This show seems like it will be one of the most boring shows that has ever graced the screen of a television.
MTV is debuting a show called White People, which is all about five young white people talking about their racial identity. They talk about a wide range of topics like white guilt, white history, and white privilege.
A radio host in Orlando suffered a seizure on the air recently, resulting in some heavy bertations.
About an hour and a half into his morning show on Z88.3, Ellis B. Feaster and his cohost were in the middle of a talk break when the noises that were coming out of his mouth did not match what he was trying to say. After slurring his speech, he passed out on the floor in the studio and his coworkers had to call 911.
Back in April, we talked about a new Japanese gameshow where contestants would attempt to sing karaoke while receiving HJs from attractive women. We thought, at the time, that we had finally reached the peak of weirdness for TV shows. Turns out that's not the case.
There's a new Japanese game show set to premiere soon, and its title loosely translates to The Handjob Competition.
A warning on this one - there's some NSFW language contained in this recording of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s reaction to Austin Dillon's horrific crash at the end of the Coke Zero 400 race early Monday morning.
This morning on the air, Free Beer & Hot Wings talked to Shaun Evans who, with his son Shamus, is currently doing something that will make you feel like you're the laziest person in the world. And it's all for a great cause. Oh, and it's a great, heartwarming story as well.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway early this morning.
Right after Earnhardt's victory, driver Austin Dillon had a horrible accident where his car got launched from the inside of the track over two lanes of cars, hit the catch fence upside down, landed back on the track on its roof, and was hit by Brad Keselowski. The car was nearly torn in half, and its engine was ripped from under the hood. A section of the fence was torn down and debris went into the grandstands.
A guy named Mark Dice (who describes himself as "an expert on secret societies, conspiracies, and government cover-ups") runs a YouTube channel where he goes out on the street and asks easy questions to show how ignorant people are. He went to a beach in San Diego for the Fourth of July and asked people why we celebrate it, and some of the answers he received were pretty terrible.
Yesterday after the show, Free Beer was showing some photos of the twins to a coworker, when it popped into his head that the coworker would probably stand there as long as he wanted them to, based on social norms.
Yesterday, ESPN's Colin Cowherd had Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh on his program. Harbaugh is pretty notorious for being a serious football guy, so even a hint of a jokey or happy demeanor from Cowherd was probably going to throw him off...and boy did it!
Each Thursday on the show, we play Dumber Than Zane Trivia for a $500 cash prize.Due to some instances of cheating in the past, we now require that all of our contestants be blindfolded and use GoToMeeting so we can watch them play and ensure that they are not cheating.
Plus, it gives us a chance to see what the person taking on Zane (or in this case, Hot Wings) in a battle of wits actually looks like!
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