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Super Blue Friday!

Super Blue Friday!

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We’re all geared up for Super Blue Friday, even Danny, in his Seahawks T-shirt and his Seahawks awesome socks. The exception is Tori, a 49ers fan, who is wearing a David Bowie T-shirt. Before the show, Danny visited 7-11, which he does every morning. Apparently the guy behind the counter was French, judging by Danny’s impersonation of him, and he commented on the size of Danny’s coffee, which was “a beeg one.” Danny thinks they may now be dating, since the coffee came to $2.07, Danny gave him three dollars, and the French dude gave him a whole dollar back. So now we know the cost of winning Danny over: seven cents.

During her news, Sarah reported on a young woman in South Korea who makes $9,000 a month allowing fans to watch her eat on the Internet. We can relate to doing odd things for money. Sarah gets paid to visit breweries and drink beer on video for her beer blog. Danny once got paid $500 to sit in a pear tree outside a Kmart in Kansas City. Have you ever gotten paid for doing something strange?

Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, counsels a man who is dating a girl with a four-month-old baby, and her soon-to-be-ex-husband is ruining her life.

Sarah reported earlier in the week on a politician who threatened a reporter after the reporter asked a tough question. The video went viral, and reminds us of the scandal that erupted Richard Sherman’s post-game comments after the NFC Championship. As you might imagine, Danny’s mouth has gotten him into trouble. Gibbons is still traumatized by the time Danny threatened to kill him and turn his skin into a coat. When was the last time your words got you into trouble?

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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