Mrs. Pizza Shit reference.
 Two Charlie Chan signals and Simpsons and Popeye signals. The band responded to Popeye signal by singing a random note.
Prior to the start of the show, Fish announced that Phish had changed their name to Mrs. Pizza Shit. Chalk Dust, Llama, Poor Heart, Harry Hood, and the conclusion of both sets (as well as the start of the second set) all featured references to Mrs. Pizza Shit. Poor Heart and Hood also had bandmembers calling each other "Mrs. Pizza Shit." Page teased Blue Monk during the Rhombus Narration. In Lawn Boy, Page referred to Trey as "Lawn Boy" prior to him taking a guitar solo. Before Love You, Fish apologized for not wearing his Zero Man outfit, explaining that he didn't have his jock strap with him. He said that the last time he was there some girl said "Hey you can see his balls!" and so that was it for Zero Man without the jock strap. Possum contained two Charlie Chan signals and Simpsons and Popeye signals (but, notably, the band responded to the Popeye signal by singing a random note, which is the Random Note signal's "secret language").
A fun show, with the Mrs. Pizza Shit references sounding like something the boys probably heard as a promo for the show on local radio. My guess is that the announcer probably mangled the name of the band so badly that it sounded something like that. I had this 2nd set on tape for years, and before hearing the first set where it's a little more obvious, I always thought they were saying, "This is Piece of Shit," which still fits the radio promo narrative... or perhaps it's an earlier example of Phish getting lambasted in the press, as Trey made recently made reference to in his CBS Sunday Morning interview.
Also, as a historical footnote, this is the last Destiny Unbound for 796 shows. In fact, I even put an asterisk next to this DU on my J-card for "last time played," thinking we'd never hear it again.
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