Yesterday in the mail Danny received the “Partridge Family” dress-up game that Amy purchased, paper dolls with clothes that include bright green suits that make Danny look like, in his words, “a pimp fly.” Danny suggests his new possession might be a good candidate for appraisal on “Antiques Roadshow.” Sarah’s husband is obsessed with “Antiques Roadshow,” and Danny is obsessed with “I Killed My BFF,” and Sarah suggests the two shows combined would be awesome: “Who Did You Kill To Get That Antique?”
Sarah reports on a new trend: splitting the cost of an engagement ring. Danny is a romantic, but he thinks not only should the woman pick out her own ring, he’s for just giving her his credit card so she can do it on her own. Mike Jones’ then-girlfriend showed him the ring she wanted if he ever proposed, so when he proposed, he didn’t yet have the ring, and took her to the store to get it. Do you think the man should choose and pay for the engagement ring, or is that a tradition that should end?
Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, advises a man who has a drinking problem, is under a great deal of stress and fears he’s losing his mind.
Sarah has seen the new TV commercial for KFC’s “Go Cups,” cups you might think would be for beverages, but they’re full of food that can fit into the cup holder. While that might be convenient, Sarah questions whether it’s a good idea to eat fried chicken while driving. Danny disapproves of drivers’ farding, which he correctly observes is a real word that has to do with applying makeup to one’s face. Mike Jones is always seeing drivers on the freeway holding the phone to their ear with one hand and gesticulating with the other hand, with no hands on the wheel. What do people do in their cars that drives you nuts?
All this, and the game that’s sweeping the nation, Where Has Sarah’s Beaver Been, on today’s Danny Boanduce Show.