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June 19, 2024 45 mins

Find out if Lunchbox thinks he is the most famous person on the show and which celebrities he thinks have fallen off his Top 25 Most Famous People In Nashville list. Plus, we play the Bobbyfeud: Top 10 Jim Carrey movies edition, can you guess the number one answer?

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Mom transmitting, welcome to Wednesday Show Morning Studio.

Speaker 2 (00:12):

Speaker 3 (00:12):
You know we talked about where we fell in the
siblings list. I'm the oldest.

Speaker 4 (00:16):
I have a sister, and then I have like a
half brother, and like, I don't know I got I
had little seeds that were planted from those people who
knows where.

Speaker 3 (00:24):
But I'm the oldest as far as I know.

Speaker 5 (00:26):
Amy, you are the youngest of half siblings and a
full sister.

Speaker 6 (00:30):
You are the middle lunchbotty, I'm the youngest of an
older brother, older sister.

Speaker 3 (00:36):
Middle two, youngest, me oldest. So here we go.

Speaker 4 (00:41):
One study found that firstborn children tend to be more
intelligent than younger siblings.

Speaker 3 (00:46):
Another study said as.

Speaker 4 (00:47):
Early as age one, latterer born children scored lower on
cognitive assessments than their siblings. The reason behind this mothers
take more risks during pregnancy for latter born children.

Speaker 3 (00:58):
Yeah it's like they want a cigarette. Smart, Like they
don't care as much. Like they're not take Yeah how
about this? The young the second, third, fourth, fifth kids
are dumber because the parents don't care as much. Yeah,
hey you want to drink. Yeah, well i'm pregnant, give
me a third already one beer is not going to
hurt it. Right, have been pregnant four times I have
a beer.

Speaker 7 (01:15):
I think it'd proven one beer doesn't wow hurt.

Speaker 3 (01:18):

Speaker 4 (01:18):
Mothers are less likely to breastfeed ladder born children, even
if they breast fed earlier born children. Mothers are less
likely to provide cognitive stimulation for ladder born children. Broad
shifts and parental behavior from first to laderborn children is
a plausible explanation for why first born are smarter than
the later born.

Speaker 5 (01:37):
So, I mean, I would imagine moms like when you
every time you add a kid to the mix, that's
the more tired you are, the less energy you have.

Speaker 7 (01:44):
That's true to like certain needs being met.

Speaker 5 (01:47):
And then sometimes two the older siblings will do stuff
for the younger babies, so then they may not be
exercising that as much because I don't know. With my
sister's four kids, her youngest he was speaking later because
the older siblings would sort of speak for him at times,
you know, like whatever he needed they would just help,
and there was more hands. And so I think that's
my wold I hope happened with me.

Speaker 4 (02:10):
Also, like I know I have friends have multiple kids.
That's second third kid then, know I was worrying about
because they're like, oh, he's fine, hit his head, it's fine,
he'll bounce back.

Speaker 3 (02:18):
Yeah, accurate that first Yeah, they're made.

Speaker 5 (02:22):
But it's like, really, we hit our head and we
needed help.

Speaker 6 (02:24):
Yes, I mean the third kid put up baby gates
like I mean we were own. Yeah, like we used
to put baby gates up and lock all the cabinets
with locks. Third kid were like, man, we ain't putting
up a baby gate, and that's why he rolled down
the stairs.

Speaker 3 (02:36):
And that may be why he's not.

Speaker 6 (02:39):
Yeah, maybe, but it's just like you're not even scared.
Like we're walking down the street the other day and
the two year old's way ahead and I'm like, he's two,
he'll stop at the stop sign.

Speaker 3 (02:47):
Did he stop?

Speaker 2 (02:48):

Speaker 6 (02:48):
But you just think, oh, with the first natural selection,
the first one, you would have been up there like no, no, no, no,
go do go.

Speaker 8 (02:54):
Third one like, oh he's good, So Bobby, that's why
you're the smartest.

Speaker 3 (02:57):
I'm the second smartest in these two are just.

Speaker 4 (03:02):
Actually no, the test said that Amy and Eddie had dyslexia.
Wasn't an intelligence thing. Oh that's right, Yeah, that's a
different test. And I would also say if you're by
your if you're the firstborn, you figure having to figure
outuff by yourself too.

Speaker 3 (03:12):
You're to help you.

Speaker 6 (03:13):
I don't know if that studies accurate because my brother
is definitely not the smartest one school.

Speaker 5 (03:21):
Yeah, but my brother's oldest and he's like definitely the
smartest one.

Speaker 3 (03:26):
I wanted to bring that to the table here, charl
this morning. You know I need a little feel good.
That made me feel good. Let's open up the mail.

Speaker 5 (03:33):
Bag, game mail and reading all their get something we
call Bobby's mail bag.

Speaker 4 (03:40):
Yeah, hello, Bobby Bones. My father with whom I did
not get along, just died. My mom just asked me
to give the eulogy at his funeral. Mom didn't know
about all the animosity between us because they had divorced
and she remarried the last she knew we were close,
which we were until my mid teens when it all
went bad. I'm an only child, so there are literally

few other choices to deliver the eulogy that makes sense.
How would you handle this signed a strange daughter with
a dead dad. I wouldn't do it.

Speaker 3 (04:13):
I just want to do it. If you don't feel
comfortable doing it. Do not do it.

Speaker 4 (04:18):
No one's going to be at the funeral and go
I can't believe a strange daughter is not giving a eulogy.
No one's gonna notice who's not giving the eulogy. What
they will notice is somebody who's giving the eulogy and
using a lot of very safe words that devote no
emotion or a greater understanding of the person. There's a

disconnect there because you want to fake it and you
won't be able to really just do not do it.

Speaker 3 (04:47):
From my own personal mental health, I don't feel comfortable
giving a eulogy, and your mom should respect that.

Speaker 4 (04:53):
And if she doesn't, that's okay that she doesn't, but
you don't have to do it. I would not do it,
and I think that's enough. You don't need any other excuse.
You don't even need to explain to her why. You
just be like, I don't want to do it.

Speaker 5 (05:03):
Oh yeah, I definitely probably wouldn't pile it on right
now if she's grieving, and then knowing like, if she's
unaware of your situation, you don't need to add that
into the mix.

Speaker 7 (05:10):
But just saying that's not something you feel comfortable with.

Speaker 5 (05:14):
And I'm sure someone else will be able to step forward.

Speaker 3 (05:17):
You can.

Speaker 4 (05:18):
This is a boundary that you can draw that line. Nope,
don't want to do it, and then she should respect it.
And if she doesn't, that's also okay. But I would
not do it. We support you in not doing it.
But it doesn't matter the situation. If you didn't want
to do it, we support you in not doing it.
Doesn't have to be in a strange father. It can
be you don't think you can get up there and
talk without crying the whole time. You just don't want
to do it, you know, feel comfortable doing it.

Speaker 7 (05:37):
That's a good point.

