Danny took a shower before the show, which is rare, and hurt himself, which is not so rare, by hitting his head on the shower door. In other news, Danny, Amy and Dante dined at the Five Spot yesterday and emerged from the restaurant to find a big white smudge near the headlight of their Fiat. Suspecting it was paint from a car that nudged their car, he licked his thumb to try to clear it off, and it started to work, so he licked his thumb again, and again, before realizing the white smudge was produced, not by a car, by a bird. Danny’s vivid description of this incident prompts Gibbons to wretch, which prompts Sarah to sympathy-wretch. Really makes you want to listen to today’s opening, doesn’t it?
Sarah shares the results of a new study that finds couples that argue most about money are more likely to get divorced than couples who argue most about other issues. Sarah doesn’t argue about much with Matt, but she hates when he leaves his plate with a Hot Pocket wrapper on the table after breakfast. The subject Danny and Amy argue about most is Danny’s tendency to do disgusting things. Mike Jones and his wife argue about keeping their house organized. What do you and your spouse argue about most?
Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, helps a female listener who is concerned because her boyfriend is shorter than she is, and she is much more attracted to him when he wears lifts.
Sarah asks Danny what actor should play him in a movie of his life. Danny makes Sarah chortle when he says the super-handsome Michael Fassbender. More realistically, Danny would opt for Jackie Earle Haley, or maybe Chuck Norris. Sarah asks Michael C. Jones the same question, and naturally he picks the ruggedly handsome, ripped, deep-voiced, bald Vin Diesel. Gibbons says he should be played Zach Galifianakis, which we agree is a pretty good choice. Sarah Stiffles would be played by Sandra Bullock. What actor would play you in a movie of your life?
All this, and the game that’s sweeping the nation, Where Has Sarah’s Beaver Been, on today’s Danny Bonaduce Show.
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