Show Notes for Tuesday, January 05, 2021

John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a Tuesday... so we have everyone's favorite segment... TUESDAYS with Charlie!!!BUY THE T-SHIRTS HERE OR HERE

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January 5

National Bird Day

National Keto Day

National Screenwriters Day

National Whipped Cream Day

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According to a survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, just 22% of Americans say they feel very or extremely festive this year, down from 49% one year ago. (

A new survey found that 1 in 8 relationships are, quote, “ON THE ROCKS,” because of the Coronavirus. (

A British charity called “Medical Detection Dogs” found that dogs may be able to sniff out the Coronavirus. (

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A North Port, Florida man was arrested for DUI Sunday after crashing his car into a digital county sign board reading “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” According to the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, 22-year-old Bounty Cheramy was arrested after deputies found him near the turned over sign in a damaged Mazda. Cheramy reportedly told deputies he was on the phone with a friend when he hit something, but was unsure of what he had hit. According to the arrest report, the man failed field sobriety tests and blew over twice the legal limit in a breathalyzer test reaching a BAC of .166. He is facing DUI and property damage charges. (


Cast members from “The Sopranos” gathered online Friday night for a reading of a brand-new comedy sketch. The event was a fundraiser for firefighters.

The first photos of the sequel “Coming 2 America” were released, showing King Akeem (Eddie Murphy) reuniting with Semmi (Arsenio Hall) as they travel from their beloved Zamunda back to Queens, New York to find his long-lost son.

Former Scientologist Leah Remini recently stated that Tom Cruise’s COVID-19 rant was a “publicity stunt.” (

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The world’s biggest consumer electronics meet-up is going digital this year. The Consumer Electronics Show begins tomorrow (January 6)

What dangerous toy did you play with as a kid?
It’s hard to believe these were sold at one time:

Lawn Darts – During their brief (and generally awesome) reign in 1980s suburbia, Jarts racked up 6,700 injuries.

Snacktime Cabbage Patch Dolls – With no mechanism to turn off the munching should trouble arise, it was only a matter of time before some child’s long blonde hair got caught in the doll’s rabid jaws. After 35 fingers and ponytails fell victim, the Snacktime Kids were removed from retail shelves forever, and 500,000 customers were offered a full $40 refund.

Sky Dancers – Injuries included scratched corneas and temporary blindness, mild concussions, broken ribs and teeth, and facial lacerations that required stitches. Nearly nine million Sky Dancers were eventually recalled.

Research says bad moods are contagious and can spread through friends and family across hundreds of miles. How grumpy people feel can be influenced not only by the state of mind of those closest to us, but also, say scientists, by friends of friends that we have never met — like ripples from “pebbles thrown into a pond.” The researchers (University of California) said each ‘unhappy connection’ decreased the chance of a person being happy by seven percent. The effect works both ways with each ‘happy connection’ increasing the chance of a person’s happiness by nine percent.

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In Germany, a couple was sued by neighbors. It seems their old dog was up to some very old tricks, accused of getting six lady dogs pregnant in one crazy week of canine passion.

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A supermarket shopper was spotted appearing to wear underwear on her head as a makeshift coronavirus face mask. Jared Richter and his wife Jennifer had been food shopping at supermarket in Coconut Creek, Florida when they spotted the woman's quirky attempt at staying safe while buying her groceries. As she prepared to get out of the car, 44-year-old Jennifer “froze and started cracking up” after noticing the beige underwear stretched across the customer's head. The woman can be seen packing away her shopping and returned her trolley - completely unfazed by the couple staring at her from across the car park. (

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A guy showed up at a hospital in Hungary with a gunshot wound. Police were called and the man said he was in the woods and was shot by someone — but the entrance and exit wounds went straight down his leg, which wasn’t consistent with his story. When confronted, the man allegedly admitted he was “playing cowboy” with a revolver when it “went off,” shooting him in the leg.


I read a headline, you guess if the story is something that really happened in the great state of FLORIDA or is it #FakeNews made up to trick you and amuse me

A Punta Gorda, Florida man called 9-1-1 multiple times and asked deputies to deliver him ice cream and liquor ….. FLORIDA (

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