Sep 19, 2017
The season premiere of South Park had some fun with owners of Amazon Echos. Meanwhile, the airport in Boston is looking at the idea of charging people to drop passengers off. Plus, a couple driving in Florida were passed on the street by two koi fish from their neighbor's pond.
Sep 18, 2017
Stores are making an effort to diversify their content, but things may have gone a little too far. Meanwhile, a teacher in Missouri allegedly kicked a girl out of class for a dress code violation after calling her too "busty" and "plus-sized." Plus, a group of Florida police officers went viral for their good looks...
Sep 15, 2017
Down in Florida a nun was spotted clearing a fallen tree out of the road with her trusty chainsaw. Meanwhile, it's not clear who is having a worse week: Equifax or Denny's. Plus, with "Man Spreading" taken care of, New Jersey had to crack down on "Beach Spreading."
Sep 14, 2017
Justin Bieber has a new look, and Garry thinks it might an unintentional tribute to the late Jerry Lewis. Garry is decidedly cynical about the telethon where all of your favorite celebrities got together to raise money for hurricane victims. Plus, a game of "Ding-Dong-Ditch" took a very surprising turn.
Sep 13, 2017
News coverage of Hurricane Irma has exposed yet another problem with network news. Meanwhile, the possibility of pilot-less airplanes taking over the friendly skies has some listeners nervous. Plus, technology guru Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to share some tech news and gadgets that will change your life this fall.