Tech Expert Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to talk about a few gadgets for your summer. Garry may have been the one to spearhead towns cleaning up their homeless problems. Plus, a New Jersey man used the promise of ice cream to rip off senior citizens.
There's a fine line between funny and inappropriate when it comes to bumper stickers. Meanwhile, Garry has questions about a 900 pound man in the news. Plus, North Korea has some interesting requests for future summit meetings with the United States.
The Cubs have banned a fan because of what may have been a racist gesture on TV. Meanwhile, Denmark seems to have picked up one of Garry's ideas for cleaning up the environment. Plus, a witchcraft extortion scheme was broken up in Argentina.
An elderly woman on her death bed wanted to see the big battle in Game of Thrones before she died. Meanwhile, Luke Perry had a unique request for his remains. Plus, a woman learned the hard way it's not a good idea to make a surprise visit to the CIA.
Garry breaks down the military strategy in the one episode of Game of Thrones that he has seen. Meanwhile, a developer is going to extreme lengths to get millennials to buy houses. Plus, there has been a rise in the number of ne'er-do-well's shoving things in their pants.
People who went to see Avengers at one theater in California may have gotten more than they bargained for. Meanwhile, Garry had a slight moment of terror on a recent flight. Plus, a woman's cat was nearly responsible for her missing out on lottery winnings.
Garry doesn't normally watch Game of Thrones, but caught one episode and he has some questions. Meanwhile, James Holzhauer's run continues on Jeopardy but Garry senses Alex Trebek may be ready to move on. Plus, more evidence that there should be more charges associated with climbing Mount Everest.
Protesters decided it was a good idea to glue themselves to a building. Meanwhile, a would-be robber was caught doing his best Santa impression. Plus, Alan Dalinka with MousePlanet.com joined Garry to talk about Disney's plans for opening their new Star Wars parks in California and Florida.
The fund raising efforts to help rebuild Notre Dame cathedral has led to some protests in France. Meanwhile, a man in Australia was killed by his pet deer. Plus, a South Carolina ne'er-do-well had a boat name that should have predicted his future crime.
Garry has a few ideas that might improve future seasons of The Bachelor. Meanwhile, a woman was alerted by her dog that a man had broken into her house and it just gets more weird from there. Plus, a 5 year old thought his Big Mac Attack was 911-worthy.
Officials in France are already looking for additions to Notre Dame Cathedral when they rebuild it. Meanwhile, the world's substitute teachers are not distinguishing themselves. Plus, an Arizona couple came up with some unique duties for a day laborer.
There's a new challenge making the rounds on the web that basically has teens eating garbage. Meanwhile, a man thought he was under attack by aliens. Plus, a fast food restaurant has introducing a fun way to celebrate 4/20.
Vince the Security Guy calls in to explain how police deal with traffic at concerts and other events. Meanwhile, scientists have decided to focus their studies on beards and testicles. Plus, a strange new tennis-centered fetish has emerged.
An airplane had to turn around because it clipped a sign on the runway, and that's where the story really gets confusing. Meanwhile, another story provides rock solid evidence that doggie doors are not a good idea. Plus, a sequel idea for The Birds.
A lottery winner accidentally tossed his winning ticket before realizing his mistake. Meanwhile, robbing a Victoria's Secret store could have potential benefits over other stores. Plus, lighting a baseball field on fire is not a good way to dry it out after rain.
Elon Musk is taking another break from getting cars ready to make a song about a subject near and dear to Garry's heart. Meanwhile, two men in New Jersey decided it would be a good prank to set their friend on fire. Plus, Garry gets an update from Jerry Eisner, a listener who had gone public trying to find a kidney donor for his wife.
Chicago has a new Mayor, and it would make the former Mayor Daley's head explode. Meanwhile, sometimes it's a better idea to just admit when you do something wrong rather than trying to concoct an explanation. Plus, twins learned the hard way it doesn't pay to pose as each other.
A home owner made a disturbing discovery after they had an open house. A man found a novel way to express his frustration with the bagger at his local grocery store. Plus, a woman in New York learned the hard way you should always lock your door at night.