Born on this day!! Actor Charlie Robinson (“Mom,” ″Night Court”) is 75. Actor Robert David Hall (“CSI”) is 72. Actor Lou Ferrigno (“The Incredible Hulk”) is 69. Gospel singer Donnie McClurkin is 61. Drummer Dee Plakas of L7 is 60. Rapper Pepa of Salt-N-Pepa is 56. Rapper Scarface of Geto Boys is 50. Musician Susan Tedeschi is 50. Actor Eric Dane (“Grey’s Anatomy”) is 48. Singer Nick Lachey of 98 Degrees is 47. Bassist Barry Knox of Parmalee is 43. Singer Sisqo (Dru Hill) is 42. Country singer Chris Lane is 36. Actor Emily Tyra (“Code Black”) is 33. Actor Nikki Blonsky (“Hairspray”) is 32.
THIS DAY IN GENIUS HISTORY
1888 – Jack the Ripper killed his last victim, Mary Jane Kelly.
1938 – Nazis burned and looted temples and Jewish-owned stores and houses in Germany and Austria in what became known as Kristallnacht (Crystal Night—referring to broken glass on streets).
1953 – Author-poet Dylan Thomas died in New York at age 39.
1965 – A switch at a station near Niagara Falls failed. The Northeast and parts of Canada went dark for more than 13 hours.
1970 – Former French president Charles De Gaulle died at age 79.
1989 – Borders between East and West Germany were opened and the Berlin Wall began to be dismantled the next day.
Today Is: Carl Sagan Day, Microtia Awareness Day, National Child Safety Council Day, World Freedom Day, World Orphans Day
TODAY ON TV!
Primetime TV (All Times Eastern)
CBS – 8:00 – The Neighborhood / 8:30 – Bob Hearts Abishola / 9:00 – All Rise / 10:00 – Bull
NBC – 8:00 – The Voice / 10:00 – Weakest Link
ABC – 8:00 – Dancing With The Stars / 10:00 – The Good Doctor
FOX – 8:00 – L.A. Finest / 9:00 – Filthy Rich
CW – 8:00 – Whose Line Is It / 8:30 – Whose Line Is It / 9:00 – Penn and Teller
TV Talk Shows
Jimmy Kimmel: Taraji P. Henson, Luke Combs, Nathaniel Rateliff
Jimmy Fallon: Kaley Cuoco, Megan Rapinoe, 21 Savage x Metro Boomin
Seth Meyers: John Legend, Sarah Cooper, Carter McLean
James Corden: David Oyelowo, Sam Smith
Lilly Singh: Malala Yousafzai (R 1/18/19)
Conan: John C. Reilly
The View: Sarah Cooper
The Talk: Kelly Rowland, Shemar Moore
Live with Kelly and Ryan: Gillian Anderson, Tayshia Adams
Ellen DeGeneres: Anthony Anderson, guest host Sarah Silverman
The Real: Cheryl Hines
Kelly Clarkson: Rainn Wilson, Lisa Rinna, Billy Ray Cyrus
Tamron Hall: David Oyelowo
Drew Barrymore: Zooey Deschanel, Wilson Tang, Karolina Kurkova
WHAT ARE YOU TALKIN’ ABOUT? Here are today’s PPM-Friendly Topics!
QUESTION: How do you get BANNED from Yellowstone National Park?? Do what this guy did… he tried to FRY CHICKENS in the hot springs!!!! That’s a no-no!!
QUESTION: What ELSE can go wrong?? This helicopter carrying a donor heart CRASHES on the hospital roof, and the doctor drops the heart!! (It all turned out OK!!!)
QUESTION: Looking for some POSITIVE NEWS?? Maybe this is it: GUN SALES set an ALLTIME RECORD in 2020!!! Gee… anybody have an idea why that could be???
QUESTION: Who needs a STATION WAGON that can do 190 MPH? YOU DO!! Audi has it… the new Audi RS6 Avant!! Those kids are finally gettin’ to school on TIME!!
