–Strange Frequencies Radio is here, and Jason is back in-studio for the first time in a month or so.
–Somehow the revelation is made that Jason once licked his cat, Wally, to get him to calm down. It didn’t work.
–That reminded Bobby of a story involving a guy who was licked by his dog, and ended up with a bacteria that caused him to need his arms, legs, and even half his nose amputated.
–A UK mum has been terrorized for months by the creepy singing of a nursery rhyme in the middle of the night. Where was it coming from and why? The rapid response team is on the case!
–Elon Musk announces the name of the first “space tourist” who will board the SpaceX Big Falcon Rocket, and some folks are convinced he is a dead man walking.
–A solar observatory in New Mexico closed under mysterious circumstances, and there have been no clear answers forthcoming. Some, of course, jumped to an explanation involving aliens. Bobby calls Pterodactyl Mike, who has a more probable hypothesis.
–Halloween season is approaching, and while Jason and Bobby are excited to see the new Halloween movie next month, right now we’re wondering what our listeners’ go-to films for this time of year are. After reading some great picks posted on our Facebook page, Bobby talks about his love of the original Halloween, while Jason’s favorite Friday the 13th entry is Part 6: Jason Lives.
–Bobby has been watching the Supreme Court coverage, and throws a tantrum at the liberals and progressives who didn’t support Clinton, and ultimately put America is this position.
–Once he calms down, we talk about the sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh, and while Bobby ponders how far we can go into someone’s past to nail them on something, Jason asks a question right at the end of the show that causes him to reconsider.