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In February 1992, the show went from airing solely on Sunday nights, to five nights a week (Sunday through Thursday).Trenton's relationship with the station became strained, and in August 1993 he was replaced by former .Several years later copycat callers were spawned and would play out the same scenario with a real-sounding but bogus problem and attempt to end the call with the Mason jar reference.The phrase also became a coded way Drew would indicate he believed a call might be bogus, by muttering "Mason jar" under his breath while the caller talked.

"Loveline" can also be heard online anywhere in the world, by streaming through the websites of affiliate stations.Drew and Adam Book: A Survival Guide To Life and Love" Dell Books, 1998] he lured listeners with dirty jokes and wisecracks in hopes they'd learn to improve their lives and remedy serious problems. It is also claimed that "girls never make a bogus call unless there's a guy putting them up to it" and, as such, when a female caller was thought to be bogus, they would immediately demand to have the guy put on the line.After Carolla's departure, he was substituted on a temporary basis by numerous celebrity guests, some of whom announced their desire to take the job permanently. It was explained that "girls don't have the bogus gene."Starting in 1996 a specific male individual would call in with a completely honest sounding, but bogus, question.It was later claimed by the original hoax caller that the phrase was invented by Adam himself.Adam had suggested it as a better punchline for ending a bogus call than the one used. On screen and in print"Loveline": The TV show A TV version of "Loveline" ran on MTV from 1996 to 2000; it followed the same general format as the radio program but featured a live audience and a female co-host.

"Loveline" can also be heard online anywhere in the world, by streaming through the websites of affiliate stations.

Drew and Adam Book: A Survival Guide To Life and Love" Dell Books, 1998] he lured listeners with dirty jokes and wisecracks in hopes they'd learn to improve their lives and remedy serious problems. It is also claimed that "girls never make a bogus call unless there's a guy putting them up to it" and, as such, when a female caller was thought to be bogus, they would immediately demand to have the guy put on the line.

After Carolla's departure, he was substituted on a temporary basis by numerous celebrity guests, some of whom announced their desire to take the job permanently. It was explained that "girls don't have the bogus gene."Starting in 1996 a specific male individual would call in with a completely honest sounding, but bogus, question.

It was later claimed by the original hoax caller that the phrase was invented by Adam himself.

Adam had suggested it as a better punchline for ending a bogus call than the one used. On screen and in print"Loveline": The TV show A TV version of "Loveline" ran on MTV from 1996 to 2000; it followed the same general format as the radio program but featured a live audience and a female co-host.

Drew Pinsky, who was not yet a doctor but a fourth-year medical student at the .