“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek has died at the age of 80. The Show confirmed the news of his passing on Twitter Sunday morning. In March 2019, Trebek announced that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Trebek delivered the news in a video posted to YouTube, saying he planned to finish out the current season of Jeopardy, stating, “Now, normally, the prognosis for this is not very encouraging, but I’m going to fight this, and I’m going to keep working.” He had a staggering 40-plus year career hosting dozens of game shows in Canada and the United States, but became synonymous with the popular game show “Jeopardy!,” and was the show’s host for more than 30 years. In the course of his distinguished career, Trebek won five Daytime Emmy awards for Outstanding Game Show Host as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. According to the official “Jeopardy!” website, he currently holds a Guinness World Record for Most Game Show Episodes Hosted by the Same Presenter, with nearly 8,000 episodes of Jeopardy! and on his resume.
*******Is “FINAL JEOPARDY” too tacky for the headline?? Too soon??
*******We’ll take “Extreme Bummer” for $1000!!!
OF COURSE, celebrity tributes poured in!! Check ’em out HERE!!!
Cast members of the 1980s sitcom Family Ties are reuniting for an online fundraising special for The Actors Fund on Tuesday. Confirmed to participate remotely in Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley’s upcoming installment of Stars in the House are Family Ties veterans Meredith Baxter (Elyse Keaton,) Michael Gross (Steven Keaton,) Michael J. Fox (Alex P. Keaton,) Tina Yothers (Jennifer Keaton,) Marc Price (Irwin “Skippy” Handelman) and Scott Valentine (Nick Moore.) Missing is Justine Bateman, who played Alex and Jennifer’s sister Mallory on the family sitcom, and Tracy Pollen, Fox’s real-life wife, who played Alex’s girlfriend Ellen. Bateman and Pollan have stayed out of the spotlight in recent years. The show ran 1982-89. The reunion can be viewed at 8 p.m. EST on People magazine’s Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as on PeopleTV’s Facebook and Twitter, on the Stars In The House YouTube channel, and StarsInTheHouse.com.
******Or… you could go to TV Land and watch the real thing!!
*******These reunions are so popular, Larry King is thinking of getting back together with his 6 ex-wives!!!
Johnny Depp is exiting Warner Bros.’ Fantastic Beasts film franchise. He said Friday on Instagram that he was asked to resign from the series. Depp played Gellert Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018). He was to reprise the role in a third film. His exit comes days after the actor lost his libel case against The Sun. The British tabloid published a story in 2018 that called Depp a “wife beater” and alleged he was abusive to his ex-wife, Amber Heard. “Firstly, I’d like to thank everybody who has gifted me with their support and loyalty,” he said. “I have been humbled and moved by your many messages of love and concern, particularly over the last few days.” “Secondly, I wish to let you know that I have been asked to resign by Warner Bros. from my role as Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts and I have respected and agreed to that request,” he added. Depp said he plans to appeal the court’s ruling in his libel case.
*******So… that lawsuit is working out pretty well!!!
******He was fired from “Fantastic Beasts,” but he was hired right away by “Fantastic Beats!!!”
******The most important news out of that trial: Amber Heard’s poop looks like dog turds!!
Today weather anchor and co-host Al Roker says he has prostate cancer. He announced on the show Friday that he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in September. Roker learned after a routine checkup that he had elevated levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in his blood. He then had an MRI and a biopsy, which confirmed his diagnosis. “It’s a good news-bad news kind of thing. Good news is we caught it early. Not great news is that it’s a little aggressive, so I’m going to be taking some time off to take care of this,” Roker said. Roker will have surgery to remove his prostate soon in New York. “We’ll just wait and see, and hopefully in about two weeks, I’ll be back [on Today],” he said. Roker said he went public about his diagnosis to urge others to get regular checkups, particularly Black men.
********If you catch it early, prostate cancer has a high cure rate. Good luck!!
Jeff Bezos won’t be facing a defamation lawsuit filed against him by Michael Sanchez, brother of girlfriend Lauren. Sanchez filed a defamation claim and a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress in February. A California judge tossed out the lawsuits Friday. It all started in January 2019 when the National Enquirer made public Bezos’ extramarital affair with Lauren Sanchez, the then-wife of his neighbor, mega agent, Patrick Whitesell. Sanchez claimed Bezos and his security chief, Gavin de Becker, falsely accused him of leaking nude photos of Bezos to the tabloid. Bezos maintains he never accused Sanchez of being the leaker. The Enquirer’s parent company, American Media Inc., points the finger at Sanchez, asserting he tipped off the tabloid and “provided all of the materials.” Lauren Sanchez has called out her brother, accusing him of a “deep and unforgivable betrayal.” Tom Warren, a lawyer for Sanchez, told the Journal: “We respectfully disagree with the trial court’s ruling and look forward to vindicating Mr. Sanchez’s claims on appeal.”
