Bob laughed throughout the rest of The BS Show, thinking about Mike Gelfand telling him why he was banned from the poultry barn at the State Fair. It was all because Mike asked a rooster expert during an interview on the KQ Morning Show why black cocks were bigger than white cocks. Mike also talked about State Fair food, American Pharaoh, and his disdain for Cris Collinsworth. Meantime, Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan talked about being impressed by Miley Cyrus' voice and successful offenses under Norv Turner. And psychic Ruth Lordan explained that her friend Gary Busey channeled Buddy Holly and Bear Bryant when he did biopics of the two.
Sam starts a new weekly bonus that will feature her favorite bit or segment from the last five episodes that aired earlier in the week. This week, her pick highlights a super cute moment with her little sister, Sienna.
Kelly in Vegas knows who to bet on, and how to win bets. And she shares her expertise every Friday in this special bonus segment of The BS Show.
Mike Gelfand was out and about Thursday night listening to his son's band, Tall, Tall Mountain, and he talked all about it during the latest episode of The BS Show. Also on the episode: best-selling author Jon Pessah, Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan and psychic Ruth Lordan.
John Tuvey from The Huddle is one of the nation's premier fantasy football experts and he joined The BS Show to share his insights on how to win your league. Meantime, movie critic Tim Lammers gave inside info on the latest Hollywood movies, Fox 9's Jim Rich told us about his upcoming trip to the State Fair and what he'll eat and psychic Ruth Lordan weighed in with her Vibe of the Day. And as an added bonus, Bob's 6-year-old daughter Sienna began a new feature called "Sienna Practices To Be A ..." Today, she practices some of the lines she would use as a mom. Tomorrow, she will practice being a surgeon or maybe the president of the United States.
The latest episode of The BS Show features Terri Traen's daughter, Abby Pawelk, discussing how firm and delicious her and her mom's apples are, and Abby's twin sister Paige also weighs in. We're talking about the apples at LuceLine Orchard, of course. Meantime, Pioneer Press fantasy football expert Kevin Cusick and comedian Tim Harmston give drafting tips, along with Bob and Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan. And as an added bonus, psychic Ruth Lordan channels Vince Lombardi, who calls current players "pussies," and Dwight D. Eisenhower, who calls Donald Trump "a cheat and a liar."
Cris Carter was the topic du jour on The BS Show after his comment to NFL rookies that they need a "fall guy." Bob Sansevere talked about the prominent player who told him Carter was "the biggest a-hole I ever played with." Bob also talked about his run-in with Carter. Jim Rich from Fox 9 said he believed Torii Hunter was the flip side of Carter. Bob went with Hrbek as the nicest athlete he dealt with. Marsh Halberg from Halberg Criminal Defense joined in with his thoughts, and psychic Ruth Lordan explained that animals go to heaven when they die and may come back as people.
Switching between lighthearted and serious, former KQ Morning Show star Mike Gelfand digs into Wall Street's plunge, Donald Trump's surge and the Vikings' troubles. Meantime, Abby Pawelk, who is KQ Morning Show standout Terri Traen's daughter, explains which beers make your boobs bigger -- particularly men's boobs. And she tells us her family's Luce Line Orchard will open Labor Day Weekend. Bob and Sam are joined in-studio by Bob's long-time friend, Larry Neumeister, who is told by psychic Ruth Lordan he is a descendant of the patron saint of engravers. Find out what that means on the latest episode of The BS Show.
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Pete Najarian, a standout football player for the Gophers back in the 1980s, tells The BS Show he is interested in interviewing for the University of Minnesota's athletic director's job. He is joined by an old pal from his college days, Jay-Bee, from the KQ Morning Show. The BS Show also had a guest list that included Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan, Mark Ritsema, the lead singer for a local band called Suzie, and psychic Ruth Lordan.
Hall of Famer and Purple People Eater star Carl Eller joins The BS Show to share his thoughts on the whether the Vikings can contend for the Super Bowl. Carl also talks about the golf tournament he has launched to help retired NFL players. Ed Cohen of Smart Start joins Bob for interviews with best-selling author Jon Pessah, movie critic Tim Lammers and psychic Ruth Lordan. It is fun. It is fast-paced. It is something you don't want to miss.
Fox 9 anchor Jeff Passolt joined The BS Show and shared the wonderful story about how he got his first TV job. He said it's a tale he hadn't shared before. Meantime, Abby Pawelk, whose mom is KQ Morning Show standout Terri Traen, talks about how her miniature pot-belly pig Lenny dislikes her fiancee and has a habit of stealing food from the fridge and cupboard and crawls under the covers to eat barbecue ribs in bed. Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan and psychic Ruth Lordan also joined the show, which offered a lot of fun, insight and entertainment.
