Fitz took off his mask so dramatically we thought he was the bad guy in a Scooby Doo cartoon – it was Mr. Fitz from the Radio Station the Whole Time! Fitz grills us for not answering his 1230am text about Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, several New Jerseyites report a UFO that turns out to be the Goodyear Blimp, a police helicopter pilot learns while in the air that he’s tracking the guy who stole his truck, Miller Lite announces the Can-Tenna which is a can that gets local digital TV, a toy store employee is fired for playing Cardi B’s WAP on the store music system, a student is late for Zoom School because she was walking her chicken, and a guy cutting down a tree drops it through his roof. Fitz warns Ryder that Pullman Police are issuing citations for kids illegally gathering but Ryder is glad those cops are busy staying away from his parties. In the Fitz Files, Seattle Blues Singer Lady A claims in a lawsuit she has a “common law” trademark to the name that predates the Band Lady A’s trademark, and Paul Rudd poses as a “Millennial” to tell Millennials to wear masks. All Jacked Up includes Fitz “marking his territory” to keep bears from his backyard, Charlotte from North Bend who has a picture of her ex-boyfriend on her punching bag and Jake from Sea Tac who eats sour cream straight from the container. Fitz gives us some Inside Tips on Tonight’s ACM Awards. Fitz gives a Shout-Out to the Red Cross and Salvation Army for helping during the fires. Today’s Troop Salute is Alicia Garofolo of the US Navy. We discuss the Netflix Doc “The Social Dilemma” as Fitz thinks Ryder has video game withdrawal anxiety and says we are all addicted to “Likes”. Today for $1 Million Dollars of Jobs we meet Doug from Attic Projects who is hiring for several positions at his Kent insulation company. Plus he knows the Golden Girls!