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A Guy Paid with a Counterfeit Bill, Then Used the “Not My Pants” Excuse – LINK

A man in Florida was arrested after he carjacked a Mercedes . . . because he wanted to chase down a U-Haul that he thought might be carrying a motorcycle that was stolen FROM him.  When he caught up with the U-Haul, he fired a gun . . . attempting to make a “citizen’s arrest.”  No one was hurt.  (Full Story)

A Guy Got Drunk, Stole His Boss’s Car, and Parked It on a Set of Train Tracks – LINK

Three Geniuses Arrested for Doing Burnouts in Front of Police Station – LINK

25 People Were Hurt Walking on Hot Coals for a Team-Building Exercise – LINK

A Guy Bought Insurance 26 Minutes After Crashing His Car – LINK

Cocaine Shipment Worth $83 Million Gets Delivered to Supermarkets By Mistake – LINK

A Man Named Le’Genius Was Arrested for a Ton of Dumb Stuff – LINK


Everyone has a breaking point . . . even the nicest man in the world.  TOM HANKS and RITA WILSON were walking to their car in New York City on Wednesday night, and fans were crowding around them, trying to get autographs and selfies. One guy got too close, and actually TRIPPED Rita.  She didn’t fall down, but it was the last straw for Tom.  He stopped, turned back toward the crowd, and yelled, quote, “This is my wife.  Back the [eff] off!”  And that did the trick. 

“Beavis and Butthead Do the Universe” hits Paramount+ next week . . . and new episodes of the show are coming by the end of the year. But this is 2022, and Beavis and Butthead aren’t limiting themselves to music videos.  They’ll also comment on clips from YouTube and TikTok. Creator Mike Judge says, quote, “There’s just so much to watch.  We were limited to [music videos] on MTV, but the world is cluttered with so much video now. “Now, whatever the demographic that was watching music videos [in the ’90s] is probably watching this kind of TikTok stuff.  And we all watch YouTube.”

Billy Crystal (LINK) is the latest A-list actor headed for Apple. The comedian, in a rare TV series regular role, will star on the limited series Before. Crystal will play a child psychiatrist who recently lost his wife when he encounters a troubled young boy. Sources note that while Apple has picked up the project, additional details are still being finalized including the number of the episodes. Apple declined comment.

Megan Thee Stallion is on the most recent cover of Rolling Stone.  In the cover story, Meg talked about many items, but we are zoning in on what she said about Tory Lanez and the upcoming trial where Lanez is facing charges for allegedly shooting Megan in 2020. While getting emotional, Megan said she thought her and Lanez “had a real connection” since they both lost their mothers. She continued, “I thought he knew me. And I never would’ve thought he would’ve shot at me at all.” She continued talking about recovering physically and mentally. As for the upcoming trial, she’s ready. Megan said, “I want him to go to jail. I want him to go under the jail.”

Dolly Parton has donated $1 million to the pediatric infectious disease research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. A press release issued confirmed the generous donation.  “I love all children. No child should ever have to suffer, and I’m willing to do my part to try and keep as many of them as I can as healthy and safe as possible,” Parton shared in a statement.  The country legend donated $1 million to help support research surrounding COVID-19 treatments and cures back in 2021.

Nat Geo’s SharkFest is turning 10 and is celebrating big by putting out nearly 30 hours of new content and 60 hours of “enhanced” programming over four weeks beginning July 10th. The shark-obsessed will be able to catch Sharkfest on more platforms than ever before. Sharkfest kicks off on July 10, and fans will be able to watch shark programming on Disney+, Hulu, ABC, ESPN, National Geographic, Nat Geo WILD, and Nat Geo MUNDO. Lots of new shark shows to look forward to like Camo Sharks, a scientific look into whether sharks can change their coloring.  Also Game of Sharks, an ESPN special that sets out to determine which shark species is the MVP of the ocean. ABC will be the home of the broadcast premiere of Shark Beach with Chris Hemsworth — Sharkfest’s highest-rated special.

The 1997 sci-fi comedy smash, Men in Black, is returning to theaters in 4K in celebration of its 25th anniversary. You can see Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith star as two unlikely intergalactic agents on July 3rd and 4th. The 25th-anniversary screening will also feature an exclusive interview with director Barry Sonnenfeld.   Get showtimes and tickets at FathomEvents.com.

