John Semar, Tue, 20 Oct 2015 11:53:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: It’s a Tawny-less Tuesday, Plow Boy worked a second job last night and got faded by both of his 5 to 7am co-hosts, Weber and Weezer both texted Darin at 5:31 so maybe they woke up together, Tim was listening to a Howard Stern segment from 2004 on his way in, Doug doesn’t believe in paying for satellitte radio, Tim downloads a lot of podcasts, The Cat is bullish on Tom Hanks new film Bridge of Spies, what exactly is Plow Boy’s job at Billy G’s, Plowsy also just got himself a new apartment, a description of the new film Woodlawn, back to the same celebrities living in St. Louis talk that we exhausted yesterday, Doug sounds a little under the weather, Mr. Vaughn also isn’t happy with the scheduling of the NFL Town Hall meeting next week as it will be a busy night downtown, The Cat thinks Dave Peacock and Doug’s butt would make a potent combination, the citizens who speak at the Town Hall should provide some fantastic audio for us, Chris calls in to sing some REO Speedwagon, Larry Nickel brings heat with his WWE Recap.
SEGMENT 2 – People with Ferrari’s are now apparently embracing the #FreeDotem movement, St. Louis Business Journal reporter Brian Feldt joins the program to discuss next week’s NFL Town Hall meeting, mixed reaction on the text line to alderman Antonio French, Doug was not impressed by the conduct he witnessed at a Board of Alderman meeting back in 1998 when Mark McGwire was awarded a key to the city, Dwayne joins via The Appliance Discounters phone lines to react to the stadium discussion, Colin is up next with a question on how able Los Angeles is to actually support multiple NFL teams, Ryan Kelley joins next and says he won’t sponsor any football in California but he loves doing so in St. Louis, John phones in next to compare the Edward Jones Dome to the vacant Astrodome, Post-Dispatch columnist Benjamin Hochman joins courtesy of the Independent Tire Dealers, The Cat says we should consider bringing back Dan Eassa to speak at the Town Hall meeting, Calvin May is also suggested, back to the celebrities living in St. Louis talk again, who is a better actor Tony Danza or Gerard Depardieu, Tom calls in to talk about the Minnesota Timberwolves.
SEGMENT 3 – Tim brings us the story of a police officer who was secretly taping men who gave him anonymous oral pleasure in gas station bathrooms, fun with Doug drops about having relations with a gentleman, Rich from Maryland Heights in Arizona calls the program, Caller Adam is up next and he doesn’t understand where South County is located, Cardinals pitcher and constant delight Lance Lynn phones in while driving around Florida.
SEGMENT 4 – Email of the Day.