In a sure sign of hope, Drew saw the Son of the Neighborhood Black Bunny this morning. Ryder had the greatest BBQ ever yesterday from Warthogs in Fife! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, Brad Pitt did the weather on John Krasinski’s “Good Stuff”, a guy did play-by-play of two dogs chasing a cow into a swimming pool, 53% of parents admit to hiding in their cars from their kids, and the last Blockbuster in America (in Bend) is offering curbside pickup. Fitz asks you to replace “Children” with “My Coworker” to describe what your kids are doing in your home office. In the Hourly Bulletin, authorities warn about stimulus check scams, Poison Control reports a spike in cleaner poisonings, WA Unemployment says keep trying if you’re having trouble with their website, Tacoma is struggling financially, and the Washington Attorney General warns health clubs to allow people to cancel memberships. We discuss how some states are already opening up for small businesses. In the Fitz Files, Tom Brady and Andie McDowell are busted breaking into parks, “Bachelor Listen to your Heart” is both wonderful and awful, and Willie’s 4/20 party was a star–studded affair. In the Good Stuff, Fitz’ daughter Drew is 8 years old today, Drew should finally close on his house this week, and the maker of the N95 mask came out of retirement to find a solution for sanitizing them to make them reusable. In Make Up or Break Up, Nicole from Graham thinks her boyfriend Scott is working their 7-year-old too hard while home schooling. Claire is addicted to a new Netflix miniseries on the Waco incident. Playlist Profiling is Jennifer from Tulalip. Fitz plays our “Real Corona Heroes” song thank Healthcare Workers! Claire convince Fitz to attend the Company Virtual Happy Hour.