on Joe Buck's HBO interview show, eating at the NYC restaurant Twenty-One, plus great films, including, "All That Jazz", "The Sweet Smell of Success", "Ladykillers" and "Arthur"  
October 8, 2019
Comedian Jim Breuer joins Dennis in studio to talk about going out on tour with Metallica and what it was like to perform to thousands of metalheads, recording his new comedy album in Portland, the reaction to Dave Chappelle's latest comedy special and SNL's decision to fire Shane Gillis after only four days. Jim also talks about performing as part of residencies, doing comedy on a cruise, interviewing Jerry Seinfeld, his time at SNL what an important part of his life Norm MacDonald has been and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: SimpliSafe - SimpliSafe security systems have video verification technology, which helps police get on the scene up to 3.5 times faster.  SimpliSafe protects every door, window, and room with twenty-four seven professional monitoring.  Go to SimpliSafe.com/MILLER and get free shipping and a money-back guarantee!
October 3, 2019
Dennis, Christian and Lindsey are joined in studio by show announcer Fard Muhammad, discussing Joe Biden's abilities, Democrats' accelerated efforts towards impeachment,  Dennis being generally happier paying less attention to the news and how he doesn't think the future is going to be much brighter than right now. There's also talk about treating vape cigarettes as more dangerous than regular ones, chain restaurants, the scheduling of Election Day, "Hart to Hart", and whether or not it actually helps to drink as much water as is recommended. They also stroll down memory lane about the old Dennis Miller radio show from Westwood One, including the off-beat items in the show store and catch phrases like "Shalom Aloha". There's also a conversation about a truck-stop camel who was prescribed antibiotics after it was bitten by a woman and much more! (But who really needs more after that?) This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: BrickHouse - Between the food supply and a sedentary lifestyle, Americans are in worse shape than ever. That’s why the team of on-staff physicians at Brickhouse Nutrition created Field of Greens. It's an easy way for you to add fruits and vegetables to your daily routine.  One scoop delivers a full serving of fruits and vegetables. Just drop in a cup of water, stir and you’re done. Go to BRICKHOUSEMILLER.COM and get 15% off your first order, just for trying it out, with the promo code MILLER.
October 1, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by Stephanie Wittels Wachs who hosts Westwood One's "Last Day" podcast about the Opioid Crisis.  She discusses how her brother, writer-comedian Harris Wittels died of an overdose, how the podcast focuses on humanizing the people involved in the opioid crisis by focusing on the last day of their lives, some of the ways that we can stop it, help treat addiction and how it impacts the whole family.
September 26, 2019
Dennis is joined by filmmaker Ken Burns to discuss his latest PBS series, "Country Music", and how it focuses on music about the people who built America, how it is a hybrid of several musical styles, some of the biggest performers in the genre, its role in the proliferation of broadcasting, some of the interviews Ken conducted for the series and much more!
September 24, 2019
Dennis chats with Judge Jeannine Pirro about her latest book, “Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge: The Left's Plot to Remake America”, Brett Kavanaugh, the Clintons, John Roberts, William Barr, and whether Amy Coney Barrett will be the next to join the Supreme Court. Dennis also talks to Christian about the hypocrisy in the NFL, the bigger hypocrisy from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, civil war, Biden, Bernie and Warren and whether or not the Democratic candidates for president should lead a country they hate so much.
September 19, 2019
Dennis is joined by Ann Coulter, who discusses how her opinion of President Trump has evolved over the past three years, what she's most disappointed by, and why he's a far better option than any of the Democratic candidates for president who were on stage for last week's debate. They also discuss how much they both enjoy the way Trump handles himself on Twitter, Beto O'Rourke's plans for gun confiscation and how they feel about Hillary. Then, he talks to Christian and Lindsey about holding up traffic in California, Jack Handy's Deep Thoughts, his Mt. Rushmore for movies, bombing at a Critics Choice Award, Uber X and more!   This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Plexaderm - Picture your face in the mirror.  Do you see all those wrinkles and crows feet?  Now imagine they're gone! I'm not talking about some risky, expensive surgery -- just gone inn minutes.  It's called PLEXADERM, a clinically studied serum that visibly eliminates your wrinkles, crow's feet and under eye bags in minutes! Go to TryPlexaderm.com and use my code MILLER for 50% off plus an extra $10 off. ExpressVPN - Big tech companies push political agendas and restrict the free speech of conservatives, yet these are the same companies we trust to handle our personal data.  I don't want them using my web history, email metadata, or video searches against me.  That's why I use ExpressVPN every time I go online.  Protect your online activity TODAY and find out how you can get 3 months free at ExpressVPN.com/DENNIS.  Blinkist - It's hard to sit down to read and learn more.  When you don't have free time, you can't read or work on personal development.  There is an incredible app that sopves this problem - and I highly recomment it.  It's called Blinkist.  For a limited time Blinkist has a special offer for the Dennis Miller audience.  Go to Blinkist.com/DENNIS to try it FREE for 7 days AND save 25% off your new subscription.
September 17, 2019
Dennis talks about switching between the NFL and this past Thursday night's Democratic candidates debate, ranking some of the candidates. He also tries to quantify where the election stands at this point and how people likely won't admit to voting for Trump.  Then, he chats with Wesley Smith of the Discovery Institute about a Dutch doctor who was charged with “forced Euthanasia” of a terminally ill patient, who has now been cleared of those charges and groups who are trying to assign rights to chimpanzees and rivers.   This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Calm - Calm is the number one app for sleep.  Sleep deficiency does serious damage.  Not just to your brain, but to your body as well.  The sleepless are more prone to accidents, weight gain, and depression.  Right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com\MILLER .
September 12, 2019
Dennis talks to Townhall.com Senior Columnist Kurt Schlichter about a piece he wrote called "Climate Change is A Hoax", the recent Ted Cruz-Alyssa Milano debate, Brexit, Chrissy Tiegen and the fact that we used to have an elite that was at least sort of elite.   He also talks discusses the passing of T Boone Pickens, the latest headlines regarding Antonio Brown, banning vaping, Trump firing John Bolton as National Security Advisor and more! This episode is brought to you by or sponsor: Daniel's NYC - By cutting out the middlemen, and selling directly to YOU, Daniel's is able to offer a high-quality, luxury leather briefcase at the incredibly reasonable price of $195.  This week my listeners can get $25 off their Daniel's briefcase at DanielsNYC.com by using promo code MILLER at checkout!
September 10, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about traveling to and performing with David Spade and Norm MacDonald at the Winstar World Casino in Oklahoma, the popularity of podcasting, having a puppeteer as a wing man, Michael Palin's diaries, home exercise equipment, Popeye's chicken sandwich, President Trump's tweeting habits, Debra Messing wanting to publish the names of Trump supporters in Hollywood, tenure, having a miniature horse as an emotional support animal and more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Plexaderm - Picture your face in the mirror.  Do you see all those wrinkles and crows feet?  Now imagine they're gone! I'm not talking about some risky, expensive surgery -- just gone inn minutes.  It's called PLEXADERM, a clinically studied serum that visibly eliminates your wrinkles, crow's feet and under eye bags in minutes! Go to TryPlexaderm.com and use my code MILLER for 50% off plus an extra $10 off.
September 5, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about the controversy surrounding Dave Chapelle's latest comedy special for Netflix, the US Open, a book he's reading called "One Lucky Fan", Laslo Toth and therapy. He also discusses the Odessa shooting, remembering riots in Paris, Chilean Miners, CNN's 7 hours of town halls about climate change, why it's important to read writers on the other side of the political spectrum from you and more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: SimpliSafe - SimpliSafe security systems have video verification technology, which helps police get on the scene up to 3.5 times faster.  SimpliSafe protects every door, window, and room with twenty-four seven professional monitoring.  Go to SimpliSafe.com/MILLER and get free shipping and a money-back guarantee!