People still think TIM ALLEN was “fired” as the voice of Buzz Lightyear because he’s politically conservative.  Fellow conservative PATRICIA HEATON from “Everybody Loves Raymond” even said earlier this week that Disney and Pixar “castrated” Buzz Lightyear. Well, the makers of “Lightyear” would like you to know that politics had nothing to do with CHRIS EVANS getting this particular gig. One of the producers says, quote, “Tim Allen is Buzz Lightyear the toy.  We weren’t making a ‘Toy Story’ movie.  We’re making Buzz Lightyear’s movie.” The director put it even better.  Quote, “Tim’s version of Buzz is a little goofier and is a little dumber, and so he is the comic relief. In this film, Buzz is the action hero.  He’s serious and ambitious and funny, but not in a goofy way that would undercut the drama. Chris Evans has that movie-star quality that our character needed to separate him and the movie from Tim’s version.” If you’re still not convinced that Disney ditched Tim because of his politics, there’s this:  He’s still working with them. He’s producing and starring in a Disney+ series based on the “Santa Clause” movies.

A sealed “Back to the Future” VHS tape just sold for $75,000.  But it wasn’t just any ol’ unopened VHS tape . . . this one belonged to TOM WILSON . . . you know, BIFF.  This set a record for the highest price ever paid at an auction for a sealed VHS tape.  But this one came with a signed note from Tom.  It read, quote, “This is a first release of ‘Back to the Future’, sent to me by the studio at that time . . . “Since I knew that the VHS platform would be around forever, I saved it for later and now I can’t find a VCR.  Oh well.  Enjoy!” The tape was part of a first-of-its-kind VHS-only auction.  260 tapes were sold including a copy of “The Goonies” for $50,000 and “Jaws” for $32,500.

Robert Plant said “no” to a role in HBO’s smash series ‘Game of Thrones. Plant said he couldn’t remember which role he turned down. But why would Plant not make our dreams come true and appear on a show fit perfectly for him?  Here is what he said

The Offspring and its singer, Dexter Holland, were a question on Jeopardy! this week. After Mazin Omar picked from the show’s “Rock” category, host Mayim Bialik read “‘I’m just a sucker with no self-esteem’ sang Dexter Holland, a molecular biology Ph.D. who’s the lead singer of this band.” Eric Ahasic, a meteorologist from Minneapolis, Minnesota, buzzed in with the correct answer, worth $1,200, naming The Offspring.

Shinedown’s announced a free show and livestream in Florida on July 1st to celebrate the release of their new album, Planet Zero. If you’re lucky enough to physically attend the free concert at Daddy Kool Records in St. Petersburg, Florida, you’ll be treated to a meet and greet afterward. The show will also stream for free.  Get your ticket now at Shinedown.Veeps.com.  The July 1st show starts at 3 pm EST, You can access Veeps on your phone, computer, or TV. Veeps was launched by Good Charlotte’s Benji and Joel Madden back in 2017.

The next gathering of the Juggalos is gonna get sticky; Faygo has introduced its own line of ice cream based on its soda flavors. The Detroit-based soda maker has teamed up with Browndog Barbour and Restaurant to offer six ice cream flavors – Unicorn Swirl, Choc & Rye, Groovy Grape, Motown Jam, Citrus Mist, and Peaches & Cream. Faygo has become an Insane Clown Posse staple; legend says it all started when vocalist Violent J hurled a 2-liter bottle at some hecklers long ago.

Eminem released “The King And I” from the Elvis soundtrack on Thursday featuring CeeLo Green. The track has an old-school Eminem vibe as he compares himself to Elvis Presley. CeeLo then comes in with the chorus. CeeLo recently talked about working with Em on this collab. “Me and Eminem have been friends for years, I’ve longed for an opportunity to work with him. He said, ‘Hey man can you do this for me? I need it really quickly, I need it tonight.’ So when Eminem says he needs something tonight, you deliver.” The soundtrack also features Stevie Nicks, Kacey Musgraves, Maneskin, Jack White, Jazmine Sullivan, Doja Cat, Swae Lee, Diplo, and more. The film Elvis hits theaters on June 24.

Other new music coming out today?
The Storm Before the Calm (LINK)Alanis Morissette.  This is her first ever meditation album.

