The Sports Junkies
The Junkies are four buddies from PG County, MD, who blew up on the WJFK airwaves starting in the summer of 1996. John Auville (Cakes), Eric Bickel (EB), Jason Bishop (Lurch) and John-Paul Flaim (JP) started a cable access tv show in Bowie in 1995 and since then they’ve taken over the coveted morning drive slot on 106.7 The Fan!
Kevin McCarthy was the subject of recent mocking from Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” with regard to his critique of the Bible-laced (but not strictly Bible-based) movie “Noah.”
Matt Williams was sure to make the clarification that Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman’s right shoulder is “degenerative,” not “arthritic,” in his weekly interview with the Junkies on 106.7 The Fan on Wednesday.
Junkies: In a special report, brought to you by Ainsley Earhardt, Fox News regrets to inform you college kids are “partying” while on spring break, and it’s happening right here “in AMERICA” (Video).
Dan Snyder once begged and pleaded for Mike Shanahan to sign Randy Moss to the Redskins, well after his prime, and when it was clear the receiver was in the twilight of his career.
Nats bench coach Randy Knorr told the Junkies how he reacted to hearing Matt Williams had been hired as manager, over him: “I called a couple buddies of mine and said, ‘Hey, meet me at the golf course. We’re gonna get drunk!’”
After leading George Washington men’s basketball to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in seven years with a 24-9 record, head coach Mike Lonergan has been extended through the 2020-2021 season.
A recent hashtag promotion by Fox 5 has brought to light some underhanded self-promotional practices run amok from within 106.7 The Fan’s talent pool. Let’s get a True Detective on the case.
Capitals forward Brooks Laich reflects on teammate Evgeny Kuznetsov’s first career NHL goal, calling it a moment he’ll “never forget,” and looks back on his own in 2005.
EXCLUSIVE: The Junkies have obtained exclusive video footage of show character Ram, in his private life, tripping and falling down a hill in a recent snowstorm, farting, then making a snow angel.
Dick Heller, a longtime Washington Times columnist who died at age 76 on Thursday, was instrumental in the careers of so many in D.C. media, including, almost singlehandedly, launching “The Sports Junkies” careers in radio.