Sporting Events are filled with energetic fans who love hamming it up for the jumbotron camera. One fan at a Boston Celtics game showed off his rockstar moves when a popular Bon Jovi songs hit the speakers...
Dennis and Judi tried to read the Monmouth County Courthouse evacuation story on the air, but couldn't get through the entire news item. Leave it to Dennis and Judi to find the butt of the joke in a courthouse evacuation news story.
Dennis and Judi were discussing dupuytren contracture on the show and Dennis mentioned how he used to use his double jointed thumb as an excuse to get out of gym class when he was a kid. When Dennis would bend his thumb backwards it resembled dupuytren contracture.
Almost every day listeners will call into the Dennis and Judi Show to let everyone know of a police check that is taking place on one of New Jersey's roads. Dennis and Judi will then make New Jersey drivers aware of any police checks that are taking place by announcing them over the air. They have just created a new way to relay this important information to listeners.
Seinfeld and pop culture fans probably remember the line best from this episode of Seinfeld when Elaine repeated it. However, Dennis and others who watched Seinfeld didn't know where the line came from.
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