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June 17, 2024 35 mins

After making a bet, Eddie attempts to eat 108 popcorn shrimp in one sitting, find out if he can do it! Then, Lunchbox got a ticket and wants to go to court and fight it and more!

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Speaker 1 (00:03):
Show when situations just don't make sense, We go what
is this crap today? Brought to you by Lunchbox? What
is this crap? In front of my house? You only
have street parking. We don't have driveways. Most houses don't
have driveway, So I park on the street. Do it
all the time, depending on what way I'm coming from
entering the neighborhood. I park in front of the house.

Never thought anything of it. I walk out the other day,
I have a seventy dollar ticket. Oh I'm looking at
it for parking the wrong way.

Speaker 2 (00:36):
Whoa, because if your fate, I guess you're supposed to
face north on one side of the street and south
on the other side of the street. I have been
parking that way for years, just depending, never even thought
about it. And I come out it's a seventy dollars ticket.
What is this crap? We have bank robberies going on,
we got people stealing cars, and we're worried about me

parking the wrong direction on a residential street in the
middle of a neighborhood.

Speaker 1 (01:05):
I didn't know you get a ticket for that. I
don't know either, So have you done it before all
the time? So you do park the wrong way all
the time, and you never got it. Why would they
be in your neighborhood if they're never in your neighborhood,
no idea. It is this crap. Like if I start
to think about it, because I've done that, I've parked
the wrong way. But if I start to think about it,
I guess it makes sense, like if you have to
get back out in traffic. But again, it's a residential neighborhood.

It's not like it's five o'clock traffic bumper to bumper. There.

Speaker 3 (01:31):
We're not on a downtown street.

Speaker 1 (01:33):
We're in a neighborhood.

Speaker 4 (01:35):
Is it a universal law?

Speaker 1 (01:37):
I just see the ticket parking on the wrong side
of the street MCL for seventy dollars.

Speaker 5 (01:43):
Oh my good.

Speaker 1 (01:44):
What are you gonna do? You're gonna go to court
represent yourself.

Speaker 2 (01:47):
I would love to go to court and represent myself.
Say what is this crap?

Speaker 6 (01:51):

Speaker 4 (01:52):
How you've done it your whole life?

Speaker 3 (01:54):
Yes, we do this all the time. And I mean
there's cars parked.

Speaker 1 (01:58):
One thousands of dollars. Fine, I really other instances you've done?
You do this every day. We'll come by every single day.
I could not believe they were right they wrote a
ticket for it. When is the court date?

Speaker 3 (02:13):
I don't I have to pay. I don't even know
if it's this coordinate.

Speaker 1 (02:15):
I think it's a charge. It says most cops will
ignore people park the wrong way.

Speaker 4 (02:20):
Yeah, it must be the law.

Speaker 1 (02:21):
But people just gets I mean, it's like jaywalking, Like
are we going to start unless they need money in
your neighborhood and they're out, all right, go and give
some tickets. So on the bottom of lunch box ticket
there is like a barcode I guess, so you can
trade it in for a lottery ticket or something. And
then it gives like some language like failure to answer
the citation will result in the issues of a warrant.

Let's go, don't answer, Let's go to jail for this. Yeah,
that's cool. Hunger strike, let's take a stand.

Speaker 4 (02:47):
Does it have the officer's name?

Speaker 1 (02:49):
It doesn't here, I'm sure.

Speaker 3 (02:51):
Yeah, I had to. I mean I couldn't put that up.

Speaker 4 (02:53):
Okay, No, I get that. I just was thinking, maybe
you could google him. Maybe he's, you know, is his
first thing on the job, and he's a little eager.

Speaker 1 (02:58):
It's like, hey, you got it, loser, But don't call
them that don't call like you think.

Speaker 2 (03:02):
Hey, man, I know it's your first day out on
the street, so go find some people park the wrong way, like,
ease your way in.

Speaker 4 (03:07):
And he's like, I got to practice writing tickets.

Speaker 1 (03:09):
So much as you must take a form of action
within forty five days of the issuance date, pay fine
amount listed above within forty five days.

Speaker 3 (03:16):
Oh, it gives me the employee number A doing that signature.

Speaker 1 (03:20):
We ain't paying this fine. We're making a stay. We
are making a dance. If we have to go to jail,
we'll go to jail, yes, all of us. No, we
keep saying, I request a hearing date, no letter than
forty five days. Oh dude, it would be awesome because
you don't want to know in court cases a man.
But hey, was this the ultimate?

Speaker 3 (03:38):

Speaker 1 (03:38):
Oh dang, I was going to say my wife's car. Okay,
one more thing, the issuance. If unable to collect the
issuance of a bench warrant for your arrest for contempt
of court with a penalty of up to five days
in jail and a fine of up to ten dollars.
I think it's worth it. You can do five hard
days in ten bucks. I'll pay ten bucks, easy, use

five days. I'll the ten bucks and you can have time.

Speaker 4 (04:01):
Off, time off for jail.

Speaker 1 (04:02):
Yeah, I'll finish ten just for fun. You'll make ten.

Speaker 3 (04:05):
Wow, I'm not I'm not opposed to that.

Speaker 1 (04:08):
Yeah, jail because there's no way right and.

Speaker 3 (04:12):
They're not going to keep me for five because good behavior.

Speaker 1 (04:14):
They'll probably put the crap out of that place. And
we can visit you. Yeah, one of us will come
every day you're in jail and visit you. Oh. I
like that phone. Hey man, how's it going in there?
It's been tough. You need some cigarettes, so hey man,
some rawm and some cigarettes.

Speaker 4 (04:31):
We just give him. What's that?

Speaker 1 (04:34):
Yeah, we put eighty bucks in your commissary dude. Okay,
so what are you going to do?

Speaker 3 (04:39):
Man, I'm gonna have to fight it?