********He’s kind of being lumped in with Meghan Markle’s dad!! Not good company!!
*******He gave them pictures of Bezos’s junk!! It was the smallest package Amazon ever delivered!!
*******He should be careful!! Bezos can have you “disappeared!!”
Lori Loughlin is set to be released from California’s Dublin FCI on Dec. 27, per the Federal Bureau of Prisons. However, since that date lands on a Sunday, she could end up going home before Christmas. The Bureau of Prisons “may release an inmate whose release date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, on the last preceding weekday,” according to the agency. So, she could get out on Thursday, Dec. 24, since Friday, Dec. 25 — Christmas — is a national holiday. She turned herself in on Oct. 30, weeks before she was ordered to report on Nov. 19. She is serving a two-month sentence for her role in the nationwide college admissions scandal. She and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, pleaded guilty to conspiring to pay a half-million-dollar bribe to secure their daughters, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli, admission into the University of Southern California.
********Meanwhile, her daughters have been wearing all her clothes!!
******Can’t she get a work-release pass for Thanksgiving??
******We can’t wait to see what kind of tattoos she gets in prison!!
*******The other prisoners want to know how she got a mink-lined cell!!!
Oprah Winfrey is rolling out her favorite things list for 2020, just in time for the holiday shopping season. The list has 72 items and promotes black-owned and black-led businesses. Oprah’s list has items fitting for all price ranges. One of the featured companies is Telfar, a unisex fashion line established in 2005 that offers vegan-friendly handbags. Another company, BYCHARI, is highlighted for its initial rings that the company offers in gold-filled, sterling silver, or rose gold-filled. The list also included the pricier Samsung terrace TV, which can be hung outside and withstands extreme heat or winter snow. If you’re looking to get in shape for your new year’s resolution the list highlights The Mirror. It is a long free-standing full-length mirror that displays a variety of guided fitness classes ranging from intense cardio to yoga that sync with your personal fitness tracker. See her full list HERE
******We’re saving up our government checks so we can buy this stuff!!
*******Strangely enough, it’s all available on Amazon!!
*******She’s also offering a “Night with Stedman” for $55.95!!!!
Ripping The Tabloids (Throughout the week, we’ll give you the stories from that weeks tabs!)
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Queen of the Bile!-(National Enquirer)
Angelina Jolie spent years developing her won version of the Hollywood classic “Cleopatra”-and now she’s livid “Wonder Woman” Gal Gadot has “stolen” the Egyptian queen! “Angie’s dream was to play Cleopatra, the role that made Elizabeth Taylor an icon. It was going to be the part that won Angie an Academy Award for Best Actress, and now that’s over thanks to Gal, who will be playing the Queen of the Nile instead,” sources say. “Angie is insulted and upsell. She feels she was born to play Cleopatra and it was no secret that she’d been working on the script and meeting with top directors for the project for years. Let’s just say, Gal better not run into Angelina any time soon without a Roman general like Mark Antony to protect her!”
Just Shut Your Piehole, Don!-(Globe)
McLean trashes ex-wife after his plea deal for domestic battery. “American Pie” singer Don McLean is slamming ex-wife Patrisha Shnier as “the worst person I ever knew”-despite cutting a plea deal after being charged with beating her! Now the 75-year-old singer-songwriter says the love letters Patrisha sent every month for 30 years “immediately turned to salt” when their relationship crumbled.
Loose Talk-(Us Weekly)
“I never say never to anything.”-On the possibility of returning to the big screen, Cameron Diaz.
“[Christian Louboutin] are you hiring? Barefoot iPhone doodler with vast experience avail.”-Her response after getting called out for drawing heels on her feet in a photo with hubby Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively.
