It’s Friday so Fitz and DJ Tony Schwartz are serving up a Very Special Bull-Yah! In “What Are You Kidding Me”, Ben and Jerry’s has a “Netflix and Chill” flavor, a dog gave birth to a lime green puppy, and a Texas driver aimed a bow-and-arrow at other drivers. On “Ticket or Skip It” Drew reviews “Bad Boys for Life” and “Doolittle”. In the Hourly Bulletin, we still have school closures, a judge rules an alleged dog fighter will not get his dogs back, and no arrests in a Pierce County road rage killing. In Sports, Alaska Airlines has won the naming rights to the Atrium outside the new Key Arena, and the Seahawks coaches have been named to coach the NFC in the Pro Bowl. Ryder Is Getting Recruited: Fitz reads some emails that have been coming in to Ryder from local military recruiters. In the Fitz Files, there’s some damning new evidence against Lori Loughlin, Taylor Swift’s documentary has a Netflix release date and it’s Betty White’s 98th Birthday. In The Good Stuff, a Teen Jeopardy contestant from Oregon donated $10k of his winnings to the Pancreatic Cancer Foundation in honor of Alex Trebek and his effort has since inspired others to donate more than $200k. On today’s City Vs. Country, Melissa from Bremerton meets Country Boy Brian from Shelton and City Boy Adam from Bremerton. Brace Yourself, Throwin’ Shade is Coming! Shade is mad at the snow, bad drivers, and people who didn’t come to work. Personal Updates from Skykomish: We hear from P1 Hannah from Baring who has called to thank us for talking about the people stranded in the area and to thank the caravan drivers for bringing supplies. Then we talk to one of those Caravan of Care drivers: P1 Jason from Sultan.