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The World Famous Frank Show
68 minutes | 3 months ago
Biden Wants America To Mask Up for 100 Days
(0:00) Show Open: Mask Up America Biden says he will ask Americans to wear masks for the first 100 days he's in office (Is the country not wearing masks at all?) Lots of female service workers are reporting that men are finding new ways to harass them with mask-related comments like, quote, "Let me see that pretty face under there" or "Take it off for me, just a quick flash." (13:20) Entertainment News George Foreman Thinks Mike Tyson Could Make a Serious Title Run Right Now One of Carole Baskin's Volunteers Almost Lost an Arm to a Tiger Warner Brothers Movies Will Hit HBO Max the Same Day They Hit Theaters in 2021 (25:35) A New "Tickle Bar" Is Opening, and It's Just What It Sounds Like I'm not sure this is the business I'D open during a pandemic . . . or, you know, any other time either . . . but hey, different dreams for different folks. There's a woman named Kimberly Haley-Coleman in Dallas. And she's opening the doors to her new business on Monday . . . called The Tickle Bar. And that name is really accurate. You literally go to this place and pay to be tickled. Because of the pandemic, it'll be by appointment only. You show up, get a glass of wine, and then you're escorted into one of the five Moroccan-style tickle tents. You can go shirt on or off. From there, you pick the tickling style you want: Hair play, back tickles, or both. And you can pay for 25 to 50 minutes. It costs $40 for the shorter session, and $60 for the longer one. Somehow, this is legit and NOT the front for prostitution that it 1,000,000% sounds like. I wish them all the best. (Dallas Observer) (30:45) This Week in Science: Drone Footage of the Massive Telescope from "GoldenEye" Collapsing A massive radio telescope collapsed in Puerto Rico this week, and now there's video. It's called the Arecibo Observatory. (Arr-uh-SEE-bo) You might know it from the movies "GoldenEye" and "Contact". Luckily no one was hurt. It's not clear if they'll rebuild or not. A new study found that if life ever existed on Mars, it might have been miles below the surface. The sun wasn't hot enough billions of years ago. But geothermal heat below the surface might have been enough to support life. A team in China built a new jet engine that could hit Mach 16 . . . or 16 times the speed of sound. That's fast enough to get anywhere in the world in under two hours. An A.I. program called AlphaFold did something humans have been trying to do for 50 years . . . understanding how "protein folding" works. Basically, it can map out the shapes of proteins that cause all sorts of diseases, including cancer. Which might sound boring, but it's HUGE news for biologists. A lot of experts have predicted A.I. would start to take the lead in medical research sometime between now and 2030. So this could be the beginning of that. There's a new calculator where you can estimate your spot in line for the coronavirus vaccine. Spoiler: If you're a basically healthy adult who's not an essential worker, you're in the way, way back. (43:45) Dumbass of the Day Some Considerate Thieves Use Cones to Redirect Traffic Before Blowing Up an ATM A Bald Man Is Arrested for Causing a Scene at a Hair Salon The mayor of a town in Kentucky was arrested for a DUI after she fell asleep in the White Castle drive-thru line and then crashed into a pole. A Wendy's manager in Tennessee was arrested for biting a teenage employee during her shift. (52:40) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak Pilot, 52, pulls off 'textbook emergency landing' on a busy Minnesota interstate - hitting one car but injuring no one - before coming to a screeching halt Someone in Chicago dropped a gold coin and a small gold bar into two Salvation Army buckets over the weekend. Together, they're worth around $3,700. Young scientist, 15, is named TIME's first-ever Kid of the Year for her use of technology to lead social change including a device that detects lead in water and an app that detects cyberbullying A teacher in India just won an annual competition called the Global Teacher Prize that comes with a $1 million cash prize. And right after he won, he announced he's taking half of the money and giving it to the other nine finalists. He said he's doing it because together, "we can make this world a better place." Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
62 minutes | 3 months ago
In-N-Out...In About 12 hours in Colorado
(0:00) Show Open: AZ at MAX ICU Rates Arizona reports 6,464 deaths from COVID-19; 674 in Pima County (12:05) Entertainment News John Cleese accused of being transphobic while defending J.K. Rowling RICKY SCHRODER helped pay the $2 million bond for Kenosha, Wisconsin shooter Kyle Rittenhouse. "Coming 2 America" will hit Amazon Prime on March 5th. Johnny Rotten bit on the penis by a flea (26:20) The First In-N-Out Burger Opened in Colorado . . . And Had a 14-Hour Drive-Thru Line Is this REALLY a smart way to spend an entire day of your weekend? In-N-Out Burger just opened its first two locations in Colorado. And people were so HYPED, they were waiting up to FOURTEEN HOURS in a two-mile-long drive-thru line. And there's more. At one point, two guys got out of their car and got into a FIGHT . . . where one of them lost his pants. (NBC 4 - Los Angeles) (31:25) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak A restaurant in D.C. called Sakina Halal Grill serves anyone, even if they can't pay. But last week, the owner said he was days away from shutting down, because he hasn't had enough paying customers during the pandemic. So someone started a GoFundMe page, and it's already raised around $300,000 to keep the place open. A waitress in New York broke down after a random woman gave her a $1,000 tip. It was a "Venmo Challenge" thing where the woman raised money on social media. And she's planning to give another $1,000 to a random first responder. Volunteers with a group called Backpacks for the Street have handed out over 10,000 backpacks to homeless people in New York since the pandemic hit. Each one has around 50 items in it, like antibacterial wipes, hand sanitizer, first aid kits, and food. The pandemic won't stop the military from keeping tabs on Santa this year. NORAD announced they'll be tracking Santa on Christmas Eve, just like they have every year since 1955. (42:05) Dumbass of the Day A Guy with Meth Crashed His Motorcycle, Accidentally Shot Himself, and Got Hit by a Car A couple in Maryland wearing matching "Rick and Morty" hoodies were arrested during a traffic stop on multiple gun charges. A woman in Texas punched a police officer who came to impound her pot belly pig. (51:35) Were Orgies this big pre-pandemic? Another weekend, another underground swingers sex party getting broken up in New York for violating coronavirus restrictions. This week's was an 80-person orgy in Queens.Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
68 minutes | 4 months ago
Remote Workers Are Having Sex On The Clock Now?
(0:00) Show Open: Protocol Joe Frank made a new friend in an unlikely place. A Seedy Gas Station attendant he dubs “Protocol Joe” Time to stop tongue kissing your dog. A new study in Spain found dog owners are more likely to get coronavirus . . . and the researchers think it may be because dogs can contract the disease on walks and then pass it along. (12:10) Entertainment News Lorne Michaels Was Not Cool with John Belushi's Drug Use on "SNL" Taylor Swift reveals that Scooter Braun tried to force her to sign an NDA agreeing NEVER to criticize him again if she wanted to buy her back catalog - as he sells it to private equity firm for $300MILLION Police have arrested a suspect in the random attack of RICK MORANIS in New York City. (25:10) Paid To Get Laid 58% of Remote Workers Have Had Sex on the Clock This Year It looks like everyone realized there are more perks to working from home than just wearing sweatpants and sleeping in until the last possible moment. According to a new survey, 58% of millennials who have been working from home during the pandemic say they've had sex while they were ON THE CLOCK. And that's not the only way that quarantine has changed people's sex lives . . . 68% say they've tried new positions. 52% have brought up a kink or a fetish they hadn't mentioned before. And 45% actually ended up trying it out. (Metro) (31:15) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak There's more huge news on the vaccine front. Moderna announced its vaccine was almost 95% effective in clinical trials. So between their work and Pfizer's, we now have what looks like two effective vaccines coming ASAP. Is there really an end in sight? One of the developers of Pfizer's vaccine says we're on pace for life to be back to normal by next winter. It's incredible what doctors can do to save some people with coronavirus cases. Hospitals have started performing double lung transplants for ultra-serious cases . . . and have saved those patients lives. A new study has found melatonin, which is a sleep aid you can buy over-the-counter, might work as a treatment option for coronavirus. (43:35) Dumbass of the Day A Couple Gets Busted When They Stop to Get-It-On Next to the Road in Broad Daylight A guy in Japan tried to mug a woman at gunpoint . . . but she told him she didn't have money and he should try to earn some by getting a job. And that was enough to get him to run away. Nixed Threesome Ends With Man In Handcuffs (But Not The Furry Kind) Cottonwood Police K-9 helps find $200,000 worth of meth inside SUV (53:25) Interview: Carrot Top Promoting: Comedian Extends Las Vegas Residency Into 2025, Making it Longest Running Comedy Show in MGM Resorts History Carrot Top’s unique genre of comedy is self-explained as a combination of George Carlin (for his “observational humor”), Steven Wright (for his “dark, sick humor”), and Gallagher (for his use of props). He made his first appearance on “The Tonight Show” in 1992 and would go on to make an impressive 31 appearances, including the final episode with Jay Leno as host. His film credits include “The Hangover”, “Sharknado: The 4th Awakens”, “Chairman Of the Board”, & ”Swearnet: The Movie”. Carrot Top’s residency at The Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas has been running for 15 years and has just been extended into 2025, making it the longest running comedy show in MGM Resorts history. For tickets and information, visit CarrotTop.comSupport the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
56 minutes | 4 months ago
Men Don't Want To Date Women Named Karen?