On a busy day with multiple guests, The BS Show talked with Debbie Lang of Halberg Criminal Defense about the "sucky job" the University of Minnesota's search firm did in recommending Norwood Teague, Brad Blanks joked about his "sex-free" life, as well as the new movie, "Straight Outta Compton," and Jim Rich shares stories about what gets weathermen all worked up. Also, Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand was bothered by a dumb comment by Jerry Kill, referring to the University of Minnesota football coach as "this sonofabitch hillbilly." Mike also shares a few more amusing anecdotes about his father, the subject of a book Mike is writing. The BS Show also is joined in-studio by Bob's former 105 the Ticket cohort Tom Schreier of Cold Omaha and they have an entertaining conversation with St. Paul Saints executive VP Tom Whaley, who is a big Bob Dylan fan and tries singing like Dylan during his segment. Also, Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day and nails what is next for Tom Schreier.
Mike Gelfand delves into the latest news involving #Gropegate at the University of Minnesota and shares memories of Rod Carew threatening to kill him. Meantime, former Gophers star running back Darrell Thompson joins us in-studio on The BS Show. Darrell is the president of Bolder Options, a program that helps troubled teens. Also, Kelly in Vegas offers some betting tips on the Vikings' game, Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan checks in from the PGA and Ruth Lordan gives us her Vibe of the Day.
Will Frankie Valli of Jersey Boys fame sing at a St. Paul Saints game? We asked Saints executive vice president Tom Whaley and you'll have to listen to The BS Show to find out. We also talked with Fox 9's Jim Rich about Channel 9 hosting the Vikings' preseason game Saturday night, and got the lowdown on the latest movies from Tim Lammers, and got psychic Ruth Lordan's Vibe of the Day. Lots of stuff. Lots of fun.
Abby Pawelk, whose mom is KQ Morning Show mainstay Terri Traen, is a regular guest on Wednesdays and she is joined on this episode of The BS Show by Larry Neumeister, a long-time friend who happens to be The Associated Press federal court reporter in New York. Larry covered the Tom Brady trial today and gives us inside info. We also talk with Jim Souhan, who is in Wisconsin covering the PGA and Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
A couple of legal minds weighed in on the latest Norwood Teague news. Marsh Halberg of Halberg Criminal Defense and Ed Cohen of Smart Start MN also shared their thoughts on Donald Trump's popularity not waning after the Republican debate and the latest issues in Ferguson. Jim Souhan from the Star Tribune is back from his vacation, sharing his thoughts on Teague. And Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day as well as what could be next for Teague.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand rips into Norwood Teague for being a serial harasser in the latest episode of The BS Show. Later, a self-tattoo artist named Jess lightens the mood by talking about all the tattoos she has done herself to herself. She's young. She's lively. And she tells you how you can do your own tattoos inexpensively. Meantime, Bob shares some life lessons he is teaching his sons, such as this: "Never marry a gal you've cheated on or want to cheat on."
Mike Gelfand serves up another lively interview, touching on everything from Norwood Teague's sexting to Donald Trump's shiny face during the Republican debate to how his father had problems with the state taking away his license and how "bitches out to get me." Mike Bryant from Bradshaw & Bryant stopped in, and is a lot of fun to have in studio. Kelly in Vegas weighed in on the Vikings' first preseason game, and Ruth Lordan gave a nano-reading to one of our in-studio guests, Carol Sass. Download this show. Now!
Among the things you'll learn on this episode of The BS Show is that the show has gone global, with listeners in such far-flung places as Kazakhstan, Singapore, Slovenia, Iraq and Bob's ancestral homeland, Italy. You'll also learn from Ed Cohen, owner of Smart Start Ignition Interlock System, how it's a bad idea to sleep it off in your car if you've been drinking because that could lead to a DUI. You'll learn about the book on Yogi Berra one of our regular guests, Jon Pessah, is writing, as well as hear movie reviews from Tim Lammers and a report from Vikings training camp with Lindsey Young.
Abby Pawelk makes the annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas with the KQ Morning Show to be with her mom, Terri Traen, and hundreds of other people who love having a good time. Abby joined us today on The BS Show to talk about that and about our mutual friend, Larry the Communist, as well as a bunch of other fun and interesting stuff. We also gave an update on Cecil the Lion's killer. His $1.1 million Florida vacation home has been vandalized and psychic Ruth Lordan does not see a promising future for the lion killer.
Marsh Halberg and Debbie Lang join The BS Show for a compelling conversation with Bob Rich, a local TV producer who talks about being abused by a Catholic priest as a young boy and how the archdiocese is concerned about a documentary he plans to do about the abuse. The mood also is lightened during the show with talk about the absurd price of cheese curds at county fairs and great lines from movies such as the original Star Wars.
Mike Gelfand explains the greed of American Pharoah's owner, explores the decision of the Vikings to make Adrian Peterson the face of Family Day at training camp, examines Donald Trump and the upcoming Republican debate and expounds on his father's intense dislike for Sid Hartman and restaurants. All that and more in the latest episode of The BS Show.