“They make it look like I’m forcing them to do it. Meanwhile, they were asking me the whole damn year, ‘Can I be in your next movie Daddy?’”-On filming “Hubie Halloween” with daughters Sadie, 14, and Sunny, 12, Adam Sandler.
“That I still like him after spending so much time with him.”-Joking about what she’s learned while quarantining with husband Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra.
Brad’s Single Again!-(Star)
Get in line, ladies! The actor’s back on the dating scene following his brief fling with model Nicole Poturalski. On to the next! Brad Pitt has reclaimed his role as Hollywood’s most eligible bachelor after calling it quits with Nicole Poturalski. The Once Upon a Time……in Hollywood star, 56, met the 27-year-old at a concert in November 2019 and enjoyed time together this summer. But a source says, the spark between the two fizzled out, and “they concluded it was time to get back to their lives.” A source says, “They’re two people with very different lives and priorities,” a source says of Brad and Nicole, who took to Instagram to share sexy selfies amid news of their split.
Rebel’s Oscar Dream-(Life & Style)
Going for the gold! Rebel Wilson has made a career out of playing characters like Pitch Perfect’s Fat Amy, but after losing an impressive 40 pounds, she’s ready to reinvent herself completely. The Australian actress, 40, is set to star in The Almond and the Seahorse, a heart-wrenching British drama with a prestigious cast and crew attached-and her very first non-comedic role. “Rebel’s getting serious, not just about her weight, but about her acting career, too,” reveals a source. “She wants to be taken seriously and make her dream of winning an Oscar come true, and she credits boyfriend Jacob Busch with encouraging her to reach for the stars.”
Ron & Cheryl Howard: Together 50 Years-(People)
The director and his wife, both 66, celebrated the 50th anniversary of their first date on Nov. 1 with pizza takeout. The pair wed in 1975 and have four adult children.
Number of the Week-(In Touch)
-dollar value of an Instagram post by The Rock, making him the highest-paid celebrity on the social media service, dethroning Kylie Jenner.
A Rhode Island property is offering Lord of the Rings fans the opportunity to live out their Middle Earth fantasies in rental “hobbit homes.” The Preserve at Boulder Hills Club and Residences, a sports club with luxury residential housing in Richmond, said the hobbit houses have been under construction for 36 months and two of the structures are now complete and ready to be rented for events. The houses are based on those used by the hobbits in the Lord of the Rings books by J.R.R. Tolkien. “We will have five hobbit homes,” Paul Mihailides, chairman of The Preserve at Boulder Hills, told WJAR-TV. “Three are under construction two are completed. They are always themed, right now the themed hobbit house is the pumpkin patch which will also be decorated for Thanksgiving and then Christmas and we actually do it in spring too with tulips.” The rentals start at $660 and get more expensive as the number of guests grows.
********Each unit comes with its own troll!!!
*******Our official title is “Lord of the Bathtub Rings!!!”
New Toys In Hall Of Fame
The National Toy Hall of Fame in New York state announce this year’s inductees are classic doll Baby Nancy, sidewalk chalk and the game Jenga. The Strong National Museum of Play said this year’s inductees into the National Toy Hall of Fame were chosen from a field of 12 finalists that included bingo, Breyer Horses, Lite-Brite, Masters of the Universe, My Little Pony, Risk, Sorry!, Tamagotchi and Yahtzee. The museum said Baby Nancy was created by Shindana Toys in 1968 and became the best selling Black doll in Los Angeles by the end of the year, when it was distributed nationwide. Baby Nancy made history the following year by being the first doll with an Afro hairstyle. Sidewalk chalk was chosen in part due to being one of the earliest known examples of an artistic toy, the museum said. Jenga, a block-stacking game invented by Englishwoman Leslie Scott, based on wooden block toys from her childhood in Africa, calls on players to build the tower higher without knocking it down.
