We open the show with a call from Wease's daughter Diane in Philadelphia, who is visiting Rochester next week, and staying for a month or so. We talk about how happy and loving she and other special needs people are, but also the sacrifices the parents make to take care of them, and the lifetime commitment involved. Wease gets calls from other people with special kids, and also an interesting call from a guy who said if tests showed a kid he was having was going to have downs syndrome he'd have to get rid of it. Belive it or not, Wease appreciated his honesty, and had an interesting conversation about it.
Tools With Sports
Remember yesterday when Tools predicted that Lebron James would score at least 30 points in game 4 of the NBA Finals? Lebron had 33 pts. in a 109-93 Heat victory.
Oakland beat the Yankees 3-2 in 18 innings, Mets lost 2-1.
The outdoor deck at a popular Miami-area sports bar partially collapsed during the NBA Finals, sending dozens of people into the shallow waters of Biscayne Bay.
The accident occurred around 9:45 p.m. Thursday as customers were watching the Miami Heat play the San Antonio Spurs.
Miami-Dade Fire Chief David Downey said 24 people were taken to area hospitals. Many had cuts and bruises, though one person suffered a fracture, a fire official said. Two people were in serious condition.
Wease says people that weren't hurt in the deck collapse now have a great story that they can tell for the rest of their lives, and he'd even think it was funny.
Marshall Fine Film Reviews
Man Of Steel... This complete reboot of the Superman franchise has no connection to 2006's "Superman Returns". It stars Henry Cavill as your new Superman and jumps straight to General Zod as the main villain.
Zod is played by Michael Shannon from "Boardwalk Empire". (But Zod's obviously not the only super-powered villain Superman has to fight. You can watch a video of him getting manhandled by a female Kryptonian here.)
The movie is directed by Zack Snyder, the guy who did "300", "Watchmen", and the "Dawn of the Dead" remake. It also stars Amy Adams as Lois Lane and Laurence Fishburne as Perry White. Sadly, there's no Jimmy Olsen in this one.
Russell Crowe plays Superman's Kryptonian dad Jor-El . . . while his Earth parents are played by Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. "Law & Order: SVU's" Christopher Meloni and "The West Wing's" Richard Schiff are also in it.
Wease hated it... says the CGI effects and action sequences drive him crazy. Marsh liked the movie a bunch, and especially the action sequences. He also liked the emotional journey of Kal-El/Clark Kent, and thought Kevin Costner was excellent. 4 stars from Marshall.
The other major flick of the week...
This Is The End.... Seth Rogen co-wrote and helped direct this comedy where he and his actor friends react to the world coming to an end during a party at James Franco's house. The main cast includes Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, and Craig Robinson.
A ton of other celebrities appear in it, including Emma Watson, Michael Cera, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna, and even the Backstreet Boys, who are all playing themselves in the movie.
Seth says it all started as a short film that he made back in 2006, quote, "[It] just had me and Jay stuck in a house as the world was ending . . . the idea just kind of stuck with us over the years . . . and we just kept making it crazier and weirder until we thought we should actually try to make it." Marshall says this movie is very funny, and made him laugh out loud a lot.
While at "Man Of Steel" Wease saw the trailer for Adam Sandler's "Grown Ups 2", and says it might be the worst movie ever.
Shari Smith News
This leads to a discussion of what people bring into stadiums, and why small bags will be helpful for NFL security, this leads to discussions of football fans that act like jerks, and if NFL games are targets for terrorism (Pauly and Billy are paranoid, and think they are).
Comedian Loni Love is in studio, and performing at The Comedy Club in Webster this weekend. You know Loni from "Chelsea Lately", VH1, "World's Dumbest... (with Marianne)", and much more. Willie is also here, and seems to have a bit of a crush on Ms. Love. We tell Loni about Willie's lack of sex life, and this leads to Wease telling stories of great experiences he's had with prostitutes. Loni is very entertained and appalled... she and Marianne argue against the use of hookers. This is a case of me not being able to convey how hilarious this conversation is. If you missed it, stick around for the "Best Of".
Bonus Content.... Belt Bras
Speaking Of Hookers...
On Tuesday, in West Midlands England, a man called the police to report his prostitute was UGLY . . . and thought she should be arrested for false advertising. She wasn't . . . and the police told the guy HE could be arrested for soliciting sex or false reporting. They were nice enough to let him off with a warning. Here's his call to the police.
Wease and Loni discuss Wease's "hottest female celebrities", which include Scarlett Johansenn (or however you spell it), and lots of ethnic actresses like Eva Mendez, Zoe Saldana, Salma Hayek, and more. Wease tells Loni that his wife Doreen was born the year he got home from Viet Nam (true), and that he knew her father, and when she was two years old he told the dad that someday he'd marry her (not true).
Wease interviews our newest intern, Chris. He just turned 21 two days ago We talk to him drinking, school in Brockport, his home in Buffalo, and the difference in drinking in the 2 cities. We also ask him about his sexual history... we think Loni wants a little of Chris. Pauly tells the story of being the world's oldest virgin (24 years old, and losing it to a black chick.
Wease asks Loni about Loni's TV credits, Leno, Bethany Frankle, and her experience on Star Search (the version that had Arsenio Hall as host), and how people that won the contest got screwed. Wease also goes through our box of sex toys to see if there was anything Loni would like.
Frank Deblase is what Wease calls a "jack-of-all-trades", he does a ton of different stuff, and is good at everything. Frank has added another title to a business card that already lists him as musician, radio DJ, newspaper entertainment reporter, cheesecake photographer and walking tattoo exhibition: He’s now a published novelist. De Blase celebrates Pine Box For a Pin-Up, his crime-noir novel, with a book signing and reading at 3 p.m. Saturday at Record Archive.
Wease also talk to Frank about his dealing with Parkinson's Disease, and his burlesque photography.
We're joined by a couple fellas from the Veteran's Outreach Center on South Ave. to promote their services to veteran's, their flag sale for Flag Day, and Wease tells of his visit to the organization to investigate some things he needed to know about his time in Viet Nam. Did you know that Wease is even the narrator of the video you see on the front page of the organization's website. Click on the link above, or just watch the video here.
Wease gets a surprise visit from an old friend who brings Wease a present... The guy used to play hockey with a very young Wease, and has a box with Wease's old hockey pads.
Back on Monday morning with tales of The Wease Show's weekend adventures, Tools to breakdown sports, Doug Emblidge returns with the Legit News, Billy will probably argue with Wease after seeing the Superman movie, and much more.