Drew has made the switch – to his seasonal coffee creamer! Fitz calls Claire a Bandwagon Seahawks Fan and she goes nuts on him. Its Friday so let’s Bull-Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, 1 in 4 Americans say they could live in a van, a yodeling competition is declared a “super-spreader” after many people test positive for Covid, Myrtle Beach is apparently the best city to live in for UFO enthusiasts, Hormel is offering bacon-scented face masks, Taco Bell’s “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco” promotion is back for the World Series, Fitz asks for 1000 texts to get a Mullet, and the Jet Pack guy is back at LAX. On Stream It or Skip It, Drew recommends “Unsolved Mysteries Season 2″and “Fast and Furious: Spy Racers” on Netflix, “Food Network Halloween” on Hulu, and “Monsters University” on Disney+. In the Fitz Files, next “Bachelorette” Tayshia Adams says watching people interact without masks or social distancing is weird, Google has a feature where you can hum a song to find out what it is, Screech is not dead from a prison riot and isn’t even in prison, and movie theaters are reopening around here this week. Fitz is convinced his house is haunted, but Drew says there are good explanations for everything; we take your calls on your ghost experiences. How did Drew and his girlfriend handle it when the wind knocked out their power in Monroe? Claire’s niece interviewed her for a school project about the music industry. Believe it or Not includes Ray who worked for the Seahawks and has seen “the equipment” in the locker room and Anna who puked on her boyfriend on their first date and he still married her. Lead Bachelor Dale on the “Bachelorette” is so dreamy, Fitz has us compose Dear Dale letters. The Weekend Party Preview has some movie theaters opening, the Washington State Fairground’s Dinosaur Drive-Thru and Northwest Trek’s new Wild Walk-Thru.