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(Fri Full) Lunchbox Auditions with Director of Vegas Production + Amy’s HUGE Water Bill Update + Someone Wants to Pirate Bobby’s Comedy Show This Weekend

The day has come for Lunchbox to prove whether he has it or not to be an actor. He auditions for the fancy director of a big Vegas production with an acting, singing and improv portion. Amy got a $600 dollar water bill recently and she shares an update. Someone has a new business idea that will rip. Off Bobby’s comedy show this weekend. 

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Dan Patrick on What He Looks for When Interviewing Athletes + Coach Sam Pittman Discusses Dealing with the New Age of College Football & the NIL + Show Introductions + Bobby’s Weird Estate Sale Purchases

25 Whistles kicks things off with legendary sports broadcaster Dan Patrick joining Bobby to discuss what he looks for when interviewing athletes and who he still keeps in touch with at ESPN. Arkansas Head Football Coach Sam Pittman talks about dealing with the new age of college football and the NIL, and who his BFF in the coaching world is. The guys also discuss their team loyalties as an introduction, Kickoff Kevin’s 5 questions, and Bobby’s weird estate sale purchases. 

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Welcome To 25 Whistles!

25 Whistles is a weekly 25-episode timely limited series focused strictly on college and NFL football. Host Bobby Bones brings on his sports obsessed friends: Adam Hambrick (singer-songwriter / musician) and Kickoff Kevin (segment producer and on-air news reporter), Producer Eddie and Head Producer Mike D.  It will be a podcast unlike any other show…but just like all the rest!

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(Thurs Full) Amy Reviews Bobby’s Thank You Note from Wedding Gift + Bobby Tries to Make a Love Connection with Trucker Joe and Phone Screener Abby + Lunchbox Auditions for People in the Drive-Thru

Amy brings in the thank you note she just received from Bobby. She reads and reviews the entire note. Trucker Joe left a voicemail saying he thought Abby was ‘sexy’ in the Baecation Part 2 music video. He then calls in and we try to make a love connection. Lunchbox is getting ready for his big audition tomorrow and goes out to audition for people in the drive-thru and he also calls his acting coach for advice.

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(Thurs Early) Bobby Admits He Was Wrong About Something + Eddie Calls Out the Girls on the Show Again + Mailbag: Can My 10-Year-Old Watch Forrest Gump?

Bobby admits he was wrong about something he said recently and owns up to it. Eddie calls out the girls again for only dressing up for male artists and not female artists…he brings in new evidence. In the mailbag, a mom has a son who loves movies and wants to know if it’s appropriate for him to watch Forrest Gump at 10 years old.

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(Weds Full) Bobby’s Napping Challenge for Lunchbox + The Ratings are in for Week 2 of Snake in the Grass + Songs Gaining Popularity Because of TV and Movies

Bobby gives Lunchbox a challenge to nap inside a store for 15 minutes…and what he can win if he pulls it off. Bobby gives details on the ratings for week 2 of Snake in the Grass. Bobby shares a list of 10 songs that became popular after they were featured in movies or tv…some of these you may not even realize came long before!

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(Wed Early) Dylan Scott on Keeping Goals on Lock Screen and Performs His Hits + Richard Marx on Putting Abby on His Instagram + Amy’s Son is Giddy About Football

Dylan Scott stops by the studio to talk about manifesting dreams, meeting his wife in 7th grade, his hometown of Bastrop, Louisiana and he performs some of his hits and a couple new songs from his album. We talk to 80’s icon Richard Marx because he posted a clip of Abby singing one of his songs in his Instagram. Amy shares that her son is giddy about football and he used jiu-jitsu move to tackle another kid.

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Tuesday Post Show (08-09-22)

Bobby starts talking about some of the behind the scenes of his new show Snake in the Grass. Why science says your parents dictate the quality of your marriage, Ashton Kutcher revealed a rare disease he battled recently and the Top 25 college team football rankings. Bobby revealed he got invited on a really cool podcast that he’s excited about. We also review a clip of Eddie’s recent reel and the weird voice he used recording it.

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(Tues Full) Lunchbox Tells His Wife is Moving to Vegas + Artist We Wish We Could Have Seen in the Past! + Movie Mike Reviews Bullet Train

We get more details on Lunchbox’s Vegas audition and he even tries out a portion of what would be included in his role. He went home and told his wife they were moving to Vegas…Amy brings us the question “What artist or act do you wish you could have seen in the past?” so we each give our picks for who and when we’d want to see them.  Bobby asks Mike D what he thought about the new Brad Pitt movie “Bullet Train” and gets into a discussion of movie theaters vs. watching movies at home.

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