September 3, 2019
Dennis sits down to talk to Jon Lovitz about... ACTING! He talks about doing more than 20 plays at UC Irvine, learning Shakespeare, performing at a Renaissance Festival, finding a home at the Groundlings, performing on The Tonight Show, auditioning for SNL where he was originally going to anchor Weekend Update, presenting on the Oscars, taking an acting class taught by Marlon Brando and more!
August 29, 2019
Dennis, Christian and Lindsey talk about Labor Day and delivery room etiquette, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck’s decision to retire at the age of 29 and the future of the NFL, millennials valuing patriotism and kids who want socialism, Joe Biden proclaiming himself “not nuts” and Elizabeth Warren drawing larger crowds, the brilliance of Norm MacDonald, John Wayne’s career and more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Plexaderm - Picture your face in the mirror.  Do you see all those wrinkles and crows feet?  Now imagine they're gone! I'm not talking about some risky, expensive surgery -- just gone inn minutes.  It's called PLEXADERM, a clinically studied serum that visibly eliminates your wrinkles, crow's feet and under eye bags in minutes! Go to TryPlexaderm.com and use my code MILLER for 50% off plus an extra $10 off. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Many people are unaware that driving high can be dangerous.  In 2015, 42% of drivers killed in crashes tested positive for drugs.  The truth is driving while high is deadly.  If you feel different you drive different.  Drive high get a DUI. Calm - Calm is the number one app for sleep.  Sleep deficiency does serious damage.  Not just to your brain, but to your body as well.  The sleepless are more prone to accidents, weight gain, and depression.  Right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com\MILLER .
August 27, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by comedian Jo Koy, whom he met backstage a few weeks ago on "Lights Out with David Spade". Jo talks about growing up in Tacoma and Las Vegas with a Filipino family, and how he got started in comedy thirty years ago, renting out theaters and selling tickets, getting sponsors and how determination and good luck got him onto "Showtime at the Apollo" and BET's "Comic View". He also talks about how excited he was to meet Dennis, and previously meeting Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey, performing in arenas, why he thinks his comedy connects with audiences and much more! This episode is brought to you by or sponsors: Daniel's NYC - By cutting out the middlemen, and selling directly to YOU, Daniel's is able to offer a high-quality, luxury leather briefcase at the incredibly reasonable proce of $195.  This week my listeners can get $25 off their Daniel's briefcase at DanielsNYC.com by using promo code MILLER at checkout! National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Many people are unaware that driving high can be dangerous.  In 2015, 42% of drivers killed in crashes tested positive for drugs.  The truth is driving while high is deadly.  If you feel different you drive different.  Drive high get a DUI.
August 22, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about Trump’s reaction to Denmark, his Twitter habits and his treatment by the press compared to Obama. There’s also conversation about the inability of both sides to have a conversation about guns, Jill Biden imploring Democrats to vote for her husband, what his brain surgeon had to say, and Bill deBlasio’s commitment to running for president. He also talks about an Ingmar Bergman biography he’s reading, watching Audrey Hepburn films, model/actress Capucine, comedians who are hard to follow and the New York Mets. Plus, retired police officer Thomas Gandy discusses his podcast where First Reponders and military share their War Stories. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Many people are unaware that driving high can be dangerous.  In 2015, 42% of drivers killed in crashes tested positive for drugs.  The truth is driving while high is deadly.  If you feel different you drive different.  Drive high get a DUI. Mint Mobile - Mint Mobile provides the same premium network coverage you're used to, but at a fraction of the cost because everything is online.  Mint Mobile saves on retail locations and overhead, then passes those savings directly to you.  To get your new wireless plan for just $15 a month, and get the plan shipped to your door for FREE, go to MintMobile.com/MILLER.
August 20, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about how he's come up with a new way to classify "The Squad" and branding problems for both Antifa and the Proud Boys. He discusses the notion that President Trump wants to buy Greenland and tries to understand Jay Z's decision to partner with the NFL. He also discusses how much he enjoyed seeing Sebastian Maniscalco, and that his opener, Pat McGann was very funny too. He also talks more about his appearance on David Spade's show, alongside comedian Jo Koy, some of the biggest performances he's given, the amount of money Netflix spends on comedy and how he used to be invited to the Vanity Fair Oscar party. They also discuss how much they enjoyed Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon A Time in Hollywood", George S Kaufman and Maury Riskin's work with the Marx Brothers, Matt Damon, author James Patterson's book about Jeffrey Epstein and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Many people are unaware that driving high can be dangerous.  In 2015, 42% of drivers killed in crashes tested positive for drugs.  The truth is driving while high is deadly.  If you feel different you drive different.  Drive high get a DUI.
August 15, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about his trip down to LA for an appearance on “Lights Out with David Spade”. They also discuss  Jeffrey Epstein's suicide, the amount of homeless tent cities in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, the viral video of Chris Cuomo freaking out, green cards, an Indian man who pushed his BMW into a river because he wanted a jaguar and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Many people are unaware that driving high can be dangerous.  In 2015, 42% of drivers killed in crashes tested positive for drugs.  The truth is driving while high is deadly.  If you feel different you drive different.  Drive high get a DUI. SimpliSafe - SimpliSafe security systems have video verification technology, which helps police get on the scene up to 3.5 times faster.  SimpliSafe protects every door, window, and room with twenty-four seven professional monitoring.  Go to SimpliSafe.com/MILLER and get free shipping and a money-back guarantee!
August 13, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by Jay Leno who talks about the upcoming fifth season of his CNBC show “Jay’s Garage”, why he feels like he got out of late night TV at the right time, what he thought of Letterman early in his career, and how he used to plan stage time around a job he had driving Rolls Royces between Boston and New York. He and Dennis also reminisce about the early days and some of the other comedians they worked with, which leads to a surprising conversation about head wounds. Then, Dennis, Christian and Lindsey listen to some voicemails, which leads to conversation about Juan and Julian Castro, Alaska, Shakespeare, whether Shakespeare in Love is the worst Oscar winner ever, Shake Shack, Luby’s, a listener who swallowed a bug and much more!
August 8, 2019
In reference to recent events, Dennis talks about how he doesn’t know anything, and people on television who claim to have all the answers don’t look like they have any. He also reacts to Joaquin Castro posting the names and employers of Texans who donated to the Trump campaign, Steve Bartman, a California law designed to make Trump releases his taxes, the latest polling of Democrats running for president in 2020, Val Kilmer as Mark Twain, just what is a ten year treasury note, Jon Huntsman’s warning for Trump and more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Calm - Calm is the number one app for sleep.  Sleep deficiency does serious damage.  Not just to your brain, but to your body as well.  The sleepless are more prone to accidents, weight gain, and depression.  Right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com\MILLER .  Candid Co - Did you know your teeth move as you get older? And if you want to get your teeth fixed, the last thing you want to do is wear braces.  That's why I am happy to tell you about Candid - the clear alternative to braces!  Learn more at CandidCo.com/DENNIS and use code DENNIS to get $75 off.
August 6, 2019
Dennis reviews President Trump’s comment on Baltimore being a “rodent-infested mess”, the $16 billion in federal aid Baltimore receives annually, and Trump's attempt to improve inner cities.     He also​ talks about his developing inability to watch war films, Robert Mueller's recent testimony, eye sensitivity after cataract surgery, North Korea launching ballistic missiles and the fact that Andre Agassi never stretches before a match.