Speaker 1 (04:41):
Yeah, you are, for sure fight it, but fight it
by not paying it. That's option too. I like that
option for me. That's fun and we should. We will
go to jail if we have to. But him going
to court again in a suit with a briefcase. Why
did you go last time? Because Russian parking sign?

Speaker 2 (04:58):
Yeah, I got a parking ticket. We were winning an
a war from the red cross and I parked somewhere
where they said free parking from this time to this time.
And then the guy gave me a ticket and I
was like, no, no, no, no no.

Speaker 1 (05:10):
There wasn't like a brush in front of the sign.

Speaker 5 (05:12):

Speaker 2 (05:12):
The sign said free parking until like ten am.

Speaker 1 (05:16):
And he went in a full suit and he had
a briefcase. And I was his lawyer, got it. I
was his lawyer, and I needed something that looked like
a briefcase. So my kid had the poker chip case,
but I took all the He took all the poker
chips out and put a bunch of toys in it.

Speaker 7 (05:30):
I didn't know that. I just thought it was an
empty case and did you have to open it in
the metal detector. We went through security and they opened
it and it was slinky trading.

Speaker 1 (05:38):
Cards, all sorts of stuff. You guys made a great team.

Speaker 3 (05:41):
Yeah, And then Eddie got pulled out of the court room.

Speaker 5 (05:43):
Yeah, because I was recording.

Speaker 1 (05:45):
Yeah, that'll do it.

Speaker 5 (05:45):
I was recording audio.

Speaker 3 (05:46):
Yeah, they said, don't record.

Speaker 1 (05:47):
That'll do it. That'll do it. Ask for a court
date and then go represent yourself in court. That's your
right as an American citizen.

Speaker 3 (05:52):
Okay, I mean I can come on with a defense.

Speaker 1 (05:57):
Dude. I tell you what. I will give you five
hundred dollars if you go to jail five days, five
days a day. Dude, Oh no, I'll give you a
thousand dollars if you go day. You go to jail
for five days. If you just go, I'm not paying it.
I'm want to serve my time in jail. I will
give you one thousand dollars.

Speaker 5 (06:15):
I don't know if I could do that.

Speaker 1 (06:17):
Oh man, you don't have to be mean about it.
You'd be like, I feel like this, I'm standing against
what this is for. I feel like this is not
what we should do as Americans. We should be able
to park whatever way if it's safe and I am
not paying it, and if I need to serve my
five days in order to prove that I am true
to my message, I'll do that, and you serve five days,
I'll give you one thousand dollars.

Speaker 2 (06:36):
What if they take me into custody right then, like
I don't have time to get my affairs in order.

Speaker 1 (06:39):
Twelve fifty. If they put handcuffs on you in the
courtroom and take you right to jail, it goes up
to twelve fifty.

Speaker 3 (06:45):
And do I start screaming Justice for America.

Speaker 1 (06:48):
Fifteen hundred If you do that, oh, it's like fifteen
hundred dollars. Dude, he could be somebody's girl. No, not,
that's prison.

Speaker 4 (06:55):
Oh he's cry happen in jail now?

Speaker 1 (06:57):

Speaker 3 (06:58):
Yeah, to get to know each other.

Speaker 6 (06:59):

Speaker 2 (07:00):
Oh, you're like like people are coming and going all
the time in counting, you're not making license plates and
jail you're just chilling.

Speaker 1 (07:05):
You know, they're taking uh, you know, picks to rocks
and stuff. That's that's prison, man.

Speaker 3 (07:10):
Okay, the county is more laid back.

Speaker 1 (07:12):
But if you demand, if you demand prison two thousand, oh.

Speaker 3 (07:15):
I don't want to. I don't want to transfer me there.

Speaker 1 (07:18):
So that's the deal. If you go to jail, I'll
pay a thousand.

Speaker 4 (07:20):
Is this is all you needed to get down?

Speaker 7 (07:22):
Where you know?

Speaker 1 (07:23):
Chrisly Is that's prison. He gets in more trouble just
to go there, but like committing financial crime. So he
goes to the nicer one. Right, Yeah, you'd let us
know in the next few days what you're gonna do here.
If you decide to pay it, fine, Oh hum, Yeah,
I don't feel like he did anything wrong.

Speaker 3 (07:41):
I don't either.

Speaker 1 (07:41):
I said, what the crap? Yeah? What is now? What
is this crawd Oh?

Speaker 3 (07:46):
What is this crap?

Speaker 1 (07:47):
And the offer stands if you go to jail for
five days one thousand.

Speaker 3 (07:50):
Bucks, well it would up like seventeen hundred.

Speaker 1 (07:52):
You have to well fifty if you get cuffed in
the courtroom, fifteen hundred if you yell justice for America.

Speaker 5 (07:58):
As you're being taken out.

Speaker 1 (07:59):
Yeah, okay, good, Hey, this is what we call what
is this crap? What is this crap? That's a segment.
Good job Eddie Gray, job bringing it lunchbox, You're great
job bringing it today. Let's do Luke Combs. This is
called parked car the wrong way.

Speaker 3 (08:14):
Stop it.

Speaker 1 (08:14):
That's called fast car fast.

Speaker 5 (08:18):
Wake up, Wake up in the mall. It's a radio
and the Dodgers.

Speaker 1 (08:29):
Here in lunchbox.

Speaker 8 (08:30):
More Game two Febread and it's trying to put you through.

Speaker 9 (08:34):
Stock is running, there's weeks next week and Bobby's on
the box.

Speaker 1 (08:38):
So you know what this this the Bobby balls. Let's
do the news. Bobby's all right, what burns the most
calories when it comes to exercise? What do you think
it is?

Speaker 4 (08:54):
Listening weights running. Oh, I always heard, you know, if
you left weights your calories the rest of the day.

