Fitz has been awake for two days and wants to leave early but mean old Drew says no, we have meetings and stuff. It’s National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day and we extol our favorites! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a man fires a warning shot at a store clerk in a mask fight then has a shoot-out with police, the pandemic may be the end of McDonald’s ball pits, a principal raps about Covid-19 at school to the tune of MC Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This”, “Karen and Ken” fist fight with two random dudes eating outside maskless. In The Good Stuff, while staying home has been hard, people are reporting enjoying the “little things” again, like family dinners, clean sheets, and napping. Ryder recommends the Mob series “Fear City” which leads us to talk about our favorite Mafia Movies. In the Fitz Files, “The Bachelorette” is adding a second woman after the first one already found love, Val Kilmer is speaking publicly about his tracheotomy, Taylor Swift’s new album is making chart history, and Tom Brady apparently still has an iPhone 6. On Make Up or Break Up, Alexander from Bothell is fed up with his girlfriend Stephanie filtering and altering every single photo she posts, but he may be feeding her poor self-esteem. Fitz thinks Ryder is a terrible influence on his 18-year-old son Cooper who showed up at home last night with two huge diamond-like earrings, which Ryder calls cool. Playlist Profiling is Tim from Kitsap Tractor in Silverdale. Happy Birthday to the US Coast Guard, founded on August 4th, 1790! Drew gets a little snarky that the Marine Corps is older with a 1775 birthday, which gets Fitz and Drew into a “My Dad Can Beat Up Your Dad” fight.