(0:00) Show Open: Murray Magic Wow! Arizona Cardinals defeat the Buffalo Bills 32-30 in Glendale DeAndre Hopkins Caught A Hail Mary Over Three Bills To Win The Game For The Cardinals (10:10) Entertainment News Michael Jackson Is Still the Top-Earning Dead Celebrity Marilyn Monroe Dyed Her "Down There Hair" BRAD PITT won a lawsuit against a woman who sued him because she got ripped off by a Brad Pitt imposter. (21:20) Fight Club!! Police in New York busted a 200-person underground FIGHT CLUB on Saturday night. (Full Story) (26:35) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak A breakthrough new study seems to have found the reason why coronavirus affects some people so much worse than others. It turns out people with serious cases don't have certain antibodies, which affects their body's defense. The researchers say this new discovery can help develop special treatments to, hopefully, curb the effects of the virus in the more serious cases. Two dads in Pennsylvania have been leading a charge to bake cookies for first responders and business owners. They've delivered more than 15,000 cookies since April. I can answer THIS call to heroism. The government in Germany released a new ad praising a new kind of "hero" in this era . . . the person who parks themselves on their couch and stays there. The pandemic has led to a rise in outdoor therapy meetings. Lots of people definitely NEED mental health help right now, so therapists have moved their offices outside to help them out. (35:35) Dumbass of the Day A Porch Pirate Goes to Court in the Same Shirt He Wore to Steal the Packages An 18-year-old guy was busted for carrying a BB gun in Disney Springs in Orlando . . . and he pretended he was a DEA agent when he was busted and showed a fake badge. Burglar says he was on a ‘mission from God’ after caught inside family’s home A Criminal Uses His Face Mask to Pick the Lock on His Handcuffs (46:05) Women Named Karen Say Their Name Has Ruined Their Love Lives . . . Online Dating Matches Are Down 31% This hasn't been a good year for the name "Karen" . . . and it seems like quite a few of them are about to call up Tinder and ask to speak to the manager. According to a new study, women named Karen say their name is ruining their love lives. They're getting 31% fewer matches on dating apps than last year and 33% fewer responses to messages they send. Even women who use a different spelling like C-A-R-E-N or K-A-R-I-N have seen a 22% drop in matches. (Daily Mail)Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
64 minutes | 4 months ago
Is Arizona A Weed Loving Blue State?
(0:00) Show Open: AZ Is A Blue State with a shade of GREEN! Arizona voters approve legalized recreational marijuana Associated Press declares Mark Kelly winner over Martha McSally in Arizona Senate race Arizona expected to approve Prop. 208 on increased income tax Nanos leads Pima County in race for Sheriff (10:05) Entertainment News The Internet Rips Kanye West To Shreds For Only Voting Himself And Leaving The Rest Of His Ballot Blank Kourtney Kardashian spreads COVID mask conspiracy on Instagram Shaq Claims His Favorite Moment With Miami Heat Was Nearly Fighting A Teammate Naked In The Shower Lil Wayne’s model girlfriend reportedly dumps him over Trump endorsement (22:15) Oregon Legalizes EVERYTHING Oregon Officer: “Do you have any firearms on you?” Oregonian: No Sir, just some black tar heroin. Oregon Officer: OK, you’re free to go Oregon becomes the first state in the US to decriminalize possession of ALL drugs including HEROIN and COCAINE - and New Jersey and Arizona vote to legalize pot (29:35) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak A new study this week found that COVID-19 patients still had immune cells six months after they'd been infected. A guy in New York spent a full month sitting on a street corner with a typewriter, and writing letters for anybody who walked by and wanted to reach out to someone. He set up right next to a mailbox, so he could type it out for them, and immediately mail it off. A lot of therapists have had to rely on Zoom sessions this year, which isn't ideal. But a recent study found it might actually work BETTER in some cases. Researchers tracked people who only talked with therapists through apps, video chats, emails, and texts. And they experienced more depression relief than people who met up in person. In case you didn't hear, Scotland's prime minister recently reassured kids that Santa is an essential worker, and he'll still be able to make his deliveries this year. (37:30) Dumbass of the Day A Man Denies That All the Cocaine and Heroin Between His Butt Cheeks Make Him a Drug Dealer A Guy Fires 15 Shots into Someone's Home After They Call His Baby Ugly Three men were busted trying to cook chicken over the thermal springs in Yellowstone National Park. Up to 10,000 people went to a rave in Utah over the weekend that was advertised as a "protest" against coronavirus restrictions. Bank Teller Laughs at Robber Trying to Rob a Bank with a Meat Cleaver (48:20) Scientific Myths Movies Made Us Believe I'm sorry to break it to you, but movies LIE. Here are some of the scientific MYTHS they've made us believe: You can hide behind a car door in a gun fight. Car doors are made to be lightweight, not bullet proof. You can knock someone out with chloroform in seconds. It actually takes about five minutes to take effect. Meteors are hot when they hit the Earth. They're actually lukewarm, because the hot outer layers get blown off on impact. Gun silencers actually work. Technically, they DO work. But not like they do in movies. In real life, a gun with a silencer is still pretty loud. You should suck the venom out of a bite. That can contaminate the wound and harm the nerves and blood vessels of the victim. It can also cause harm to the one doing the sucking. Using the paddles when someone flatlines. You actually do CPR when someone flatlines. A defibrillator is for someone experiencing rapid heart contractions. A gunshot to the shoulder is no big deal. People in the movies are always getting shot in the shoulder and brushing it off. But you've got a major artery and a large bundle of nerves in there. You can trick a biometric scanner with a severed hand. Those things check the capillary flow through the hand, so a dead one wouldn't work. Truth serums. According to the CIA, if you can hold out during a normal interrogation, a drug isn't going to break you.(Check out a few more here.) Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
60 minutes | 4 months ago
If Covid Won’t Kill us, The McRib Will
(0:00) Show Open: Worst. November. Ever. If Covid Won’t Kill us, The McRib Will The McRib Is Coming Back Nationwide for the First Time in Eight Years The people at McDonald's clearly looked around, saw everything going on, and said, "You know what people NEED? Processed and sculpted mystery meat drowned in mild barbecue sauce." McDonald's is bringing back the McRib this year, like they do around this time every year. But this year it's going nationwide. For the past eight years, they've only brought it back to some of their stores, not all of 'em. They're scheduled to hit all 14,400 McDonald's stores nationwide exactly one month from today. (CNN) (13:00) Entertainment News Sean Connery Died in His Sleep on Saturday Bruce Springsteen Is the First Act with a Top Five Album in Each of the Last Six Decades MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY says his "alright, alright, alright" line in "Dazed & Confused" wasn't scripted . . . and they were the first three words he ever said on film. Johnny Depp LOSES 'libel trial of the century': British High Court rules Hollywood star IS a wife-beater - as he faces ruin over claims he hit Amber Heard 14 times during their turbulent relationship (24:15) Want to Go On Vacation? Dream On The new way to travel during the pandemic is "dream tourism." That's where you train yourself to DREAM about being on exotic vacations since we all know we're not going on any actual vacations for a while. If this sounds unbelievable, studies have found anywhere from 38% to 75% of people can influence their dreams if they use the right techniques. You can download a guide for pandemic dream tourism from a company called Love Home