Speaker 1 (09:02):
I've heard a lot of stuff. I never heard that
one specifically, Running tops the list, burning around five hundred
calories if it's long distance, followed by water polo round
four fifty. I don't know a single person that plays
water polo. If you're doing anything in the water, that's
very hard. Yeah, bicycling at four hundred calori and circuit
training three to three fifty. That's from mental floss.

Speaker 4 (09:22):
What about walking, because that's what I like to do.

Speaker 1 (09:24):
Probably running a fraction of running, since you're only fractionally running.
I don't like running. But what sucks is if I
run for a long time, my shins shin splints, just
welcome back to the neighborhood every time. So I can
never run. I mean I can run for a bit,
I get on the treadmill, I run some, but running
has never been good to me. We're lunchboxing, run like crazy.

Speaker 3 (09:44):
It's so fun.

Speaker 1 (09:45):
You stretch no ever, never.

Speaker 4 (09:49):
Never, you're probably gonna need to start.

Speaker 6 (09:51):

Speaker 2 (09:51):
I am so bad like it is. Everything is so
wound up tight. It's hard to bend down and pick
things up and it maybe a run. You don't stretch,
don't stretch as wo go I do this.

Speaker 3 (10:01):
I go, so I'd love side right once and.

Speaker 1 (10:03):
Then I go, yeah, it's skipping breakfast bad for you. Yes,
case so, and it is because everybody is different, but everybody, everybody,
every body is different. But the reason it is bad
is not because that meal happens to be the most important.
It's because people make worse decisions later in the day

because they skip it because they're hungry. Where it's not
that that's the most most important meal, but your other
decisions end up worse because you made that decision earlier.
So it's like, that's not giving you any more than
any other meal, but because you missed it, you're like,
well now I'm starving. So you more than you would
for launching breakfast combined. Yeah, so that's from the New

York Post. But yeah, I agree, every body. Everybody is different.
Sobering stats on American drinking a study on the drinking
habits of Americans by an economist and sociologist at Duke
So how many a week lunch box? Now you drink
far less? Oh far less, far less? How many a week?

Speaker 3 (11:07):
Eight drinks?

Speaker 1 (11:08):
A week, Morgan, what about you? Ifrob I go a
little harder, a little younger.

Speaker 4 (11:11):
I mean it depends if I'm doing dinner, social activities.
But I would say just ten alone from Friday to Sunday.
If we have a packed weekend, ten, well, like a
few each night?

Speaker 1 (11:21):
Lower end? Is it ten on a low end?

Speaker 4 (11:22):
If I don't go super hard, that's just on.

Speaker 3 (11:24):
The weekend, right, that's not Monday through Friday?

Speaker 1 (11:26):
Yeah? Do you ever have? Do you have drinks on Monday, Tuesday, Wednday, Thursday? Ever?

Speaker 4 (11:30):
Not? Really? I'm not a good like wine. I'm either like,
go hard or go home. I'm not a really good
casual drinker.

Speaker 1 (11:36):
Why am I doing it?

Speaker 2 (11:37):
You don't have a margarita dinner? Like last night we
went to dinner with a family, and I mean margarita.

Speaker 3 (11:41):
Let's go.

Speaker 1 (11:42):
I mean sometimes I guess I do. After serving forty
three thousand Americans, the data shows that the top ten
percent of those who drink consume an average of sixty
one drinks a week.

Speaker 4 (11:51):
WHOA, what one?

Speaker 1 (11:53):

Speaker 4 (11:53):
That's frightening.

Speaker 1 (11:54):
So that's a top ten percent right below, that's twenty
two drinks a week. That group of people, and so
you're about eight, you're at twelve to thirteen. Ray, you'll
go hard on weekend though, Nah, friends are in town
fifteen minimum. But if it's just me four to six,
that's from men's health.

Speaker 4 (12:12):
The way alcohol impacts me. Now I'm down to.

Speaker 1 (12:15):
Like one a month, and you feel it for the
other twenty nine days.

Speaker 4 (12:19):
I'm like, God, Bart Lunchbucks mentions bargarita, and I feel
like my body just hearing it is having a visceral reaction.

Speaker 1 (12:25):
The best food cities in the world, and I could
list a bunch of these cities, but most of them
are from places that we don't know where, like Naples,
Italy's number one, Johannesburg's number two. But American cities, because
we do have one in the top twenty.

Speaker 3 (12:39):
Got it, go ahead, Las Vegas.

Speaker 1 (12:42):
Okay, that's interesting because they do have a lot of
nice restaurant I have such good food.

Speaker 4 (12:46):
Amy New York City or Manhattan.

Speaker 1 (12:48):
Also, Yeah, New York City would be a great guess.
And I would think too, like maybe they would put
somewhere like New Orleans because of a specific style of food. Miami, Oh,
Miami is one of the Portland comes in at number ten. Okay,
Portland has great food, a great seafood. But maybe it's
just the restaurant how the overall amount of restaurants and
the scores. Maybe it is all data instead of like

the kinds of food they specialize.

Speaker 4 (13:12):
Oh you mean like they're Michelin.

Speaker 1 (13:14):
Well some places don't even have a Michelin.

Speaker 6 (13:17):

Speaker 4 (13:17):
I don't really know what that means.

Speaker 1 (13:19):
And that is the tire company too, really, the Michelin
star our same company, same same tire company. Yeah. And
the New York Post says that flying has gotten so
depressing that no one wants to join the Milehawk club anymore. Yeah, right,
but nobody does it. Yeah. Yeah, there's a special plane
in Vegas. You can rent it just to do it.
And I don't even know if that thing still works.
That was a new story for like a week.

Speaker 4 (13:37):
And who would do that?

Speaker 1 (13:38):
No, right, one flight attendant, You wouldn't do that. You're
not You're not paying for a flight just to go
up and do that. If I had the money, you
wouldn't do it on that. You'd rather go spend at
the blackjack table.

