Cakes uncharacteristically blew up on a fellow Junkie Thursday, unleashing on JP for incessantly inferring the Wizards wouldn’t be in the playoffs if they were a Western Conference team, and then EB and Lurch shamefully defended JP.
Cakes asked up-and-coming Nationals pitcher Taylor Jordan the most long-winded, uncomfortable question, while the Junkies were down in Florida last week, and Jordan’s response was fitting.
It seems Brooks Laich has moved on to Cakes as his favorite Junkie in EB’s absence, acknowledging Cakes with his signature of friendship Thursday — the weekly ‘buddy’ reference. What a monumental shift in their relationship.
Almost two year ago, Cakes told the funniest story he’s ever told, hilariously explaining to a live audience how he’d walked through the Borgata lobby in his boxers, because he’d gotten locked out of his hotel room. It’s all on video. Watch him tell it.
Johnny ‘Cakes’ Auville made the revelation Tuesday that, had it not been for his adopted parents intervening on some particularly terrible people at the hospital he was born, he would have had to walk around with the burden of the name Ronald, compounding the problem of being born without parents who loved him.
In this exclusive interview with program director Chris Kinard, we tackle the persistent problem of Cakes and his transaction-addiction, which is ruining fantasy football at 106.7 The Fan.
Cakes was invited to represent 106.7 The Fan at the Caps Convention on Saturday, and due to some unforeseeable circumstances he couldn’t make it. Luckily though, Martin Auville was available on short notice.
A photo surface of comedian Rich Vos in Sup Dogs, the Greenville, NC restaurant run by former Junkies executive producer, Bret Oliverio. Let’s check in with Bret, and get to the bottom of how Lich found his spot.
The Junkies 2013 Bikini Contest is in the books. Here’s the short link to all the photos, videos and audio from the show you need to get you through your day, then your night, then day, night …
Yasiel Puig is 33 games into his young career, and already a finalist for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game, okay. So we can stop the charade and thank JP from the Junkies for bringing him to our attention.