March 30, 2022 1 min read

In today's episode, Andy & DJ discuss a video from last year that shows Will Smith demonstrating to a group of kids how to fake slap someone before the Oscars incident, President Biden using cue cards to address the current situation happening in Ukraine, and the Trump-backed candidate ineligible to run for Congress due to a recent relocation.

LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Breaking News
  • Topic 1: Will Smith taught kid named Chris how to slap
  • Topic 2:  Biden Caught Using cue cards
  • Video Reference
  • Topic 3: Trump-backed candidate could become ineligible to run for Congress
  • Thumbs Up: A middle school called on Gordon Ramsay to help after being short on cooks
  • Book Andy Frisella


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