********Wait a minute… BINGO was beaten out by SIDEWALK CHALK??? We demand a recount!!
******We thought Jenga was the same thing as Jumanji!! Our bad!!
*******Baby Nancy was the inspiration for the new Cardi B doll!!! That’s just between us!!
Guys Walks Stuffed Dog
Police in the Czech Republic said they issued a warning to a man caught violating curfew and attempting to disguise his actions by walking a stuffed toy dog on a leash. A news crew from Czech Television’s Events of South Bohemia show were accompanying patrolling police officers in Ceske Budejovice when the officers stopped a man caught walking in a public area after the 9 p.m. curfew, which was imposed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The man initially claimed to be out walking his dog, an activity that is permitted after curfew hours, but police quickly determined the object at the end of his leash was actually a stuffed toy dog. The dog walker later told the Mlada fronta Dnes newspaper he does not regret his actions.
********”Walking Your Dog” used to be a euphemism for taking a leak!!
******At least he wasn’t faking it in the carpool lane!!
TOPIC: What is your favorite euphemism?? A phrase that means something else?? Like spanking the monkey??
Chameleon Rescued From Power Line
Animal rescuers in Pennsylvania said a chameleon was rescued after being stranded on a power line for three days. The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA said personnel responded to a neighborhood in Daly City, where a caller reported an exotic lizard had been clinging to a power line for three days. The organization said officials spoke with an electrical line worker to develop a plan to rescue the chameleon. A rescuer ended up using a wooden-handled tool to capture the chameleon in a net. Officials said the lizard attempted to cling to the line, but was eventually pulled free and brought back to the ground. The chameleon is now in the care of the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA, which said the animal is believed to be an escaped pet or an escapee from a pet store.
********They’re not sure what it is, because it keeps changing shape and color..
*****It’s kind of like a politician!!
STUFF THAT’S COOL AND VIRAL
VIDEO: SNL COLD OPEN WITH JIM CAREY.
VIDEO: IMPERIAL MARCH PLAYED WITH COFFEE STIRRER
A LIST FOR MONDAY
7 Little Ways To Feel A Sense Of Normalcy Right Now
- Establish a routine for yourself.
“When we’re in a period of heightened stress, we are grounded by routine,” McKernan said.
That’s why, in “regular times,” you might feel off if you go to bed later than usual or if you skip your weekend run. This year has been one huge version of that. There are many changes altering our normal routines.
McKernan said fighting those limitations that are now part of our day-to-day lives only adds to the struggle. Instead, we should embrace our current reality so we can appropriately respond and plan.
“The first thing when thinking about establishing a routine right now is redefining what that means and accepting that our sense of normal isn’t necessarily where we want it to be ― and that’s OK. We have to work to intentionally re-establish a sense of routine,” she said.
McKernan recommended looking at four major things in order to adjust your routine: how you’re sleeping, how you’re eating, if you’re moving and to what extent you are able to socialize. Which of those areas could use some extra attention? (Maybe it’s all of them, which is understandable.) Start building your routine around those pillars.
That could look like going to bed and waking up at the same time each day. You may also want to try meal prepping as if you still needed to bring food into the office for lunch during the week. Maybe it’s calling your friend every Friday afternoon while you’re on a walk, or planning a cocktail night every weekend with your roommate. Whatever the case may be, build in small habits you can come to expect and make them something you can execute regularly.
- Take part in rewarding activities.
In the early days of the pandemic, many of us were all about “bettering ourselves” ― whether that meant learning a new language or learning how to make sourdough. And while those activities were fun in the beginning, the practice of bread-baking and language-learning fizzled out for most. Now, we’re just trying to get through each day without losing it.
But there is something to taking on new activities as a way to create some normalcy ― as long as you’re genuinely connected to them, McKernan said.
“When you choose activities that connect to things that you value in your life, that actually gives you a sense of reward and meaning,” she said, adding that these activities could be attending a virtual spiritual service, online volunteering, cooking, reading or knitting. Choose something that gets you excited or pulls you away from your stress.
“We might not be able to capture all activities in the way that we’re used to ― for example, if you value fitness and you’re used to going to a hot yoga studio, that might not be safe to do right now,” McKernan said. “So, how can you recapture a little bit of that exercise in your life and in your day?”
These activities also lift your mood, which can be crucial as we move into winter, a time when many are faced with lower mood.
“One of the things that can happen when our mood starts to get low is that we lose the motivation to do things. And, a lot of the time, we feel like we need to magically have the motivation back in order to re-engage in things,” McKernan said. “But it can work in the opposite way, too, where if you choose … activities that are meaningful, you start to build back your sense of motivation and reward.”