August 1, 2019
Dennis talks about his vacation in Greece and shares the new jokes he wrote while away, including ones on mindfulness, name dropping to natives, and Paul Newman.  He also talks about whether or not Lindsey's laugh is annoying, his cataract surgery, not being able to do Downward Facing Dog, and how Dennis and Christian are suffering from A-O.C.D. and A-O.C.P.D. respectively. Finally, Dennis discusses Norm Macdonald lighting up Bette Midler over her "blackground" comment, Bette Midler refusing to take a photo with Dennis for fear he would post it to social media, the Democratic Debate and more! Don't forget to catch Dennis, David Spade, and Norm Macdonald at the Winstar Casino in Thackerviller, Oklahoma.  Get tickets here! This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Manscaped - Manscaped offers precision engineered tools to make them #1 in men's below the belt grooming.  Get 20% off and free shipping when you use the code "MILLER" at Manscaped.com.
July 30, 2019
Dennis sits down with his one-time SNL cast-mate Julia Sweeney, who shares stories of starting out at the Groundlings, being cast at SNL, the tremendous impact the show had on pop culture, meeting Norm MacDonald, her one-woman show "Older and Wider", the changes to comedy, and how she's new to social media. She also talks about getting older, becoming an atheist, how she met her husband thanks to a fan letter that his brother sent her, a letter she once wrote to Frank Capra (whom she later met), showing movies to refugees and much more!
July 25, 2019
Dennis continues his conversation with actor, author and raconteur Orson Bean, who talks about meeting the love of his life, his wife actress Alley Mills and how he wore her down until she finally agreed to marry him. He also describes how his faith has gotten stronger over time, and discusses with Dennis the state of political discourse and how today is worse than the time when he was blacklisted. He reminisces about meeting and getting to know his son-in-law Andrew Breitbart, life in Venice, California, his experiences making the film "Anatomy of a Murder" and working with Otto Premminger. working with Art Carney and befriending Jackie Gleason and his secret to a long life. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: BetterHelp - BetterHelp offers licensed professional counselors who are specialized in issues, such as depression, stress, anxiety, relationships, grief, self-esteem and more.  Go to betterhelp.com/miller .  Simply fill out a questionnaire (to help them assess your needs) and get matched with a counselor you'll love. And, right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/miller !
July 23, 2019
Actor, author and raconteur Orson Bean is in studio to talk about his recent stage productions, including "Safe At Home" which is available for free on YouTube. He also talks about his upbringing, how he was a class clown and hated school, entertaining the troops in Japan which led to his getting into show business by developing a magic act and transitioning into comedy at the Blue Angel in the Village.  He talks about his life as a "big Leftie", which meant that figuring that life was unfair, while socialists never stop saying it's not fair. He describes being blacklisted and how Ed Sullivan was able to help him after he'd moved over to Broadway and being a part of the first coast-to-coast color broadcast. He shares stories about his time working with Walter Mathau and Jayne Mansfield, whom he introduced to her husband Micke Hargitay, plus George Carlin, Steve Martin, Count Basie, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff and Chuck Lorre. He also details embracing Christianity after the realization that God really loves him, but some of the problems that he has with organized religion.This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Mint Mobile - Mint Mobile provides the same premium network coverage you're used to, but at a fraction of the cost because everything is online.  Mint Mobile saves on retail locations and overhead, then passes those savings directly to you.  To get your new wireless plan for just $15 a month, and get the plan shipped to your door for FREE, go to MintMobile.com/MILLER. Calm - Calm is the number one app for sleep.  Sleep deficiency does serious damage.  Not just to your brain, but to your body as well.  The sleepless are more prone to accidents, weight gain, and depression.  Right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com\MILLER .
July 18, 2019
Christian fills Dennis in on Lindsey's appearance on the Bladtcast and her time spent working on Loveline with Dr. Drew.  Dennis talks about the genius that is Bill Hader and the upcoming season of Barry.  He also talks about the Eagles Special, The Blue Jean Committee and Big Little Lies. Later Dennis discusses the criticism that Trump faces versus that faced by Obama, the brilliance in the marketing strategy of the BlackBerry, Mets baseball, Pete Alonso and more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Calm - Calm is the number one app for sleep.  Sleep deficiency does serious damage.  Not just to your brain, but to your body as well.  The sleepless are more prone to accidents, weight gain, and depression.  Right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com\MILLER .  Mint Mobile - Mint Mobile provides the same premium network coverage you're used to, but at a fraction of the cost because everything is online.  Mint Mobile saves on retail locations and overhead, then passes those savings directly to you.  To get your new wireless plan for just $15 a month, and get the plan shipped to your door for FREE, go to MintMobile.com/MILLER.
July 16, 2019
Dennis gives his read of Jeffrey Epstein and whether there is enough reporting of his ties to Bill Clinton. He also talks about Trump as a brand, Judd Nelson, Brandon Tartikoff, Mickey Rooney’s character in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, the film “Mannequin” and more! This episode is brought to you by: Mint Mobile - Mint Mobile provides the same premium network coverage you're used to, but at a fraction of the cost because everything is online.  Mint Mobile saves on retail locations and overhead, then passes those savings directly to you.  To get your new wireless plan for just $15 a month, and get the plan shipped to your door for FREE, go to MintMobile.com/MILLER.
July 11, 2019
Dennis talks about the passing of Ross Perot, the border and The US Women’s Soccer Championship Team’s decision to not go to the White House.  He also talks about some sage-like advice he once got from David Bowie, the Mets Pete Alonso winning the home run derby and much more! This episode is brought to you by: Purple Mattress – The Purple material feels very unique because it’s both firm and soft at the same time – so it keeps everything supported while still feeling really comfortable.  Plus it’s breathable so it sleeps cool.  You’re going to love Purple.  Right now, my listeners will get FREE Purple pillow with the purchase of a mattress! That’s in addition to the great free gifts they’re offering site wide.  Just text Miller to 84888.  Message and data rates may apply.
July 9, 2019
Dennis reacts to Eric Swalwell dropping out of the Democratic presidential sweepstakes, Joe Biden’s debate performance and theorizes on his future in the Democratic race. He tells Christian and Lindsey about his vacation and who he saw while attending a UFC fight that featured a knockout after only five seconds. There's also discussion of the time he met Marilyn Manson, sham marriages, texting while driving, Harvey Levin’s interview with Benjamin Netanyahu and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: BetterHelp - BetterHelp offers licensed professional counselors who are specialized in issues, such as depression, stress, anxiety, relationships, grief, self-esteem and more.  Go to http://betterhelp.com/miller .  Simply fill out a questionnaire (to help them assess your needs) and get matched with a counselor you'll love.
July 2, 2019
Author Ben Mezrich calls in to talk about his new book "The Bitcoin Billonaires". He starts off talking about his book "The Accidental Billionaires" which was adapted into the film "The Social Network", and how Mark Zuckerberg is living up to the person that we always thought he was and the movie got him right, but the film got the Winklevoss twins exactly wrong, and he hopes the new book gives them their due. He also discusses some of the big winners in the Bitcoin industry, and just how much money there was for people who got involved early. Dennis also unpacks a mixed bag of topics for Christian and Lindsey, ranging from The Biden Family, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, his rumba, the New York Mets front office, Andy Robinson in "Dirty Harry" and much more!  This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: Candid Co - Did you know your teeth move as you get older? And if you want to get your teeth fixed, the last thing you want to do is wear braces.  That's why I am happy to tell you about Candid - the clear alternative to braces!  Learn more at CandidCo.com/DENNIS and use code DENNIS to get $75 off.