Speaker 5 (05:37):
You could have had the most amazing relationship with your
dad but still not want to do it and have to,
you know, feel like you're letting your mom down.

Speaker 3 (05:44):
But we support you. Don't do it if you don't
want to do it.

Speaker 9 (05:47):
We got your gammail and we read it on your
Now it's found to clothe Bobby failed.

Speaker 3 (05:53):
That damn on the phone is Audrey.

Speaker 10 (05:57):
I was just calling because I was listening to the
Bobby Bump Show podcast, specifically the Best Fits with Morgan
number two, and I was hearing the recap from Lunchbox
talking about him going to Atlanta and how he was
super famous there and everybody knew him. And then I

was thinking about how he talks about how he's one
of the most famous people in Nashville, and I was
just wondering if he thinks that he is more famous
than you or kind of his ranking with that there
in the people that are in the studio.

Speaker 3 (06:36):
Solid question, Lunchbox does think he's one of the top
twenty five most famous people in Nashville slash country music.
He read us this list once, I forget where he
was in the list.

Speaker 7 (06:46):
It fluctuates too though, and he'll admit that.

Speaker 4 (06:48):
Yeah, like new Artists is yeah, but you're still in
the top twenty four. So her first question is in
relation to me, your.

Speaker 6 (06:58):
Thoughts, Yeah, I think on the list that Bobby was
ahead of me, Like I'm really, I don't know that.
It's tough to admit that, and it's hard, uh ego wise,
but sometimes the facts are in the pudding, and you
had you had to admit the truth. And I mean,
he has done a few more things than me, and
so his star is a little bit brighter than mine.

Speaker 3 (07:19):
Not a chance, excuse me, not a chance A chance
that what she's more famous than me. But she's done
a movie.

Speaker 6 (07:24):
Yeah, that's fine. No one knows that movie. I've done
a play.

Speaker 3 (07:29):
You did. You got your line taken from you? I
was in it. You were on the motorcycle, that's right.

Speaker 4 (07:33):
But there were what two hundred people in the crowd.
There have been I've been like to watch that movie.

Speaker 3 (07:37):
I don't know. Do you think if both of you
went out and stood on a corner more people and
people would know you than her? Yeah?

Speaker 6 (07:43):
I mean I was standing in front of the station
the other day and some guy just walking with his chick.
She was a hottie, and he was like, Yo, you're
the m v P. And I was like, thanks, man,
I didn't know he was.

Speaker 3 (07:52):
That's all he said, you're the m VP. Like that
was the whole conversation. I just kept walking with a battye.
Yeah I was hoty.

Speaker 5 (07:58):
Okay, Well, yeah, I don't doesn't bother me though, I
have no idea.

Speaker 3 (08:03):
No, you know, you know what?

Speaker 6 (08:05):
But I'm more famous.

Speaker 7 (08:06):
No, I don't know.

Speaker 5 (08:07):
I don't really spend time thinking about this lunchbox.

Speaker 2 (08:11):
I don't either.

Speaker 3 (08:11):
Ammy. Weren't you on at your sister's show? Did they
not want Lunchbox. Now, I was gonna be a segment
and then they're going to be Yet they pivoted just
Instagram followers. Amy has six hundred and thirty two.

Speaker 4 (08:22):
Thousand, Lunchbox has three hundred and seven. So that would
be Amy's double famous the Lunchbox.

Speaker 6 (08:29):
Yeah, I'm just not as active. That's my problem. I
need to be more active on there. She puts up
a lot of content.

Speaker 3 (08:35):
You don't find pennies on the on the floor anymore.

Speaker 2 (08:37):
I knew that was all.

Speaker 3 (08:38):
That was all your story pretty much.

Speaker 8 (08:40):
And then he would run and say one step at
a time like that was for a little bit.

Speaker 3 (08:43):
That was his thing.

Speaker 4 (08:44):
People like that in like midy year, like July whatever,
that mid day of the whole. You should give us
your new list again in order we have plenty of time.

Speaker 6 (08:52):
Oh yeah, I had to look at I had to
do some research because I haven't really been paying attention
to some country artists. They've been slipping.

Speaker 3 (08:57):
They've been slipped in your mind. I don't know that
I'm saying, well, Jake going slipped. He ain't.

Speaker 2 (09:03):
He ended nothing struggling.

Speaker 3 (09:05):
He is struggling. But he just did a huge concert
with pay per view, like Paul McCartney and yeah, Jimmy Buffett.
Yeah he put out a line record. No one heard
about it. Now is a big deal.

Speaker 4 (09:14):
That's your mind goes to Jake. Like when you see
Jake walking down the road, you run streaming at him
like a fan.

Speaker 5 (09:18):

Speaker 6 (09:18):
No, But as I'm worried he's slipping, like I haven't
seen him. I haven't seen him out in public in
a while, so I'm wondering if he's.

Speaker 3 (09:24):
Looking on a new project. Probably maybe, Yeah, that's good.
He's grinding, okay, like to hear that. Anybody else you
think you're slipped? Probably Luke Bryan, you think he's I
think he's just naming an artist at this point. I
think he's even famous artists that he can think of.

Speaker 2 (09:36):
No, Luke Brian slipped.

Speaker 3 (09:37):
Slipped, dude, I don't say not slipped at all. Where's
his music? I think he did? He just put something out?
Are you just putting something out? Exactly? No one knows
because he's been slipping. He's still an.

Speaker 7 (09:47):
American recently he does American Idol.

Speaker 3 (09:50):
What else? Give me one more?

Speaker 2 (09:53):
Carrie hadn't been around in a minute.

Speaker 3 (09:55):
He's picking the most famous people because its all he
can think of Carry Underwood. Has she been slipping? No,
like with any of those, there's no slip. But they're
already famous and they're already like.

Speaker 2 (10:08):
So they don't slip. Like you don't get less famous, don't.

Speaker 3 (10:11):
Do anything like if Tom Hanks stopped making movies, is
enshrined into his spot correct.

Speaker 5 (10:16):
The type of shows she's doing in Vegas, we're selling
you don't do that unless you're famous.

Speaker 6 (10:21):
That's weird because Cuba Gooding Junior was winning Academy Awards.

Speaker 3 (10:25):
Where's he? But he was, but he didn't have such
he didn't have such a body of work that made
him famous forever, and he did something wrong. He I
think he's like lumped into some stafvage. Okay, we'll chake it.

Speaker 4 (10:34):
Back to slip for your list. Audrey thinks Lohan she slipped, Yeah,
but she had other struggles.

Speaker 3 (10:40):
But there's what I'm saying. Eddie's like, oh stopping.

Speaker 5 (10:45):
Actually, Lindsay Lohan's got some good Netflix movies out like
in the last.

Speaker 4 (10:48):
Few Audrey, thank you for bringing this up, and we'll
get his new list coming up in the next exactly
halfway through the year.

Speaker 10 (10:55):
Okay, have a great day.

Speaker 2 (10:58):
It's time for the good news.