- Find creative ways to connect with loved ones.
A lot of the social aspects of our lives have been drastically altered in order to protect one another from the virus. McLean Pollock, assistant professor of psychiatry at Duke University in North Carolina, noted that it’s hard to navigate how to socialize and feel close to loved ones without doing the things we’re used to, like handshaking, hugging and seeing people in person.
Pollock said that finding ways to connect with others is crucial in the search for normalcy. It will be hard to feel normal if one of our most basic needs ― social connection ― goes unmet throughout the remainder of this pandemic.
“This pandemic has led to some isolation. We can bridge that by making connections with other people because that is how we’re getting through this, together, even though it’s in a different way of being together,” she added.
But by now we’re used to scheduling Zoom calls and they can feel a little stale. Janine Dutcher, a research scientist at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University, suggested finding more unique ways to connect with people. This encourages us to be creative, which can be rewarding in itself.
“I think that creativity can often be very difficult to engage in but it can be really rewarding too, because you found a way to beat the system, so to speak, and do something really fun and interesting,” she said.
Dutcher added that since the pandemic began, she has been writing loved ones letters and physically sending them in the mail. She has also conducted food exchanges with friends where she’ll order delivery dinner for a friend in another city from one of their favorite restaurants. The other friend will also return the favor for her.
- Decorate your home for seasonal celebrations.
While we can’t control the whole world, we can control our own microcosm, specifically our own home, Pollack said.
Decorating your home for seasonal celebrations with either store-bought items or handmade décor can help create a mile-marker for time within your own life. And, conveniently, a number of ideal-for-decorating holidays are approaching.
“Our days are bleeding into one another because we don’t have variation, so having something that can distinguish this time as different from other times can be helpful in creating that sense of normalcy and creating memories,” Pollock said.
- Plan things for the future.
Having something to look forward to adds excitement to our days. And while our plans may have to look different for a while, we still can make them — whether that means a virtual happy hour or a fun night at home with your family.
“When you have something to look forward to, each day passes a little bit faster, particularly as you get closer to it ― it’s one of those funny things about time perception. Looking forward to anything, even if it’s really simple, is very, very powerful,” Dutcher said.
Of course, this doesn’t give anyone permission to plan something that puts people at risk for contracting the virus.
“If you’re at home with family, you can plan for a fun movie night where you watch a movie, pop some popcorn and have some candy,” Dutcher suggested. She also added that, while spontaneous conversations with friends and family are nice, planned phone dates also hold their own type of power when it comes to generating some normalcy.
- Accept that this is not a normal time.
Nothing about this period in our lives is regular. Our lives have been upended in many different ways and we are faced with uncertainty nearly every day.
“There is no magical solution, part of feeling a sense of normalcy is accepting that this is not normal and that these are really difficult and stressful times,” Pollock said. “Recognize that that’s the context of trying to create some normalcy, first of all.” (In other words, cut yourself some slack.)
She added that we are all facing different difficulties as the pandemic, the election and the rest of the year unfolds and we need to adjust our normalcy to fit our own situation.
- If you’re still struggling, consider talking to a therapist.
Everyone’s mental health has been put through the wringer this year, and things like routine setting, socializing and planning activities may not be enough to feel “normal” ― and that is OK.
“If people are really struggling, it’s always worth reaching out to a professional to make sure that they are getting the care and support that they need,” Dutcher said.
Therapy can help you navigate our current reality and give you the coping skills to find a sense of normalcy among the chaos. Seeing a therapist can be incredibly expensive, but there are affordable resources available that may help.
If the uncertainty is stressing you out to the point where it has been severely affecting your daily life, you don’t have to manage it alone. You’re also not the only one who feels this way.
“I think a lot of people are probably experiencing a low-level or even clinical-level of depression right now. I think it is, unfortunately, very common and people should be mindful and make sure they’re taking care of their wellness.”
The preceding material was compiled and edited by Brandon Castillo. The Editor-In-Chief is Gary Bryan. The Radio Genius Show Prep Service is licensed for use on-air only by subscribing radio stations. Other means of redistribution is forbidden.
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