The Candy Drive-By (September 28, 2020)

Halloween is a month away.  Kids probably can’t trick-of-treat due to Covid.  The week of the holiday, get kids on and ask them some candy-oriented trivia questions.  If they get them right, do a Candy Drive-By.  You guys get the winner’s addresses offline, drive into their neighborhoods, slow down in front of the house, roll your window down, and throw the candy on their front lawns as a prize.  That’d make great videos for social media that week.

Accent Verses Accent (September 21, 2020)

Features built around the music you play are always a smart move.  Mark and NeanderPaul, KSLX, Phoenix do something called Accent Verses Accent where they find two people with different foreign accents reading the same lyrics of a song they play.

What Can’t You Learn From YouTube? (September 14, 2020)

There should never be a doubt that you can’t learn something on YouTube.  Mark Devine from Mark and NeanderPaul, KSLX, Phoenix bought a bottle of Jack Daniels at the liquor store.  When he got home, he realized the clerk forgot to remove the security cap.  Driving back to the store would have delayed his drink, so he YouTubed the dilemma and found a ton of videos showing him how to do it.  What odd thing did you learn to do on YouTube?

Is There a K-Cup? (August 31, 2020)

Here’s a new game for the show if you have other employees in the building:  send a cast member into the kitchen and the listener on the phone has to guess if a used K-cup was left inside the Keurig.  An aside – this is relatable to lots of folks in offices that people are not courteous enough to throw out their used K-cup after making coffee.

Zip Code Man (August 24, 2020)

This one will take some editing, but be a total goof on the audience.  With the USPS in the news, have someone at the station be Zip Code Man (ZCM).  Listeners call, tell ZCM their street address, and he tells them their zip code.  He’s never wrong.  The thing is you record all the calls ahead of time and edit out the space where you are looking it up.  So Zip Code Man knows every zip code off the top of his head very quickly.  That’s his super power!

The Whine Line (August 17, 2020)

Schools are headed back in session and most students will do virtual learning.  Which means they will still be at home with parents doing the heavy lifting.  Set up The Whine Line, where parents can call and tell you about their whining kids (that audio is content for the program).  Then, call a few back and give them some wine (get it?) to help them cope.

Your Jerry Falwell, Jr. Moment (August 10, 2020)

Have you seen the risque picture of Jerry Falwell, Jr. on the web?  Ask the audience which two members of the show should recreate that picture, then go do it and release it.  I bet it’s shared by your fans and you might cause talk if you place them side-by-side

Shark Stories (August 3, 2020)

With next week being Shark Week on Discovery, spend this week using social media and the internet to find five people who’ve been bitten by sharks.  Feature one each day next week on your show telling their story.

Cognitive This Test (July 27, 2020)

With President Trump boasting that he got all 35 questions right on a cognitive test, it’s time to put the show to the test.  Have someone come in and administer the same cognitive test to the entire program.  Then reveal the test results to the audience from worst to first!  Trump took the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (find it here).

The Karen Korner (July 20, 20202)

With all the video now around women acting like “Karen”, let’s gather it and present it in a new feature called The Karen Korner.  A collection of all the latest audio of people acting inappropriately.