A group of diehard fans of the Opie and Anthony radio show on XM Satellite Radio. They are also known as "The O&A Army," but nicknamed "Pests" by Opie and Anthony for their persistence and fervor to promote O&A and relentlessly annoy O&A's rivals and detractors. They are a dedicated group of fans who will go to great lengths to promote Opie and Anthony, often spending considerable amounts of time and money to do so. They will often "attack" targets Opie and Anthony deem as "Fuckos" or "Enemies of the Show," which often include rival radio personalities who badmouth O&A.
The Pests' methods of "attack" are many and varied, ranging from showing up at live events for other radio personalities to "protest" with O&A signs and banners, repeatedly calling rival radio shows to mention O&A and drop O&A show references on the air to annoy the rival show's members, and even appearing at WWE Wrestling events and holding up signs with show references and slogans at ringside to be seen on live TV. The most recent targets of The Pests include Florida radio show The Philips Phile, which culminated in The Pests' purchase of ad time on a billboard not far from The Philips Phile studio to declare their victory and mock Philips Phile host Jim Philips. The Pests have also "attacked" former O&A friend Scott Ferrall, who began to bash O&A without provocation. The Pests invaded his weeklong "tryout" on XM's rival Sirius Satellite Radio, possibly costing him a permanent job with Sirius.
"They completely took over Scott Ferrall's radio show with call after call mentioning O&A. They're such pests!"
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