Swap. (29:20) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak A bunch of kids in California did a Halloween parade outside a nursing home to cheer people up. And a retirement home in Iowa did a "Booze N' Tattoos" event last week where they could get a temporary tattoo and a REAL beer. One guy got pistols on each bicep to show off his "guns." He joked that he'd always wanted a tattoo, and got a pair of them just so he could have TWO beers. A five-year-old girl in New York named Egypt Bush has published three children's books during the pandemic, including one about first responders called "Superhero Town". She's now sold around a thousand copies since June. 56% of parents have played more video games with their kids during the pandemic, just to spend more time with them. The average parent has added an extra five hours of video games a week. For two months, a guy in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has been standing on a street corner six days a week, waving at drivers and holding signs that say things like, "You're important" and "Red or Blue, I love you." \ (39:20) Dumbass of the Day A Woman Tries to Dine-and-Dash Through the Ceiling Vents But Crashes Through . . . and It's All on Video A Doctor Was Fooled into Buying "Aladdin's Lamp" Featuring a Fake Genie A woman who hid her gun in a plant outside of Disney World tried to pin it on her six-year-old . . . but surveillance video showed she was lying. Firefighters Have to Rescue Three Dudes Trapped in a Dryer (50:55) Holy Shower North Carolina pastor steps down from job after a woman accused him of peeing on her during a Delta flight, reports saySupport the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
62 minutes | 4 months ago
L.A. Win The World Series, but can’t dodge the Covid
(0:00) Show Open: L.A. Win The World Series, but can’t dodge the Covid Dodgers clinch World Series crown but now face QUARANTINE after player was pulled mid-game for testing positive for COVID... and he returned maskless to celebrate Hundreds of Trump supporters stuck in the cold for hours when buses can't reach Omaha rally (13:05) Entertainment News Jon Stewart Is Returning to TV Kim Kardashian Is "So Humbled and Blessed" That She Can Escape the Coronavirus on a Private Island "Borat" Was Streamed by "Tens of Millions of Customers" (26:15) OMG: The Most Terrifying Story Of The Year A guy in New York City who was waiting for a bus fell into a sinkhole that was so filled with rats, he couldn't yell because they were going in his mouth. (Full Story) (30:55) Five New Dating Terms Thanks to Coronavirus Modern dating has so many ridiculous nuances that it requires its own vocabulary . . . I mean, there WAS a time when none of us had heard of "ghosting" or "catfishing" or "swiping." And now the pandemic has led to a whole NEW list of terms to describe unique dating situations. Here are some of the best ones . . . COVID-worthy, "a quality a potential match should have before you consider risking an in-person date." sexually distancing, "when you heroically pause your sex life so as to not spread coronavirus." virtual date, "a date held on Zoom, FaceTime, et. al." quarantine and chill, "when you hunker down with a romantic prospect, partly out of boredom, partly out of horniness." antibody-boy and antibody-girl, "a person who brags about having antibodies on a dating app, hoping it will lead to more matches." (Huffington Post) (Here are even more terms you can check out.) (41:25) Six Things Parents Will Do Instead of Trick-or-Treating Halloween scavenger hunts. Some parents are doing them in small groups, which can still be risky. So if you really want to stay safe, keep it in the family and hide candy around your place Easter Egg-style. Movie nights and indoor picnics. A lot of parents are ordering pizza, watching scary movies, playing games, and letting kids have as much candy as they want. Outdoor costume parties and parades. They're fairly low-risk if everyone wears a mask and stays six feet away. But that's not always easy with kids. Pumpkin carving. We usually do it before Halloween. But it's a good thing to SAVE for Halloween this year, because it burns time and keeps kids occupied. Halloween piñatas. They're a decent replacement for trick-or-treating, because your kids still get to be surprised by what kind of candy they get. Costume parties on Zoom, so they can show off their outfits. You can keep it casual, or make it a contest where people vote, and the best costumes earn the most candy. Just make sure you've got enough on hand to pay them out. (Huff Post / JSOnline) (52:10) Dumbass of the Day Thieves Break Into an Escape Room, Crack the Safe . . . But Only Find Riddles Inside Florida Man Steals Bulldozer, Mows Down Biden Signs, Claims To Have Been Drunk: Police Massive 'fetish party' broken up by German police for breaking COVID-19 restrictions PSA: Don't Super Glue Vampire Teeth in Your Mouth Like Other People on TikTok Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
72 minutes | 4 months ago
COVID Decreases Your IQ By How Much?
(0:00) Show Open: Sahuarita is Spanish for Buzz Kills??? Sahuarita adopts ordinance to ban recreational marijuana stores if Prop 207 passes (13:45) Entertainment News Kazakhstan Is Finally Accepting Borat, and Even Using His Catchphrase in Tourism Ads 'Moral compass' babysitter in 'Borat' movie feels 'betrayed' L.A. Lakers’ DWIGHT HOWARD's 12-year-old son says he's a deadbeat dad. Nxivm Leader Keith Raniere 'Is Not Sorry': Lawyer (26:45) COVID Brain Coronavirus causes 'brain fog' that can knock eight points off your IQ as if the mind has aged a decade, research suggests Coronavirus causes 'brain fog' that can knock eight points off your IQ as if the mind has aged a decade...That’s 8 Points Too Many for Most Two-Thirds of People Working Remotely Miss Some Things About the Office . . . Here's the Top 10 According to a new survey, two-thirds of people who are working remotely right now says there are things they miss about the office. And here are the top 10 . . . Being face-to-face with other people. Office banter. Being able to just ask a question out loud and not having to send a message. Working in a team. Their desk. Hearing office gossip. Their chair. Catching up about people's weekends. The printer. Going on walks with coworkers during their lunch break. (Raja Workplace) (31:45) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak An annual study found the average American's credit score actually went UP six points this year. Possibly because people used some of their bailout money to pay down debt. A guy in the U.K. is raising money for charity by drawing bad pictures of people's pets. He says he's not much of an artist, but people liked a goofy drawing he did of his dog. And now he's got a backlog of 1,000 requests. Instead of paying him, he asks people to donate to help end homelessness, and he's raised over $28,000 so far. Here's the SWEETEST wedding we've seen this year: Two weeks ago, a couple in Oklahoma got married in the same Dunkin' Donuts drive-thru where they first met. John Thompson was a regular in 2015, and hit it off with a woman who worked there named Sugar Good. Yes, that's her real name. But she's Sugar Thompson now. For the wedding, he pulled around in his truck . . . waited in line like normal . . . placed his usual order . . . and they exchanged vows at the drive-thru window. (41:45) Dumbass of the Day A Restaurant Thief Is Busted When He Takes a Nap in the Bathroom Next to a Half-Eaten Cheesecake A drunk guy in Pennsylvania was arrested after he was running around at 5:00 A.M. screaming he was the son of God and throwing mailboxes. Billionaire accused of blaring ‘Gilligan’s Island’ song on loop to torment neighbor FL Pastor and Son Accused of Sexual Cyberharassment by High School Cheerleader (56:05) Robert Englund (Freddie Krueger) Promoting: HALLOWEEN!! Veteran character actor Robert Englund was born in Glendale, California, to Janis (MacDonald) and John Kent Englund, an aeronautics engineer. Since 1973, Robert has appeared in over 75 feature films and starred in four TV series. He has starred alongside Oscar-winners Henry Fonda, Susan Sarandon and Jeff Bridges. Since 1984 he's achieved international fame as the iconic boogeyman Freddy Krueger in the hit franchise A Nightmare on Elm Street and its seven sequels. Englund has guest starred in hundreds of hours of TV most recently Bones, Criminal Minds and Hawaii 5-0. He will soon be seen starring in the horror film Fear Clinic, and the English thriller The Last Showing, he can be heard as the voice of the Evil Beaver in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon show.Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
