Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

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Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy is a weekly "best of" podcast where we deliver to you the best 60-90 min from Barstool's daily show on Sirius XM. This podcast focuses on the inner workings of Barstool Sports while also hitting on many of the viral topics of the week.

Episodes

Best Of Week 37 Featuring Jon Taffer, Julie Stewart-Binks and Operation Clown Face  

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.

Best Of Week 36 Featuring Chris Jericho, Jay Baruchel and Colton Orr  

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.

Best Of Week 35 From Las Vegas Featuring Ice Cube, Brendan Schaub and Floyd Mayweather Sr. Vs Octagon Bob  

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.

Best Of Week 34 featuring Jaime Lannister, Stu Feiner and Some Dick Talk  

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.

Best Of Week 33 Part 2 - 'Murder Was The Case' Featuring Baked Alaska & Clay Travis  

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.

Best Of Week 33 Part 1 - The GlennyBall Gets Cancelled, Zah Murders Smitty and A Sister Slides Into Dave's DMs  

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.

Best Of Week 32 - Rosenberg Vs Barstool, The Return Of KFC and The Zimbabwe Midget  

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

Best Of Week 31 - Dallas Braden, Nate Dawg vs Stool Scenes and Uncle Chaps Pissing On Dogs  

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.

Best Of Week 30 - Mike Tyson, Ari Shaffir And Updates From Around Barstool HQ  

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.

Best Of Week 29 - Judd Apatow, The Battle For Nate Dawg's WSOP Money and Riggs' Bounty  

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".

Best Of Week 28 - No Days Off  

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.

Best Of Week 27 - Gay Pat Stuff, Mike The Bike's Radio Debut and Uncle Chaps' Heart Attack Recap  

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.

Best Of Week 26 - Herschel Walker, Pat McAfee, Michael Rapaport and Mike Portnoy Esq.  

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.

Best Of Week 25 - Larry The Cable Guy, Ethan Hawke, Jay Chandrasekhar, Jeff & Audrey Dunham and Haley Joel Osment  

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.

Best Of Week 24 Featuring Bill Burr & Ron Funches  

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".

Best Of Week 23 - The Suspension Heard 'Round The World  

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.

Best Of Week 22 - Hannibal Buress, Michael Kelly (aka Doug Stamper) and Frankie Midnight  

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.

Best Of Week 21 - Scott Van Pelt, Rec League Dissension and The Worlds Most Important Dick  

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.

Best Of Week 20 - Dave's Derby Wrap Up, Aliens and Smitty's Ice Age  

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.

Best Of Week 19 - The Return of Rone  

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.

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