Good Morning!  Happy Hump day!  Here's what you missed on today's show.


The Morning Brain Buster:

Q: 21% of women say THIS makes a man more attractive. 

A: The type of car he drives 



Bonehead Of The Day:

Don't have a gun if you're clumsy: A Hollywood, Florida man was taken to the hospital over the weekend after he accidentally shot the butt. The man, described as being in his 20s, was cleaning his hand gun when he dropped it and it discharged. The upside? "He is not going to be charged with anything," the police lieutenant said. "He was in his home. There was no foul play or suspicious incident."


Goonies 2 Gets Spielberg?

In case you missed it, there's been some news about "The Goonies" sequel. Original director Richard Donner announced plans to make a sequel earlier this month, but when TMZ caught up with the director over the weekend, he gave some new, and pretty important news.

While the cast is still up in the air, as is the actual story, original executive producer Steven Spielberg is onboard. "Of course," Donner said when the cameraman asked if Spielberg was already involved. 

So far, there's been no other news, but we'll keep you updated as long as we're not too busy practicing our Truffle Shuffle.


Family Discos?

Who says you have to stop partying just because you have children? According to the New York Daily News, family discos and raves are becoming increasing popular across London as those who used to pack world-famous venues like the Ministry of Sound are now packing lunches for their little ones.

One company that puts family-friendly parties together – Big Fish Little Fish – is owned by Hannah Saunders. She said she used to spend her weekends at clubs and warehouse parties. She said, “We haven’t stopped being people with our own interests.”

Since the kids like the music, it’s perfect for the parents. And for the most part, the partiers don’t get drunk – even though liquor is served – because they know their responsibilities as parents.


Poll Says Women Prefer A Guy Who Doesn't Drive A Fancy Car


Based on the results of a Harris poll commissioned by dating site AnastasiaDate, women would actually prefer you not drive a fancy car. Apparently, the majority of women “associate fancy cars with negative character traits” — they’re arrogant show-offs, women say, and also probably insecure. More than a third of ladies think “exotic” wheels mean a guy is compensating for something. You know who is not compensating for something? A guy with a Prius.




Candy That Doesn't Suck!  Beer Flavored Lollipops Are Here


Although flavors like breast milk, sriracha bacon and wasabi-ginger might not necessarily sound all that appetizing, candy company Lollyphile has three new flavored lollipops that could really hit the spot on a hot summer day -- IPA, lager, and stout.

In addition to those sudsy suckers, the company also offers cocktail-flavored candy pops as well as cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and merlot-flavored lollies.

“We tried our best to stay true to each of these varieties, Stout being big & dark, IPA being hoppy as hell, and Lager based on our favorite Pilsner,” Lollyphile owner Jason Darling told Gizmodo. “It was, to say the least, a very fun flavor matching experience.”

It sounds like it.

“The King of Lollipops! A real banquet lollipop! An All-American slam-dunk barbecue apple pie badass lollipop,” reads the lager’s description. “Perfect for basically everything, our Lager lollipop is based on Pilsners of, let's be honest, our collective youths.”

Lollyphile is a company with ties to San Francisco and Austin with a “sweet tooth and a short attention span.”







  • Scott Bairstow ("Party of Five," “Tuck Everlasting”) – 44
  • Valerie Bertinelli (“One Day At A Time,” “Touched By An Angel,” “Hot In Cleveland”) – 54
  • David Birney (“Murder She Wrote,” “Burke’s Law”) – 74
  • Blair Brown (“The Choirboys,” “Altered States,” “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd”) – 67
  • Joyce DeWitt (“Three's Company”) – 65
  • Jan Hooks (“SNL,” “Designing Women,” “30 Rock”) – 57
  • Melina Kanakaredes (“Providence,” “CSI: NY”) 36
  • George Lopez (“George Lopez,” “Lopez Tonight”) – 53
  • Lee Majors ("Six Million Dollar Man," “The Fall Guy”) – 75
  • Dev Patel (“Slumdog Millionaire”) – 24
  • Kal Penn (“Harold & Kumar go to White Castle,” “House” – 37
  • Craig Sheffer (“A River Runs Through It,” “Nightbreed”) – 54
  • Barry Watson (“7th Heaven,” “What About Brian,” “Samantha Who”) – 40
  • The late Shirley Temple Black (FAST FACTS! She first acted at the age of four in a series on one-reelers titled Baby Burlesks. She retired from acting when she was 22. She later served as United States Ambassador to Ghana and later to Czechoslovakia, and as Chief of Protocol of the United States) (1928 – 2014)...she would have been 86
  • The late Sandra Dee (“Tammy,” “Gidget,” “Come September,” “A Summer Place”) (1942 – 2005)…she would have been 72
  • The late Herve Villechaize (Tattoo on “Fantasy Island”) (1943 – 1993)…he would have been 71




  • Taio Cruz – 29
  • Stone Temple Pilots’ Dean Deleo – 53
  • Sugar Ray’s Stan Frazier – 45
  • The late Def Leppard guitarist Steve Clark (1960 – 1991)…he would have been 54
  • The late Roy Orbison (1936 – 1988)…he would have been 78




  • Wrestler John Cena (FAST FACTS: Nicknamed Doctor of Thuganomics, he won over 10 world championships and broke the record with his 11 WWE championship) – 37
  • Model Jaime King – 35
  • Model (and reality TV star) Joanna Krupa – 35
  • Director Michael Moore (“Bowling for Columbine,” “Fahrenheit 9/11”) – 60 
  • Celebrity wedding planner David Tutera (“My Fair Wedding”) – 48
  • The late President James Buchanan (FAST FACTS: The 15th president of the United States – he was opposed the secession of the Southern states, believing it to be illegal, but did not feel it was wise to go to war over the matter, something that would happen the moment his successor was elected to the office) (1791 – 1868)
  • The late designer Halston (FAST FACTS: His birth name was Roy Halston Frowick) (1932 – 1990)…he would have been 82
  • Composer Sergei Prokofiev (“"Peter and the Wolf”) (1891 – 1953)
  • The late William Shakespeare (FAST FACTS! He was born and died on the same date! Plus – his influence on the English language far exceeds that of any other literary figure. Some of his original phrases include "dead as a doornail," "a sorry sight," "foul play," "hot-blooded," and "in a pickle.") (1564 – 1616)
  • The late scientist Granville Woods (FAST FACTS: 'The Black Edison' who recorded over 50 patents to his name over his long career and who strived to make a safer and better public transportation system. He was the first African American to be a mechanical and electrical engineer after the Civil War.) (1856 – 1910)


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