64 minutes | 4 months ago
Borat Catches Rudy With His Hand Down His Pants
(0:00) Show Open: Borat Traps Trump Rat Rudy Today is National Nut Day. Thanks to Borat, we know how Rudy prepares to celebrate! Giuliani Appears to Touch Himself in Borat Scene Giuliani on That Borat Scene: 'I Was Tucking in My Shirt' (14:40) Entertainment News Matthew McConaughey Turned Down $14.5 Million When He Quit Rom-Coms Jared Leto Returns as the Joker in the New Cut of "Justice League" Ozzy Osbourne Blames His Bad Year on a Haunted Doll Remember THE AMAZING RANDI? He was a magician who also used to go around debunking phony psychics and bogus paranormal claims. He died this week of age-related causes. He was 92. (27:45) If the bullets don’t hit you, that ass is to die for Model mom! OnlyFans star, 26, opens fire on two burglars armed with Uzis who attacked her husband and son (33:05) What's the Moment When You Realized "Wow, I'm Old"? People on Reddit are sharing their "Wow, I'm old" moments right now. Here are some of the best ones . . . "When I fell down at work and no one laughed, instead three people came running over to make sure I was okay." "I found myself grunting and groaning to bend over to tie my shoes." "When I went to a music festival and slept in a tent after five years of not doing so. I needed to get home and take a real shower." "When my son could outrun me." "Instead of growing facial hair to look older, I'm shaving it to look younger." "I had to explain to someone how we used to organize meeting up before cell phones. It was like I was explaining how to split an atom." 7."When I spotted a gray hair . . . down there." (Reddit) Masked bandits: Raccoons caught red-handed breaking into California bank (43:55) Dumbass of the Day A Guy Caught Pleasuring Himself in Truck Claims He Was Playing Air Drums A Drunk Guy Breaks into a McDonald's Looking for McNuggets and Is Confused Why No One's Inside Two men were arrested in Arkansas after they cut off a man's junk . . . and the guy was a, quote, "willing participant." Miami attorney, 41, is unmasked by the FBI as an armed robber who had struck at five banks in the past three weeks and was arrested on his way to a sixth (54:00) Steve Byrne STEVE BYRNE / “THE OPENING ACT” NEW FILM - “THE OPENING ACT” (released October 16th) currently available in select theatres, On Demand (Apple, iTunes, Amazon, etc.) and Digital HD. Steve wrote and directed “The Opening Act” "THE OPENING ACT" SYNOPSIS: Will Chu (Jimmy O. Yang) appears to have it all - the job, the girl - but what's missing is his true passion in life. He wants to become a stand-up comedian. When he gets the opportunity he's been waiting for, the emcee slot on the road opening for his hero Billy G., the realities of life on the stage come crashing in. Between relentless hecklers, drunk comedy groupies and hard-to-impress morning radio DJs, things get off to a rough start. Even if he can take the opportunity to learn from his idols and overcome the challenges, Will still needs to decide if he should continue with the life he has, or pursue the one he has always dreamt of - the life of a comedian. “The Opening Act” stars: Jimmy O. Yang ("Silicon Valley"), Jermaine Fowler, Cedric the Entertainer, Ken Jeong Alex Moffat, Neal Brennan, Debby Ryan, Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, and Russell Peters among others… Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
71 minutes | 4 months ago
Pat Robertson Predicts End Times...Again
(0:00) Show Open: Pat Robertson Predicts End Times...Again Pat Robertson predicts Trump will win election before asteroid strikes earth (11:05) Entertainment News Nicolas Cage Once Turned $200 Into $20K At A Casino, Promptly Donated It All To An Orphanage, And Never Gambled Again Avengers assemble: Robert Downey Jr. leads his Marvel co-stars in defending Chris Pratt after woke warriors attacked him for his conservative politics and Christian faith Bill Cosby Smiles in New Mugshot SUSAN SARANDON says CHER stole her part in "The Witches of Eastwick". . . possibly by sleeping with a producer. (26:25) Interview: Aisha Tyler Promoting: Archer new episodes airing Wednesdays 10pm on FXX ..next day on FX on Hulu Aisha Tyler is an award-winning director, actor, comedian, bestselling author, podcaster and activist. She voices superspy Lana Kane on F/XX’s Emmy-winning hit animated comedy Archer, the winner of four back-to-back Television Critics’ Choice Awards, currently airing its 11th season. She is host of Amazon’s weekly show Prime Rewind, an after-show for its hit series The Boys, which explores in detail themes and issues suggested in the episodes. Aisha was a series regular on the hit CBS show “Criminal Minds,” which aired its series finale in February 2020, and for which she also directed two episodes. She continues to host the CW’s hit improv show, Whose Line Is It Anyway, and is a main character voice for the Disney+ series Monsters at Work, based on the popular film Monsters, Inc. In addition, Aisha is an entrepreneur, launching a line of premium, ready to drink bottled cocktails she personally created and developed, called Courage+Stone, in 2020. The company has grown more than 600% throughout the year. Aisha was a co-host for seven seasons of CBS’s Emmy-winning daytime show The Talk, which she departed in September 2017 to focus more on acting and directing. She hosted her own nighttime talk show, “Unapologetic” on AMC, which focused on female-centric issues, particularly informed by the current social and political climates. Aisha is well-remembered for her character arc on Friends, where she was the first African-American to have a long-standing role on the show. Her feature film directing debut, the thriller AXIS, premiered 2017, and the won the Outstanding Achievement in Feature Filmmaking award at the 2017 Newport Beach Film Festival, then had a theatrical run at Arclight Hollywood, Landmark NYC and Drafthouse, Austin, Texas. Currently, she is directing several television projects. A San Francisco native, Ms. Tyler graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in Government and Environmental Policy. An avid gamer and passionate advocate (and occasional adversary) of the gaming community, Aisha’s voice can be heard in the video games Halo:Reach; Gears of War 3, and Watch Dogs. She is a board member of Planned Parenthood, and is an advocate for causes including the International Rescue Committee, Family Violence Prevention Fund, Doctors Without Borders and more. Aisha is a bourbon and hard rock fan, a snowboarder and sci-fi obsessive. Official site: HYPERLINK "http://www.aishatyler.com"http://www.aishatyler.com (37:35) Dumbass of the Day A woman in Louisiana tried to throw her bag of meth out of her car window when she got pulled over . . . but the bag hit the cop right in his leg. Police Track Down a Taco Bell Burglar . . . And Find He's Already in Jail for Robbing a Different Taco Bell Florida Man Filmed Ramming A Luxury Yacht Into Other Boats And Causing Absurd Damage While Destroying A Marina A Million-Dollar Flying Squirrel Trafficking Ring in Florida Has Been Busted The world’s smartest dumbass? Man steals $1000 in merchandise using a kool aid packet (47:55) How Do You Deal with Your Bad Breath Underneath Your Mask? Wearing face masks has REALLY made everyone realize how bad their breath gets over the course of a day. And since we're not going to brush our teeth more often . . . God forbid, right? . . . we need other solutions. According to a new survey, 40% of people have started popping MINTS to deal with their bad mask breath. 38% chew more gum, and 22% eat hard candies. Now you know. (PR Newswire) (55:15) Frank's $1000 Chair has a tearSupport the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
65 minutes | 5 months ago
The Scariest Movie Of All Time According To Science Is...
