How is it possible NO California beaches made the top ten of the Best Beaches in the United States list? Our travel guy lowers the boom on Dr. Beach. Dress for Success expert Bobbi Schwartz explain what to wear and what not to wear to work during the hot summer months. Plus, UCLA under water. Update on the scary, evil pig who stalks children in Maine. Japanese groom goes off in first class...misses honeymoon by three months. Proof social media has jumped the shark. Text messages of the devil! Fire challenge death. Bon Jovi banned by Buffalo Bills fans. Walking on a train trestle can get you killed, or worse...your video goes viral.
It's self-help Tuesday, well, sort of. The man behind "People Tools" helps you look into your personal tool box to make friends and influence people. Zoltan Iztvan surfed an active volcano, now he's talking about how science is 20 years away from bringing immortality home for those who want it. Plus Jennifer Bjorklund with an advance that might catch ANY cancer in time for treatment. The OK Cupid experiment that has singles very angry. The ultimate ninja move? Let's just say it involves naked breasts. Humpback Whales are feeding on an abundance of anchovies dozens of feet from the shore in Monterey. Careful setting your phone for wake you up in the morning, it might set you on FIRE! And a couple of apps, one good, one very bad. We'll let you guess which one is bad...one is called the Chubby Checker. OK, that was too easy.
Today a relationship expert made Jennifer Bjorklund blush, confused Phil Hulett and Jay Campadonia, and intrigues Chris Martin. The "alter" comment had us scratching our heads. Plus July is national hot dog month, and so you hear from the guy from the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. North Korea wants to nuke the White House and the Pentagon...yeah, we asked the same question you are asking right now. Governor Brown is out of town, the Lieutenant Governor is leaving, The Senate Pro Tem is taking off....who's in charge of California? There's still time to download the Hugo Chavez FONT. Get a load of the couch with upholstery that looks, feels and smells like human skin. And finally, Stephen Hawking loves the strippers.
We geek out with Comic-Con when our Fan Boy Mike Templeton checks in. Our movie guy share his love for Scarlett Johansson in her new movie, Lucy. He's even willing to give Hercules a chance. Plus credit cards and cellphones of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 are still being used - do you charge The Pope for lunch? - the No Fun Police strike again when they target school bake sales! - Woman plucks live bird on train and then proceeds to do THIS - you have no excuse not to have a job when you hear what this guy is doing - the Lakers probably have a new head coach and he is... - you'll find out what happens when you tell Jennifer Bjorklund to calm down - and a judge issues settlement after rats chew through body bags and "enter" the bodies of corpses at a morgue.
The creepiest story ever: Somebody is putting porcelain dolls in the front yards of little girls, and they look just like the girls! Plus, cos play is no excuse for unwanted sexual advances. You'll hear an activist from "Geeks for Consent" who is trying to change the vibe at Comic-Con...and wait until you hear her get into it with Jay Campadonia! Never mind selfies, get ready for dronies! The new Apple OS X Yosemite is out in beta, but be careful! A drug that could prevent Alzheimer's is in trials...our Doctor weighs the pros and cons. Oprah's going to be late to the Emmys...maybe a lot of stars will be, too. We explain why. Oh, by the way, we had to remind Jennifer Bjorklund that today is national Tequila Day.
Big soccer day as the LA Galaxy take on Manchester United at the Rose Bowl. Phil predicts a Galaxy win. Plus our travel guy, Gary Warner gives a bunch of tips for summer travel...before summer slips through your fingers! Jennifer Bjorklund updates us on the indignity of going through a metal detector...when you're the Secretary of State! Portland has a pastry problem, and a woman goes off on people who relieve themselves in her yard. Jay Campadonia offers up Sarah Palin's excuse for speeding, a woman who gets a ticket for saving ducklings, and a way for you to pay the water bills of folks in Detroit who can't afford it. Chris Martin chimed in with new research that says 8 hours of sleep could kill you, PETA's latest effort to protest Sea World at Comic-Con, and what did Doc Rivers say about his tenure as Clippers coach if Donald Sterling still owns the team come the start of the season? And finally, Phil Hulett has a beef with the Associated Press when he calls out a writer for causing newsrooms all over the country to hit the "Breaking News" button all because of poor writing skills!
We're pretty sure today's show went too far. But we're all adults here, so here it goes. Michael Russer talks about how erectile dysfunction changed his life and now he is more intimate with his partner and sex is better than ever. Yeah, we know, but you have to hear his explanation. We have an important update on the missing Giant Rubber Duck. And entertainment gal Gayl Murphy brings you the "back story" of Naked and Afraid. Plus Jay Campadonia reveals the softer side of Ted Nugent, why a 97-year old man was kicked out of the home, and why it's important to never upset the help at a hotel. Chris Martin goes all Comic-Con on you, reveals the details of a longest Simpsons marathon ever, and sends some love to Weird Al.
Illinois has a new law that makes medical marijuana available for children who suffer from seizures. You'll hear from a Dr. in California who's daughter has dealt with this every day of her life. Dr. Love takes the show to the boundaries of taste with her advice on love, passion and how to know you've found your soul mate. What do you do to stop an exotic parrot from trying to mate with humans? You send the exotic animal trainer we speak with. Wait until you hear what she trained the parrot to hump instead! Plus, the giant duck is missing and it's supposed to be in L.A. in August! Johns Hopkins pays out millions of dollars to 8,500 women because of something their gynecologist did during examinations.