Monday, May 4: The Rescued Raccoon Needs A Name, Mark Hayward From Small Business Administration, Trainer Luke's Advice for AJ's Biking Marathon

May 04, 2020, 05:15 PM

Is the Commission for the Department of Labor having a mental breakdown? Chaz and AJ have some audio from a Fox 61 report that seems to suggest he's right on the edge. (0:00)  

Eunice called in an update on the rescued raccoon from Chaz's yard, and the crew starts to think about a name for her since her recovery has been so encouraging. (7:30) 

New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker wants to "one-up" Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin on his presentation to deter riding ATVs in the street. Plus, Bridgeport Deputy Fire Chief James Buck talks about having to rescue 28 people from the beach. (17:11)   

Jennifer was on to explain why she screamed over the weekend, and threw out a pair of shoes. (30:15) 

Camp Getaway, an adult camp in Kent, CT will be a show on Bravo starting tonight! David, who runs the camp, was on with Chaz and AJ to explain what to expect from the show. (34:51) 

Steve's birthday was Friday, while serving in Afghanistan. Chaz and AJ gave him a shoutout for building a makeshift and badass gym, and acknowledged "The Gun Bunnies." (45:19) 

Mark Hayward from the Small Business Administration was on with Chaz and AJ to offer the Tribe help on securing the small business loans. Towards the end of the interview, Tim came on to tell Mark what to say. (47:38)  

Ashley's mom, Momma Gee, had a socially distanced birthday over the weekend, but it was her gift that Chaz and AJ had a big issue with. (1:01:58) 

AJ is going to attempt biking for 24 straight hours, "Miles for Masks" so Chaz and AJ brought in a professional to help him. Luke Yoder from The Edge Fitness was on to help AJ to prepare. (1:09:10) 

James from Seymour called Chaz and AJ to talk about becoming an Eagle Scout during quarantine. However, James took a little too long getting to the point, and was hung up on, leading into Dumb Ass News. (1:23:11) 

It is a rare, rare moment when AJ comes to the defense of children. Today was one of those rare moments, because AJ was such a fan of this 8-year-old's viral song. (1:31:51)