(0:00) Show Open: AZ bathes in Cowboys Tears Murray has happy homecoming, Cards cruise past Cowboys 38-10 Extremely Depressed Cowboys Fan Being Comforted By His Girlfriend On ‘Monday Night Football’ Becomes An Instant Meme (13:45) Entertainment News Jeff Bridges, 70, reveals he has been diagnosed with lymphoma in message quoting his Big Lebowski character The Dude - but insists 'the prognosis is good' Troy Aikman and Joe Buck perfectly slam flyovers amid COVID-19 pandemic on hot mic Carole Baskin from "Tiger King" Is Bisexual Seth Rogen Says ‘Borat 2’ Has ‘A Few Of The Funniest Scenes I’ve Ever Seen In A Movie’ (25:30) Is this part of the show? Tourists Get Suprise at zoo Bears Kill Zoo Worker in Front of Tourists (32:50) Science Says That the Scariest Movie of All Time Is . . . What's the scariest movie you've ever seen? If it's not "Sinister", then you're WRONG. Because science just determined that it's the ACTUAL scariest movie of all time. "Sinister" stars ETHAN HAWKE as a true crime writer who moves into a house where a family was murdered and . . . stuff happens. It came out in 2012. So how was this decided? Someone chose 50 horror movies, then had 50 people sit down and watch them all . . . and their heart rates were monitored the whole time. Fifty movies isn't exactly a comprehensive overview of the horror genre, but they chose them based on their ratings on IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes. And the list did include many of the supposedly scariest films of all time. "Insidious" came in second. The test subjects reacted to both of the top movies with an average heart rate of 86 beats per minute. "Sinister" won for keeping their hearts pounding for the entire movie, while "Insidious" got the biggest jump scare. (They didn't identify the actual scene with the biggest jump scare, but it was probably this one.) Here are the Top 20 scariest movies, and the average heart rates they generated: (tie) "Sinister" and "Insidious", 86 beats per minute. "The Conjuring", 85 bpm. "Hereditary", 83 bpm. "Paranormal Activity", 82 bpm. "It Follows", 81 bpm. (tie) "The Conjuring 2" and "The Babadook", 80 bpm. (tie) "The Descent", "The Visit", and "The Ring", 79 bpm. (tie) "A Quiet Place" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street", 78 bpm. (tie) "Halloween", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", "28 Days Later", and "The Exorcist", 77 bpm. "Hush", 76 bpm. "It", 75 bpm. "Scream", 73 bpm. It's interesting that everything in the Top 10 came out within the last 20 years. THEN you start seeing more classic stuff. It's kind of amazing that legendary flicks like "Halloween", "Chainsaw", and "The Exorcist" don't even make the Top 10, but tastes change. I mean, people were terrified of the old "Frankenstein" and "Dracula" movies when they first came out in the '30s and '40s. Some other classic movies that appear further down the list include "The Omen", "The Shining", "Alien", "The Thing", and "Friday the 13th". (Bro Bible) (43:15) Dumbass of the Day A Guy Accidentally Burns Down His Trailer Trying to Scare Away Raccoons A Guy with the Last Name "Crook" Is Busted for Stealing Things Twice in One Day A Brawl Breaks Out After a Guy Passes Gas in an Uber Tampa CEO accused of using startup funds on escorts, trips and strip club visits (53:50) Ambien Awakenings A guy in the Netherlands with a brain injury that keeps him from talking was temporarily CURED by taking Ambien . . . and he asked for fast food. (Full Story)Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
68 minutes | 5 months ago
Pretty Fly on a White Guy with Pink Eye
(0:00) Show Open: Pretty Fly and A Pink Eye The Vice Presidential Debate was last night, and a fly landed on the VP’s head and pretty much stole the show. LeBron James Fired Off A Hilarious Joke About The Huge Fly That Landed On Mike Pence’s Head During The Vice Presidential Debate 'Pitch in $5 to help this campaign fly': Joe Biden pokes fun at Mike Pence after a fly landed on his head in VP debate - while Twitter users call for him to get tested for COVID due to his pink eye Kids Won't Be Sitting on Santa's Lap This Year Children everywhere WON'T have to be traumatized by sitting on Santa's lap this year for the sake of an overpriced mall photo. Most malls around the country are making their Christmas plans. And those plans DO include Santa . . . but DON'T include sitting on his lap. They're planning to hold no-contact Santa visits including masks, plexiglass dividers, and photos from six feet away. Some malls will even have Santa sit inside a giant snow globe, or be behind a giant picture frame. And in some areas, Santas will be available for Zoom calls with kids who don't feel safe coming to the mall. The big reason for doing this is mall Santas' health. According to a guy who runs a Santa school in Atlanta, quote, "Santas are typically in a minimum of two high-risk categories . . . over age 65 and overweight." (CBS 3 - Philadelphia) (15:20) Entertainment News Country Singer Morgan Wallen is DROPPED as this week's musical guest on Saturday Night Live after he was caught partying maskless days before the show John Daly, A God Amongst Men, Makes Hole-In-One In Charity Event While Barefoot Ellen DeGeneres Show drops 38% in the ratings as viewership takes a nosedive following toxic workplace scandal Mariah Carey Says She and Her Fiancé James Packer Didn't Have Sex (28:25) Stupid Question Of The Day Are Virtual First Dates Actually Better Than Face-to-Face First Dates? Here's one we didn't see coming: Virtual first dates might actually have some real advantages over face-to-face first dates. According to a new survey, about two-thirds of people say they've liked virtual dating this year. They save you time if the date isn't good . . . they last an average of 26 minutes less. They save you money, an average of $23 per date. And they still WORK . . . people say they can usually tell if they have a connection with someone in just 30 seconds of a video chat. Of course, they aren't perfect. You miss out on the little body language hints, the chance to size up someone in person, and, of course, the potential for doing all sorts of filthy things to each other if the date goes well. But one in four people say they want to keep doing virtual first dates even once the pandemic is over because it's a good way to at least screen out bad prospects. (Daily Express) (33:15) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak A lot of couples have had to postpone weddings this year, but it hasn't given many of them cold feet. 82% say that going through the pandemic together has made them want to marry the person even more. A 48-year-old guy from Long Island named Scott Cohen almost died of COVID-19 in April. But he got plasma from a woman named Abbie Park who'd already beaten the virus. And her antibodies helped HIM beat it too. They just met up in person for the first time on Tuesday, and he thanked her for saving his life. You might be able to travel overseas without quarantining soon. A new "COVID passport" system is being tested for the first time at London-Heathrow Airport this week. There's an app that stores info on when your last test was. And once there's a vaccine, you could use it to prove you've been vaccinated. Earlier this year, a guy in New York named Woody Latour started hanging posters outside his house with lame dad jokes on them, just to lift people's spirits. And he's still at it. Here's his most recent one: "Out of all the inventions in the last 100 years, the dry erase board is probably the most RE-MARKABLE." (42:40) Dumbass of the Day A Man Is Busted for Trying to Arrange a Threesome with a Horse An Arson Suspect Is Arrested When He Hops on the Fire Truck Some scammers were going door-to-door in California claiming they were collecting money for the local high school football team. But they were caught when they went to one of the coaches' houses. Ballsy Pizza Delivery Guy Caught On Video Rubbing Customer’s Ice Cream On His Crotch (51:50) What's the One Thing You Still Need to Vent About Even After All These Years? There's a discussion on Reddit right now where people are venting about something in their past they're STILL angry or annoyed about, even after all these years. Here are some of the best things people just can't let go of . . . "In fifth grade, a science test asked 'Are there any stars in the solar system?' I said yes. He marked it wrong. I went up and said, 'What about the sun?' He said he meant all the other stars and kept it marked wrong. I'm over 50 years old now." "I was suspended for vandalizing the school even though I didn't do it. Four days later I was allowed to come back because they found who actually did it. I just got an apology." "I went on maternity leave. The woman they hired to cover for me was paid $3 more an hour. She couldn't keep up and messed up several things I had to correct when I came back. When I asked for a raise, they offered me 50 cents." "Our wedding photographer left part of their lens cap on so every photo has a massive black ring. No good photos from the wedding." "When my mom accidentally put my sister's name on my birthday cake. Pretty horrible way to turn 13." (Reddit) Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
