The Adventures of Mark & Brian (1991–1992)

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Two Los Angeles disc jockeys adapt their radio antics and hijinx to a network television program.

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Many radio stations had seen a lot of success with the "zany partners" format, in which two DJs make prank phone calls, organize crazy celebrity stunts, and have people come into the studio to give unusual demonstrations. This program was an attempt to transplant the format to TV, with Los Angeles disc jockeys Mark and Brian staging a different wacky stunt each week. Episodes ranged from the pair trying out shark diving (getting tips from Lloyd Bridges), to having Bob Goulet sing love songs to LA from a helicopter on Valentine's Day. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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16 September 2008 | by (SIMI VALLEY) – See all my reviews

I agree with Siskiyous, I think Mark & Brian have woven themselves into the actual fabric of the Socal experience. I've listened to them from day one, I'm listener #12, (yeah I know, so is everybody else, that's the joke), and I've seen few situations where a fan base has come together time and again, to help others or just have a great time.

I started donating blood, (approaching 7 gallons)on a regular basis, because of Mark & Brian, we've raised kids together, lost loved ones together, and matured together, (although some would disagree with the later thought), I've delivered "Wizard of Oz" tapes so they could find if anybody committed suicide, I delivered a young man who could burp the alphabet to a drive-in, (who is now a grown man), and I've been threw two wives and several jobs while listening to them.

Funny thing is, they wouldn't know who I was, if spotted in public, but somehow they've nurtured this huge family. We've cried together, argued, and loved together. We've celebrated our victories, and shared grief. I think part of their success is that even when we don't all agree, there is room for others thoughts and beliefs.

I personally, am in the age bracket of Mark & Brian, so have had most of the personal experience's at approximately the same intervals. Loss of family members or medical emergencies, and always issues were treated with grace and a touch of humor, they have been truly therapeutic in helping their listeners threw very tough times, and all the time returning to humor to bring us threw.

We're all getting older, and at some point moving on. Whether that is threw transition or just a life change, at some point they'll be gone. I think the radio waves will lack something, future generations will only have the legends and myth's, after all, who would really park a bike in a friends butt, or shoot a Bob's Big Boy statue over a river?

There is legend of a plane crash, and it's quoted, It's, "the day, the music died"....when Mark and Brian finish their last show, it'll be, "The day, Radio died".....

I can say, I'm a truly better person for listening to them. I'm a better husband from listening to Mark, I'm a kinder gentler person from listening to Brian, and learning from them both, I'm fiercely loyal and loving of my family and friends, after all, what else in life is there???


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