Speaker 5 (11:04):
So tomorrow is the official start to summer. I know
it already feels that way, but it's June twentieth, and
that's also the longest day of the year with the
most sunlight.

Speaker 3 (11:14):
Called like the summer solstice, ding ding ding.

Speaker 5 (11:17):
Yeah, so there's nine hundred minutes of sunlight. And what
Kroger is going to be doing during those nine hundred minutes?
Is there going to be giving away free pints of
ice cream?

Speaker 7 (11:27):
If you want to.

Speaker 5 (11:27):
Apply for one, you just go to Kroger's website. You
can get them in store.

Speaker 3 (11:31):
You get a little kip one that's awesome and that
I'll go for. I don't even go grocery store. About
why you're there.

Speaker 4 (11:36):
Yeah, unless it's like a weekend and she's like, you
have to go to the I don't like going to
the grocery store. If she tells me to go pick
up something, I'll stop at the gas station. But for
free ice cream, I'm there.

Speaker 5 (11:46):
Yeah, and you don't. You don't even have to go
in store. It says that they're going to do it
for pickup orders and delivery.

Speaker 4 (11:51):
Orders to ice creams tricky though getting a delivered melt
oh yeah. Sometimes sometimes Yeah, unless it's coming directly from
the ice cream place, because then you and I've done this,
trust me, you risk if you say I want ice
cream in an order, they pick it up like third
or fourth out of twelfth of the twelve things they
have to get if it's you know, in the path,
and then they got to check out. And then hopefully

you're their first off, because sometimes you're not. And by
the time you get it, you got soup. You got
vanilla soup. But that's pretty cool. The quiker's doing them.
Dang all right, that's what it's all about.

Speaker 2 (12:22):
That was telling me something good.

Speaker 3 (12:26):
Some people are messed up. What's wrong with people?

Speaker 2 (12:28):
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 3 (12:29):
Here's my story. The former mayor of Rio Dejoneiro joined
a zoom call while sitting on the toilet, and I
don't think he knew you could see, Oh he's on
the toilet.

Speaker 7 (12:42):
Yeah, you have to.

Speaker 3 (12:45):
Do on the toilet.

Speaker 4 (12:46):
Yeah, So this guy's three time mayor of Rio was
caught squatting on the toilet during an online city hall
meeting because he don't wary evolved as they started doing
the council business and everybody's heads. I just don't think
he thought his head was on the screen and he
like was talking and he tilts and then you'd see

him like elbows on knees.

Speaker 3 (13:10):
Oh, oh my goodness. And then he was like, oh god,
I'm on on camera. He picks his phone out of that.
It is so embarrassed.

Speaker 7 (13:16):
I mean, I don't know.

Speaker 3 (13:18):
And a little bit because he's like seventy, you're like, okay,
old people in five but if you don't have to
a zoom on the toilet, you should know how to
turn the camera off.

Speaker 6 (13:24):

Speaker 3 (13:24):
Then it was tough for him to struggle to get
through with the business. Apparently, what's wrong with people?

Speaker 5 (13:31):
Fifty three year old man in Vegas. His name's Donald Alone,
and he tried to rob a bank recently, but instead
of passing a paper note to the teller, he had
a pre written note on an iPad and he slid it.

Speaker 3 (13:43):
Didn't he slid an iPad into rob Yeah, like.

Speaker 5 (13:46):
Showed it it said the iPad pre written note said
give me large bills only, don't try anything and don't
give any trackers or die packs.

Speaker 7 (13:54):
Well, the teller activated the.

Speaker 5 (13:55):
Silent alarm and then another worker like approached and he
ran off, but then the next day he tried the
same thing with a iPad in another note, like and
they busted him, and now he's in trouble.

Speaker 4 (14:08):
We just to hold the iPad up and don't pass it.
Just let read it, right, I hold it up. Otherwise
they get the iPad, they call your wife FaceTime.

Speaker 10 (14:15):
You know.

Speaker 5 (14:16):
And on his new note he said, I'm heavily armed.
Don't move and don't be suspicious, act like nothing is
going on.

Speaker 7 (14:25):
The teller handed over new.

Speaker 5 (14:28):
Anyway, he's charged with robbery, burglary, attended robbery, and they
confiscated his iPad.

Speaker 4 (14:32):
Well, and also too, they're gonna be able to track
where the iPad's been all the banks.

Speaker 5 (14:36):
It's like his maps how he walked through like everything did.

Speaker 3 (14:42):
Did get if he's paper and a pen man? Okay again,
what's all the people? People? Lunchbox?

Speaker 6 (14:47):
A fifty year old woman was at a Mexican restaurant
down in Mississippi, enjoying some chips and salsa when a
couple of tables over there was a baby where where Well,
this lady got a little angry. Shut your baby be off,
Shut your baby up. Why do you bring a blake
and baby to a blank and restaurant. Then she punched

the mom in the face.

Speaker 3 (15:08):
Oh my goodness, how loud was that baby? I'm probably loud,
but I mean not loud enough for but I would
This is my thought.

Speaker 4 (15:16):
First of all, that's I think as a she probably
wasn't a parent then, right, I think as a parent
you understand.

Speaker 3 (15:21):
Or not at that point.

Speaker 4 (15:22):
But then, but if you just keep a baby screaming
the whole time and you don't take the baby out
of the restaurant, if you don't, you get annoyed to
the parents in I'm not saying the punch of the
face should have happened.

Speaker 7 (15:32):
Oh no, parents should step outside.

Speaker 3 (15:33):
Yes, it's not free, cry as loud as they want
for as long as they want, right.

Speaker 7 (15:37):
As parents, absolutely no. If to people that do that,
I don't understand. They have no awareness of what's happening.

Speaker 3 (15:43):
On an airplane, that's different. You can't walk out out
of the airplane without falling to your death, correct, But
at a restaurant you can, whatever the situation is, remove
whatever for a bit to try to start over, calm down.
Let's say the mom didn't pull the baby and one
was like, hey, what's the up. Baby won't keep and
then that's in.

Speaker 4 (16:03):
The mom then mouthed back it said something possibly sexist.

Speaker 3 (16:07):
A racist. I don't have been anything. We don't know
what about that punch? Now, do you feel different about it?
Maybe a little bit, maybe maybe a little bit.

Speaker 6 (16:15):
But this story only talks about what the woman said.

Speaker 4 (16:18):
I made up a lot of that. But if she
doesn't pull the baby, is it the people? Can they
be mad in the restaurant?

Speaker 3 (16:24):
Is I guess? Is my question?

Speaker 4 (16:25):
If the baby just keeps on screaming and the mom
never leaves with it for ten minutes, doesn't walk out,
is it okay for people to get mad and say
something in the restaurant.

Speaker 5 (16:37):
I'm not going to but I guess I'm not going
to be annoyed if someone maybe goes to the manager
and says something like, but that's.

Speaker 3 (16:43):
Not going to the manager. You're saying you shut your baby.