65 minutes | 5 months ago
The World Reacts To the Passing Of Eddie Van Halen
(0:00) Show Open: RIP Eddie Van Halen Eddie Van Halen Lost His Battle with Cancer VAN HALEN guitarist EDDIE VAN HALEN died yesterday, after what his son WOLFGANG called a "long and arduous battle with cancer." He was 65. Wolfie added, quote, "He was the best father I could ask for. Every moment I've shared with him on and off stage was a gift. My heart is broken and I don't think I'll ever recover from this loss. I love you so much, Pop." Wolfgang was at the hospital when Eddie passed, along with his mother VALERIE BERTINELLI, Eddie's brother ALEX, and Eddie's current wife Janie. Eddie and Valerie were married from 1981 to 2007. Eddie was first treated for tongue cancer in 2000. Although he was a longtime smoker, he blamed it on years of holding metal guitar picks in his mouth. Last year it was revealed that he had been battling throat cancer for several years, and flying to Germany for radiation treatment. According to TMZ, the cancer had spread to his brain and the rest of his organs, and he went downhill quickly over the last few days. ("Rolling Stone" has a good career retrospective.) Here are some of the tributes: David Lee Roth: "What a long great trip it's been." Former Van Halen singer Sammy Hagar: "Heartbroken and speechless. My love to the family." Former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony: "No words . . . Heartbroken, my love to the family. Valerie Bertinelli: "I'm so grateful Wolfie and I were able to hold you in your last moments. I will see you in our next life my love." (13:20) Entertainment News Netflix Has Been Indicted in Texas Over "Cuties" "Saturday Night Live" Had to Pay Their Audience Is there anyone in the world who can't pronounce the word "corona" at this point? Yep . . . WENDY WILLIAMS. Ed Sheeran Was Once Told To Dye His Hair Black In Order To Be Famous (28:05) One in Four Single People Had Sex with Their Roommate During Quarantine Match.com just released the results of a new survey about how single people have been handling their getting-it-on needs during the quarantine. And 24% say they had sex with their, quote, "non-romantic" ROOMMATE. In other words, they were stuck in the house together, so they got-it-on for the first time. The survey also found 16% of single people say they've been getting-it-on with THEMSELVES more often during the pandemic. 26% of people have broken up with someone they'd been dating during the pandemic . . . and 11% of people have gotten back together with their ex. (PR Newswire) A Study Finds Guys with Deep, Sexy Voices Are More Likely to Cheat A new study found men with deep, sexy voices might be more likely to SLEEP AROUND. Researchers polled 116 men and 145 women, and asked how likely they were to stay faithful in a relationship on a scale from 1 to 7. And they found that men with deep voices were more likely to admit they'd probably cheat at some point. The people behind the study think it might have to do with testosterone. Guys with deeper voices tend to have more of it. And previous studies have found links between testosterone and cheating. The researchers admit it was a small sample size though, so it doesn't prove anything. And they didn't find any link between women's cheating habits, and how high or low their voice is. (NY Post) (34:15) Masks Work Coronavirus cases in Arizona declined by 75% during the summer after the governor implements a mask mandate (44:35) Dumbass of the Day Man who used fake money at Tucson casino assaults federal officer, A Library Employee Is Busted for Stealing $1.3 Million of Printer Toner Over 12 Years A Woman Is Busted Trying to Sell a Stolen Ring Back to the Jewelry Store It Was Stolen From A guy in Michigan pooped in an empty box at a Meijer store, then put it on the shelf. The cops are trying to track him down. (54:35) Hackers Can Get Into a Hi-Tech Male Chastity Belt and Remotely Lock It There's a hi-tech male chastity belt on the market called the Cellmate. It's controlled by an app. But a team of security researchers in the U.K. just found a flaw in its code that could let hackers remotely lock EVERY single one of these chastity belts at the same time. And there's no manual override, so all of the dudes would need to be power sawed out of them, which is obviously REALLY dangerous. Fortunately, this security team found the flaw before hackers did . . . and the company that makes the Cellmate was able to patch it up to make it more secure. Anyway, I'm not sure this story is going to motivate you to buy a hi-tech, possibly hackable male chastity belt . . . but if you want one, you can get a new, patched Cellmate for around $190. (BBC) (Here's a safe for work photo.)Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
69 minutes | 5 months ago
Murder Hornets are now in a slaughter phase?
(0:00) Show Open: Local Sprouts Maskhole Gets Charged Father-Son facing charges for Sprouts incident ‘Thank you to everyone who ruined your lives with us’: Meet Rack Bar & Grill closes after 25 years (14:40) Entertainment News Kim Kardashian Confirms Kanye West Had A ‘Scary’ Case Of COVID-19 In March Netflix has reversed course and canceled "GLOW", after initially renewing it for a fourth season. Harvey Weinstein is facing six new sexual assault charges. (27:55) Murder Hornets Slaughter Phase Apparently the murder hornets have now entered their "slaughter phase" where they go around looking for bees to kill. (Full Story) (33:30) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak A team of scientists in India have developed a cheap paper test for coronavirus that almost works like a pregnancy test. It could become a real game changer in terms of our ability to test ourselves at home in an affordable, accurate, fast way. There's a guy in California named Mitchell Couch who's been building desks for low-income students who need a place to set up for remote learning. He's already built dozens of desks for people in the community. A new study found wearing a face mask does NOT lead to a buildup of carbon dioxide or restrict a person's oxygen. So we can all drop THAT excuse. An elderly Vietnam veteran in Washington who was working as an elementary school volunteer made such an impact on the kids that a lot of them are now keeping in touch as pen pals . . . and even volunteering to check up on him or walk his dog. People all over have begun embracing a Dutch concept called "niksen" during the pandemic . . . that's a way of de-stressing by doing NOTHING. You just give yourself permission to spend time looking out a window, daydreaming, or hanging with your pet. (47:00) Dumbass of the Day A Mother and Son Who Shot at a Guy in a Road Rage Incident Will Both Go to Prison The president of an HOA in Florida has been busted embezzling more than $20,000 to buy stamps and lawn equipment. A couple that was having sex on a beach in Israel was fined for breaking coronavirus regulations. Naked Mom Zoom Bombs Sons 3rd Grade Classroom (57:45) Your Taste in Music Depends on Your Parents' Height? According to a new study, a baby develops a love for either faster music or slower music based on their parents' HEIGHT. Shorter parents tend to have babies who like faster music, taller parents tend to have babies who like slow jams. The researchers think it's because shorter parents take faster steps when they're walking around with the baby . . . so the baby likes that faster rhythm. Quote, "Their experience of walking is at the rate of the person who's carrying them around [so] they're getting lots of experience at that tempo." So does that preference carry over as you get older? It would certainly make sense, although there will need to be more studies to figure it out. (Daily Mail)Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
60 minutes | 5 months ago
There's an Erotic Novel Where a Scientist Has Sex with Coronavirus
