Danny chooses to look at the positive side of his bipolar diagnosis: it’s better than cancer. He’s been experiencing a manic episode lately and yesterday he called every coworker he could think of, just to talk, until his wife informed him that he was doing the bipolar equivalent of drunk dialing. Gibbons recounts his chat with a very hyper Danny that involved this radio show, our economy, Puerto Rico and Cuba, and how his overactive brain can help save them all. Danny’s exuberance also prompted him to invade the office of our big boss, whose ability to read people was instantly apparent when he said to Danny, “You’re a maniac, right?”
An Ohio supermarket owner is in trouble for punishing grown men in his employ by spanking them. Sarah tells us this story, which leads to a discussion of punishment. What was the worst non-physical punishment you ever received?
Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, advises an older gentleman whose younger girlfriend left him for her ex, and he wants to get her back.
Let’s say aliens are on their way to Earth. We want to beam a song into space to represent humanity and give the aliens some idea of what they’re in for when they land. Danny’s first choice is the old folk song “Little Boxes” by Malvina Reynolds, which also happened to be the theme song to the TV series “Weeds.” Sarah’s first choice is “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns ‘N Roses, because that would scare them. What song would you beam into space to represent humanity to alien life forms?
All this, and Sarah’s Filthy Forecast, on today’s Danny Bonaduce Show.
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