Two nights in a row. It’s unprecedented. What’s happening around here? It must be related to Michael’s loneliness as Nabila continues her visit to Morocco. On tonight’s show: Michael spends Thanksgiving in isolation on the toilet, you should avoid the consumer plantation by staying home on Black Friday, and apparently there are no people with AIDS in Africa. Wikipedia appears to be in trouble, the failed former CEO of Ebay fancies herself qualified to be California’s governor, and the markets took a nose dive today. Leonard Peltier dies from a smallpox infected blanket, Roman Polanski will be getting his groceries delivered, and apparently it’s the policy of the U.S. Military to jail mothers who can’t find child care when deployed. Great.
Evelyn will send each listener who finds the word “the” in tonight’s show a complimentary Bag Box. Good luck. Michael has finally been sucked into the black hole known as FaceBook, Evelyn claims her poodle is actually a living, sentient animal deserving to be treated as such, and DriverAgent.com attempts to pacify Michael with crumbs. 911 communicaes are making their way to WikiLeaks, Google’s Chrome browser will soon have an extension library similar to that of FireFox, and Sammy Sosa is pulling a Michael Jackson. The new Motorola Doid phone is just another disappointment in the push to de-throne the iPhone, cops are going taser happy, and Evelyn is swilling Vitamin D by the barrel.
After tonight’s show, we’re considering the installation of splash guards. It truly was a momentous occasion, destined for the annals of broadcast history. Michael experiences live nicotine withdrawal convulsions on air, Evelyn is addicted to the show Car Talk, and Michael comes unhinged in a 25 minute rant on why DriverAgent.com sucks. You must hear his review. Nancy Pelosi wants you to go to jail if you don’t buy health insurance under ObamaCare, Evelyn is rocking back and forth in a straitjacket during her cold Massachusetts nights, and Michael is in love with Sara Palin. ACTA could have you banned from the Internet for life, Curtis stops by to discuss Google’s release of their new Chromium OS, and Nabila wasn’t here.