As soon as Harvey tweets about his appearance on our show we get inundated with phone calls. Apparently he’s a very popular Tweeter. Twitterer? Yeah, that.
McDonald’s is serving breakfast all day now, so fans of greasy eggs like Tom can stop by whenever they want. Or they can have them delivered by drone in the near future because we live in an age of wonder.
Dr. Shepherd is on with some bad timing. The women’s health advocate is speaking primarily to men. What a disaster! Not really, but it’s a good angle. Plus she’ll be back eventually when Alex is on so it’s all good.
The Lincoln Continental is back. The bad news is that it might cost up to $100,000. The good news is that Sifis the crocodile is dead. Or no, that’s bad news too. How about the life paint? That’s good news. Yeah, there you go.
This week’s Best Of is mandatory. Mandatory fun that is! Because we had Weird Al on. And that’s the name of his album. Whatever, that was funny and you know it.
Today we have a comedian/mage in studio. Sorry, magician. They sound similar but there’s a significant difference.
Today we’ve got disappointing and/or terrible movies, the feminist scourge, and Coach. And some more stuff, but those are the most important.
Earlier we talked about how there are no German comedians. Well, how about Muslim ones? The answer is yes. If you didn’t figure that one out, it’s Zainab.
Cornell may or may not be opening an ISIS training camp in the near future. But it doesn’t matter to us because we’ll be cruising down the highway all day in our bitchin Mustang.
The country has a new epidemic on its hands: people claiming to be veterans. Robert has some tips on how to oust these fakes. And he also has a couple new books.