(0:00) Show Open: Eff Covid, Passionately An Erotic Novel Where a Scientist Has Sex with Coronavirus Is Going Viral An erotic romance novel where a scientist falls in love with and gets-it-on with coronavirus has gone viral. It's called "Kissing the Coronavirus", and in it, an evil scientist catches the virus, and it turns him into a human version of the virus that the main character can now have sex with. And it has writing like, quote, "Alexa felt a rush of excitement every time she picked up the Corona sample, like a pulsating, erect penis, desperate to unleash its devastation on anyone who touched it." (15:25) Entertainment News Some Evil Human Being Sucker-Punched Rick Moranis Chrissy Metz goes Instagram official with new boyfriend Bradley Collins Tommy Lee says he drank 2 gallons of vodka a day before latest rehab stint (27:30) Do You Believe Her or No? Sharon Osbourne, 67, and Ozzy, 71, still have sex a 'couple of times a week' Also, I’d buy this issue Hello Dolly! Parton, 74, reveals she's in talks to pose for Playboy more than 40 years after she graced its cover in a bunny suit (32:35) RACHEL DRATCH Actress & Comedian Stars in New Mo Willems Comedy Special on HBO Max Rachel Dratch is best known for her time on ‘Saturday Night Live’, where she created many memorable characters including “Debbie Downer”. She appeared regularly on the newest season of ‘SNL’, portraying Senator Amy Klobuchar. Her other TV credits include: ‘Shameless’, ‘The Good Fight’, ‘Parks and Recreation’, ‘‘Inside Amy Schumer’, ’30 Rock’, & ‘The King of Queens’. On the big screen, Rachael has appeared in ‘Wine Country’, ‘Sisters’, ‘Click’, ‘I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry’, & ‘Spring Breakdown’. Rachel currently stars, along with Anthony Anderson, Natalie Morales, Tony Hale, and others in the new comedy special ‘ and the Storytime All-Stars Present: Don’t Let the Pigeon Do Storytime!’, now available on HBO Max. (42:50) Dumbass of the Day Police Busting a Drug Ring Find a Thorough "How-To" Manual for the Entire Operation A Woman Turned in Her Meth to the Cops Because It Was "Junk" A guy on the border between Canada and Washington state who owns a bed-and-breakfast called Smuggler's Inn has been busted for helping sneak seven illegal migrants into Canada. The police in Pennsylvania went to a house for a domestic issue and the guy inside said he was a federal officer and he'd arrest the cops for interfering. He wasn't, though . . . and he was arrested on several charges. (52:40) Ye Old Crapper Five hundred-year-old excrement from Medieval toilets reveals how changes in diet since the 15th Century may have triggered diseases such as irritable bowels, allergies and obesitySupport the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
61 minutes | 5 months ago
Now in 2020, We Have "Super Pigs" invading America
(0:00) Show Open University of Arizona says 'legal action' possible if coronavirus cases continue to surge Today is the Fall Equinox . . . National Ice Cream Cone Day . . . National Singles Day . . . and National Voter Registration Day. (14:00) Entertainment News 'Ellen turned my trauma into a joke': Former employees and critics pan DeGeneres for her 'tone deaf', 'disingenuous' and 'half-hearted' monologue responding to claims she runs a toxic work environment '2 Christ 2 Passionate': Twitter users mock the Passion of the Christ sequel by proposing hilarious titles for the film after actor Jim Caveziel confirmed a surprise second installment MICHAEL JORDAN and DENNY HAMLIN are starting a racing team . . . and their first driver is BUBBA WALLACE. (26:30) More People Are Watching "Cuties" on Netflix Because of the Controversy The controversy over the French coming-of-age film "Cuties" caused a lot of people to cancel their Netflix subscriptions. But it also caused a lot of people to WATCH THE MOVIE. According to a Hollywood research and marketing firm, 52% of the people who watched it did so ONLY because of all the fuss. And another 29% said it was a major reason. And 72% of them said they thought the controversy was "overblown" after they actually saw it.(Hollywood Reporter) (33:25) 2020: Enter The Super Pigs? America is facing a 'time-bomb' explosion of millions of 'super pigs' that can reproduce at three months old, grow up to 400lbs and destroy thousands of square miles of farms and livestock (45:40) Dumbass of the Day A Guy Is Arrested for Kidnapping a Car Salesman During a Test Drive A guy in Nebraska who put a fake bomb in downtown Omaha last week also was found with 863 pounds of marijuana in his car. The police in Australia busted a guy with more than 500 pounds of meth in his van . . . after he crashed into two parked police cars outside of a station. Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
61 minutes | 6 months ago
Celebrities Protest Facebook and "Freeze" Instagram?
(0:00) Show Open: Can We Take Down Facebook? The FTC is 'preparing possible antitrust lawsuit against Facebook' after year-long investigation Kim Kardashian is joined by Leonardo DiCaprio and a slew of stars for 'freeze' Instagram day as Hollywood decides to protest 'hate speech' on the Mark Zuckerberg-owned platform (13:10) Entertainment News Chris Evans Admits He Was "Embarrassed" by That Picture of His Junk "South Park" Is Doing a One-Hour Special on the Coronavirus Roy Jones Jr. Thinks He Made a Mistake Agreeing to Fight Mike Tyson Neil Patrick Harris Had COVID-19 (24:00) Is It Okay to Have Sex When You're Staying in Someone's Guest Bedroom? Travel is obviously going to look a lot different this holiday season than in the past, but tons of people are still going to wind up staying in people's guest bedrooms. And when they're there . . . will they GET-IT-ON? A new survey asked people if it's acceptable to have sex with your partner when you're staying in the guest bedroom at someone's house. 45% of people say it's acceptable . . . 31% say it's not . . . and 23% aren't sure. Men are WAY more likely than women to say it's acceptable, for what it's worth. (YouGov) (29:55) Brad’s Going To Las Vegas (40:25) Dumbass of the Day A Police Helicopter Pilot Gets a Burglary Alert from His Doorbell Cam and Hunts Them Down A guy in England was spotted using a snake as a face mask . . . he had it wrapped around his face on a bus. ANTI-MASKER:'YOU'RE GONNA HAVE TO DRAG ME OUT!!!' Police Take Him Up On It Toy Store Worker Accidentally Plays "WAP" by Cardi B (49:25) Keeping It Classy A Mountain Dew Margarita Is Coming to Red Lobster Mountain Dew was originally invented in the 1940s just to be a mixer for alcoholic drinks. So this is a real "come full circle" moment for it. Red Lobster just announced they're adding a MOUNTAIN DEW MARGARITA to their menu. It's called the Dew-garita. From the picture, it looks just as bright green as you'd expect, and there's some red salt on the rim. It should hit Red Lobsters starting this month.(Delish) Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
68 minutes | 6 months ago
Anti-Mask Rallies Attract People Who Misquote Memes
(0:00) Show Open For the first time in its existence, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is going to be TV-only . . . there will still be balloons, floats, and performers, but they won't walk through the streets and there are no spectators allowed. 'Last ditch effort': UA, Pima County tell students to shelter in place or 'drastic changes' will be needed (24:05) Entertainment News The Family of Carole Baskin's Missing Husband Ran an Ad During "Dancing with the Stars" Kendall Jenner Came Out . . . As a Stoner After "losing" a long-distance drum battle with a 10-year-old girl, DAVE GROHL wrote her a theme song. Kanye goes on strike: Star says no more music till his contract ends as he launches into another rant calling himself the 'new Moses' and demands an APOLOGY from Drake (32:45) Sex On The Brain Scientists have discovered the area of the brain that controls sexual desire in men. It's an area called "the entire brain." HI-YO! No but really they found it. (Full Story) (44:00) This Week Is Mask-Holes An anti-masker, conspiracy theory-loving mom in the U.S. is getting blasted after she said she grounded her teenage daughter for wearing a mask. A guy in Pennsylvania was arrested for throwing frozen pizzas at a grocery store manager who asked him to put on a face mask. Two guys walked into a jewelry store in India wearing face masks on Friday . . . rubbed on some hand sanitizer . . . then pulled out guns and robbed the place. (44:00) Dumbass of the Day Maskless woman at KFC hops on counter, demands service A Guy Steals a Thong Hanging to Dry . . . Without Realizing It's a Man's Thong Someone Breaks Into a House, Doesn't Steal Anything . . . But Does Poop in the Dishwasher A guy in Indiana shot up the inside of his house after he did meth and thought imaginary people had broken in. (54:15) Six Fairly Cheap Products That Make the Pandemic a Little Easier What's your best pandemic purchase so far? And is there anything small you've bought that's made things easier? Here are a few we've seen that people swear by, that all cost $30 or less . . . Anti-fog spray for people with glasses. You spray it on, and it keeps your glasses from fogging up when you wear a mask. There's a brand on Amazon called Fog Gone that costs 10 bucks a bottle. Mask extenders, so your ears don't hurt. They fit around the back of your head, so your mask won't pull on your ears all day. You can get a four-pack on Amazon for $7. An electric milk frother. So you can make fancy coffee without going to Starbucks. They're easy to use and only cost about $15. Soundproofing strips that fit around the edge of a door. They're a cheap way to get a little more peace and quiet in your home office. You can do one door for $9. A mask with a clear plastic window, so people can see your mouth. You probably don't need it all the time, but they make it a little easier for people to understand you. So they're good for work. You can get them on Etsy for $25. 6. A selfie ring light. They're the easiest way to light yourself and look better in video calls. You can get a cheaper one for about 25 bucks. (BuzzFeed) Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
