Fitz in the Morning Episode #265 Friday 05/15/20

Happy Birthday Drew – We Got You a Bull-Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a 7-11 clerk who asked who a man to wear a mask got hot coffee thrown at her, a restaurant uses blow-up dolls instead of caution tape to block seats, and new TikTok trends include milking cucumbers. On Stream it Or Skip it, Drew recommends “Dead To Me” Season Two and new movie releases “Scoob!” and “Arkansas”. In the Hourly Bulletin, no new deaths from Coronavirus this week in King County, state pausing Unemployment for a couple days to find scammers, Governor can’t guarantee Phase 2 starts June 1, Emerald Queen Casino opens Monday, the first Copper River Salmon of the season are going to Front Line Workers, and new Seahawk Quentin Dunbar is arrested. Drew and his girlfriend Jyl have invented their own style for their new house called “Wilderness Modern”. In the Fitz Files, Kenny Chesney’s Tour postponed, Hannah Mullholland leaves Runaway June, the Coen Brothers remake “Scarface”, and Thomas Rhett and Kane Brown have a new song. In The Good Stuff, a musician drives around doing free concerts from his truck in cul-de-sacs since he can’t go on his tour opening for Elton John. Insta-Therapy is for Kendall in Duvall who found a box of her husband’s old love letters in the attic and he’s being squirrely about it. Ryder’s US Army Crushing COVID Challenge is wrapping up, and Fitz doesn’t understand why Drew keeps rejecting his Internet Pushup Challenge. Believe it Or Not includes adults with baby teeth and third nipples. QVC Roulette will decide Fitz’s birthday gifts for Drew and Shade. The Weekend Party Preview includes Fitz and Luke Bryan hosting “Salute to Songwriters”, a new Taylor Swift concert, and replacing the cancelled Norwegian Festival right in your home.