The Junkies had a full-on interrogation to discover if there were any panty sniffers among them, bringing about a gnarly revelation, and all it took was a pervert being caught robbing undergarments in Arlington to force the issue. Also, the original panty sniffer himself, Bret Oliverio, calls in to tell his nosey tales.
It takes a lot to do morning radio well. One distinguishable characteristic of a great show is identifying the conversations people want to have, but may not be ready to have themselves. Does it work the same for sex? And would people pay?
The internet has come a long way in the field of satisfying men as frequently as they choose to indulge themselves. But as a parent, there’s a new trend to be leery of that could deprive your daughter of her dignity forever, and it might just make these guys’ day.
As I was combing through the fourth segment of Thursday’s show, searching for quotes about how great a person Brooks Laich is – which was easy because it’s true – to piece together a nice post promoting his new Twitter account, I heard something I literally replayed 10 times because I couldn’t believe it.
‘Passing gas’ is disgusting, and to do it while flying is something you reserve strictly for traveling with an enemy. But hold your nose, dropping bombs on the plane may actually save your life.
Twitter has always provided a service that allows you to boast your popularity long after your high school days are over. But what if that could continue long after your LIFE was over? This very question made for quite the jocular episode Wednesday on the Junkies?
The Junkies had a very special guest in studio Friday – porn star Asa Akira – who helped Blue Shorts live out an ultimate fantasy. She also bossed him around the studio (mostly) naked and rid him of what little self-worth he had remaining. Here’s your one-stop recap. Happy belated Valentine’s Day.
What happens when the ultimate movie fan boy obsesses his way up the entertainment ladder and into the same room as the very stars that drive his obsession? You get budding star movie reviewer, Kevin McCarthy. Someone who started off as a complete joke, is slowly but surely justifying his presence in front of a nationally televised audience.
Life is all about taking credit for the things you can’t control, which is why the battle of who shares a birthday with better celebrities waged so heavily Wednesday morning on the Junkies. Here’s how the list would have fleshed out in ranking of Junks if the segment lasted longer.
The stars came out to Arlington Cinema n’ Drafthouse Monday for the red carpet premier of the Junkies new television show, “Table Manners”, which airs Tuesdays at 11 p.m. on CSN Washington. Here’s everything you missed, from smiles to cringes, and beginning to end of the Table Manners premier party.