June 27, 2019
Dennis talks to Bill O'Reilly about Wednesday night's Democratic candidates debate and how the field of candidates matches up with President Trump. He also talks to Christian and Lindsey about Bernie Sanders' plan to forgive more than a trillion dollars worth of college debt. Plus, his memories of Monday Night Football, his friend Dana Carvey, the brilliance of Chevy Chase, the prognosis of the podcast and much more! This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: Mint Mobile - Mint Mobile provides the same premium network coverage you're used to, but at a fraction of the cost because everything is online.  Mint Mobile saves on retail locations and overhead, then passes those savings directly to you.  To get your new wireless plan for just $15 a month, and get the plan shipped to your door for FREE, go to MintMobile.com/MILLER. BetterHelp - BetterHelp offers licensed professional counselors who are specialized in issues, such as depression, stress, anxiety, relationships, grief, self-esteem and more.  Go to http://betterhelp.com/miller .  Simply fill out a questionnaire (to help them assess your needs) and get matched with a counselor you'll love. Calm - Calm is the number one app for sleep.  Sleep deficiency does serious damage.  Not just to your brain, but to your body as well.  The sleepless are more prone to accidents, weight gain, and depression.  Right now, Dennis Miller Option listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com\MILLER .
June 25, 2019
Before talking to author Brad Thor about his latest book Backlash, Dennis remembers the time Brad came up to him in a restaurant. Brad later talks about how the new book is his nineteenth featuring Scott Harvath, whom he considers his alter ego. He also talks about how he decided to write his first novel, which was recently honored by Barnes and Noble, and what the intelligence community thinks of the current administration. Then, Dennis talks about how much he loves the idea of Trump live-tweeting the Democrats’ upcoming debate, gives credit to Coleman Hughes for his stance on reparations, talks about how inconsequential Congressman Steve Cohen is, Joe Biden, the Electoral College, how Democrats take their base for granted and the media’s belief they treated Obama the same way they handle Trump. Dennis also remembers being at the Columbus Cafe In New York with Tom Selleck and meeting Robert Duvall, talks about watching a Mick Ronson documentary and tells Christian and Lindsey more about his Hawaiian trip, including hiking Diamond Head and taking a helicopter ride. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors: DynaTrap - DynaTrap is the leading manufacturer of outdoor mosquito and insect traps, and now they've come up with a solution for indoor pests - the DynaTrap Fly Light.  Get yours at DynaTrap.com.  Enter the promo code "MILLER" and receive 15% off any of their products! Harry's Razors - Harry's makes quality, durable blades at a fair price - just $2 per blade!  Dennis Miller Option listeners can redeem their trial set at Harrys.com/OPTION.
June 20, 2019
Dennis responds to some listener feedback and then talks to Christian and Lindsey about baseball greats Bob Gibson, Pee Wee Reese,  Keith Hernandez, Ron Fairly and Lenny Dykstra. Then Hollywood In Toto editor Christian Toto talks about how tedious “woke” films have become, the mixed success of biopics, Keanu Reeves Renaissance, “The Dead Don’t Die”, “Midsomer”, the upcoming Joker Movie, “Dr. Sleep” and more!
June 18, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by Jason Stapleton, whose podcast "Wealth, Power, and Influence with Jason Stapleton" is also available on Westwood One. He talks about coming back reasonably undamaged by his service in Iraq and Afghanistan, but having friends who weren't as fortunate. He also talks about libertarianism, objectivism and the core-tenents of brand-building, including taking a look at Dennis's career. Dennis also talks to Christian and Lindsey about his trip to Hawaii, Prince Harry and Megahn Markle,  President Trump's recent interview with George Stephanopolous, the notion of opposition research by foreign agents, the validity of polls this far out from the 2020 election and the notion that talent is not equal.  This episode is brought to you by our sponsor: DynaTrap - The DynaTrap Indoor Fly Light is your solution for indoor pests.  It looks like a subtle nightlight and plugs into any indoor outlet. Get yours at DynaTrap.com.  Enter promo code "MILLER" and receive 15% off any of their products.
June 13, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about CNN’s ratings down 16%, Jake Tapper, Trump’s track record on the border, how much our schools have changed over the past 50 years, Homeless people on the Bay Area living in tree houses and a girl who caught a rash from her pet rat.  He also discusses the state of the podcast, his fear of an asteroid hitting the earth, the history of the Lululemon company, the deliciousness of Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles, his appearance on Star Search more than 35 years ago and much more!
June 11, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by Adam Carolla, who talks about race cars, Paul Newman and a number of automotive films he has produced. He also promotes his new special Not Taco Bell Material which he filmed in Portland, and comments on that city’s homeless problem, his family, public works issues in big cities, Guantanamo Bay, Amelia Aerhart and James Holzhauer losing on Jeopardy and much more!
June 6, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about Trump in London, the USS McCain being kept out of Trump’s sight, why Kellyanne Conway would possibly stay with her husband, Beto O’Rourke apologizing for being an asshole to campaign staffers,  Ron Paul wondering if the US and UK are trying to kill Julian Assange, HBO’s Chernobyl mini-series and Stephen Colbert’s career. They also talk about Shirley Jones, Martin and Lewis, George Hamilton, Olivia deHaviland and much more!
June 4, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian and Lindsey about John Travolta, The Ben Stiller Show, Christopher Reeve and Robin Williams as roommates at Juliard, a Christian Dior exhibit, Honolulu, Trump's hair, sitting at a hockey game with James Lipton, Real Housewives, the Panama Canal and more!
May 30, 2019
Dennis is in Dallas, talking to Christian about Robert Mueller, Jerry Nadler, Joe Biden and other a-holes. Dennis also talks about how Mitch McConnell's stance on Supreme Court appointments in election years, the likelihood of Trump's re-election, how glad he is that he's taking a stand against China, and just who is helped by his tax breaks. Plus, Mets' hitting coach Chili Davis, hipster priests, "The Razor's Edge", Broadchurch, "War Pigs", Atlas Shrugged, "Glengarry, Glen Ross" and a voicemail from our friend "Gene Simmons".
May 28, 2019
Dennis chats with National Review editor Rich Lowry about the ability to praise his successes in spite of his shortcomings. They also talk about Jerry Nadler, Nancy Pelosi, the surprising success of Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders’s disdain for charter schools, which used to be a bipartisan issue. Plus, Hillary, Michelle Obama, Dennis’s belief that no one other than Trump could handle this kind of vitriol, and, of course, tater tots.
May 23, 2019
Dennis is filling in for Larry King at the Ora TV studios where he sits down with comedian Kevin Nealon, whom he talks about how tough it is to go onstage after him. They also discuss performing at "Catch A Rising Star" in the old days, bad New York City apartments, and their SNL paychecks. Kevin talks about his sitcom "Man With A Plan" being renewed for a fourth season and some of the great guests he has had on his YouTube show "Hiking with Kevin". Then, Dennis chats with Christian about Bruce Springsteen, Jet Blue Mint, Game of Thrones, Mike Pence, Pete Buttigeg's Fox Town Hall, doing longer episodes of the podcast and much more!
May 21, 2019
Dennis starts off the show chatting with Alan Parsons about his new album, "The Secret", the Magic Castle, his career which included engineering Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" and being in the studio for the last two Beatles albums, and fundraiser they did together up in Santa Barbara. Dennis also talks about areas where he believes Trump is doing an effective job and how he believes it's important to him to get things right with China, which Chuck Schumer agrees about. He also chats with Christian about the television show "Broadchurch", Alexandria Ocasio Cortez characterizing the GOP as "Dwight from the Office" and much more!
May 16, 2019
Dennis talks to Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Victor Davis Hanson, whose latest book is "The Case for Trump" about the symbolism of the Notre Dame fire, the Left's attempted coup of Trump, why people are afraid to show their support for him, the possibility of a civil war,  life in the San Francisco Bay Area, the likelihood of Hillary running for President and much more!
May 14, 2019
Dennis eventually connects with comedian Nick DiPaolo to discuss his new special "Breath of Fresh Air", some of the great press he's been getting, including being the number one trending topic on Twitter. He also discusses some of the people he goes after in the special, how he never liked Bill Cosby, how Trump is a better president than he was host of "The Apprentice" and the degree to which he has gotten into some people's kitchen. Dennis also talks to Christian about Joe Biden, Trump's track record on the border, China and North Korea, Irish accents, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Mary Tyler Moore, Elon Musk and alternative forms of energy, Three Mile Island and SBDs.