Speaker 7 (16:47):
I just wouldn't do that.

Speaker 3 (16:48):
And I bet it didn't start there.

Speaker 4 (16:48):
I bet it was like, hey, your baby, can you
go outside with the baby?

Speaker 3 (16:52):
And then what do you mean go outside? You got
a problem my baby? And then it probably happens from you. Yes, yes,
I do so. At what point though, because I think
we all want to give great to a crying baby. Yeah,
we can't control that, but you can't control after a
long time getting it out for a bit.

Speaker 6 (17:05):
You never made that A mom is sitting there trying
to get it to for sure.

Speaker 3 (17:08):
But then you can walk out.

Speaker 8 (17:10):
Look, you can get upset, and you may ruin your experience.
But when once you get up and yell at the mom,
you've lost it.

Speaker 3 (17:17):
Are you hurried? But unless the mom has purposefully ignored,
has made everybody's experience miserable. Yeah, but Eddie, look how
I raped this lady so mad that her face is
like which I think can't just happen from a baby
crying for a minute.

Speaker 5 (17:30):
You know what would be beautiful is if you see
that this family clearly is that they're having a moment,
their baby won't start crying. You go up and say, hey,
do you mind if I take the baby outside?

Speaker 3 (17:39):
And outside?

Speaker 5 (17:45):
No, turn it into like it tell me something good,
of like strangers coming together to soothe the baby.

Speaker 4 (17:50):
I'm watching the woman get really mad in the video.
I'm just thinking this had to be a lot of
crying and a lot of neglect from the parent to
even address it, because nobody gets mad unless start liking
what's wrong with people? For sure, nobody gets mad from
just a crying baby for a minute, because babies cry.

Speaker 3 (18:04):
You can't control that, Yeah, but I will for the
sake of the story. Goes what's wrong with people?

Speaker 2 (18:08):
What's wrong with people?

Speaker 3 (18:10):
But like three minutes, Max, and let's get the baby
out for a little bit.

Speaker 5 (18:14):
Now you're having me like go back through all those
stories that we're sharing. I'm like, oh, what if my
guy was robbing banks because his wife has cancer and.

Speaker 7 (18:20):
That's still he's trying to pay for bill? Still illegal though,
I know, but nope, you're kind of like.

Speaker 4 (18:25):
Still illegals still and iPad robbing it all right, Eddie.

Speaker 8 (18:31):
Nine to one one dispatchers in Knoxville, Tennessee got a
call that there was a guy screaming outside of hobby Lobby,
Hobby Lobby, Bobby, And so they show up. There's a
drunk guy. Yeah, he smells like urine. He's shouting and
then he runs into Lows and they're like, well, where's
he going. He goes to the bathroom in Lows. They
knock on the door, get him out of there. He

starts punching, spinning on the cops. He says, who are you?
Tell us your name? He says, my name is Garth Brooks.
Was it Garth Brooks?

Speaker 3 (18:58):

Speaker 8 (18:59):
They identified and they had this app scanned to space.
It wasn't Garth.

Speaker 3 (19:02):
They have an app to scan face.

Speaker 7 (19:03):
Yeah, but don't you know it's not Garth.

Speaker 2 (19:07):
Garth Brooks.

Speaker 7 (19:09):
Okay, I would love to know if there's another guard.

Speaker 3 (19:11):
That's also a good point.

Speaker 8 (19:13):
Also, be garbrook Garth Brooks out there there?

Speaker 5 (19:16):
It does.

Speaker 4 (19:17):
And I wonder if he thought maybe they'll believe I'm
Garth Brooks, right, if I really commit to.

Speaker 3 (19:21):
What's wrong with you? Blame it all on my roots?
John came and listen to this. Is there any chance
Once we were at J. C.

Speaker 4 (19:28):
Penny and we were shopping and they had pulled a
bunch of the clothes out on racks in the middle
of the mall and on the outside of the mall.
It was like clearance, right, So when on the store,
they're like, come check out these racks and we're just
going through looking at the clothes, me and a buddy
of mine, and he picked on him up.

Speaker 3 (19:43):
He didn't walk far off the rack, and they grabbed
him for shoplifting. He wasn't shoplifting. We were just already
out in the middle of the mall and they were
They took him back and he's like, I was six
ft away from the rack. He kept telling them Elvis Presley.
He never told him. His name wasn't Elvis Presles. I
love it.

Speaker 4 (19:56):
They were like, what's your name? Elvis Presley? Sir, we're
gonna have to arrest you. You'll be arresting Elvis Presley.
And he never gave his ID or anything.

Speaker 2 (20:04):
Well, they held him way past them.

Speaker 3 (20:05):
All was closed.

Speaker 4 (20:06):
I just waited, no no face scanners then, and I
waited and I couldn't. You couldn't respond to a text
or anything. It finally came out them all closed at
like nine. It was like nine p forty, and I'm like, bro,
I thought you were going to jail. I got They're
not taking else pressly to jail.

Speaker 3 (20:20):
He told me all story hilarious, wasn't Elvis. You know
what me and my buddy used to do.

Speaker 8 (20:24):
We used to go to like the person we're working there,
and be like, hey, I can't find my friend. Can
you please page him? It's Tom Hanks And they would
get on there and be like, uh yeah.

Speaker 4 (20:33):
They look at you funny though, Yes, but then they
were because what if it is Tom and they go
like Tom Hanks, your friends looking for you in the
men's department, Tom Hanks.

Speaker 3 (20:41):
Okay, what's wrong with people? What's wrong with people?

Speaker 4 (20:46):
It's time to play the Bobby feud on the board.
Here the Top ten Jim Carrey Movies. Nobody Google Anything,
Keep your eyes up. Top ten Jim Carrey Movies. Lunchbox
won the wheelspin during the break. Lunchbox, you go first.

Speaker 6 (21:05):

Speaker 2 (21:06):
Uh, Jim Carrey was in ace Ventura.

Speaker 3 (21:09):
Show me ace Ventura Pet Detective number four answer, give
that. I got four points.

Speaker 4 (21:15):
Jim Carrey Movies ten answers on the board nine left mask,
Show me the Mask, number three answer the mask.

Speaker 3 (21:26):
Wow, those weren't number one too, Huh.

Speaker 6 (21:30):
Give me the Truman Show Show me Truman Joe.

Speaker 3 (21:35):
Number two answer.

Speaker 2 (21:37):
Give me Man on the Moon.

Speaker 3 (21:39):
Show me Man on the Moon. Awsome. No, that is
my favorite movie of all time. Man on the Moon.

Speaker 4 (21:47):
Okay, Lunchbox has nine points. That's a good first round.
We're gonna move on over, Amy.

Speaker 3 (21:57):
No, Eddie, Eddie, Yes, sorry, we're getting We're gonna move
on over Eddie.

Speaker 8 (22:02):
Okay, Okay, Okay, okay, I mean this is the obvious.
It's probably gonna be number one. So give me dumb
and dumber.

