A Kevin and Bean Glossary

Dieu To

Posted in Dieu To by Aaron Burr on March 9, 2007

An eccentric Asian caller, Dieu captured the fascination of K&B with his unique speech patterns (he repeatedly interjects the phrase “Kevin and Bean” in conversation), his “f-ed up eye” (which has since been corrected surgically), and his unabiding desire to make it in entertainment. Among his exploits are failed open mic appearances and the tentative changing of his name to “Bob To,” due to the fact that he wanted to sound tough, like Bob’s Big Boy.

In recent months, the show has come to learn that there is more going on below Dieu’s oddball exterior. In particular, Dieu is given to writing emails that confess to crimes or plan how he can use his “learning disability” to justify yet-to-be-committed crimes. Also, Psycho Mike videotaped a “Cribs”-style visit to Dieu To’s home and found details such as a hidden bag of knives, an inexplicable collection of women’s underwear, and several bottles of prescription drugs that didn’t appear to be prescribed for Dieu. Dieu always claims (unconvincingly) that such disturbing behavior is just a joke.

Adding to Dieu To’s intrigue are his frequent travels to Asia and his tendency to send weird emails then not responding to K&B’s invitation to appear on the air. He has come to be known as the “International Man of Mystery”.


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  1. Farhad said, on May 9, 2009 at 2:13 pm


  2. wojr said, on May 15, 2009 at 11:11 am

    You describe Dawan as “mentally challenged” but Dieu To just gets labeled “eccentric”?

    That just seems f-ed up.

  3. Barbara L said, on November 24, 2009 at 10:32 am

    umm… thats kinda creepy.

  4. douglasjohndouglas said, on January 31, 2011 at 9:38 am

    Dieu — how the hell do you write his name anyway? Dieu Tieu? Do To? Dow Tow?

    No one but me knows that I created DT. I found him tearing apart a Cultural Diversity class at CSUDH and immediately befriended and counseled him. He had already begun his calling in to the station. It was my advice to call the Afro line incessantly plugging K&B to make himself more marketable.

    Then, like all good teachers, I let him go.

    The drugs and the hookers were his idea.

    Thank you for taking good care of my creation.

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