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


The Morning Brain Buster:

Q: Of over 2,000 women surveyed, the average owns about $550 worth of this

A: Clothes that are never worn



Bonehead Of The Day:

Just wait a few hours...: Monique Armstrong simultaneously wins best, and most impatient, sister of the year. The 20-year-old climbed over razor wire to break into the Mesa County jail so that her 18-year-old brother, who was charged with a drug offense, would be set free. She got her wish, being booked on charges including criminal tresspassing, but if she just could have waited, it wouldn't have been necessary. Her brother Michael was due to be released just five hours later.



You Deserve A Bop!

The Toronto Public Library is on a mission to ban a book they consider dangerous..."Hop on Pop" by Dr. Seuss. The book “encourages children to use violence against their fathers,” according to the complaint and in addition to giving an apology to the dads of Toronto, the complaint calls for the library to "pay for the damages." Thankfully, the library opted to keep the book, because they're not complete idiots.



Star Wars Cast Revealed

It looks like the force is with us. The cast list for "Star Wars: Episode VII" has been released and it's mixing some new actors with the classics from the franchise.   

John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow will join original stars Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, and Kenny Baker in the next installment of the "Star Wars" franchise.

The details of this movie have been kept pretty tightly under wraps, but Disney chief Bob Iger had said previously that episode seven will take place 30 years after 1983's "Return of the Jedi."  The movie is expected to hit theaters December 18th, 2015. 

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Man Banned From Blasting Celine Dion's My Heart Will Go On After Complaints

A British man had his audio equipment confiscated after his neighbors complained about him constantly listening to Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On.”

The Medway Council found that Gareth Davies violated a noise abatement notice six times and confiscated his 3D TV, laptop, speakers and a PlayStation 3.

Davies, who also listened to James Brown's “Love Machine” and the theme tune to Toy Story, said that he was the victim of “a witch hunt.”

The council allowed Davies to keep his iPhone and MacBook.

"It only takes one complaint, as in this case, and we will act,” the council's portfolio holder for community safety, Peter Hicks, told the BBC. “People have the right to lead a peaceful existence without it being ruined by loud music. We won't tolerate this sort of behavior and anyone who blasts out music or creates other noise nuisance should let this be a warning to them."

The 47-year-old can apply to get his stuff back after 28 days.





  • Diana Agron (“Glee,” “I Am Number Four”) – 28
  • Kirsten Dunst (“Spiderman,” “Melancholia”) (FAST FACT: Her performance as Claudia in “Interview with the Vampire” earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress)– 32
  • Gal Gadot (“Fast & Furious,” “Fast Five, and Fast & Furious 6”) – 28
  • John Galecki (“Roseanne,” “The Big Bang Theory”) – 39
  • Cloris Leachman (“Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Facts of Life,” “Young Frankenstein”) – 88
  • Kunal Nayyar (“The Big Bang Theory”) – 33
  • Adrian Pasdar (“Top Gun,” “The Lying Game,” “Heroes”) – 49
  • Burt Young (“Rocky,” “Chinatown”) – 74 
  • The late Eve Arden (“Our Miss Brooks,” “Grease I,” “Grease II”) (1908 – 1990)
  • The late Jill Clayburgh (“An Unmarried Woman,” “Bridesmaids”)(1944 – 2010)…she would have been 70
  • The late Al Lewis (Grandpa on ‘The Munsters”) (1923 – 2006)…he would have been 91




  • Lloyd Banks – 32
  • Carolyn Dawn Johnson – 43
  • Willie Nelson – 81
  • Dresden Dolls’ Amanda Palmer – 38
  • Dishwalla’s J.R. Richards – 47
  • Robert Reynolds (The Mavericks) 41
  • 98 Degrees’ Jeff Timmons – 48
  • Bobby Vee (He scored a #1 hit single with "Take Good Care of My Baby" in 1961. His band had to step in on The Day the Music Died and perform at the show Buddy Holly was supposed to play) – 71
  • Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon – 33




  • Director Jane Campion (“The Piano”) – 60
  • Celebrity kids Monroe and Moroccan Cannon (twin kids of Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon) – 2 
  • Hall of Fame Detroit Pistons point guard Isiah Thomas (FAST FACTS: He led the team to back-to-back NBA Championships in 1989 and 1990; 12-time NBA All-Star and 3-time All-NBA First Team selection) – 53
  • Lars Von Trier (“”Dogville,” “Breaking The Waves,” “Melancholia”) – 58


Video Of The Day:

Spiderman’s” Andrew Garfield is hosting “Saturday Night Live” this weekend with Coldplay as musical guest. Here, he’s getting his funny on with Bobby Moynihan.