Speaker 3 (22:07):
Show me dummy dumber. Yep, give Eddie one point. How
did I forget that? I don't know, lunchbox uh liar liar,
I never saw that me either, but I know he's
in it. Did you see Layer?

Speaker 2 (22:21):
A funny movie?

Speaker 3 (22:23):
Show me liar, Layer number seven?

Speaker 7 (22:29):
I don't know anymore, guys, what else?

Speaker 3 (22:31):

Speaker 4 (22:32):
Well, there's still there's still five left five Eddie, you
have eight points total there are According to ranker dot com,
these are the top ten Jim Carrey movies.

Speaker 3 (22:41):

Speaker 4 (22:41):
Tons of people can get on rank them. No one
more five left Jim Carrey movies. Eddie, Okay, I know
he was in the one of the Almighties. Like there's
Bruce Almighty and Evan Almighty.

Speaker 3 (22:56):
I think he's Bruce. Give me Bruce Almighty. Show me
Bruce Almighty. Yes, number eight answers Bruce all might, Yeah,
I think so. Well, you guys are helping each other out.
Look at you, guys. I'd let somebody else sit on
that one and guess it. But hey, that's not me.

Speaker 7 (23:10):
He's not in it.

Speaker 3 (23:11):
So it didn't mean somebody's not gonna know that, and
I guess it. They keep talking, You guys keep talking,
even Eddie to give options during it. I'm like, man,
I don't pret a good strategy. Hey, but you're in
the lead. What do I know?

Speaker 6 (23:20):

Speaker 3 (23:21):
I don't know anything, do I? You don't know anything? Yeah,
I'm thinking.

Speaker 4 (23:24):
Dumb and dumbers. At one, the Truman shows It, two,
The Mask is at three. Ace fincherre a ped detective
at four, five and six, Still Secret, seven is lar Liar,
eight is Bruce Almighty nine and ten Still open. Best
Jim Carrey Movies Top ten.

Speaker 3 (23:38):
Eddie, go, oh, it just popped in my head. Cable Guy,
Cable Guy, show me the Cable Guy number nine. I've
never saw that one, but I remember him saying, cable guys,
it's like a creepy one. I don't remember it either.
Was it funny? Mike? More of a dark comedy? Really

commercially probably not his biggest, but I remember it. Yeah,
see it was a bomb? Uh three left? This is
getting really hard, Okay.

Speaker 8 (24:12):
I was gonna save this till the end, but I
gotta do it now because it's probably worth the most
give me eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind had left,
show me eternal Sunshine.

Speaker 3 (24:24):
Awesome movie number six, number six, Oh my goodness, And
I got nothing else. I got a punt, give me castaway.
I got another guy castaway.

Speaker 4 (24:37):
That's tom. Okay, I'm not showing any points. You have
to That was all first round numbers. I'm not sure
your points, but I'll get back to you in a second.

Speaker 3 (24:44):
Amy. Uh, dumb and dumber two dumb and dumberrr. Good
good guess was he?

Speaker 7 (24:52):
And that is there that I don't know?

Speaker 3 (24:54):
I think there is that.

Speaker 7 (24:55):
I'd say dumber and dumbest.

Speaker 3 (24:57):
No, I think it's dumb and dumberrr.

Speaker 7 (24:59):
And he's not in it.

Speaker 3 (25:00):
He's got to be. He's not one of his top
Oh yeah, but it didn't make the list anyway, like
talk didn't make the list anyway. Who knows? All right,
Next up, we're going over to Lunchbox. Lunchbox with nine
points go ahead points are doubled. The board says he
has thirty one.

Speaker 8 (25:16):
Oh, that's what the board says.

Speaker 10 (25:19):

Speaker 3 (25:20):
Oh, he's punting. He's punting to round three point big,
go ahead. That's incorrect, Eddie Jim Carrey Movies forrest gout.

Speaker 4 (25:32):
He's punting as well. You could just get them right
and eliminated. Man, I don't have any Oh, so you're
not punting missing anyway. You don't have to punt double points.
You have number ten and you have number five left. Yeah,
you really can't win, but you can get one of them.

Speaker 3 (25:51):
But she doesn't know any anyway.

Speaker 2 (25:57):
Legally blonde, legally blind.

Speaker 3 (26:00):
All right, i'ming the truth for everybody listening. Why they
miss those they want triple points because that he's in
such a lead lunchbox. Let's see ifre strategy pays off.
There are two movies left on the list, Jim Carrey
movies number five and number ten. Hopefully there's number ten.
The mask, he already says it. It's already been asked,
and you got it. You got it like you did it.

You got it at number three. What left? No, No,
you haven't left. You got it in a round one.

Speaker 6 (26:30):
That's why I shouldn't have scratched off my thing.

Speaker 8 (26:32):
Okay, Okay, I think I'm good, Eddie.

Speaker 3 (26:35):
I mean, I don't have anything due. I don't know
what else he's done. So you know, you guys, they're
known movies. I can't think give us a hint. No, no, hint,
I wouldn't be fair. He's never done that any answer. Yeah, yeah,
men in black, men in black amy, you can win

this thing. Oh my goodness, Jim carry movies. Top ten,
there are two left on the board. Triple points.

Speaker 7 (27:04):
Waiting crushers, show me the crashers.

Speaker 2 (27:09):

Speaker 3 (27:09):
At number five, how the Grinch stole Christmas? Oh my god, idiots,
we're so dog Hey, I see him a little Yeah.
And at number ten, me, myself and Irene Love.

Speaker 2 (27:24):
The one is Cameron Dia.

Speaker 6 (27:25):
Isn't that?

Speaker 9 (27:26):

Speaker 7 (27:26):
Who isn't that? Because I kept picturing with Cameron Diaz.

Speaker 3 (27:28):
Oh that's that's the mass the lunch box guest twice. Yeah,
he has triplets? Yeah, which one is me and myself
and Irene? When he's the cop. Yeah, our winner is
all right, let's listen to this voicemail.

Speaker 9 (27:42):
Hey, Bobby, I've got a question for you. I think
it's kind of funny.

Speaker 3 (27:45):
My wife hates my beard.

Speaker 9 (27:47):
She won't let me grow a beard, and that's been
part of my personality for a long time. I got
into aviation when I met her, and so I had
to shave for work, and so I recently got out
of flying, and now I want to grow a big beard,
but my life does not like it.

Speaker 3 (28:00):
This serious? Your opinion? Should I shave?

Speaker 2 (28:02):
Should I grow it?

Speaker 3 (28:03):
Should I do my own thing? How should I approach this?

Speaker 4 (28:05):
It's always risky to do your own thing when you
don't live your own thing life. So I just want
to say that you mean like being married, Yeah, Like
it's a there are your own things you can do,
but to do your own thing that actually affects your
partner that is always a slippery slope, and you only
get a couple.

Speaker 7 (28:20):
Of those, your partner being attracted to you.

