The Return Of Pauly
Pauly tells the crew about his white water rafting experience at Letchworth Park. According to him the waters were definitely for beginners, it was definitely nothing to worry about. See the whole rafting photo gallery HERE.
As you know Pauly was out promoting and putting his sauce on grocery store shelves. This guy was offended that Pauly would have the audacity that he would have better sauce than him. Crazy thing is this guy doesn’t have his own sauce. Pauly says, “The best marinara sauce he makes is for his family.” HA hysterical! Even worse that the guy’s cousin has a store one town over in North Kingsville and took ten cases of the Pauly Sauce.
A 23-year-old kid from Greece was in New York City for the Electric Zoo Festival. Well they got the guy who sold it to him. Pat Morgan of Buffalo was arrested this morning. He is in jail for $100,000 bail.
Sports Talk w/ Ditullio
Nigel Bradham has been suspended for the first game of the 2014 regular season because of his substance abuse charge last year.
30% percent of 1.4 Billion dollars. That's how much has to be put up from the person who wins the bid for the Bills. Tools thinks it will be Pegula. Which makes sense since Bon Jovi is worth $500 Million.
Wease tells John Ditullio about a Netflix documentary called "The Battlered Bastards of Baseball" Wease and Billy loved it. Clip Below:
So You Thought He Could Dance
Local star Teddy Coffey bid farewell last night from the show "So You Think You Can Dance" Sadly he was one cut away from being apart of the touring group. On the upside, next week Jasmine Harper, from Rush Henrietta, will be an All Star in next week's show. You may have seen her this year on tv for her commercial for Degree check it out below:
Wease Vs. Marianne
Once again Marianne takes offense at Wease's backhanded compliments. When talking about her comedy he says she "has great stage presence" (what? she's not funny?), and never notices when she dresses cute, but always compliments Jackie Nutt's outfits. We think Marianne is very funny...
Doug Emblidge News
Bonus Content.... Celebrity Bikini Fails
Comedian Steven Shaffer joins us in studio. He's the best friend of our buddy Dom Irrera, a Philly native who talks about his growing up, appearances on the Johnny Carson show, and life as a travelling comic.
We also talk about sad stories out of Hollywood, like Drew Barrymore's have sister being found dead, and Kelsey Grammar lobbying to keep his sister's killer behind bars.
Good Samaritans Attacked
A concerned Denver couple called police about a young boy left in a hot car – but by the time cops arrived, it's the good Samaritans needed an ambulance. For themselves – and the boy's mother is charged with running them down. Even worse – 43-year-old Shannon Dominguezis now confined to a wheelchair and doctors say she may never walk the same again.
Dominguez and her boyfriend, Alan Mason, were in the parking lot at a local Dollar Tree back on June 7th. The couple noticed the child locked in a white Honda with all four windows rolled up in the direct sun. "She heard me on the phone with police," says Dominguez. That’s when 27-year-old Kristina Riddell got mad, threatened to beat her up and punched Mason in the face.
Dominguez says they were standing in an empty parking space when Riddell then got in her car, backed up and accelerated towards them, hitting Dominguez first, then Mason. He went over the hood. "She had her windows down, so I grabbed onto the door. She drug me about 20 feet," says Mason. “I realized she wasn’t going to stop, so I let go. I tumbled in the parking lot.” And while their lives are forever changed, the couple says if they could do it over again, they would. As for Riddell, she has an extensive criminal record, including arrests for assault, domestic violence and multiple driving violations. Now, she's facing charges of hit-and-run, assault and child abuse.
This lead to Pauly telling about the time he witnessed a parking lot brawl when a car was being towed, and how scary it was. the moral of these stories.... "always mind your own business".
Jackie Nutt Slime
Hollywood gossip courtesy of The Wease Show's resident youngster.
Henrietta Hots Controversy
Witness statements filed in court papers appear to cast more doubt on a man’s claim that he was the victim of police brutality during his July 4th arrest. News of Ryan Conklin’s arrest at Henrietta Hots first spread on social media with the release of a cell phone video recorded by Conklin’s friend.
Conklin claimed police roughed him up and escalated a situation that he did not provoke. Conklin claimed that he was merely asking three deputies why they were all taking a dinner break from their routine patrols at a time when bars were letting out. Conklin was charged with disorderly conduct and insists he will fight the charge. Deputies stood by the arrest and later released video from store surveillance cameras that showed a longer interaction between Conklin and deputies.
The video also refuted Conklin’s claim that he was only inside Henrietta Hots for seconds before the confrontation with deputies. Now, witness statements on file with Henrietta Town Court appear to dispute Conklin’s claim that he was sober and not provoking deputies. “I could tell that he was completely trashed and I could smell the alcohol,” wrote one Henrietta Hots employee of Conklin when describing the situation. Another said Conklin and his friend, “appeared to be intoxicated.”
Another witness said she heard Conklin say, "I'm not going to be able to hold my tongue tonight, something is going to go down." After Conklin was taken away by deputies witnesses claim that friend went back inside the restaurant and said, “That was bound to happen.” Another witness said she asked the friend why and he responded, “I don’t know. He’s just drunk.”
Conklin is due back in Henrietta Town Court to answer to that disorderly conduct charge next week.
After the initial confrontation Conklin called the Wease Show, and denied being drunk or confrontational.
Ryan calls today to defend himself, and how the police come to his house to antagonize him. We get callers that both defend Ryan and think he's nuts.
Joined in studio by Duane Betts, son of Dickey Betts, who is headlining tonight's Party In The Park. Wease asks Duane the lame question everyone asks... is he named after Dickey's former Allman Bros. bandmate Duane Allman? Yes he is. Wease and Duane discuss music, touring, life in Florida, and more.