May 9, 2019
Dennis talks to Christian about the result of the Kentucky Derby, Trump’s tax returns, the Sultan of Brunei, Jerry Nadler, Chuck Todd, David Horowitz, the Avatar film franchise, jobs at  a Renaissance Festival and a deli, great Chefs Grant Achatz, Anthony Bourdain, Magnus Nillson, Gene Kelly and much more!
May 7, 2019
Paul Stanley of Kiss talks about his new book "Backstage Pass" and the band's "End of the Road" tour, his painting, the familial relationship with bassist Gene Simmons and the importance of some of the musicians that made an impression on him in his youth, including  seeing Hendrix perform twice and Zeppelin on tour between the first two albums. Dennis also talks to his co-host Christian Bladt about Michael Cohen heading off to jail, Iran and North Korea, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new baby, Marc Bolan, Elton John and much more!
May 2, 2019
Dennis and Christian clean out the voicemail box at (866)609-RANT, starting with show announcer Fard Muhammad talking about an SNL exhibit in Chicago that leads Dennis to stories about Robert Smigel, Ben Stiller and Bob Odenkirk. There's also voicemails about Julian Assange, television executives, Ernest Borgnine, and from Hollywood legend Howie Lancaster. Plus, there's praise for Dennis, Christian and Lindsey, discussion about Lori Laughlin and Felicity Huffman, the "Chef's Table" television show, Joe Biden speaking, Avengers Endgame and much more!
April 30, 2019
Dennis is joined by Breitbart Senior Editor John Nolte to discuss the recent anti-Semitic cartoon from the New York Times, CNN’s Jake Tapper and Chris Cuomo, Biden, Bernie, Buttigieg and Beto and the White House Correspondents Dinner. They also discuss Hitchcock and other favorite films. Dennis also talks to Christian about people who live their life in fear of spoilers, Fox News, the cancellation of the Woodstock 50th Anniversary Concert, Beethoven and much more!
April 25, 2019
Dennis is joined by Michael Knowles of The Daily Wire to talk about speaking at colleges in 2019, Bernie Sanders and voting rights for convicted felons. Then, Dennis discusses the White House Correspondents Dinner, Susan Rice's Netflix deal and whether he has missed the point on Trump. Christian tries to explain to Dennis why "Avengers: Endgame" was so great without giving away any spoilers, your voicemails at 866-509-7268 and more!
April 23, 2019
Dennis and Christian overcome some technical problems to welcome Las Vegas Review-Journal White House Correspondent Debra Saunders to discuss covering President Trump, immigration, who else might be up to the task of being president,  the Mueller report and how collusion is a bogus story. There's also discussion about whether or not a white man should represent Democrats in 2020, the film "Free Solo", Golfer Jean van de Velde, why turtles are so slow, sugar, baseball, your voicemails at 866-509-RANT and more!
April 18, 2019
Dennis reminiscences about his terrible New York apartment when he would get stage time at the Comic Strip at 2:30, being at the Final Four with his sons, skiing with Bruce Springsteen and hanging out with Robin Williams. He also talks about watching "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" for the first time and being impressed by Chris Cuomo's reporting. He gives his thoughts on Fox News hosting a town hall with Bernie Sanders, Michel Avenatti and the news that prosecutors in Florida will release video of Robert Kraft at a massage parlor, and his fascination with the film "The Meg"
April 16, 2019
Dennis reacts to the news about the fire at Notre Dame in Paris, discusses the great weekend he had as part of the Turner Classic Movies festival, the triumphant weekend for Tiger Woods, Julian Assange, Cher & Sanctuary Cities, what it must be like when Trump has Pelosi and Schumer over for dinner, Pelosi's public dis of AOC, Writer's Guild members being compelled to fire their agents as part of a contract renegotiation and a man suing his parents for $86,000 for throwing away his porn. He also checks your voicemails from (866)509-7268.
April 11, 2019
Dennis comments on President Trump's indefatigablity, Nancy Pelosi, Jerry Nadler and William Barr, Hillary's e-mails and great film scores. Plus, an inquiry about AOC's relationship, the upcoming TCM film festival, Kevin Costner and great feedback on the recent Jimmy Connors interview and much more!
April 9, 2019
Dennis is joined by author, columnist, broadcaster and raconteur Mark Steyn to discuss their recent tour together and the upcoming Mark Steyn Cruise, which Dennis will be a part of. They also discuss the resignation of DHS Secretary  Kirstjen Nielsen, the situation at the border and the Left's reaction to it, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Mueller investigation, Bill Clinton's impeachment hearing, Benghazi, Jerry Nadler and much more! Dennis also talks about an interview he did with Ben Shapiro where he forgot to plug his own show, shares stories about hanging out with Michael Douglas and Martin Short, a dinner he and Dana Carvey had with William Shatner, Felicity Huffman pleading guilty, and your voicemails at 866-509-7268.
April 3, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by his friend, tennis great Jimmy Connors, who talks about his upbringing by his mother and grandmother, both of whom made tennis such an important part of his life. He also talks about the highs and lows of his career, his opponents, rivals and life after tennis
April 2, 2019
Dennis is joined by his friend, SNL great Dana Carvey who brings along The Church Lady, Grumpy Old Man, Paul McCartney doing the news, Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas Greco-Roman Wrestling, plus reminiscences about SNL with Dennis, observations about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Jussie Smollett, Downton Abbey and much more! Dennis also talks about the SNL after parties and how easily you could tell when you were going to have a bad host on that show. He also talks about Jay Leno, the Rolling Stones, the New York Mets, the latest violence at Dodger Stadium, the "danger triangle" and he takes your voicemails at 866-509-7268.
March 28, 2019
Dennis reacts to Jussie Smollett having all charges dropped against him and the ensuing reaction to it, while asking the question as to whether or not he is racist. He also responds to a listener who doesn't like him singing on the show, the concept of "found humor" and grand mal seizures.  He also talks about his travels in the Antarctic and in Africa, Malcolm X, Henry V, Harry Reid, Atlas Shrugged, Glengarry Glen Ross and much more!
March 26, 2019
Dennis reacts to the release of the Mueller Report, its vindication of Trump and the Left's handling of it.  Then he's joined by the great Thomas Sowell to discuss his latest book, a revised and enlarged edition of "Discrimination and Disparities". Dennis also discusses Michael Avenatti's woes, Comey, Lindsey Graham, Rob Gronkowski, Carl Burnett, Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster and much more.
March 21, 2019
Dennis comments on how nobody works the area between the White House and a helicopter the way Trump does while weighing in on the feud with Kellyanne Conway's husband George, and what Brit Hume has to say about the whole thing. He also comments on John McCain, Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden and trypohobia, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren's desire to abolish the Electoral College. Dennis also chats with Christian about some of his wardrobe choices when he was on SNL, a Mike Wallace book he's currently reading, people who yell at the airport and Donald Duck. They also unveil the show's number to leave a voicemail, a very familiar sounding number to fans of the old radio show, and much more!
March 19, 2019
Dennis discusses Beto O'Rourke's presidential announcement, the border wall, the possibility of a primary challenge to Ilhan Omar, Sarah Sanders sparring with Jim Acosta, Dick Cheney confronting Mike Pence about the Trump administration's foreign policy, Michael Avenatti cutting ties with Stormy Daniels, Bill DeBlasio, Trump's "Tim Apple" tweet, Tucker Carlson, Justin Trudeau, Ann Coulter, socialism, ISIS, a Catholic school that denied enrollment to the child of a gay couple and the income disparity of San Francisco.    Dennis also talks to Christian about his first Letterman appearance, watching "Valley of the Dolls" with Martin Short, Disneyland, Digital Underground and much more!