Speaker 3 (13:47):
You're right, But I'll just get a private get.

Speaker 1 (13:48):
And that would cost way more than what you're talking
if I had the moneyed. As one flight attendant put it,
cramped aircraft and the stress of flying today have killed
the mood. Do you think they stop if they see
a couple walking, or they'd see somebody going the bathroom,
shut the door and they see somebody else, And I'm going,
do you think they flattens make a move to stop that.

Speaker 4 (14:09):
No, I have no idea. You would think they're just
opening that bathroom door would kill the mood no matter what.

Speaker 1 (14:14):
Era we're in, and they have to go to the
one girl? If right, is there one of the because
there's one right by the cockpit. I was gonna say,
does every airline have one? Well, yeah, in the cockpit,
but that would be the one everybody could see.

Speaker 4 (14:26):
Yeah, there's sometimes one up front and then two in
the back. I mean there's larger planes that have ways.
I would assume you go for the ones in the
back that have multi You can be like, you know,
some people go in that one and then while the
flight attendants looking away, you go in.

Speaker 1 (14:40):
Because every somebody's always looking up at the front one.
There's always a flight attendant, and there's always someone there,
and you never even tried, No, never tried, man. I mean,
I need to go on because in the movies, it's
always on the international flights in the movies, I'm not
going the same way. I'm familiar with this, And why
was that even a bragging thing? Like it feels like

I think from the eighties.

Speaker 4 (15:01):
You've heard about it, but I don't know that I've
ever known anybody or seen it in the movie.

Speaker 1 (15:07):
Oh, there you go. That's the weird news, thank you
Bodies story. Some time for Eddie to try to eat
one hundred and eight popcorn shrimp. He has boxes stacked
up in a triangular formation, one hundred and eight popcorn shrimp.
He said his mouth ran as Arkansas used to say,

don't run your mouth.

Speaker 7 (15:30):
I need to keep my mouth shut. I think you
said something like that, Oh there's a record or whatever, and.

Speaker 1 (15:35):
I said, I can do that a couple of weeks ago.
Why don't you start eating right now? Yeah, and I'll
tell the story.

Speaker 7 (15:40):
Okay, Hey, so three boxes. Two of these say fifty
on them and the last one is eight. So I'm
supposed to eat one hundred and eight. So I'm gonna
start with box one. Okay, here we go. Literally added nothing,
eat one of those boxes. Buddy, let's to give you
an idea. All right, here, got a couple a couple
of weeks ago.

Speaker 5 (15:57):
That's good.

Speaker 1 (15:58):
Whenever you finish, just say and rail hit a bell, okay,
all right. A couple of weeks ago, we read a
story about someone eating one hundred and eight shrimp during
Red Lobsters in the shrimp because Red Lobster I'm going
out of business. So people are going just eating like crazy.

Speaker 7 (16:12):
Get it?

Speaker 4 (16:12):
You can't And.

Speaker 1 (16:13):
Eddie was like, I could do that, like no problem.
So the bed is, if Eddie can eat one hundred
and eight shrimp, I will give him one hundred and
eight dollars. Now, if he needs one hundred and seven trimp,
he gets no money.

Speaker 4 (16:23):
So if he does one on nine, does he get
one on nine?

Speaker 1 (16:25):
Yeah? There's that's it.

Speaker 4 (16:28):
There's wow.

Speaker 1 (16:29):
Yeah, gosh, that's the fifty to fift something with your
numbers there.

Speaker 5 (16:35):
I told you he didn't touch it with his hands.

Speaker 1 (16:37):
Don't know who he is.

Speaker 3 (16:40):
Absolutely touching with their hands.

Speaker 1 (16:41):
How many you got there so far?

Speaker 5 (16:42):
Let me tell you what you spicy? Wasn't ready for
a spicy chicken? I mean shrimp? Yeah?

Speaker 4 (16:49):
Yeah, yeah, yeah, definitely shrimp the smell is so strong.

Speaker 1 (16:52):
What's the cup?

Speaker 5 (16:54):
It's just water.

Speaker 1 (16:54):
It's that dipping sauce.

Speaker 7 (16:56):
I see that Johnny Chestnut guy when you eat Joey
Joey who drinks water while he's doing it.

Speaker 1 (17:01):
He actually sticks the stuff in water.

Speaker 5 (17:03):
I'm not doing that.

Speaker 1 (17:05):
Yeah, squishes it up. Can we have?

Speaker 2 (17:08):
Like, how much have you eaten so far? You're supping
to say when you're done with once we can hit
the bell.

Speaker 5 (17:12):
I'm just eating. There's fifty in this box right now.

Speaker 1 (17:15):
We're familiar. I'm about fourth fourth thing.

Speaker 4 (17:17):
Oh gosh, if there's so much shrimp in there is
a lot.

Speaker 5 (17:22):
But you know what, I didn't eat dinner last night.
I did need breakfast to day nothing.

Speaker 1 (17:27):
You purposefully gave yourself a fast so you can eat
more shrimp.

Speaker 5 (17:31):
That's what professional eaters.

Speaker 6 (17:33):

Speaker 3 (17:33):
I did the same thing that with my walk. I
did the same thing. It didn't matter, it didn't.

Speaker 1 (17:36):
Matter, there was no I think this will be easier
though than that.

Speaker 3 (17:39):
I agree with you.

Speaker 1 (17:40):
I think the glock was tough, dude, it was. It
was even gross to watch, Like, this is not that
gross to watch?

Speaker 5 (17:44):
Do you think this is easy?

Speaker 1 (17:46):
No, shrimp easier.

Speaker 5 (17:48):
Than guawk dude, I'm going to die a heart attack.

Speaker 4 (17:50):
I feel like I go glalk over this show.

