Show Notes for Saturday, February 11 & Sunday, February 12, 2023

This weekend we visit with Scott Baio (Charles In Charge, Happy Days & More)

Great American Family and the producers of the hit animal TV series, "To The Rescue," are teaming up to raise money for animal rescue organizations via Forever Family Rescue Foundation a 501c3, with its first annual "To The Rescue Pup-A-Thon 2023." Featuring dogs that are available for adoption around the country that have been waiting for a forever home, the event will be broadcast live nationally from Los Angeles on Great American Family from 12 PM-4 PM ET / 9 AM-1 PM PT this Sunday, February 12. In support of the upcoming event, the donation window is now live and people can pledge their support by texting LIVE to 801801.

The Pup-A-Thon will be hosted by Tommy Habeeb (host of "To The Rescue"), Mariel Hemingway and Scott Baio. The broadcast will also feature the following celebrity guests and athletes: John O' Hurley, Ray Crockett (NFL 2 X Super Bowl Champion), Isaiah Stanback (NFL STAR), Alison Eastwood (Actor and Director of Eastwood Ranch & Rescue), Ser'Darius Blain (Jumanji), Bruce Buffer (UFC and Mixed Martial Arts Announcer), Jen Lilley (Great American Family), Roger "Rocket" Clemens (NYY 2 X World Champ, 7 X Cy Young Award, 11 X All Star), Rick Perry (Former Texas Governor), Donna D'Errico (Baywatch), Robert Colbert (The Young and the Restless, Maverick), Burton Gilliam (Blazing Saddles), Spud Webb (NBA Slam Dunk Champion), Cleto Escobedo III (band director, Jimmy Kimmel Live), G.W. Bailey (The Closer/Police Academy/Major Crimes), Richy Jackson (Lady Gaga's choreographer), and more. Musical performances will include country music legend John Anderson; and The Womak Sisters (Sam Cooke's daughters).

In support of the upcoming event, the donation window is now live and people can pledge their support by texting LIVE to 801801 or by visiting

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February 11

International Snowmobile Ride Day

National Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day

National Inventors’ Day

National Make a Friend Day

National Peppermint Patty Day

National Shut-In Visitation Day

National White Shirt Day

Global Movie Day

February 12

National Plum Pudding Day

National Pork Rind Day

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I definitely hope you have something to celebrate this weekend – because according to new research, it’s good for your health. A paper published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing says that in order for your celebration to bring health benefits, it requires these 3 components: 1) gathering with other people; 2) having food and drink; and 3) highlighting an important milestone. The peer-reviewed publication says that celebrations reinforce our social support and provide reassurance to us that we have a social network for when adversity strikes. The lead author said they found that “Buying yourself a congratulatory gift to celebrate an accomplishment just isn’t the same as celebrating with a dinner and drinks with friends.” And the celebrations don’t need to be extravagant to be beneficial. It just needs to mark the occasion with food or drink and the company of others.

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A man who has become famous for making 15 consecutive incorrect Super Bowl picks has unveiled his prediction for this Sunday’s big game. It seems impossible, but he has the receipts. It began in 2008 with one of the NFL’s biggest upsets. Reddit user “im_THIS_guy” says he put “a ton of money on the 18-0 Patriots to beat the Giants (they lost).” Since then, he says he has “lost more money than I can count betting Super Bowl money lines.” His prediction for 2023: “The PHILADELPHIA EAGLES will win the Super Bowl… This game is a no brainer. Do Not Overthink It. Bet the better team.” He plans to “win back a sizable portion” of his losses from the past 15 years with his latest Super Bowl pick. (Thanks for the warning!) LINK:


Dr. Phil McGraw announced on Tuesday that his syndicated talk show “Dr. Phil” will end with its current 21st season. In a statement, he said: “I have been blessed with over 25 wonderful years in daytime television. With this show, we have helped thousands of guests and millions of viewers through everything from addiction and marriage to mental wellness and raising children. This has been an incredible chapter of my life and career, but while I’m moving on from daytime, there is so much more I wish to do.” McGraw plans to launch primetime programming sometime in 2024.