March 14, 2019
Dennis talks to the great Gary Sinise about his new book, "Grateful American", his journey from self to service, his strong military connection, the impact 9/11 had on their respective outlooks on life, meeting medal of honor recipients and the alarming suicide rate among veterans. Dennis also chats with Christian about the college admission bribery scandal involving actresses Lori Laughlin and Felicity Huffman, among others. They also discuss Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and socialism and Virginia politics.  Plus, remembrances of great SNL sketches, terrible jobs and much more!
March 12, 2019
Dennis is joined by Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Victor Davis Hanson, who discusses his new book, "The Case for Trump", including how he was able to win, his authenticity, the way that he drives the Left crazy, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the legacies of Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell and more! Dennis also chats with Christian about a variety of topics, including the "Leaving Neverland" documentary, Joe Biden leading Dems polling without even actually being in the race, meeting Stephen King in a graveyard, Star Trek, Star Wars, "The Masked Singer" and Bryce Harper signing 13 year contract with the Phillies.
March 7, 2019
Dennis explains how the precise moment Hillary Clinton said she wasn't running in 2020 was when he knew that she would run. He also reacts to President Trump swearing at CPAC, North Korea rebuilding a dismantled missile launch site, the severity of the situation at our Southern Border, Kylie Jenner being named the youngest self-made millionaire and Roger Stone. He also talks to Christian about flying first class, arriving early at the gate, David Letterman and Norm MacDonald's impression of him, Robin Williams, Eric Estrada once peeing during an interview with him, A Clockwork Orange and much, much more!
March 5, 2019
There are some technical difficulties, but Dennis is back, talking about his time at Spring Training with his son, the Michael Cohen hearings, the deal with Kim Jong Un that fell apart, the Green New Deal, the Born Alive bill and how important 2020 will be at determining the course we’re on as a nation. Dennis also explains why he’s convinced Hillary will be our next president and how Joe Biden apologizing for complimenting Mike Pence tells you everything you’ll need to know about him. Plus, Remi Malek, Truman Capote, the Spruce Goose, the Wild Bunch and much more!
February 28, 2019
Musicians Vivian Campbell and Phill Soussan stop by the studio to talk to Dennis about their band Last in Line's New Album, "II", The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Gene Simmons, Billy Idol, Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin manager Peter Grant. Then, Dennis and Christian discuss the outrage over a John Wayne interview from the early 70s, Elizabeth Warren's comments on President Trump's declaration of a National Emergency, hidden cameras in airline seats and more!
February 26, 2019
Dennis chats with Christian about what he thinks is next for Jussie Smollett, Lara Logan, the notion that Trump is a Russian double agent and former Mets 2nd basemen Daniel Murphy  They also talk about earthquake insurance, the film “Boogie Nights” and much more! Finally, Dennis reacts to Bernie Sanders characterizing President Trump as 'a pathological liar, a fraud, a racist, a sexist'
February 21, 2019
Dennis is joined in studio by comedian Nick DiPaolo, and they discuss Jussie Smollett, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the prescience of George Orwell, and why the Left hates Trump so much. Nick also talks about writing with Louie CK on The Chris Rock Show, and watching his evolution as a performer. They also talk about the legacies of Sam Kinison, Red Foxx and Otto & George,  the hardest they have ever laughed and much more.
February 19, 2019
Long-time entertainment journalist AJ Benza is back, sitting down with Dennis to talk about the latest with regards to Jussie Smollet, Jeff Bezos, Michael Jackson, Caitlyn Jenner and Magic Johnson, to name a few.  There's also some old Hollywood talk about Clark Gable, when AJ lived with Robert Evans, the presentation of some Oscars during the commercial breaks,their admiration for actors like Jon Voight and James Woods who aren't afraid to speak their minds. Finally, they discuss how anyone can become passe in a second.
February 14, 2019
Dennis and Christian are waiting on their new equipment from Westwood One, so they’re in a music studio in Santa Barbara, which reminds Dennis of a favorite David Bowie story from his friend Peter Noone. Then, Dennis talks about reading Paul Shaffer’s book, how his wife saw the Cream Reunion, and the “Bohemian Rhapsody” film. There are technical problems as they try to connect with AJ Benza, who will hopefully be rescheduled for next week. They talk about Jeff Bezos, Dennis’s regular hikes with Jimmy Connors,  the recent polling that blames President Trump for the recent government shutdown, which leads to a conversation on the wall and border security, the specifics of the DEFCON system and much more!
February 12, 2019
Comedian Brian Regan calls in to discuss his new Netflix series, produced by Jerry Seinfeld, his career, his process of joke writing and how he hones a bit to perfection. He also talks about performing in London for the first time and talks to Dennis about comedians Ronnie Shakes, Kelly Monteith, Richard Belzer,  Dennis also talks to Christian about director Brian Singer, the recent women's march, the MOAB, the media's handling of the Catholic high school kids from Covington, Kentucky, Leonardo DiCaprio's decision to fly commercial, and more!
December 27, 2018
Paul Shaffer spends an hour in the studio, discussing his mini-residency in Las Vegas and some of the guests who have joined him. He looks back at the beginning of his careee in “Godspell” in Toronto in 1972, where he worked with Martin Short, Gilda Radner and Andrea Martin, being a part of the first five seasons of SNL including helping develop The Blues Brothers and Nick the Lounge Singer. He describes his first meetig with David Letterman and what it was like to work with him for 33 years. He also talks about getting to know Richard Belzer when he first moved to New York, and the first time he ran into Dennis at Catch A Rising Star in the 80s. Paul also discusses performing at Live Aid, his upcoming SiriusXM series, how cool Sinatra and Bing Crosby we’re and when he became a big James Brown fan. Finally, Paul responds to the rumor that he was Jerry Seinfeld’s first choice to play George Constanta.
December 20, 2018
Martin Short joins Dennis via phone to talk about Christmas, continuing his tour with Steve Martin and doing Paul Shaffer's show in Vegas. They also talk some of Martin's upcoming projects, his time on SNL and the dry wit of Christopher Guest. Dennis and Christian talk about VIctor Fleming as Woodrow Wilson's photographer, Kenneth Branuagh's Mary Shelly's Frankenstein, Shakespeare and Dennis and Mark Steyn's show in Syracuse being the same night Duke is in town. Plus: an Arkansas candidate for city council who didn't vote for himself in a run-off election that ended in a tie ultimately lost on a roll of the dice. They also discuss the time Dennis took ambien on a flight, how legal marijuana makes sense for a country that doesn't try anymore, Steph Curry not believing the moon landing, Wait Watchers being criticized for hiring Kate Hudson as an ambassador, an imprisoned deer poacher who has to watch "Bambi" once a month, bees, things falling from the sky, Def Leppard keeping one-armed drummer Rick Allen after losing his arm, and a dip into the mailbag asks the eternal question: did Jimi Hendrix self-pleasure himself right handed?
December 18, 2018
Dennis tells National Review editor Rich Lowry he doesn’t understand conservatives who would prefer Hillary to Trump. Rich talks about how he doesn’t take what Trump says personally but he could try harder to restrain himself. They also discuss the impact of the midterm elections, the importance of the suburbs, the path to Trump getting re-elected and his personality. They round out the conversation with a look at Brexit and Macron. Dennis talks about how he doesn't understand people who spend all day focused on how much they hate Trump and how the President considers the Green Beret who killed a bomb maker in Afghanistan an American hero. He also wishes a happy birthday to the Pope, explains why he won't miss Lamar Alexander' and traces the history of climate panic from global cooling, global warming and settling on "climate change", Dennis also talks to Christian about how he's started watching the American version of "The Office", the difficulty in unsubscribing from a mailing list and a story about how a school in the UK has begun teaching that boys can have periods too leads to a conversation about having the sex talk at school.
