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Tha O Show: Episode 150

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O-sters! Big Daddy Donnie and your bro Dan-e-o are back with the monumental 150th episode of "Tha O Show"!

On Episode 150, tha boys are joined in-studio by CurtB and Frank Fronte to discuss all that is O-ing on in tha world today!

Wrestling, MMA, sports, steriods, boobies and more! Press play or download the mp3 now!

On today's show, you'll get...

"Tha Os And NOs"

"Tha Pit Stop" with The Notorious T.I.D.


And "Tha Round Table" with Don, Dan, Frank and Ontario Indy Wrestler and former TNA star, Cody Deaner!


Dilla Pickles

Hip-Hop Lives Vol. 2 - The Addiction

2010 Canadian Rap Future Superstars


OBLIVION! Tha Indy Wrestling Album (Special 1 Year Anniversary Edition)

2010 Nearly Naked Ladies Of Wrestling Calendar

Dan-e-o's 10 The Music Videos

Dan-e-o CDs

Dan-e-o MP3s

Tha O Show MP3s

Monolith CDs

LLW Revelations

LLW Chapter Two: Turn The Page



T-Shirt Hell

Legacy Belts



Planet Rock Enterprises

Black Dolphin Entertainment

Legendary Entertainment

Secret Suburbia


Ontario Indy Wrestling

Angry Marks

Original Hip Hop Lyrics Archive

Showdown Network

Audio Wrestling

Action Radio

Online World Of Wrestling

Ontario Wrestling's Indy Elite



Tha O Show



The Notorious T.I.D.

Secret Suburbia

Cody Deaner


Dan-e-o - "Break It Down"

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24 comments: on "Tha O Show: Episode 150"

Robbie Nekoda said...

No asylum? Guess 150 ain't a big enough number! *Laughs*

Anonymous said...

Ok...I will start it.

Donnie - Horse Tooth Killa
Dan - Cap yo Mama
Frank - Ol Dirty Retard
Prophet - Rake Leaves
Asylum - Inspecta Dick
Burns - Masta Baiter
T.I.D - O-God


Anonymous said...

Bob Shamrock, Frank and Ken's father, died today. 2010 is yet another year of death.

Anonymous said...

Fatty = Pasta Filla

I named the O-Zone Lair - this has got to make me 2 for 2.

Big Poppa Punk

Anonymous said...

Oh, and inspired by Tid's heroin comment...

Methadone Man


Anonymous said...

Stop throwing a bitch-fit and getting your nipples hard over one seg, Fronte.

Miz has no idea what he's saying half the time, ring psychology sucks, no stage presents or sense of timing.

Thats Ferbie eyelid having bitch will never look right standing up to anyone, right on Donnie.

Fuck The Miz, fuck Fronte, that is all.

Anonymous said...

Btw Someone has to be Gaykwon.

kathy said...

what a great interview with Cody Deaner...not at all what ii was expecting.

As for the "new segmment" please tell me it was a joke and its not staying was almost more annoying than Fuckin Frank Fronte.

ninjotic said...

what the fuck was up with the willy whatever dude? awkward as shit

D. Ross said...

Very funny episode. It seemed to fly on by. I'm not mad at Deaner for not bagging on TNA. No need to. Its being done by the rest of the world.

I wanted to like The Miz because I need new guys to like. I dig Ziggler now but I need more guys to entertain me.

150 show and its still good. I can only hope to do that with my show. Take care, dudes.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

shouldn't your guest have been called Willie Dooim rather than Willie Doer?

Anonymous said...

I think that homo segment would have been funny if you had a funny guy doing it.

BigDaddy said...

Frank is Gaykwon

Some Jerk said...

Wild Willie=NO

Not funny and took up WAAAY too much time. Jesus, you guys already brought Frank back, how much more gay do you need to make the show? Tell Wild Willie to fuck off and get a better writer.

Rest of the show was awesome

Dave "Jericho" Pereira said...


My name is David Pereira and I'm the owner of AWP Wrestling (, a portuguese web site of wrestling.

Today, in AWP Wrestling, it's there a interview with Joe E. Legend, former WWF and TNA superstar.

In that interview, he talks about his career, the rise of Edge (his former tag team parter at 1990's), the personality of Vince McMahon (his former boss) and the current moment of WWE and TNA.

I think that would be interesting publish this in your site.

The link of interview is the following:

Thank you

Stay cool ;)

Anonymous said...

Please don't ever do that homo gimmick again.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure that Willy thing was the guy who always wins Ontario Manager of the year... Jessy Jones. If it was, he should be embarassed by his lack of promo talent on the spot.

Anonymous said...

For how uneasy that Willy guy made Danny O he needs to be back and i think he could be a great new comer to the show keep up the greatwork

Hipnosis said...

you've seen Nigga saw homnky get ready for MARK MOMENTS

from the people who brought you "F*** YOU PHIL BROOKS!!"

its "F*** YOU Ric Flair!!" lol

Anonymous said...

I think it's nice you gave Asylum his own segment.

Anonymous said...

I think that Willy thing will be good. It definately got a reaction!

Chom said...

The willie thing is terrible!!!!!!
Do not invite them back, and its getting worse with fatty, he's proper annoying and brings so little to the show. when he came in his pants having his hissy fit about the miz I wanted to punch him for been a such a loser.

Other wise great show as usual, sorry for being so negative but 'come on man'(m-k voice).

PlanBFromOuterSpace said...

What wasn't brought up in the conversation with Deaner about bringing back the last generation of wrestling viewers (along with their kids) is that now you'd be dealing with parents that actually bought all the merchandise themselves when they were watching wrestling in the late 90's.

The guys from that period like Stone Cold, Rock, DX, Goldberg, and the NWO (not to mention just Hogan himself, who's always been merch machine) made it "cool" to buy the shirts, toys, etc. It became more mainstream, so even while parents thought it was stupid to buy the shit for their kids, they probably still bought it anyway, where they may not have done it before, and I'm sure it became a lot more accessible, what with the internet and retail outlets making it easier to get.

The 18-24 crowd (which included me) of yesteryear are the parents of today (NOT me, thank God...), but they probably aren't so hesitant to buy wrestling stuff for their kids, and that added revenue certainly helps fill the gap that was left by the large percentage of the audience that is no longer there. A big audience today isn't the same as a big audience 10-13 years ago.

As far as the Monday Night Wars go, didn't it take a while for it to really become all that competitive? Although I watched both at the time, I don't really remember knowing or caring much one way or the other about ratings, but that was before the NWO angle did more of the fourth-wall-breaking stuff on-air. I mean, it was 1996, a bit more kayfabed, and you didn't have up-to-the-moment analysis on dozens of wrestling websites all at once. I think it's ridiculous for some people to talk like a Monday Night TNA show would make it seem like 1996-2000 all over again, where it would be an istantly heated battle for Monday supremacy or something. I think that 2 shows on Monday can co-exist again with one show being significantly more successful and that maybe there can be another big rivalry down the road, but TNA needs to find and MAINTAIN a larger audience than they already have first. A larger one isn't going to just magically appear overnight just for the sake of fighting the WWE right out of the gate. Wasn't Nitro just treading water for a bit before a combination of the NWO stuff on their part and lackluster product on the WWF's combined to make the ratings war a lot more interesting? I'd like to hear the perspective of someone who's memory isn't as fuzzy as mine.