66 minutes | 6 months ago
Captain America Has America's Ass, Shows America's Penis
(0:00) Show Open 'It's the Hellifornia wildfire': 'Firenado' is captured swirling in California during blazes that have razed at least 3 million acres of the West Coast and killed 35 people (12:45) Entertainment News Chris Evans Accidentally Posted a Picture of His Junk In 2014, HarperCollins paid LINDSAY LOHAN $365,000 to write a book. She never did. Now they want their money back. "Saturday Night Live" will return to the studio for its season premiere on October 3rd. Here are some of the changes "Saturday Night Live" will implement due to COVID-19. So the woman BRAD PITT is dating has a husband. That husband owns a restaurant in Berlin. And that restaurant sells Brad Pitt's wine. Supposedly, they have an open marriage, so it's not weird. (25:50) "Good News" Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak The big AstraZeneca vaccine trial had to hit pause last week after one person may have had a bad reaction. But they're already back up and running. They decided it's still safe, and the trial resumed on Saturday. So it shouldn't cause a big delay. There's an 11-year-old girl in Massachusetts with autism. And ever since the pandemic hit, the only thing she'll eat is SpaghettiOs. Her mom couldn't find them in stores, so other parents started donating cans. And now she's all set, because the SpaghettiOs people heard about it . . . and donated an entire year's worth. Robocalls are still down compared to last year. Call centers have had to keep workers home. So there have "ONLY" been about 30 BILLION robocalls in the U.S. this year. In 2019, there were 58 billion. (The cities that got the most calls last month were Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, New York, and L.A.) We told you about Lawrence Brooks last week. He's America's oldest living World War Two vet, and he turned 111 on Saturday. The National World War Two Museum asked people to send cards, and now we have an update: They were hoping for at least 500 birthday cards . . . and he ended up with around 10,000. (34:50) Dumbass of the Day A registered sex offender in Missouri was busted for pleasuring himself in an alley . . . and he said he didn't think it was wrong because he does it all the time. A Woman Is Busted Cutting Off Her Hand for the Insurance Money A guy in Nova Scotia, Canada was arrested after he smoked some crack and decided to hang out on a stranger's deck . . . and that stranger turned out to be a Mountie. A woman in Taiwan was furious when she wasn't allowed to bring her CAT into a gym . . . so she stripped naked and started working out. A Topless Woman Is Busted for Public Intoxication When She's Caught Chewing on a Miniature Horse's Mane (45:20) Danny Zelisko Promoting: His Book titled ALL EXCE$$ After five decades of concert promoting while being part of some 12,000 events in nearly every state in the country, Danny puts into words some of his favorite memories involving some of the world’s top names in entertainment and sports. Included are Led Zeppelin, Alice Cooper, The Beatles, The Grateful Dead, as well as Chicago sports legends Brian Piccolo (the subject of the movie Brian’s Song) and Ernie Banks. The book chronicles Danny’s childhood passion for collecting sports memorabilia and autographs, all the way through his rise to becoming Arizona’s premiere concert promoter. Fasten your seatbelt as Danny navigates you through this musical journey of producing concerts while making a living out of it. Go behind the scenes as he tells you about some of the friends he’s made over the years along with the wild and crazy stuff that really happened. 350 pages bursting with stories and never before seen photos of Danny’s personal collection from over the years, giving you a glimpse from “behind the curtain!” The Foreword was written by former Diamondbacks manager and baseball legend Kirk Gibson. Pre-order your copy now for a special first edition printing at dzplive.com. A part of the proceeds will be given to #SaveOurStages, to support people in the music business that have been affected by Covid-19.Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
68 minutes | 6 months ago
Phoenix Karen Sighting At Nail Salon
(0:00) Show Open: We’ve Had 66 9/11’s in 2020 Back in the Day on September 11 19 years ago - In 2001, at 8:46 A.M. and 9:03 A.M., two hijacked planes were crashed into the World Trade Center. Frank recalls broadcasting that day, and Kristine’s youngest son was born on 9/11 so he gets to hear what everyone was doing that day every time somebody discovers his birthday. (12:55) Entertainment News People Are Canceling Netflix for Sexualizing Young Girls No, Chuck Norris Does Not Need Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Just call her KATIE HOLMES-wrecker. (24:40) Sex and Corona Meanwhile in Japan An artist in Japan has started hosting funerals for sex dolls for around $800 because some guys have a lot of trouble saying goodbye to their old dolls. (Full Story) Two-Thirds of Single People Have Officially Lowered Their Standards According to a new survey, two out of three single people on dating apps say they've LOWERED THEIR STANDARDS because of the pandemic. The main reasons are they haven't liked being alone while they were quarantining . . . and they're getting more worried about finding a relationship. The survey also found three-quarters of people say they've spent more time talking with people they meet on dating apps before they get together during this time. (PR Newswire) (32:10) Dumbass of the Day A Guy Is Busted for Speeding . . . and Has 20 Gallons of Moonshine in His Trunk Man Bought $700K Boat With PPP Relief Funds A burglar in Ohio was caught when the victims found him passed out on their floor. (42:00) Phoenix Nail Salon Karen Anti-Masker ‘Karen’ Goes On Five-Star Rant About Her ‘Civil Rights’ In A Nail Salon (54:30) This Week in Science: A COVID Vaccine Trial Hits Pause, Rust on the Moon, and Sleepy Sharks AstraZeneca and Oxford had to pause their coronavirus vaccine trial after signs of a serious side effect in one patient. It's not clear if the vaccine caused it or not though, and they're hoping to pick the trial back up within a few days. Scientists may have found rust on the Moon, which isn't possible without oxygen. So how'd it happen? They think oxygen molecules from our own atmosphere can leak out . . . drift 240,000 miles through space . . . and cause rust on Moon rocks. We still don't know much about how sharks sleep, or if they sleep at all. But a new report says some types probably do. Also, a separate study found that when hummingbirds sleep, they can lower their body temp to near-freezing and survive. We see stories all the time about people spotting the Virgin Mary's face in toast, or President Trump's face in a tub of butter. The term for it is "pareidolia." (Pronounced pair-eye-DOLE-ya.) Well, A.I. can do it too. So someone used an iPad and a microscope to find faces in grains of sand. The Korber Prize is given to one scientist a year. And a biologist from Hungary just got it for a new gene therapy that could cure blindness. Five people recently signed up for the first trial. He also has a good chance of winning a Nobel Prize this year. Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/the-world-famous-frank-show-4eehjczcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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