It’s finally Friday and we can all get back to having busy weekends with no sleep whatsoever, but that’s all good cuz we got a Bull Yah!! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, Millennials are now the majority of America with 51% of the population, Russia is pushing a mandatory Covid-19 vaccine before they finish testing it, and a Church in England is removing 700 year old pews because people are too fat for them. On Stream It or Skip It, Drew recommends the new season of “Umbrella Academy” and “The Magic School Bus Rides Again” on Netflix, the complete “Golden Girls” on Hulu, “The Incredibles 2” on Disney+, and “Jo-Jo Rabbit” on HBO Max. In the Fitz Files, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Garner were spotted together at the beach, last year’s “Bachelor” winner Hannah Ann has crashed the “Bachelorette” quarantine compound, and Kristin Cavallari has been spotted with her old “Laguna Beach” ex Steven Coletti and the internet is going so nuts that her recent ex Jay Cutler dropped off IG. We need your Insta-Therapy help for “Amber” from Kirkland who wants to know if it’s OK to tell her friend to stop using her 10-year-old son as her full time “Insta-Photographer” which “Amber” thinks is inappropriate. Are You Trying to Date in the Covid World? Fitz takes your calls on what a “first date” looks these days, like Jessica from Port Orchard who went on an outdoor date with a mask-to -mask kiss at the end, and Lindsey from Duvall who has only had Zoom dates. Believe It or Not includes Briana in Oak Harbor who once served Scarlett Johansen and got a $300 tip on a $20 tab, and Carl from Lynnwood who has NEVER had caffeine! The Weekend Party Preview includes classic cars at the Auburn Farmer’s Markets, Stephenie Meyer’s new “Twilight” novel Book Tour at the Skyline Drive-In, Fishing practice at Lincoln Park in West Seattle and “Sonic The Hedgehog” at Jennings Memorial Park in Marysville.