Conspire is a radio talk show segment on WKTT Radio originally made available in the downloadable version of The Ballad of Gay Tony for Grand Theft Auto IV, and later in the Episodes from Liberty City editions of The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.
Conspire is a conspiracy theory-oriented show formatted to allow for rants by the host, call-ins as well as guests, but like most other shows on the station, Conspire is heavily right-leaning, centering around various cover-ups, alleged government secrets, and being critical of "political correctness" and detractors. Hosted by "John Smith", which he claims is a pseudonym to conceal his identity and even masks his face in the studio, the show constantly projects an atmosphere of paranoia by emphasizing callers not revealing identities and constant reiterating that the station is being listened to by the government.
Towards the end of the show, Conspire conducts an interview with a guest, Abigail Grayson, who wrote Connect the Dots, a conspiracy handbook and survivalist's guide targeted for children. Over the course of the interview, Abigail becomes increasingly delusional, ending with her sudden PMS-induced outburst when it is revealed that she is unable to talk further about her book as the show is ending, inevitably revealing John's identity and her husband-wife relationship with him.
Only one recorded segment of Conspire is played on WKTT.