The Wease Show Goes Batty
We start the morning talking about what a great day of the week Friday is. Just a few hours of work, and then a couple days off of fun. Wease talks about pumping himself up mentally this morning, and maybe they'll drink tequila.
Pauly has a crisis this morning. Ryann called him just minutes before airtime panicked because she heard noises in the house. We call her, she tells us what happened, and Wease and listeners diagnose that it's a bat. She's terrified, and Pauly is freaked out too. Callers suggest rabies shot, an exterminator (a bat man), leaving the windows open, calling animal control, and on the opposite side maybe build a bat house in the backyard because the bats will control pest infestation.
Tools With Sports
The Spurs beat the Heat in Game 1 of the NBA finals 92-88. Wease thought Tools guaranteed a win for Miami last night. What's the deal with that Birdman guy on the Heat? Even tatted up Wease thinks the guy looks like a nut.
The Blackhawks beat the LA Kings in Game 4 of the NHL semi finals.
Seriously, it's June... why are they still playing hockey, and it's not even the finals.
Marshall Fine Film Reviews
The Purge... In the future, on one night a year, you can LEGALLY COMMIT ANY CRIME you want . . . even murder. During that 12-hour period, hospitals are closed, the police can't be called, and it's up to you to figure out how you're going to survive the night.
The night when everyone releases their darkest impulses is called "the purge," and Ethan Hawke's gotten rich off of selling security systems to make people's homes impenetrable, so they can defend themselves from their homicidal neighbors. Marshall gives it 2 stars... not very good, but even worse.....
The Internship... Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are two unemployed salesmen with outdated computer skills who talk their way into intern positions at Google . . . where they'll then have to compete against dozens of tech-savvy college students for a job. Marsh says if you've seen the trailer you've seen everything funny in the flick. Here's everything funny.
Doug With News
Wease Hate Letter
Comedian Alysia Woods joins us in studio. Wease got a hate letter yesterday... to be honest he got three copies of the same letter snail mailed to him. The main crux of the hatred comes from a supposed instance where Wease didn't reply when the letter writer said hi, and thought Wease ignored him. The writer also takes a few unnecessary shots at Pauly, making fun of him. Billy and listeners tell stories of how ridiculous that is... how Wease is the most social and talkative person they know. Sometimes his hearing issues have to be accounted for, but if you say hi Wease will talk to you.
Bonus Content... Daisy Dukes
Is John Travolta Gay?
Wease refers to Marianne as a "fag hag", a tern for women that hangout with gay people. They discuss gay folks, and Marianne says John Travolta is gay... Wease thinks this is just a ridiculous rumor, but Marianne and Alysia say that it's common knowledge in Hollywood, and that his wife Kelly Preston is just a beard.
NBC Dateline's Josh Mankiewicz
We've talked to many of the Dateline correspondants over the year, but this is the first time we've spoken to Josh. He has a crazy resume, and has done a ton of wacky stuff over the years. Tonight on Dateline... As actress Aasha Davis’s career takes off, her sister and brother-in-law suddenly go missing. You may recognize Davis from shows like Friday Night Lights, Grey's Anatomy, and much more. We follow her on the quest to get this mystery solved.
Marianne and Wease have another disagreement... is sucking on toes grosser than oral sex? Marianne says it's disgusting, Wease says it's such a lame fetish that even he does it.
Willie Dating Game?
The foot conversation leads us to further investigate Willie's sex life, his reluctance to eat at the Y, suck a toe, or even kiss a woman. He's afraid he'd be unable to perform, but we'd like to see him at least go out with a chick. maybe next week we'll do a "Willie Dating Game". Any volunteers?
News Anchor And Weather Lady Hate Each Other
A bunch of people online are going nuts over a video of a Philadelphia news anchor bickering with her station's meteorologist. But honestly, it seems like they probably just like ripping on each other, and it's all in good fun.
Their names are Nicole Brewer and Carol Erickson, and according to a statement from CBS 3 in Philly, they're actually friends who have a quote, "great respect for each other."
But check out the video, and see what you think. It's a montage of clips from different broadcasts, where they both toss underhanded digs at each other.
The guys from Batavia Downs are here to break down this weekends Triple Crown Race. Wease, Todd and Ryan talk a bunch of gambling and horseracing that I don't understand. Now I know how Marianne feels when we talk football. If "take the 5 and 10" means anything to you that's what they said.