Speaker 4 (28:22):
I think she'd probably like the beard. I'm not a
beard guy. I don't like guys and beards. I just
won't find I'm attractive man.

Speaker 7 (28:28):
But there's a beard, Like are we talking?

Speaker 3 (28:29):
Like get the guy sexually, but still I can look
like it, but it's a good looking guy. I don't
like beards on dudes.

Speaker 5 (28:34):
There's like beard that's just you know, sort of short,
and I think that's pretty awesome. And then there's like
the long beards and some women are attracted to that.

Speaker 7 (28:41):
Like what kind of beard are we talking?

Speaker 3 (28:44):
I would say a little scruff is nice, say you're
going to grow to her, I'm gonna go a little scruff.
But then she'd be like, it cuts my face.

Speaker 5 (28:51):
Well, you grow it out long enough to where it
doesn't hurt the face, and.

Speaker 4 (28:54):
Then you say, then we will evaluate then, and if
you hate it, I'm happy to hear that you hate it,
but I would like to do that. I think to go, hey,
I'm gonna go full gand off the great mm hmm
from the start is tough for her to understand or like,
because who wants a big old long beard from somebody
that you didn't like a big old long beard on
I would say, hey, I know you don't like the beard,

but I would like to grow very short. And if
we don't like it, after like a month of growing it,
we can definitely have that conversation.

Speaker 3 (29:21):
But haven't been able to have a beard forever. And
then even if you're really not planning to have the conversation,
at least you get a month to grow it.

Speaker 7 (29:28):
Yeah, try it out. And because we should each want
to do what we want.

Speaker 5 (29:31):
I remember I wanted to chop my hair off, and
when I was married, he did not like my hair
short at all, and so then I grew it back
out long again, but I really liked it.

Speaker 3 (29:38):
Short is someone who's calling you andy for a while
today am.

Speaker 4 (29:43):

Speaker 5 (29:44):
But he also at times wanted to shave his beard.
But I really liked it, and I was like, no, no,
keep the beard.

Speaker 3 (29:48):
So I think it's also like said, it could be
a gift take as well, Yeah, meaning what can you
offer her or what can you allows? Not the word
what can you encourage her to do that maybe she's
always wanted to do that she hasn't done. Yeah, but
if she starts going, if you grow your beard and
grown marpet here do don't grow don't that's over? Don't
drow a beard? Yeah, but I think that's probably the

technique there.

Speaker 2 (30:12):
Everybody agree, Yeah, pile of stories.

Speaker 5 (30:19):
So recent survey revealed it over half of American men
feel the need to tough it out when they don't
feel well. And this pole just revealed that men are
uncomfortable discussing their health because of privacy concerns, embarrassment, or
feeling less manly.

Speaker 3 (30:34):
The first one not really a thing, privacy. Yeah, no,
they probably say that because they don't want to be
less manly. Even answering the pole question, ohcha, and we
rough it out, but we still complain. We camplain more
than I mean, dudes can play more than women big
time when they're sick. We may go to work and
do it.

Speaker 8 (30:53):
I feel like, yeah, we have a lower threshold for
pain than women very much.

Speaker 5 (30:57):
So what about emotional pain though, because the stories win
in that No, non.

Speaker 3 (31:02):
Their emotions don't bother them.

Speaker 5 (31:03):
Because the poll went into that part as well, and
six out of ten men said they feel insecure about
themselves or lonely, but they're not.

Speaker 7 (31:12):
Talking to anyone about it.

Speaker 5 (31:13):
Again back to bed. It's higher than that, Yeah, because
admitting it, But that just that makes me feel sad
for y'all because hopefully you can find someone to talk
to about it or like at least a close friend
or a significant other.

Speaker 4 (31:28):
The reason that men don't is because it's not been
taught that it's been okay, right, it's it's about younger
men may but listen, even our generation, it's not like
we're all crying to our buddies. I think there's been
an introduction of mental health in our life. Like the
two things have been interested in my life, mental health
and digital music.

Speaker 3 (31:46):
Good stuff, all good stuff, good stuff. For sure. We
didn't have those when I was born either, one really
and so yeah, yeah, it's your environment, and if you
feel safe in your environment, you do things, you do
safe things.

Speaker 5 (31:58):
The top thing men are uncomfortable talking about at times.

Speaker 3 (32:01):
Edie, why would men talk about their erect down dysfunction? Like, yeah,
that's not your business. Well no, it's like, how does
that come up anyway? You watch a game? Dude, I
can't get it.

Speaker 7 (32:12):
Yeah, yeah, it's okay.

Speaker 5 (32:14):
I mean you can talk about it with your friends,
because then it might.

Speaker 3 (32:16):
Be like that's not even really a conversation.

Speaker 7 (32:19):
Not for you yet.

Speaker 3 (32:20):
Did you talk to me about that? I wouldn't talk
about that, and that's what's to my doctor. But that
would be like any other medics. Why not though maybe
you should? No, no, you get yeah, go ahead, and
now it's the time, next next whatever this thing is,
next story, all right.

Speaker 5 (32:35):
So this whole article came out about the worst text
message word to receive, like if it's a single word
text and I kind of agree with.

Speaker 3 (32:42):
It, and it's the word let me take, let me
worst text message that I could get single word no,
space hogs lose And then I'm like, I'm trying to
watch it taped. Why'd you ruin it? Now? They lost
and it.

Speaker 5 (32:53):
Has nothing to do with the razorbacks. It's just like
universally a word, I mean.

Speaker 3 (32:58):
No, huh, how about what?

Speaker 9 (33:04):

Speaker 2 (33:05):

Speaker 3 (33:05):
K oh? Just okay, it's tough because that's the time. Yeah,
what is it?

Speaker 7 (33:09):
Sure? No punctuation after it? It's like sure.

Speaker 5 (33:13):
I even feel weird sometimes when I type shirt, Like
sometimes Scoopa will email me about a work thing and
I'll just buy that sure, and I'm like that, I
even feel weird sending sure, but that's what came to me,
So I send it.

Speaker 3 (33:24):
My wife and I you sure in different ways. My
sure means yeah, y'all do that? No problem?

Speaker 2 (33:28):
Like sure?

Speaker 3 (33:29):
Her sure means like what you how you feel about it?
I think everybody's definition of sure is different, so I
can understand why that word would be probably tough to even.

Speaker 5 (33:39):
What's a translation is yeah, the person you wonder, okay,
what are they really feeling?

Speaker 7 (33:43):
Are they mad? Is this passive aggressive lunch of sure?

Speaker 3 (33:45):
That means yeah, I don't really think about that, but
yeah sure that sounds a good idea. Her sure is
like sure, I did have four letters, different meanings. Yeah,
all right?

Speaker 5 (33:54):
Next more than half of Americans wish they were more adventurous.

Speaker 7 (33:57):
And this stood out to me because this is me.

Speaker 3 (33:59):
We're less adventurous.

Speaker 7 (34:00):
No, I so much in me.

Speaker 5 (34:03):
Now, I've got to figure out ways to be more adventurous.