December 13, 2018
Dennis is in New York for an appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and he works out some of the material planned for the show. He also reacts to Trump's meeting with Pelosi and Schumer that pulled back the curtain and showed the American people how the sausage is made, the announcement of Time Magazine's "Person of the Year", Les Moonves threatening to sue CBS, Jerome Corsi actually suing Mueller, the DOJ, CIA, FBI and NSA for $350 million Plus, a conversation with Christian about an ingenuous new business where you hire dogs to clean up after people who relieve themselves in public, The Love Connection, Plinko, The Late Shift Movie, the sale of CBS Television City, Hallmark Channel Christmas Movies, the film "Heat" and much more.
December 11, 2018
Dennis talks to Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Victor Davis Hanson about whether or not the overthrow has already happened, if America is capable of staging a revolution if Democrats proceed with impeachment hearings and how effective Trump has been compared to the job another Republican President would have been. Victor also mentioned Obama’s collusion with Russia in 2012, and Dennis mentions how consequential he thinks Trump has been to the Republic. Dennis also talks to Christian about the arrest of Huawei's CEO in Canada, the great city of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, planning Wednesday's appearance on The Tonight Show, watching CNBC, a great Lynrd Skynrd documentary, having dinner with Peter Noone to celebrate his 50 years of marriage, a couple of books he's reading: one about Rodgers and Hammerstein and Andrew Lloyd Weber, some flaws with the "Mission : Impossible" franchise, the HBO series "My Brilliant Friend", a shout out from Al Michaels and some memories of doing "Monday Night Football" with him, some truly bad flight moments and much more!
December 6, 2018
Dennis starts off discussing the memorial service for Former President George HW Bush, and shares some of is personal remembrances of the 41st president. He also comments on a Vanity Fair piece called "Was Russiagate Worth It?" Dennis also chats with Christian about a radio station in Cleveland no longer playing the Christmas song "Baby, It's Cold Outside", the commemoration of 85 years since the end of Prohibition, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's denial that he died and was replaced by clone, Kevin Hart hosting the next Oscars, and New York City launching a drone program. Plus, the connection between Dennis's old syndicated Tribune television show and Les Moonves's accusers, trading marijuana on the Toronto stock exchange, Don Rickles' series "CPO Sharkey", Orson Welles and Howard Hawks, the caliber of food at an Outback steakhouse, McDonald's salt packets, Burger King's creative promotion for their app, the concept of terminal velocity and a group of vegans who clashed with diners after storming a steakhouse in order to play a recording of cows being slaughtered.
December 4, 2018
Dennis shares some fond remembrances of Former President George HW Bush, and talks about his legacy. He also talks to Christian about the mentality of the White House Press Corps, the fact that French President Macron has half the approval rating of President Trump, the political aspirations of Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Jeff Zucker, while Michael Avenatti regrettably won’t run. Also : the ongoing Jonas-Chopra nuptials, the recent wedding of Joe Scarborough and Mike Brezinski, the latest on-air skirmish between Joy Begar and Meghan McCain and how Bruce Springsteen thinks Trump will be re-elected. They also discuss Dennis performing with Paul Shaffer in Las Vegas over the weekend, his upcoming appearance with Jimmy Fallon, how you can help the show by subscribing, and so much more!
November 27, 2018
Dennis talks to Christian about why it makes sense to take a breath and actually figure out who everyone is at the border, President Trump's handling of the border, how easily he handles how much his detractors hate him and how the Left requires everyone to be all-in on everything on their check list. They also go through headlines about how Alan Dershowitz expects the Mueller report to be devastating but with no criminal charges for President Trump, John Kasich's presidential ambitions, the ongoing riots in Paris, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski getting married, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, backlash against Kevin Hart having a cowboys and Indians party and a Houston real estate agent who used racy photos to help sell a house. Plus, feedback on last week's Ben Makiewicz interview, a great story about Jack Benny and George Burns driving across country,watching "My Brilliant Friend", "Succession" and checking out "Mr. Robot", Disney's "The Black Hole", a great book about Howard Hawks he's reading, and a visit from a certain Simian medical professional.
November 22, 2018
On The Dennis Miller Option Thanksgiving special, Dennis stuffs 30 headlines into a little more than an hour, talking to Christian about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,  Flying with Mitt Romney, Ivanka's e-mails, the 9th Circuit Court blocking the administration's asylum ban, President Trump refusing considering a visit to a war zone, answering Mueller's questions, plans to appear at next year's White House Correspondents Dinner, wanting the Justice Department to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey, plans to shut down the government if Congress doesn't fund the border wall, turning off cameras facing reporters in the White House Briefing Room, and Obama hinting that President Trump has "mommy issues". They also discuss the CDC warning to not eat Romaine lettuce, if your water consumption could be hurting you, how Facebook is handling recent scandals, a planned Northern Exposure reboot, James Woods on Twitter Amber Tamblyn saying she considered giving her baby to Canada after the 2016 election, Brenda Snipes resignation, a petition urging Maroon 5 to not perform at the Super Bowl, El Chapo bribing the Mexican president $6 Million, protests in Spain and France, the Cleveland Browns possibly interviewing Condoleeza Rice, Silicon Valley wages, a man who set his luggage on fire in Pakistan, a rare snake with 2 heads that died in Virginia, and a stranded camel who entertained motorists along a snowy roadway. If that's not enough for you, there's also talk about Black Friday, a ballerina with polio, an affliction called tryophobia, a book called "Roast Chicken and Other Stories", Bill Murray's yearly Oscar picks segment, Orson Welles, Ed McMahon, McDonald's and Jabba the Hutt.
November 20, 2018
Dennis is joined in studio by Ben Mankiewicz of Turner Classic Movies, who talks about his 15 years with the network, and how it took some viewers awhile to warm up to him. He also talks about some of the upcoming guest programmers and special Christmas programming. Ben also talks about his grandfather Herman Mankiewicz who wrote the script for Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane", and shares some of Peter Bogdanovich's recollections of Welles. Ben also discusses the rest of his famous family: his his father Frank Mankiewicz work as campaign director for George McGovern's 1972 presidential run, his uncle Tony Mankiewicz who wrote three James Bond films, the first two Richard Donner "Superman" films and created the television series "Hart to Hart" and Joe Mankiewicz getting paid a million dollars for "Cleopatra" but wanting his name taken off of it all the same. This leads to a Dennis and Ben discussing how they think that film is underrated. They also talk about the work of Howard Hawks, why Dean Martin was the greatest talk show guest, and some of the great output from the studio system. He also talks about growing up an A's fan in Washington DC and what it was like for him to see a game in Oakland for the first time.
November 13, 2018
Dennis is joined by author and columnist Mark Steyn to discuss last week’s mid-term election results, this year's Florida recount compared to 2000's, why Amy Comey Barrett will be the next Supreme Court Justice, Paul Ryan as “the invisible Speaker”, French Prime Minister Macron saying patriotism is the opposite of nationalism as the angry mob at Tucker Carlson’s front door. Mark and Dennis also talk about their upcoming Adorable Depolorable Tour, the surprising grave locations of Mark Twain, Rudyard Kipling, PG Woodhouse, JD Salinger and the recent Mark Steyn Cruise. Dennis also chats with Christian about the California fires, CNN planning to sue the White House over revoking Jim Acosta’s credentials and the belated Sinema win in Arizona They also discuss the passing of the great Marvel comic book creator Stan Lee at the age of 95, Ray Donovan, Mr Robot, Star Trek, baldness in the future, the new Paul McCartney album and how you can’t blame the entertainment industry for having a negative impact on our culture. Plus, the Eric Clapton biography, a lizard terrorizing a Florida neighborhood and Dennis seeing an alligator at spring training with his son.
