A listener takes Garry to task for his hatred of the movie Twister. Meanwhile, there are several stories of sibling rivalries taken just a little too far. Plus, in addition to everything else, millennials are new screwing up the hallowed tradition of tipping.
A pet store in Pennsylvania might be evidence of a new branch of Garry's name theory. Meanwhile, Google thinks they may be able to use their AI to predict when you will die. Plus, some monsters don't know how to function in a civilized society.
A woman was in a fit of rage at her local gym, and Garry thinks one detail should have been a big red flag. Meanwhile, priorities for teenage boys seem to have changed in recent years. Plus, technology guru Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to share some tech news and gadgets that will change the world forever this Summer.
Garry checks in with legendary comedian and actor Richard Lewis. Meanwhile, the world put aside it's petty differences for a moment and stopped to watch a small animal climb a skyscraper. Plus, Target had second thoughts about a new line of cards for Father's Day.
A church is upset because of the placement of a new statue of Marilyn Monroe. Meanwhile, the biggest controversy from the G-7 summit wasn't something Donald Trump said, it was Justin Trudeau's eyebrows. Plus, new GarrForce merch ideas.
Garry reacts to the death of chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain, which came just days after fashion designer Kate Spade. Meanwhile, Garry takes aim at the tradition of brunch. Plus, police impersonators have invaded a town in Michigan.
A South Carolina woman's lottery win could actually be certified as a miracle, for several reasons. Meanwhile, a woman found out she was much closer to her lifelong friend than she realized. Plus, Garry checks in with Alan Dalinka from Mouseplanet.com about the latest Disney happenings.
A woman had 75,000 living in the walls her house for more than 40 years before doing something about it. Meanwhile, the preacher who was asking for millions of dollars for a new private jet is having second thoughts. Plus, some ideas they are trying out in Japan could probably do well here in the states.
A man in Hawaii went to check on his home during the volcanic eruption had an extremely strange encounter with a neighbor. Meanwhile, new stories of Alexa behaving badly are beginning the emerge. Plus, a child learned the hard way that you should be careful what you build out of LEGO.
A listener had a run-in with a armored truck in the wild that might explain some of the stories in the news lately. Meanwhile, Garry thinks Roseanne could get the Bewitched treatment. Plus, Garry meets digital media innovator Jay Samit, author of the book "Disrupt You!"
A story provides new proof that a domestic disturbance is probably the scariest call a police officer can get. Garry shares his uncensored memories from International Mr. Leather weekend in Chicago. Plus, the adventures of a wedding DJ.
A woman learned that when a man claims to be Jesus, but is a very bad tipper, he's probably not telling the truth. Meanwhile, the Post Office has a brilliant idea to turn their business around. Plus, a lesson in the different styles of meth.
Despite the fact that they might rule Great Britain by divine right, there were signs at the royal wedding that they are just like any other family. Meanwhile, Garry's idea for saving malls adds another wrinkle. Plus, a 911 call about a screaming match in an apartment did not end the way you might think.
Still more stories of Starbucks-related shenanigans are surfacing in the news. Meanwhile, there's also more evidence that animals want to help us and make our lives better. Plus, technology guru Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to share some tech news and gadgets that will make spring a little more exciting.
In addition to proms and carnival mishaps, it's the time of year when we hear about all of the houses of squalor. Meanwhile, it's always critical to double check the spelling of your tattoo before they begin inking you up. Plus, the subway system in Toronto has a problem with crabs.
A child was once again stuck in a claw machine after chasing after a prize, and Garry thinks it could make for a compelling episode of a procedural drama. Meanwhile, a Canadian zoo is reportedly in trouble after taking one of its bears out for an ice cream trip. Plus, the right way and the wrong way to deal with animals who find themselves in the wrong place.
A man in India decided it was a good idea to try to take a selfie with a bear. It ended in the way you probably think it did. Meanwhile, Garry once again finds himself in the crosshairs of the Facebook Boob Police. Plus, a department store has run into some problems after their manager threw some people out of the store.
A new internet craze is sweeping the web and it sees women holding their breasts in the shape of heart and posting pictures of it online. Meanwhile, an Indiana man called 911 to report a dead body in his bath tub, and he provides more proof of the Name Theory. Plus, a man in India died while watching the latest Avengers movie.