Following years of rumors and speculation, “King of the Hill” is officially getting the reboot treatment at Hulu. Show creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels have inked a deal to revive the popular series, which originally ran on Fox for 13 seasons starting in 1997. The new episodes will feature original voice actors Kathy Najimy, Stephen Root, Pamela Adlon, Johnny Hardwick and Lauren Tom reprising the roles of their animated characters. The reboot is expected to arrive on the streaming service sometime this year.

Get ready, because the Stallones are going all “Kardashian” on us. Paramount+ has announced “The Family Stallone,” which will follow Sylvester Stallone, wife Jennifer Flavin Stallone and daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet. The show’s synopsis says: “While he’s the man, the myth and the legend to the world, Stallone is simply known as “Dad” to his daughters. While he headlines box office smash hits, at home he is focused on building for the future and raising 3 independent and ambitious women. The series will also explore Jennifer’s entrepreneurship…she is the co-owner of the wellness brand Serious Skin Care.” The 8-part reality series will debut on the streaming service this spring. LINK:

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Fox-TV has officially sold out all of its advertising inventory for Super Bowl LVII, with peak prices surpassing $7 million for a 30-second spot. Sunday’s game in Arizona between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will cap a year of stellar ratings for the NFL during the regular season and the playoffs. Fox had indicated even before the start of the season that it had already had takers for 95% of Super Bowl spots, an unusually fast start for the sales process, even for the most-watched TV broadcast of the year.


Do you have a jersey? Because I need your name and number.

You can perform an illegal motion on me anytime.

If I said you have a beautiful body, would you tackle me with it?

Girl, your arm must be tired, because you’ve been passing through mind all day!

Want to join my fantasy league?

Is that a challenge flag in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?

Hey baby, I’m an eligible receiver for your phone number!

Did I just catch you looking into my backfield?

I want you to touch-down. I’ll leave it at that.

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American football has several names around the world. In Europe it’s called ‘soccer’, and in the UK, it’s called ‘rugby’.

Helmets weren’t mandatory for football players until 1939.

Though football games usually last around 3 hours, the ball is typically in play for only 11 minutes.

Statistically, injured players in televised NFL games get 6 more seconds of camera time than celebrating players.

Super Bowl Sunday ranks second when it comes to the highest American food consumption. #1 is Thanksgiving.

A cow has a 1 in 17,420,000 chance of becoming a Super Bowl football.


Question: A survey asked people what important event they’d skip if they could see their team in the Super Bowl – and 15% said THIS. What is it?

Answer: The birth of their child (mostly guys, probably…)

Question: When it comes to the big game on Sunday, 71% of people are excited to watch the halftime show. Meanwhile, 76% are looking forward to THIS. What is it?

Answer: Seeing the ads

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A German dog trainer has set the world record for most dogs in a conga line. Guinness says Wolfgang Lauenburger’s 14 canines arranged themselves into the dance formation with his help back in August. The record was certified last week. Because we believe in giving credit where it is due, the record-breaking conga dogs are Bibi, Cathy, Charly, Elvis, Emma, Filou, Fin, Jennifer, Katie, Maya, Simon, Speck, Susy, and Ulf. Lauenburger has set multiple world records, including most skips by a dog on hind legs in 30 seconds and most rollovers by a dog in one minute. LINK:

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Guy who is WAAAAY too excited for the halftime show.

Degenerate gambler glued to his phone/laptop, betting on every play and prop bet.

Guy who won’t shut up about his office pool and how he almost won it last year.

Socially awkward guy who tries too hard to fit in by overreacting to mundane things.

Guy who hangs on broadcasters’ every word, hoping they’ll misspeak so he can ridicule them.

Girl who hates football, but loudly cheers for her boyfriend’s team to show him she’s loyal.

Guy who coaches youth football and has to break down game strategy for us ‘amateurs’.

Desperate girl with no self-esteem who pretends to love football and beer so guys will like her.

Guy who continually high-fives everybody, even when celebration isn’t warranted.

Fat ass who just came for the snacks.

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