  • Vinyl DaysLogic.  This is his seventh album.
  • Honestly, Nevermind (LINK)Drake.  This is his seventh album.  It’s a surprise release, just announced yesterday.  

Ok…I want you to listen to this track.  It’s more than likely from a band you have never heard of.  However…there is a FEATURE on this that I think you know.  Take a listen. KENNY G is trying something new:  DEATH METAL. He brought his saxophone stylings to a song called “Merkurius Gilded”, by the new band IMPERIAL TRIUMPHANT. Kenny’s son MAX GORELICK is also a musician, and apparently he knows these guys . . . so he and his dad ended up on the track. Kenny also might be in the video.  There’s a long-haired guy in a gas mask playing the sax part . . . but honestly, it could be anybody. Rest assured, though, you ARE hearing Kenny doing his thing on the track.

In recognition of Sunday being Father’s Day, “BuzzFeed” took a moment to grade some of the BEST and WORST dads on TV shows.

In order from grade A to grade F, there’s:

  1. Garry Gergich on “Parks and Recreation”. . . A+
  2. Phil Dunphy on “Modern Family”. . . A
  3. Jim Hopper on “Stranger Things”. . . A-
  4. Ted Lasso on “Ted Lasso”. . . A-
  5. Andre Johnson on “Black-ish”. . . B+
  6. Bob Belcher on “Bob’s Burgers”. . . B+
  7. Johnny Rose on “Schitt’s Creek”. . . B+
  8. Ross Geller on “Friends” . . . C
  9. Ted Wheeler on “Stranger Things”(you know, Mike and Nancy’s absent father) . . . D+
  10. Cal Jacobs on “Euphoria”. . . F 

So we had the story earlier this week about Lizzo changing the lyrics to her new song and replacing the line “Imma spaz” with “Hold me back.”  This prompted Buzzfeed to put out a list of other inappropriate lyrics that were changed and released.

Taylor Swift’s song PICTURE to BURN was originally “That’s fine, I’ll tell mine youre gay.”  And she changed it to “That’s fine, you won’t mind if I say…”

Paramore’s Misery Business was “Once a Whore…you’re nothing more.”  They just edited out the word “Whore”

The Black Eyed Peas song “Lets Get It Started” was originally titled Lets Get…. the offensive “R-Word”

There is a Lana Del Rey songs that says: “He hit me and it felt like a kiss.”  She says she hates the lyric so much that she doesn’t sing it when she performs the song live.

There is a Drake song called Jodeci Freestyle that uses being autistic and mentally challenged as an insult.  In the re-released version its completely removed from the song.

The slur that starts with an F in the Dire Straits song is removed from MOST versions of the song even though there are still some original versions out there that play.

There is also a Michael Jackson song called They Don’t Care About Us where Michael not only says, “Jew Me” but also uses a K word the rhymes with LIKE that are both removed from the re-released version of the song.


Rapper Kendrick Lamar is 35. 

One of the greatest tennis players of all time, Venus Williams is 42. 

Actor/Comedian Will Forte is 52. 

Greg Kinnear is 59. 

He played Sandman in Spider-Man, Thomas Haden Church is 62. 

Dead Kennedy’s singer Jello Biafra is 64. 

Cousin Larry from Perfect Strangers, Mark Linn-Baker is 68. 

Barry Manilow is 79. 

On Saturday 

Blake Shelton turns 46 

Some guy named Paul McCartney turns 80. 

And On Sunday 

Paul Dano turns 38. He’s the Riddler in the new Batman movie. 

The guy who did the Thrift Shop song, Macklemore turns 39. 

Actress Zoe Saldana turns 44 

Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch turns 52 

Ferris’ girlfriend Sloane in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”, Mia Sara turns 55. 

Paula Abdul turns 60 

Kathleen Turner turns 68 

Hear singer Ann Wilson turns 72. 

And she played Clair Huxtable on The Cosby Show, Phylicia Rashad turns 74

Porn B

Christy Canyon

Today’s birthday girl has been in 309 fine films, including:

  • Attack of the Monster Mammaries
  • Babes Boobs and Bikes
  • Big Melons 3, 12 & 13
  • Celebrity Sluts
  • Le Sex De Femme
  • On Golden Blonde
  • Sex Fifth Avenue
  • Wild Wild Chest 2 & 4
  • And who can forget her role in 1989’s Let Me Hold It

Christy Canyon is 56 years old!

