The departure of Brian Roth led to Jason Rivera & Johnny Landin deciding to completely phase out the idea of a 3rd chair. During this period Riv would close down long time entertainment & shock humor website, JasonRivera.com in favor of the new ListenToThisShow.com website, bringing the Asked program to the forefront rather than in the background. Riv & Landin decided instead to streamline the show and put a focus on just saying whatever they felt like no matter who it offended as well as comedic segments involving Morgan James & Krispin Wah (who still regularly appear on the program) in addition to another big influx of guests, which included Seleziya Sparx, Samantha Anne, Mercedes Justine Silver, Damien Darling, Frank the WWE Clown, All-Ego Ethan Page, The Reverend Bob Levy of Howard Stern fame, Tom Sanford of Ringside Collectibles, and the little-known but interesting Yung Moolies and local New Jersey Comedian and possibly the only guy that could hang in the 3rd chair if we brought it back, Bread “ProSexTips” Foster. Asked would move to the rocky, rough and difficult Sunday nights on Blogtalkradio's CSTC Network temporarily due to Landin’s schedule changes – the first (and only) time the Asked schedule had changed to accommodate a host. Rechristened “Asked with Riv & Landin,” Sunday saw Former Miss Teen Florida Justine Llanes, Grammy Award Winning Contributing Artist Whitney Peyton, as well as wrestling Diva Sassy Stephie, Jersey Shore star Angelina Pivarnick, a second appearance for Seleziya Sparx, and the show getting re-defined by the appearance of the infamous, notorious and well-respected Mexican wrestling superstar Konnan fame. This era also saw Alice Radley, also of MLW fame alongside Konnan return frequently to read outlandish stories about what goes on behind the scenes of the program. Topping this off with appearances from former adult film stars Jasmin St. Claire and Doron the Minion and finishing the year strong with Howard Stern Show impressionist Jay Tesoro, Juggalo Championship Wrestling & ICP Theater’s Kevin Gill, Wack-packer Fred the Elephant Boy, and a second appearance from the lovely Barbi Hayden, Asked with Riv & Landin’s packed year of making as many enemies as they did friends culminated with the year-end “Asked Awards,” chronicling the most eventful and insane year the show has had to date and ushering in the modern era for 2014. Due to the influx of guests and content the show expanded to a 2-hour format for most episodes during this era. The show would also return to Wednesday before the end of the year.
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