Speaker 7 (34:06):
And I don't know what that looks like. I don't
know if y'all have.

Speaker 5 (34:08):
Any ideas or where y'all fall in that, or if
we could all go do something adventurous together.

Speaker 2 (34:14):
You like to do stuff together.

Speaker 3 (34:15):
I'm gonna go X on the note. Yeah, yeah, probably not.

Speaker 7 (34:17):
But well, I mean, I'm just gonna keep shooting my shot.

Speaker 5 (34:20):
Like once a month, I'm gonna throw out something that
we can all do together.

Speaker 7 (34:23):
Because I told you, guys.

Speaker 3 (34:24):
Why don't we just buy a show boat? You just
want a boat. It's nothing about the show. You've been
trying to get anybody to buy a boat. We go
to the lake.

Speaker 4 (34:30):
Guys, the adventurous are you talking about adventures like stuff
that your life is at.

Speaker 7 (34:34):
Risk, like an adventure bucket list?

Speaker 5 (34:35):
I mean, I don't want a bungee jump or anything
like that, you know, being more spontaneous, and each of us.

Speaker 4 (34:40):
Pick something that's adventurous for you to do, and you
have to go do it perfect Well, well, no, you
can't just pick something without having the means to actually
do it.

Speaker 3 (34:48):
You can't go to bull riding now, but you have
to set it up, go to a rodeo. Rush.

Speaker 2 (34:53):
No, I'm not gonna do.

Speaker 3 (34:55):
Stuff like that. It can't.

Speaker 4 (34:57):
If there was something in town that was like, try
bull riding for the first you gotta find it.

Speaker 7 (35:01):
I can go mut musting or whatever that is.

Speaker 3 (35:04):
You're probably too tall feel for kids. Really, yeah, I
did that once as a little older, rote a sheet
that's awesome. If my feet were draggon, I was doo
tall tall.

Speaker 5 (35:14):
Well, with Americans that have the adventure bucket lifts, a
lot of them surveyed say they have a goal of
completing it by the time they're fifty six.

Speaker 7 (35:20):
So yeah, if y'all want to give me a list
of things to do.

Speaker 4 (35:22):
About fifty six, So I got thirteen years and a
couple of weeks, guys, brings when I can out rush
this bit. But if you see something you think it'd
be fun for Amy that they can actually be done,
bring it to the studio.

Speaker 3 (35:32):
Amy's adventure. Amy's yeah, got it?

Speaker 7 (35:34):
Okay, all right, you go deal Amy, that's my pile That.

Speaker 2 (35:38):
Was Amy's pile of stories. It's time for the good news.

Speaker 10 (35:42):
How much box.

Speaker 6 (35:47):
There's a couple people out on a paddle board and
a river and Ottawa, Canadas, enjoying the day.

Speaker 2 (35:51):
Oh this is so beautiful.

Speaker 6 (35:53):
But what they didn't realize is that river it turns
into rapids and they get stuck in the rapids on
their paddle and they're trying to paddle the shore, paddle
the shore, and they can't.

Speaker 2 (36:03):
So they start.

Speaker 3 (36:03):
Yelling and people were like, are they yelling to help?
We better call the special forces.

Speaker 6 (36:10):
They call the Ottawa Fire Department and they launch a
boat out into the rapids, get on board, and they
saved the paddle borders.

Speaker 4 (36:19):
Did you get to hear them over the water, it's
so loud, that's yip. Yeah, I saved a life. Your
buddy was a I guess roommate was a firefighter that
had to go rescue people.

Speaker 2 (36:28):
He rescued people.

Speaker 6 (36:28):
Yeah, he was on the rescue team, right, He was
on the legit, like when there was floods and stuff.
He was the one that went and did it. And
one time he saved his celebrity you.

Speaker 3 (36:36):
Said it before.

Speaker 7 (36:37):
I don't remember.

Speaker 3 (36:38):
I don't remember. Players Santonio Spurs.

Speaker 6 (36:40):
You can say, yeah, Tim Duncan, he saved him on
top of his truck or saldar and he lived in
the window and goes, oh hey, like it was like
a low water crossing in the car got stuff.

Speaker 3 (36:49):
It's like, Dani you tallad, you play basketball. That's crazy.
Good story. Appreciate people like that that risk their lives
to save others. That's what it's all about.

Speaker 2 (36:58):
That was telling me something good.

Speaker 3 (37:01):
The superintendent was fire because allegedly stole a bunch of stuff.
He stole a bunch of electronics.

Speaker 4 (37:06):
So they go to the principal's office and this like
closet holds laptops and TVs and tablets and it was empty.

Speaker 3 (37:12):
They were like, where did they go? And it was
a superintendent.

Speaker 1 (37:17):

Speaker 4 (37:17):
So they started trying to track where it went, and
apparently they look in the back of his car and
he's got a bunch of stuff there and he's on
video like well he was walking out the door with
stuff like after hours. The twenty nine items recovered with
the electronics in the back of his car included video
game controller's, laptops, tablets, TVs and more. Some were still sealed.

Estimated about forty four hundred bucks. I mean, he's got
a mug shot. If you're superintendent, you could probably steal anything.

Speaker 3 (37:45):
Yeah. I wonder who told on him, because like, well,
who do you go to? I think what probably happens
is successor you noticed it's stolen, You watch the cameras,
you see who it is. You, then you have to
go and send it to the board.

Speaker 6 (37:57):
Oh yeah, but if you're a superintendent, just turn off
the cameras. Man got to know about those.

Speaker 3 (38:01):
If you're the superintendent. Still one at a time, not
a whole closet full, don't steal, Yeah, don't steal.

Speaker 4 (38:07):
Still still that nobody steal. But like he must have
been selling my opinion, I'm doing a judgment. He must
have been selling this stuff because he needed the money quick.

Speaker 2 (38:16):
Oh for a drug problem.

Speaker 3 (38:18):
I don't know if it was drugs, gambling, could have
been anything. Superintendents they get paid pretty well.

Speaker 4 (38:22):
Yeah yeah WKBN, but some rich people have big problems.
Yeah yeah, so yeah, bro, you gotta go one at
a time, so nobody even notices. But don't don't steal, though,
you can't go full closet and you open it and
sage brush blows across the closet where all the laptop.

Speaker 3 (38:39):
Yeah, like, what the heck?

Speaker 4 (38:40):
Then you have to investigate it. That guy thought he'd
never get caught. I bet he's the boss. Who's going
to investigate the boss? Uh, so, don't steal everybody. Superintendents
make about anywhere from one hundred and twenty to two
fifty a year.

Speaker 3 (38:54):
Oh, that's pretty good. Year, that's pretty good.

Speaker 4 (38:58):
Do you move up the ladder principal, superintendent or do
you go right out to superintendent?

Speaker 3 (39:02):
School? Oh?

Speaker 6 (39:03):
You got to go from principal. You got to work
your way up vice principal, principal superintendent.