Sports Report 1

An investigation is underway following a crash involving former NASCAR Cup Series driver Clint Bowyer. A 47-year-old woman died in the crash (LINK).

The crash was reported just before 9 p.m. June 5, near U.S. 54 and Missouri Highway 242 near Osage Beach, Missouri. According to a crash report from the Lake Ozark Police Department, Bowyer was driving westbound on U.S. 54 and was approaching Missouri 242 when he struck a woman walking on the ramp. The crash report states once Bowyer realized the crash occurred, he immediately hit his brakes. He called 911 and helped point first responders to the female victim who was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman has been identified as Mary Jane Simmons, of Camdenton, Missouri. The crash report states Bowyer showed zero signs of impairment and provided a roadside sample of .000 blood alcohol content.

The Golden State Warriors won their fourth championship in eight years last night . . . beating the Boston Celtics 103 to 90 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

The Warriors became the first team to win four titles in eight seasons since the Chicago Bulls did it between 1991 and 1998.  The Warriors are also only the second team to win a title on Boston’s home court.

This win was particularly sweet, since the Warriors had the worst record in the NBA just two seasons ago.

Not surprisingly, STEPH CURRY was named MVP of the finals.

  • Appreciate the skills of Sue Bird while you can.
  • The long-time WNBA and women’s basketball star announced that she will retire at the end of this season.
  • Bird tweeted Thursday, “I’ve decided this will be my final year. I have loved every single minute, and still do, so gonna play my last year, just like this little girl played her first #TheFinalYear @seattlestorm.”
  • Sue has racked up the trophies in her career. She won two national championships at UConn, four WNBA titles, and five Olympic Gold Medals.
  • Bird has played her entire WNBA 21-year career for the Seattle Storm.

FIFA announced its selections Thursday for the first World Cup with three co-hosts, also picking three Mexican cities and two in Canada.

Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Philadelphia, Seattle and Kansas City were the among the 11 U.S. sites picked to host games at the 2026 World Cup! Arlington, Texas; East Rutherford, New Jersey; Foxborough, Massachusetts, Inglewood and Santa Clara, California, were the ones from before. The U.S. selections included none of the nine stadiums used at the ‘94 World Cup. Chicago, which hosted the 1994 opener at Solider Field, refused to bid, citing FIFA’s economic demands. The bid plan envisioned 60 games in the U.S., including all from the quarterfinals on, and 10 each in Mexico and Canada. Specific sites for each round will be announced later. KC Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes was hyped the World Cup chose his city … saying, “Let’s show them why Arrowhead is the loudest stadium in the world!”

Cards play the Red Sox in Boston tonight at 6:10 our time. Go CARDS.

Avs are up one on the Tampa Bay Lightning as the Stanley Cup finals continue TOMORROW evening at 7pm our time.

The Blues’ AHL affiliate will compete for league championship beginning on Sunday June 19. The Springfield Thunderbirds are headed to the American Hockey League’s Calder Cup Finals!

It’s the first time in 31 years that the St. Louis Blues’ top affiliate will compete for a league championship. Bobby Plager coached the Peoria Rivermen to the International Hockey League’s Turner Cup championship in the 1991 season – that team included former Blues such as Kelly Chase, Nelson Emerson, Tony Twist and Tom Tilley.

The Thunderbirds reached the Calder Cup Finals with a 4-0 win against the Laval Rocket in Game 7 on Wednesday night. Charlie Lindgren became the 12th goalie in AHL history to record a shutout in Game 7, making 34 saves in the victory. Lindgren went 5-0 for the Blues earlier this season

Dakota Joshua netted two goals in the Game 7 win, while Matthew Peca – who played five games for the Blues this season – scored the game-winning goal. Nine players who played with the Blues this season dressed for the Thunderbirds in Game 7: Joshua, Lindgren, Peca, Klim Kostin, Mackenzie MacEachern, James Neal, Calle Rosen, Steven Santini and Joel Hofer.

Springfield will meet the Blues’ former AHL affiliate – the Chicago Wolves – in the Calder Cup Finals, which begin Sunday at 3 p.m.