Is there any doubt that these things were purchased in bulk from a service? Aside from being prerecorded, "Casey" never tailors any of his calls to the show by addressing Howard by name, or referencing anything about the Stern Show. (And you know Stern Show writers crowbar show references into every punchline they write -- it's their trademark. How has Casey not yet mentioned that his body is getting so crumpled and crusty, he's being mistaken for one of JD's week-old cum-filled T-shirts?) Today's call really drew attention to the fact that these things weren't recorded specifically for the Stern Show when Casey said he was in Peru, but wouldn't be trying Ayahuasca. How could he not have mentioned Robin in that joke? Without that obvious tie-in to the show, Casey's just making a generic reference to a well-known tourist activity. It doesn't surprise me that these guys are willing to pay a service a couple bucks for some time-killing material (Electric Eel, etc.). What does surprise me is that these Casey Kasem calls are intentionally non-specific, so that they can be played on any show. Is there really another program out there that's so desperate for content that they'd also buy this unfunny shit?