Speaker 3 (39:06):
Oh really, well, you can't start a vice principal. You
gotta start a counselor right, well, or do you start teacher? Yeah?
Pre school teacher. All right, let's go. Amy's got the
morning Corny, The morning Corny.

Speaker 7 (39:20):
What do you call it? B? That comes from America?

Speaker 3 (39:22):
What do you call it? B? That comes from America?

Speaker 7 (39:24):

Speaker 3 (39:31):
Computer USB? And that goes with the whole computer theme.
Good job, Amy, got it. Time for a draft.

Speaker 4 (39:40):
We'll be drafting our team of famous bald guys, and
you guys can vote on the website.

Speaker 3 (39:45):
Amy, you have the first overall pick. Who's your famous bald.

Speaker 7 (39:48):
Guy Dwayne the Rock Johnson Rock.

Speaker 3 (39:51):
Oh, that's it, got it? Picture old Dwayne the Rock
when he's wwe. Yeah, but she's right. I just didn't
think it was bold. That's a good one. Was that
everybody's first pick first was on there, lunchbox h Kenny Chesney.

Speaker 4 (40:10):
Famous balld guy, solid Kenny Chesney. Good job, Eddie, Now
you have hair, I do can't. You can't pick yourself,
not me, but it's someone else here. It's Steve.

Speaker 3 (40:22):
Oh yeah, he's making vunable. Now he's on the ball.
Yeahs to be all right? Ray m J was mine?
Who's that? Dang it? That was for sure mine? All right,

famous bald guys.

Speaker 10 (40:44):

Speaker 4 (40:45):
I was so pumped about that one. I thought I
was gonna make it. Okay, I'm gonna go with.

Speaker 3 (40:50):
Shack. Oh dude, that was my sleeper. I felt like
it dropped big time after like four. Yeah, you're yeah.
I felt like right would have got like whoever got five?
It fell.

Speaker 4 (41:02):
It was difficult. Okay, So now we'll go backward and
again you're you're picking based on the full team, not
just the first round pick. Yeah, famous bald guys if
I'm gonna go second, I think I'm gonna go.

Speaker 3 (41:15):
I'm gonna go first this round. I think I'm gonna
go Jeff Bezos. You're taking all my all my people.

Speaker 4 (41:24):
Well, there's only so many Jeff bezos is myself. I
have Shack and Jeff Bezos, Raymundo, Mike Tyson, good.

Speaker 3 (41:32):
Yeah, okay, Eddie, if you took all my good ones,
Oh it's not my turning it, Fellas, give me rest
in peace.

Speaker 6 (41:41):
Kobe Bryant, Okay, you ready, Bruce Willis.

Speaker 3 (41:46):
I have Bruce Willis. We're going okay.

Speaker 7 (41:51):
Then Vin Diesel.

Speaker 3 (41:52):
That's good, Sammy, you're killing it. That's a good one. Okay.

Speaker 4 (41:57):
So Amy has two picks. She has the final pick
coming up. She has the Rock and Vin Diesel. Who
is the final team member on your bald Guy's team?

Speaker 7 (42:07):
Samuel L.

Speaker 3 (42:08):
Jackson, going, gosh, Amy, you have a great team.

Speaker 4 (42:14):
She get one of those replaced systems likes comes out
of the system, lunchbox.

Speaker 3 (42:21):
You have Kenny Chesney and Bruce Willis. Yeah, let me
look at my list here, doctor Phil Eddie, you have Scuba,
Steve and Kobe Bryant.

Speaker 8 (42:33):
So random man, all right, I guess my last pick
is give me mister clean Mmm not bad.

Speaker 4 (42:41):
Morgan's not in this draft because she finished last last time.
But do you know mister clain is Morgan.

Speaker 7 (42:45):
He's a scrubbing washing guy.

Speaker 3 (42:47):
Right when he says that, do you picture him?

Speaker 2 (42:49):

Speaker 7 (42:49):
He has a white shirt jeans.

Speaker 3 (42:50):
On Raymond TV show guy, also Radio. One of our people,
Steve Harvey.

Speaker 7 (42:57):
Good one good, definitely bold.

Speaker 4 (43:02):
Ray has Michael Jordan, Mike Tyson, and Steve Harvey solid.
So to go with mine of Shack and Jeff Bezos,
I'm gonna go Walter White.

Speaker 3 (43:10):
From Breaking Bad, Eisenberg. Walter White, Breaking Bad. He was bald.
That's good, dude. It was either him or Baltimore from
Harry Potter.

Speaker 7 (43:19):
It his character is bald, because that's why.

Speaker 3 (43:21):
I said Walter White.

Speaker 7 (43:22):
I get it.

Speaker 3 (43:23):
Hating no one.

Speaker 2 (43:24):
I'm talking about.

Speaker 3 (43:28):
One of our team members put in poop. What is
the Who's Baltimore? Who's the wizard guy, Harry Potter, bad guy, Dumbledore?
Say his name.

Speaker 7 (43:37):
I'm surprised nobody took.

Speaker 5 (43:38):
We're done right, Yeah, Jason's I had Jason States, but
I had pit Bowl, but I.

Speaker 3 (43:45):
I had Britney Spirits, Spirits Princes two thousand and seven.
That's fun, but I didn't go with it. I had
Will Smith's wife, but I don't remember her name. Chris
Rock slappers.

Speaker 2 (43:56):
It said bald guys.

Speaker 3 (44:01):
Like I didn't want to get slapped, so I didn't
say that's true.

Speaker 4 (44:03):
Good point I had. We had his hat, but yeah,
but it was like I know Dave Chappelle, Charlie Brown.
I went George Costanza had him, but that was like
Eddie's old version of bald where.

Speaker 3 (44:19):
He still had a little bit of hair. Still bald. Yeah,
Terry Crews from Big Muscles. Anybody else have Anyboddy? Uh
Oh that that's a good one. That to me. Moore
and g I Jane. I picked a bunch of characters.
G James dude. Yeah.

Speaker 4 (44:37):
Okay, So here are the teams. Vote for the team,
don't just vote for the first round. Pick the rock
Vin Diesel and Samuel L. Jackson with Amy Lunchbox has
Kenny Chesney, Bruce Willis and doctor Phil Eddie has Scuba,
Steve Kobe Bryant and mister Clean Raymond who has Michael Jordan,
Mike Tyson and Steve Harvey and I have shocked Jeff
Bezos and Walter White from Breaking Bad.

Speaker 3 (44:56):
How we feel pretty good. They're all solid team.

Speaker 6 (44:58):
I got a question, go ahead, now that we did
this bald guy draft, are there any country artists that
have hair like Eddie that are really bald? I don't know,
because I mean everyone that comes in here now and
now that we did this draft, that's all I can
think of.

Speaker 3 (45:09):
I'm gonna start looking. Though.

Speaker 7 (45:11):
She said high profile client.

Speaker 3 (45:12):
It looks that real too. They can come in you
won't even know
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