Speaker 1 (17:53):
The glock was gross.

Speaker 3 (17:54):
I didn't need the rest of the day, and when
I hit the walk it was terrible.

Speaker 5 (17:57):
Uh, I think we're lunch walk screwed up.

Speaker 9 (17:59):
We should have wait Eddy before to smith the shrimp.
A point is he didn't he was He wasn't in
the vibe. Like right now, I'm picturing myself at the beach. Hmm,
how about buy the ocean eating shrimp.

Speaker 3 (18:09):
You know I was in the vibe.

Speaker 1 (18:11):
It's just hey, weight yourself real quick, Eddie. Right now,
we got the scale. He's probably eating twenty or so. Yeah, yeah,
we're here twenty five then okay, here we go.

Speaker 4 (18:21):
You put on a few here, Bill.

Speaker 1 (18:25):
But we're just gonna weg you. It doesn't matter. We're
gonna wait you afterward to see if you put on
weight one night. That's okay, that's muscle mass, right buddy.
Even look a lot. Okay, Eddie is trying to eat
one hundred and eight popcorn shrimp. We're gonna play a song.

Speaker 3 (18:38):
Hey, we hold a shrimp up so we can kind
of see how big they are. Oh, there are a
lot smaller than thought.

Speaker 1 (18:42):
You're a lot of corn shrimp, man, you still feel
good about it?

Speaker 5 (18:44):
Nibving on something?

Speaker 9 (18:45):
Yeah, watching some big smell of shrimp there beginning the ball.

Speaker 1 (18:51):
You keep going buffet and we're gonna play a song
and come back. Eddi's in the process of eating one
hundred and eight popcorn shrimp.

Speaker 5 (18:58):
What is this crap?

Speaker 1 (19:00):
Well, you liked it about seventy shrimp ago. This is stupid,
so Eddie.

Speaker 5 (19:05):
Icy shrimp is messing me up.

Speaker 3 (19:07):

Speaker 5 (19:07):
My nose is stripping.

Speaker 1 (19:08):
But it's not listed as spicy shrimp. That's what the
popcorn shrimp is.

Speaker 7 (19:11):
I feel like I'm being robbed. Some of this is
just a ball of flower, dude, just the ball of flower.
My stomach is about to blow up.

Speaker 1 (19:20):
Eddie has one hundred and eight popcorn shrimp to eat
one hundred and eight dollars. There's a box fifty, a
box fifty in a box eight. Is one of the
boxes completely done? Yes? Boom killed?

Speaker 3 (19:31):
No, I think you're almost done, and any it's a
thing a flower.

Speaker 5 (19:34):
There was no shrimp in it. Yeah, get him another one.

Speaker 3 (19:36):
I want a shrimp.

Speaker 1 (19:37):
No, yeah, yeah, So let's see where are you out
on this fifty.

Speaker 5 (19:41):
Man, I'm almost done with it.

Speaker 1 (19:43):
An you got it?

Speaker 6 (19:44):

Speaker 1 (19:44):
Five? Ten? Oh god?

Speaker 5 (19:48):

Speaker 3 (19:49):
Oh you said almost done?

Speaker 1 (19:50):
How do you feel like?

Speaker 9 (19:52):
Crap? I feel terrible, dude. My stomach is making all
sorts of noisies.

Speaker 1 (19:56):
And what happened at Jimmy Buffett.

Speaker 5 (20:00):

Speaker 9 (20:00):
That's all gone, dude. And I've almost like thrown up
a couple of times. If you throw up, it does
not count.

Speaker 5 (20:07):
What do you mean?

Speaker 1 (20:08):
That's my body reacting? I know, but it's like people
who do get the milk challenge can keep it down.

Speaker 5 (20:13):
Then I gotta take it down quick.

Speaker 3 (20:15):
Oh do you only have twenty two more?

Speaker 5 (20:18):

Speaker 3 (20:18):
Because you have fourteen? Then eight in another box you've
got this.

Speaker 1 (20:20):
You have dipping sauce.

Speaker 5 (20:22):
Yeah, but I'm not doing that. I'm not dipping anything.

Speaker 1 (20:24):
Edi is on a quest one O eight. Let's let's break,
we'll come back. We'll check back in there with Eddie.
He has how many in that box?

Speaker 5 (20:32):
I don't know?

Speaker 1 (20:33):

Speaker 4 (20:33):
And then eight more of than bottle, Like something about
his mental state is not well.

Speaker 9 (20:38):
You break it down like I'm having lookies now, like
I don't know what's happening in my body.

Speaker 1 (20:43):
That shows you what happens over time when you eat
a bunch of stuff that's not good for you, like
your body pretis is mucus?

Speaker 5 (20:49):
Yeah, doing right now this thing. Get this out of here.

Speaker 1 (20:52):
I don't want it any idea. How many is in
that last box? Yeah?

Speaker 5 (20:54):

Speaker 1 (20:55):
Okay, so he's got fifteen total? Okay, quick break, we'll
come back. Can Eddie finished one hundred and night shrimp?
Eddie's eating one hundred and eight popcorn shrimp. He's eating
a hundred as of right now. He has eight to go.
Let's go. Let's got what's up?

Speaker 4 (21:09):
He needs more water?

Speaker 5 (21:10):
Okay, please please? Any water?

Speaker 1 (21:13):
After one hundred shrimp? How do you feel like crap?

Speaker 5 (21:16):

Speaker 9 (21:16):
I feel so full bloated, like I still have like
some in my mouth right now that I don't want
to swallow because now that you told me, if I
throw up it doesn't count, I'm really worried.

Speaker 1 (21:27):
There was a news story guy had one hundred and
eight popcorn trip. Oh my gosh, and now he's got
to do it.

Speaker 4 (21:32):
Okay, but he can throw it like a little later.

