Off This Week

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T.E.S. is taking the week off. We'll back next week at our regularly scheduled time on Sunday, August 7th to celebrate our 8 year anniversary!  In the meantime, feel free to listen to some of our old shows, which are available for listening and downloading both on this website and on our iTunes pageT.E.S. is on the air every Sunday from 11 AM - Noon PT.  Check our 'About Us' page to find a radio station near you that carries the show.  You can also listen online live through our syndicator's website SportsByline.com or check back with us shortly after every show to listen to our podcasts, which are also available on iTunes! Thanks as always for your support!

T.E.S. Revisited: Broken Lizard

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Steve Lemme and Erik Stolhanske of Broken Lizard join Cyrus, Steve & Omar on August 3rd, 2006 live from the Gordon Biersch Brewery to talk about their new movie Beerfest, and what it was like making the hit comedy Super Troopers.

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Introducing the "Ask The Elders" Contest


There's an adage that says, "Getting older means getting wiser." The hosts of The Extreme Scene aren't exactly spring chickens these days. The hosts, who were in their 20's when the show started, are now well into their 30's. A bunch of old creepy men running the T.E.S. empire. There is a bright side though, especially for you young 'uns out there. Thanks to The Extreme Scene, you have someone that can provide you with valuable advice on anything and everything that has to do with life. Relationship problems? We have the solutions. Kids at school peer pressuring you into one too many beer bongs? Leave it to us. And this is where we introduce the "Ask The Elders" contest.

The Extreme Scene Returns to Terrestrial Radio with National Syndication!


Nearly two years since The Extreme Scene left terrestrial radio, America’s first action sports radio talk show is now its first nationally syndicated action sports radio talk show!  Starting this Sunday, May 1st , The Extreme Scene will be heard on over 200 stations nationwide from 11 AM – Noon PT, including 860 AM in the San Francisco Bay Area!

Tarp Surfing Hits the Mainstream

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It started as a YouTube comedy sketch introducing the masses to a skateboarding exhibition known as Tarp Surfing. Aimed with the simple purpose of garnering a few laughs from their friends, the video starring local Santa Cruz surfers Omar Etcheverry, Homer Henard and Maverick's alternate Nic Lamb went viral, garnering over 2.5 million views and receiving a nomination for a People's Choice award for Favorite Viral Video Star.

Massive Waves Hammer Cruise Ship

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A cruise ship called the Clelia II, embarked on a trip from Argentina to Antarctica for sight-seeing purposes, encountered waves measuring over 30 feet in the dangerous waters of the Drake Passage between South America and Antarctica, with one of the rogue waves washing over the deck and smashing windows on the bridge. The cruise ship, carrying 100 Americans and various other nationalities, had one of its engines crippled during the voyage back from Antarctica. Fortunately for the ship and its passengers, a National Geographic ship called the Explorer saw the Clelia II in trouble and provided the ship with a satellite phone while monitoring the situation. The video footage below was taken from the National Geographic crew and features some of the very rough seas the Clelia II has been encountering, including large waves crashing directly into the ship.

SF Surf Co. Partners with Save The Waves Coalition

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San Francisco Surf Company is proud to announce that effective immediately, for every purchase a customer makes at SF Surf Co., $1 will be donated to the Save The Waves Coalition, widely regarded as the premier environmental group striving to protect our coastlines and oceans.