The show is like your favorite 4$ pair of flip flops that you bought 17 years ago on the boardwalk in Seaside. They're an absolutely perfect pair, A little funny looking yet somehow they just make perfect sense.. They're a little smelly but comfortable, a little sloppy yet somehow classy.. They're kinda rough around the edges yet somehow enduring. And every once in awhile,. when you realize they're such an important part of your life, you wonder what the hell you've been thinking all these years..People may not understand why you're so attached to 'em, but no one can ever talk you into replacing 'em!
Dennis and Judi
How does Dennis Malloy survive Back to School night?
Dennis Malloy is not a fan of Back to School night, but there's one main motivator that seemed to make this dreadful night better.
How to prevent co-workers from stealing your lunch
It works in Judi Franco's house, so who says it wouldn't work at the office?
Dennis sides with the ACLU: ‘Leave those hookers alone!’
It's not often that Dennis Malloy sides with the ACLU.
Why the government needs to stay out of job interviews
It may be hard to believe, but there's another stupid proposed bill in the Garden State.
Why Bruce superfan Judi Franco doesn’t want to go to his book signing
I decided to test out what it would be like to be a star and pulled a little big-shot diva trip of my own.
Judi Franco: ‘If I were Kaepernick’s mom, he wouldn’t hear the end of this’
Judi Franco offers some parental advice to Colin Kaepernick and those choosing to protest the National Anthem.
Dennis & Judi try working in customer service … and fail miserably
It went about as well as you thought. Spoiler alert: Dennis got loud with one of the customers.
How to make a man bun with Judi Franco
Does Judi Franco pull off one of the trendiest hairstyles in the world today?
Dennis Malloy: On 9/11, I remembered the kindness of Americans
Dennis Malloy penned a personal note about the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks 15 years later.
Forget North vs. South Jersey. The real debate is public vs private
Let's put aside the "hoagie" or "sub" debate for something that actually affects everyone in the Garden State.