Speaker 9 (21:36):
Oh yeah, once it's over, you get your money, yeah, okay,
after you get the.

Speaker 1 (21:40):
Popcorn trip one hundred and eight bucks.

Speaker 5 (21:42):
Abby. All right, I'm opening the last.

Speaker 1 (21:44):
Final eight here. But by the way, we're didn't force
Eddie to do this. He opened his mouth. I was like,
when I can do that?

Speaker 5 (21:48):
It was me.

Speaker 1 (21:49):
It was me, But I didn't know they were gonna
be spicy, dude, They're not spy. That's the natural.

Speaker 5 (21:57):
It's popeye'es. It's it's spicy.

Speaker 4 (21:59):
Natural in the breading, yeah, breading.

Speaker 5 (22:01):
It's like, this isn't just shrimp, man, this is like
the whole.

Speaker 1 (22:06):
Shrimp freaking oil and flour and about it. Jimmy Buffett sponge.
All right here, you guys one, well, you count, I'm
doubling up that hold on when you let us know
when you've got him it. They're down in the throat.
He's sadly singing, No, No, one hundred and two shrimp

as of now, two beings. All right, okay, six to go,
doing one more?

Speaker 5 (22:36):
Oh that's two.

Speaker 1 (22:38):
Well not yet. You didn't swallow them for the count. Yeah,
Eddie is now working on his one hundred and fourth
popcorn shrimp.

Speaker 5 (22:44):
What is the swallowed?

Speaker 4 (22:46):
It is the fruit of the sea.

Speaker 5 (22:50):
Shrimp is the fruit of the sea.

Speaker 1 (22:52):
Once bro, you just finish so hard, go for once. Yeah,
do afair. Yeah, and after you take a shot, you
throw the box down. Yeah, thinks nothing like this.

Speaker 5 (23:00):
There's four boys taking it down. Let's go I won
a two at three I do I don't want to
do that.

Speaker 1 (23:06):
Yeah, it's so gross, so gross.

Speaker 3 (23:09):
Here we go.

Speaker 5 (23:10):
We've gone black four and now.

Speaker 1 (23:15):
You guys say a lot of stuff and then when
you get called on it, it's so stupid.

Speaker 4 (23:17):
So let this be a reminder of how sick you
feel right now.

Speaker 1 (23:20):
But also you'll get one hundred eight dollars.

Speaker 3 (23:22):
That's worth it.

Speaker 5 (23:23):
That's totally worth it.

Speaker 9 (23:24):
Onwing on, dude, I'm telling you, it's all this, It's
not just shrimp.

Speaker 1 (23:28):
And then we're gonna weigh you.

Speaker 3 (23:29):
He was one ninety one point eight.

Speaker 5 (23:32):
I'm done one.

Speaker 4 (23:35):

Speaker 5 (23:36):
No, Yeah, that was the dumbest thing I ever done
in my life.

Speaker 1 (23:40):
You'll be awarded one hundred dollars. I'll penmo you now.
You weighed one ninety one point eight. Eddie, please step
on the scale, dude, I feel like crap.

Speaker 5 (23:53):

Speaker 1 (23:53):
How much is that shrimp?

Speaker 3 (23:54):

Speaker 1 (23:56):
One ninety three points? That is crazy? Where away again
in Margarita? Strap everybody? All right, get y'all Buddy oh Man. Hey, guys,
Bobby here. You know. I want you guys to know

there's a podcast called Movie Mike's Movie Podcast, which is
really freaking good if you love movies, or even you
just like movies. Uh so take a second check it out.
I didn't want to play you this from Movie Mike's
Movie Podcast because I think you'll enjoy this clip and
then maybe you'll go check it out.

Speaker 8 (24:34):
All right, so we are going to build our mount
rushmore of Pixar movies. There are now twenty eight Pixar movies,
with Inside Out to being that twenty eighth one that
just came out over the weekend. The rule is, once
we pick one, it is off the board.

Speaker 10 (24:48):
Got it. We're going like one for one.

Speaker 8 (24:50):
Yeah, we're gonna spin the coin to see who goes first. Ready,
you call it head to tails. Heads and the wheel
is it's spinning.

Speaker 1 (25:00):
It's spinning, it's spinning.

Speaker 8 (25:02):
Where it falls we don't know it is tales. I
go first. I feel like I gotta go with my first.

Speaker 1 (25:10):
Little Oh, I'm in between two.

Speaker 8 (25:14):
Since I'm taking the first pick, I gotta go nineteen
ninety five Toy Story as my number one movie.

Speaker 10 (25:20):
Knew that was gonna be yours.

Speaker 8 (25:21):
When I'm thinking of my Mount Rushmore, I'm also thinking
of the character that's going to go up on the
big Rock statue, and I want to see Woody there.
I want to see it, like just the faces of
all these movies too, So I'm also considering the esthetic.

Speaker 1 (25:34):
I'm big on aesthetic.

Speaker 10 (25:35):
I'm going just movie preference.

Speaker 8 (25:37):
Just purely on the enjoyment of the film, and the
rock people can make it look good.

Speaker 1 (25:41):
All right, you have the second pick. What are you
going with?

Speaker 6 (25:44):
This will come as no surprise to you. I am
going with a classic. He touched the button.

Speaker 8 (25:49):
Finding Nemo, that's a big one. Finding Nemo is off
the board. I gotta take it off my list, So
I don't pick it from two thousand and three and
is a strong first pick, and we'll do back to me.
Do I want to stick in the nineties? Do I
want to move into something? You know? I'm gonna have
to go with one that is personal to me because

when I look at movies, it wasn't until really the
twenty tens where I started to see some representation being
a Mexican American. So I'm gonna go with twenty seventeen.

Speaker 6 (26:20):
Coco also knew that was gonna make your list. Yeah,
you just referenced it the other day.