November 6, 2018
Dennis has some observations about this past weekend in the NFL, discusses some great all-time quotes with Christian, gives his prediction of the mid-terms, but that even if Democrats have a big night, he won’t obsess over it the way the Left does over Trump. They also talk about Bridge on the River Kwai, Yoda and other Star Wars mysteries, Kayne’s evolving political involvement, Dennis’s upcoming appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, ongoing problems with Facebook and a drunk man who tried to ride onto the track at the Breeders Cup. There are also philosophical questions about why everything is so serious now, the necessity of Daylight Savings Time, bombing in comedy, a Car website mascot, Dennis going to the movies with his kids, the importance to a career of having a good name, the Mets hiring an agent as GM, the importance of a good nap, and the perfection of the film “The Sting”.
October 30, 2018
Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco is in studio to talk about his Halloween costume this year, four upcoming shows at Madison Square Garden, how he first started doing stand-up, working on television, meeting Jerry Seinfeld, his podcast, the pressure placed on preschoolers today, his father, throwing out a first pitch at a Mets game, how his role in a film called “Cruise” led to an audition for Martin Scorsese, whose next film he appears in. Then, Dennis and Christian recap the World Series, discussing why Clayton Kershaw isn’t a big game pitcher, the length of games and questionable managerial decisions. They also talk about Hillary’s desire to be president, who Dems’ best options are for 2020, a new Titanic setting sail in 2022, the film “The Sweet Smell of Success”, Dennis’s upcoming appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, the time he played golf with Charles Barkley and more!
October 25, 2018
Dennis talks to Chris Jericho about growing up in Winnipeg, wanting to be a rock star and a wrestler instead of playing hockey, his thoughts about the WWE's Roman Reigns announcing he step aside from wrestling so that he can battle leukemia and the importance of storylines in the WWE. Chris also discusses his rock band Fozzy and his upcoming cruise and taking his kids to see the latest "Halloween" movie. Dennis also chats with Christian about taking another, steeper hike with Jimmy Connors, the Broncos cutting back-up quarterback Chad Kelly after he ended up in the wrong house, remembering a Hollywood party with Swifty Lazar, Michael Avenatti's presidential ambitions, a suspect who was excused from a police interrogation for a surprising reason, a highly suspect "greatest books" list from PBS and the post-season inconsistencies from Clayton Kershaw.
October 22, 2018
Dennis reacts to Elizabeth Warren's decision to publicize the results of a DNA test, Hillary Clinton's comments that Bill's relationship with Monica Lewisnky wasn't an abuse of power because she was an adult, and the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. There's also some free-associative conversation with Christian about hiking with Jimmy Connors, the Harlem Globetrotters, Wilt Chamberlain scoring on and off the field, the MLB Playoffs, the Final Four, Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon", "My Favorite Year", Matt Murdock (better known as Daredevil), Jack Benny, Superman, phaser settings on "Star Trek", Red Foxx, "Beerfest", "Zoolander", Bevo Francis, Bruce Springsteen's Broadway show, getting into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and more!
October 10, 2018
Dennis starts off talking about Winston Churchill and updates Andy Warhol’s prediction that everyone will be hated for 15 minutes. He also asks Christian about the TV show “Glee”, characterizes Nancy Pelosi as Olivia de Haviland, comments on the film “Remains of the Day” and “ships” a romance between Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and Jim Bob Cooter. There’s also discussion of Nikki Haley resigning as Ambassador to the UN, the business portfolio of Papa John, marveling at the brilliance of David Bowie, giving tennis advice to Andre Agassi, and skepticism regarding Hillary Clinton’s distinction between allegations against her husband and Brett Kavanaugh.
October 9, 2018
Dennis discusses Brett Kavanaugh's swearing in as Supreme Court justice, which leads to a conversation about the field of potential Democratic presidential hopefuls, and where Joe Biden and Michael Avanatti factor in. He also theorizes about what Democrats actually want and reacts to images of Progressive activists clawing at the door of The Supreme Court. Dennis also talks to Christian about Indigeonous Peoples Day, an upcoming episode with David Spade, remembering hanging out on the Sunset Strip with Randy Quaid and Ron Jeremy. They also discuss the recent Space X launch, sitting next to Matthew McConaughey on a flight, a CNN Reporter who has to apologize for past tweets, the impending doom from Climate Change, astronaut Scott Kelly trying to negotiate the mob mentality of Twitter, the MLB Playoffs and Banksy Christian also reads a comment from a listener about the recent “cranky” episodes of the podcast, which leads to a discussion on downloads and how everyone listening can help the show.
October 3, 2018
Dennis and Christian discuss the download numbers of the podcast with producer KC, compared to other podcasts. They also talk about Tesla heading in a similar direction as Apple has without Steve Jobs, and the time that Dennis introduced Clint Eastwood to Ed Norton. The conversation shifts to Lindsey Graham, Trump's taxes, politicians being morons, and how important it is to not let politics ruin your life. Then, Dennis celebrates a strong week of NFL picks and talks a little baseball. Plus, Kanye West, Macedonia, the impact of marijuana on DUI's in Colorado, an engagement on a high elevation, and rounding things out with a discussion of the Dark Web, Facebook and their policy towards boosting posts.
September 19, 2018
Dennis talks to Christian about a trip he took years ago to Mt. Everest, including the difficulty flying in and out of Bhutan, meeting the monks, and seeing an actual Golden Child. This transitions to a conversation about the Vatican and the Pope, the Young Pope with Jude Law, and purple nurples. There's also discussion about a Republican winning a Texas special election in a district Hillary won by 12 points in 2016, whether Democrats can win the House this year, and whether millennials will follow the elderly Democrat revolution. Also, more on North Korea's nukes, mailbag comments about Paul McCartney's recent revelation, An "Inside Edition" camera crew that was robbed (and the fact that the show is still on), a surprising declaration from a former "Sesame Street" writer, a listener's guide to bit-surfing, great jokes throughout history, and the comedic tandem of Norm MacDonald and Drake Sather.
September 10, 2018
Dennis reacts to the announcement that Les Moonves is out at CBS, the couple who set up a Go Fund Me for a homeless veteran and kept the money. Dennis and Christian also discuss Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, the TV show "Big Brother", Dennis signing autographs at a supermarket early in his career and some of his earliest memories of doing stand-up. Then, comedian Tom Papa is in the studio who talks about his new Food Network show "Baked" about baked goods around the country, his new book "Your Dad Stole My Rake", being a part of "Live From Here" the new version of "Prairie Home Companion", and his friendships with Rob Zombie and Stephen Soderbergh. Finally, Christian has a mailbag question about an upcoming "Fountainhead" remake and a discussion and Eva Gardner.
September 5, 2018
Dennis chats with Spike Feresten, who joins Christian in the studio to discuss working with Dennis as a receptionist at SNL, podcasting, writing for David Letterman and being a part of the legendary writing staff for “Seinfeld”, where his first script was the famous “Soup Nazi” episode. They also answer a mailbag question about the greatest frontmen, which leads to a great story about Mick Jagger. They discuss the boycotts of In N Out Burger and Nike, the Aretha Franklin funeral, Dorothy’s ruby slippers and so much more.
August 28, 2018
Dennis is back from vacation to tell Christian and all the listeners about his time in Prague and London and bus trips not taken to Budapest and Vienna, and a cross-country US bus trip he did take when he was younger. He talks about getting on stage immediately after flying in from Europe twice in his life, which leads to a discussion of fat te. Plus talk of the Titanic, Gene Shalit, Vince Vaughn, Ben Grimm of the Fantastic Four, Ken Watanqbe, Jools Holland, Aiden Turner, MLB’s 1967 pennant race and a town called Mayo, Florida. Dennis also reacts to the latest Trump-related headlines with regards to Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen,
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