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Possum included Simpsons and Oom Pa Pa signals. Trey dedicated Glide to Terry (who drove the truck that got the band's equipment to every show). Magilla (last played May 8, 1992, or 114 shows) included a Stash tease. There was an Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da jam in the Antelope intro and a tease by Trey later in Antelope. Icculus was played for the first time since May 2, 1992 (119 shows). Mike teased Cheap Sunglasses in Mike's Song. Weekapaug contained a Don't Get Me Wrong jam and Don't Get Me Wrong and Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da teases from Trey. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones.The soundcheck's The Wedge was a masuhup with what would later become Wolfman's Brother.

Trey introduced a freshly clean-shaven Fish before his trombone solo during I Didn't Know, saying "ladies and gentlemen, recovering from a horrible facial accident, would you please welcome Tommy Dorsey."  The end of Weekapaug included a vocal jam. Trey dedicated his solo in Lawn Boy to Amy Skelton. Lively Up Yourself was teased in the Cold as Ice intro and outro and before Brain itself. Brain subsequently included an All Fall Down signal in the middle of Fish's vacuum solo.

After a false start to the song, the first verse of My Sweet One was performed a cappella. The entire song was subsequently performed in its usual rendition. During Terrapin, Mimi Fishman substituted for Fish on vacuum. She was announced as “Showboat Gertrude’s Mother.”

In one of the greatest bargains ever, Phish’s first West Coast show was on The Catalyst’s “Dollar Night” where the cover charge was only one dollar.
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