It’s National Donut Day and we are all about the giant king-sized maple bar that QFC brought by for our Friday Bull-Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, Australia’s Prime Minister politely asks a crowd “get off his lawn” because he just reseeded it, a couple is arrested for faking the wife’s disappearance, crotchless jeans are a thing, and police respond to a texting fight. On Stream it or Skip It Drew recommends the latest movies and TV show dropping this weekend on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO and Disney+ like “13 Reasons Why Final Season” and “A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood”. In the Hourly Bulletin, seventh night of protesting is peaceful, new coronavirus testing sites are open in Seattle, 90,000 workers are still held up for unemployment benefits for Fraud ID verification, and WSP captures a Seattle murder suspect speeding through Kittitas County. Drew had an embarrassing moment at a Drive-Thru when his car seat broke. In the Fitz Files, Morgan Wallen shuts down his Twitter, the Geico Ratt commercial puts “Round and Round” back on the charts and Kane Brown drops a beautiful new song “Worldwide Beautiful” with proceeds to Boys and Girls Clubs. In The Good Stuff, a soldier surprises his mother after 18 months overseas and a little boy runs around excited because his daddy also comes home from overseas. Scotty McCreery calls and talks about what Fitz calls the Musical DNA of his song “In Between”. We need your Insta-Therapy help for P1 Jeremy from Tacoma who has a female best friend who wants to be “more” but he doesn’t. Fitz can’t believe how huge his pregnant wife has gotten and talks about the size of his twin babies and plans for help when they arrive. Know-it-Alls Drew and Claire played trivia with teams from our company with mixed results. Believe It or Not includes Kirstin with an eerie birthmark and Jesse who won “The Price is Right”. The Weekend Party Preview includes newly opening Farmers Markets, Free Fishing Weekend and yes, Skiing!