Fitz in the Morning Episode #136 Monday 10/28/19

Break out the Ice Scrapers! First Caller of the Day Alisha wishes her boyfriend a good day and Fitz plays “Beautiful Crazy” for them. What Are You Kidding Me?!: satellite crashes in yard; man arrested for shooting shadows; woman dies in explosion at gender reveal; World Series fan took homerun ball to chest because he refuses to drop two beers. Jessica Brockway from BB Nest Bakery visits before tonight’s Food Network Halloween Baking Championship! Hourly Bulletin: Sumner and Bonney Lake para-educators reach deal but still no school; Saturday Tacoma News Tribune and Olympian going online only; Aurora Bridge lane closed due to rot; Tacoma City Council voting on gun tax; suspect stabbed in home invasion; Snoqualmie Valley Pumpkin Patches hoping to recover from flooding before Halloween. Seahawks win; Bobby Wagner breaks team tackles record; Justin Britt injured. Punkin or Chunkin’: the government refuses to move Halloween to last Saturday in October, so people are proposing a new holiday, “National Trick or Treating Day”. The Fitz Files: Kurt Cobain’s sweater sold for $334K at auction; Chris Lane marries to Lauren Bushnell; Carrie Underwood’s mom does the Ludacris “Champion” Rap. The Good Stuff: A Marine who found a neglected dog in Afghanistan and smuggled it home is speaking out about motivation and happiness. City Vs. Country: Did Samantha and Country Boy Chad go out, and if so, how did it go? Who’s Popping Out of the Coffin?!: Ryder is out at Van Ghoul’s Cemetery digging up celebrities; can we guess who? Trucker Tuition Winner: Lindsey Thompson of Lynwood entered the contest for her husband. Troop Salute: Staff Sergeant Tom Durski US Air Force. Fitz Interrogates Jon Pardi on his tour bus. The Peak and the Pit – We share our personal ups and downs from the weekend. Monday Motivation!


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