One of our listeners needs to break bad news to a friend, and that news is that her cooking is horrible. It’s so bad that people don’t want to show up to dinner. They would rather not meet with old friends than have to eat this person’s food. Can Brooke & Jubal help this listener…
Don’t book a room at Jubal’s hotel. Just don’t do it.
The woman in today’s Second Date knows her way around a car, but does she know her way around a dating? Apparently not because she can’t get a second date from this guy. Can Brooke & Jubal help her out?
A popular fast food chain started as a gas station, but had to change their business model after the interstate highway system was built. What is the name of this fast food chain?
Jubal poses as a worker from a local sewer system and tells this woman that her water is going to be shut off for four weeks. Lucky for her, Jubal has a list of fun alternatives to using running water.
What are you supposed to do when a stranger asks if they can dance with your date? Especially if it was your first date? Well, Charley wasn’t sure what to do and thinks they way he reacted is why she isn’t calling him back. Can Brooke & Jubal fix this?
A couple listeners have been messing with their coworker for an entire month to set him up for this Phone Tap. They have been moving his Star Wars collectibles around on his desk every day to build up his frustration. This guy is not happy about what Jubal said he did to the Millennium Falcon.
A segment where we read weird stories from around the world like everyone else, except we have a laser. Today’s Laser Stories includes a 78 year old mooning a lady that wouldn’t go out with him, a guy rolling himself in carpet to pee, the mother of a groom getting lost in the woods for…
Jubal calls a guy that just opened a new bank account and offers him a $5 gift card for being a new member. It’s free as long as he lets the bank sell his personal information to marketing companies. We don’t recommend banking with the Bank of Jubal.
Which famous play was gifted to a hospital by the playwright not knowing how popular it would eventually become, and since has generated tens of millions of dollars of fees from many performances of the piece on Broadway?