Speaker 1 (26:24):
Yeah, what were we talking about.

Speaker 10 (26:25):
I feel like we're talking about like sad movie songs.

Speaker 1 (26:27):
And started thinking remember me.

Speaker 8 (26:29):
And it was because whenever I watched that movie with
my mom, she like loved it so much, and I
think that was the first time for her ever seeing
a movie of that caliber that also represented our culture.
And I think that's huge for kids, and I love
that Pixar has always pushed that boundary. So that is
my number two on my Mount rushmore So I have
Woody and then I have me Gale right next to him.

Speaker 1 (26:51):
What's your pick?

Speaker 6 (26:52):
I would like to see Mike Wskowski Monsters inc.

Speaker 8 (26:55):
You're going heavy in the two thousands. I think we're
seeing a difference in our age, just the little bit.
Because I was born in ninety one.

Speaker 10 (27:02):
There's only a few in the nineties though.

Speaker 8 (27:04):
Yeah, I guess they Yeah, I guess. Toy Story was
the first Pixar movie.

Speaker 10 (27:07):
In ninety three in the nineties, but I.

Speaker 8 (27:09):
Still like, I still I grab onto those more so
than the two thousands because when those are huge, I
was still a very.

Speaker 10 (27:15):
You just twenty seventeen movie.

Speaker 8 (27:18):
True, and you're judging me for picking. But I decided
to hop to that one because I if I didn't
get that one on my Mount Rushmore, I would be
bummed out. So I thought by taking that one and
then working my way back, I could still pick up
some of my favorites in the later rounds.

Speaker 1 (27:31):
It's also strategy in this.

Speaker 6 (27:32):
But yes, I was seven when Monsters Inc. Came out
and then nine when Finding Nemo came out.

Speaker 8 (27:39):
We'll take it off my list, all right, All right?
Back to me, got Toy Story, I got Coco. Mmm,
some big ones still left on the board. What do
I want to go with? Do I want to go
with a little bit more fun, a little bit more emotional?
I also have to kind of split up my you know,
I'm going to go back to the nineties. Since I
was talking about it the one I wanted to pick up,

I'm going with the Bugs Life from ninety eight.

Speaker 1 (28:02):
Dang it to get that that was my next one.

Speaker 10 (28:04):
I didn't want to give it away that I was
going back to the nineties.

Speaker 8 (28:07):
Oh, Toy Story and A Bugs Life were such a
big part of my childhood. And A Bugs Life I
feel doesn't really get talked about enough as.

Speaker 10 (28:15):
Far as you're the po po plotter.

Speaker 8 (28:17):
It's so good, like all the carriers in a bug's life.
And also, this is the story of Flick of it
was inspiring now because he was always trying to be
so innovative and do things differently, and it was a
commentary on people just wanting to do the same old thing.
And it's because of Flick that they were able to
survive and beat the grasshoppers. And that's a funny movie.
I rewatched it whenever it got added to Disney Plus,

and that reminded me that they remastered a lot of
them that was recently, right, Yeah, that was pretty recently.
I fell asleep to you watching and I was like,
this movie.

Speaker 1 (28:47):
Looks so much better now.

Speaker 8 (28:49):
They did the high deaf treatment, so it's so much brighter,
and it almost felt like I was rewatching it for
the first time.

Speaker 10 (28:55):
So, madam you, I'm crossing it off my list.

Speaker 8 (28:57):
Oh, mine is like a good I feel good about it.
I mean, yours is really solid so far. But what
is your pick for number three?

Speaker 10 (29:03):
The Incredibles?

Speaker 8 (29:04):
Ah, that's a good. That one's gonna be my fourth.

Speaker 10 (29:07):

Speaker 8 (29:07):
I wanted to get that one. All right, you're still
in the two thousand. So my final pick, all right,
do I want to I want to go on Emotion here,
and there are two movies that come to mind when
I think of Emotion I what I feel is a
little bit too recent. So I'm gonna go as my
fourth pick on my Mount Rushmore m Has that really
Mount Rushmore worthy?

Speaker 1 (29:28):
I don't know that that one is.

Speaker 8 (29:30):
And I don't want to pick two from the same
franchise because I feel like that's just not the best
representation of Pixar. So I'm gonna go with I'm going
with up.

Speaker 10 (29:38):
Dang it, you knew you were picking my last one.

Speaker 1 (29:41):
I didn't know how am I supposed to know?

Speaker 6 (29:43):
You knew because you know me, and you know which
Pixar movies I like, and.

Speaker 1 (29:47):
You know I don't. I was going purely based on me.

Speaker 8 (29:50):
You knew I go back all of these.

Speaker 1 (29:53):
I had.

Speaker 8 (29:53):
I relate back to watching them with my mom. I
went to go see it for.

Speaker 10 (29:57):
The first time, two movies from me.

Speaker 8 (29:59):
My brother and I went to go see it in
three D, and then we took my mom again, and
I just remember that experience of seeing my mom reacted.
The opening scene was so good, and for every movie
on this list, it has the strongest opening memorable characters.
Big Fun Adventure in two thousand and nine is one
of my favorite years ever. So I had to go
with up so I could see Carl Frederickson's face up

there or Russell. I mean, there's so many great characters
in that ca.

Speaker 10 (30:23):
Well, I'm gonna go the other one that I know
you didn't which one inside out?

Speaker 1 (30:27):
You just watched this one?

Speaker 10 (30:29):
Yeah, but I don't.

Speaker 6 (30:30):
I honestly don't like any of these enough to put
them on my mount Rushmore like I don't want to
go a sequel. Like if I was gonna pick a
Toy Story, it was gonna be the original.

Speaker 8 (30:38):
I was either gonna go Toy Story one or Toy
Story three.

Speaker 10 (30:41):
I don't want to go a sequel.

