It's been a bad week for Southwest airlines, first the mid-air accident and now woman claims Southwest lost her mother's prosthetic foot. Meanwhile, a man learned the hard way that you should think before you shoot at someone you think is an intruder. Plus, more proof that everything in Australia is trying to kill you.
A couple was shocked when they looked at the ultrasound of their bundle of joy and saw the face of one of the aliens from Tim Burton's movie "Mars Attacks." Meanwhile, a substitute teacher learned the hard way that it's critical to explain the rules of "Fight Club" in advance. Plus, school dress codes have changed a lot over the years.
It turns out you can add a cadre of Astronauts to the list of people who have seen UFO's. Meanwhile, new data suggests that motherhood is more work than a full-time job. Plus, a roofer in Louisiana repossessed his product when the customer failed to pay on time.
A Connecticut man with a crush on singer Taylor Swift came up with an extremely creative way to try to win her over. Meanwhile, a Michigan couple narrowly rescued a winning lottery ticket from the garbage. Plus, Garry checks in with Alan Dalinka from Mouseplanet.com
Garry's brother Tim found an unlikely supporter in his search for the truth about UFO's. Meanwhile, a listener had a head scratching run-in with the employees at his local Starbucks. Plus, a good reason for adults to carry sippy cups with them any time they are in large groups.
An Illinois man recently won the lottery, but at 91 he might not have a whole lot of time to cash in. Meanwhile, an Iowa man was threatened with a lawsuit by elected officials for complaining about how the town smells. Plus, a Japanese couple is apologizing for getting pregnant before their time.
Garry's brother Tim has been on the UFO hunt for a while, but he's definitely the only one seeing strange things in the skies. Meanwhile, a woman got the surprise of her life when she decided to get her DNA tested. Plus, the most heartwarming story about a squirrel you're going to hear today.
Garry thinks the April Fools tradition may have officially jumped the shark. Meanwhile, homeless people in England have been taking over cemeteries. Plus, if you don't like insects, you might want to avoid the Kansas airport.
Statistics suggest that many Americans decided to give up watching porn on the internet for Lent. Meanwhile, a New Zealand man had an interesting scam to get intimate with a lady. Plus, an Oregon man on the run for the FBI has a very identifiable tattoo.
There have been more UFO sightings in California, and they look a lot like the strange sighting Garry's brother had. Meanwhile, a friend of Garry was involved in a pretty amazing fake kidnapping scam. Plus, a man's beer belly turned out to be something very different.
Garry meets Danny Kofke, the author of "The Wealthy Teacher: Lessons for Prospering on a School Teacher's Salary." Meanwhile, if we've learned anything from the last couple of weeks, it's that you should always read the terms of service before you agree to them. Plus, a confusing new dating trend has emerged.
It turns out Stephen Hawking had a far more eventful personal life than you would have thought possible. Meanwhile, Garry salutes the characters of a highly successful ad campaign. Plus, another news story that will not be helpful for the bureau of tourism in India.
A man took his girlfriend to the Bahamas to ask his girlfriend to marry him, but was killed by a big wave before he could do it. Meanwhile, an alleged burglar in Nebraska provides more proof for the Name Theory. Plus, a new survey suggests that men have a hard time letting go of some things from childhood.
The hits keep coming for United Airlines after they had another problem with a pet that was in their care. Meanwhile, across the pond, Princess Kate is getting some criticism for something very unlikely. Plus, technology guru Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to share some tech news and gadgets that will make spring more exciting.
People who think rings are too cumbersome are having diamonds embedded directly into their fingers. Meanwhile, a woman's ice cream craving ended up leading to a big lottery win. Plus, Garry checks in with his brother Tim to talk about his recent encounter with a UFO.
It turns out there are quite a few more negative side effects of Daylight Saving Time than even Garry thought. Meanwhile, a man in China was raising what he thought was a puppy, but it turned out to be something very different. Plus, more details have emerged about a disturbing story from earlier in the week.
A wedding planner has come up with a way to make a positive impact on her community with wedding leftovers. Meanwhile, Garry wonders what the social media comments would be like if Jesus showed up today. Plus, a man had a unique way of responding to a co-worker who was not receptive to his romantic advances.
A teen in California decided it was a good idea to pose as a law enforcement officer and do traffic stops and it just got more strange from there. Meanwhile, a man is overcoming his heartbreak by helping another young couple, if they can prove they are in love. Plus, a woman learned the hard way that you should never let your infant play with your smartphone.
A listener makes an offer to Garry and Leslie for some late night entertainment on the lake front in Chicago. Meanwhile, Garry is very disturbed by what he saw on ABC's reality show The Bachelor. Plus, a man learned the hard way that it's not a good idea to give your company credit card to an escort.
There's been a spike in animal sightings in Florida, but Garry says you can hardly blame the animals for this problem. Meanwhile, an Illinois man hired a hit man to kill his parents after they stifled his career ambitions. Plus, North Dakota won a very surprising award.