Speaker 6 (30:42):
Cars meh rat a twoy, cute little rat, but like, eh,
Wally absolutely not goes on the dumpster fire for me,
absolute trash dumpster fire.

Speaker 8 (30:54):
It tears me up inside that you dislike Wally so much.

Speaker 6 (30:57):
And then I didn't really watch a lot of the
like twenty teens, because I was in college and didn't
go home as much to see my little brothers, and
then I feel like.

Speaker 10 (31:06):
I started watching more when.

Speaker 6 (31:08):
We started dating, but there were none that I want.
Incredibles two was already six years ago.

Speaker 8 (31:13):
Wow, that still feels brand new to me.

Speaker 10 (31:15):
Time flies when you're in existential dread.

Speaker 8 (31:18):
So we'll recap our mountains.

Speaker 10 (31:20):
Started talking about my decision.

Speaker 8 (31:22):
Well, we can still go into it, just so everybody
knows our picks. I have Toy Story, Coco A Bugs,
Life and Up, and you have besides the glare you're
giving me right now.

Speaker 10 (31:32):
I have Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc. The Incredibles and Inside Out.

Speaker 1 (31:37):
Bobby Bone Showhead.

Speaker 3 (31:39):
Sorry up to day.

Speaker 1 (31:41):
This story comes us from Las Vegas, Nevada. A man
was wanting to show off his new cyber truck. Oh
look at me, I gotta Tesla cyber truck. Look how
fast it is? So he films a video of him
in the neighborhood going eighty five miles an hour in
a thirty five mile hour zone, and he takes one finger.

Speaker 3 (32:00):
And does like you turns us, look at how awesome
that it is?

Speaker 1 (32:03):
You one finger? Look at how awesome that is? That
is cool? Wow exactly, That's what he was trying to
show all the features. I want to see that video.
Go ahead. He put it on YouTube, Yeah, I need
to search you what is it?

Speaker 3 (32:14):
And people are like, hey, idiot, that's illegal.

Speaker 2 (32:16):
So police started looking into it and he took it down,
but of course people got it back, put it on Reddit,
and now police are investigating looking for the guy snitches.

Speaker 7 (32:23):
Can you really get arrested for something you put on YouTube?
Like speeding? Now I'm not saying like a real murderer,
but like speeding.

Speaker 1 (32:29):
And murder on YouTube, you know what I mean? Like
you did something like that? Yes, yeah, sure, I get that.
It feels like a bit of a waste of time
if somebody speeds and nobody gets hurt to send the
police to investigate it. And it's like, eight, I agree
with you, Like you shouldn't do it. You also shouldn't
post it because yeah, you get in trouble. That's dumb.
But it almost feels like a wasted time and resources

and tax payer money. Like right now they're investigated, they're
looking for him. Yeah, like why like they probably have
him now. He's easy to find in that Tesla truck.

Speaker 5 (32:58):
Yeah yeah, but who know?

Speaker 1 (32:59):
You can do it woo with your finger that's pretty cool.
That's all right, good job.

Speaker 3 (33:03):
I'm much box. That's your bonehead story of the day.

Speaker 1 (33:07):
Eddie's still in a boot. He's still hobbling around. Yeah,
that's terrible. Okay, what's up when you get nothing off?

Speaker 7 (33:14):
I have an appointment on the nineteenth, and that's kind
of when they tell me what the update is. Dude,
I'm telling you at this point is that tomorrow. Isn't
it tomorrow? When is it Wednesday? I got it coming up,
and then they'll tell me if I need the boot
or I can get rid of the boot. I mean,
I could kind of walk on a little bit, but
I don't want to risk it because basically, at this
point it's healing. The bone is healing in place, and
if I knock it out of place, I'm gona.

Speaker 1 (33:35):
Try you back, like, oh man, hey, the.

Speaker 7 (33:38):
Doctor said, if I knock it out of place, we're
talking screws, surgery and screws, and I don't want that.

Speaker 1 (33:43):
Do you feel like people have been accommodating to you?

Speaker 6 (33:45):

Speaker 7 (33:46):
No, people are extremely disrespectful to the handicap in this world.
And I didn't realize that until I got a boot.
Like the other day, I don't know that you would
be listen. The other day, I was walking upstairs and
there were a group of people walking with me. Right,
what do I need? I need the rail when I
walk upstairs. All these people were like, no, bro, you're
in a boot. Yeah, I need support. I have to

walk sideways up a staircase. And people were like.

Speaker 3 (34:10):
Oh, leg sideways, yeah, you face the Yeah, I have to.

Speaker 1 (34:14):
I have to walk it sideways.

Speaker 7 (34:16):
So like you got to point your feet one way,
and then people you can.

Speaker 1 (34:19):
I can hear people going.

Speaker 7 (34:20):
Like, oh my gosh, this guy's so slow. Like, I'm
I'm in a boot, guys, my foot's broken. And then
the other day I was trying to walk in a store.
I saw a guy he held the door open. I'm like, oh,
he's holding the door for me. So I start kind
of walking a little faster as fast as I can,
and they just gave up on me slammed the door
around my face.

Speaker 1 (34:37):
Because you were too slow.

Speaker 5 (34:38):
I guess. I'm like, can't you see I'm trying to
get there.

Speaker 1 (34:42):
Well, maybe that's perspective for you once you get the
boot off, to be looking around for other people that
you can help.

Speaker 7 (34:47):
Oh, it's God telling me like, hey, now you need
to be respectful to.

Speaker 1 (34:51):
The handicap exactly, but you're not handicapped.

Speaker 5 (34:54):

Speaker 7 (34:54):
If I'm having a hard time getting somewhere, I'm handicapped.

Speaker 1 (34:57):
Okay, Uh, that's it. We're done. Okay, thank you all,
hope you have a great day. We'll see you tomorrow.
By everybody, Bobby Boles
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