Livestream Wednesday, August 16, 2023
The Preston & Steve Show Livestream
Wednesday, August 16, 2023 Rundown
(00:05:06) Entertainment Report. Paris Hilton is facing criticism for vacationing in Maui only 30 miles from the fires that have been raging throughout the island. Tracy Morgan has weighed in on the Ozempic trend, revealing that he has been using the diabetes medicine to lose weight. Orange is the New Black star Taryn Manning has apologized after posting a video in which she claimed she had an affair with a married man and “has been licking his butthole for weeks on end”. Researchers in Peru have discovered a new species of snake and named it after Harrison Ford. Millie Bobby Brown said she is ready to move on from Stranger Things, comparing it to graduating from high school.
(00:37:06) Unique Vintage Collections. The 12th Annual Lehigh Valley Fan Meet took place this weekend, and the gang talks about this as well as other weird things they or people they know collect, including toasters, vintage irons, wooden ducks, and more.
(00:50:35) Lehigh Valley Fan Meet Host Robbie Lawrence calls in. Robbie talks to the gang about collecting fans, including about a friend who bought a $50,000 fan, his favorite fan movie scene, and more.
(01:14:28) Live on Fox Good Day. The gang joins Fox Good Day and talk about lies their parents told them and lies they’ve told their own kids, such as saying a nuclear power plant was a cloud machine, bugs are in vending machines, and more. They also briefly discuss the Little League World Series.
(01:20:18) Bizarre Files. A blackout has sparked a warning for Queensland, Australia residents after someone attempting to staple a sign to an electric pole was “shocked into the next county”. A venomous Brazilian Wandering Spider was discovered in and subsequently shut down an Austrian supermarket. A woman who fractured her ankle during a trip to Eataly last year is suing for negligence, blaming the accident on a piece of ham.
(01:28:14) 6th Annual Dining With The Dogs. Chef Mike and Jamie Blackburn join the show and talk about the upcoming event, how it benefits veterans and the menu for this year’s event (including hot dogs and pupcakes).
(01:49:09) Kids Shows Theme Songs Game. The interns compete against each other to guess the theme songs to popular kids shows and win prizes for callers.
(02:33:09) Ricochet joins the show. WWE wrestler Ricochet joins the show and talks with the gang about his recent match against Logan Paul at Summer Slam, the importance of recovery and taking care of his body, Wrestlemania being a Woodstockian event in the wrestling world, and more.
(02:53:59) National Roller Coaster Day. The gang talks about rollercoasters they have been on, the original reason they were built, uncomfortable headrests on coasters, and more.
(03:17:26) Bizarre Files. 4 divers who failed to resurface after a pleasure boat trip have been rescued 46 miles off the coast of Cape Fear. A 2 air boat crash at Wild Florida resulted in 13 injured passengers and the shutting down of the park. A 45-year-old New Hampshire man will be in jail for a year after leaving the newborn grandson of Baseball Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley in the woods where he was born.
(03:35:04) Hollywood Trash & Music News. The Killers issued an apology Tuesday after bringing a Russian fan onstage during an Eastern European show and saying the Russians and Georgians were brothers and sisters, which seemingly derailed the show. The Foo Fighters surprised their fans when they brought Michael Bublé on stage at a San Francisco concert to sing. BMI will present Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top the prestigious Troubadour Award. Chris Daughtry revealed that he was once asked to sing for Aerosmith in Steven Tyler’s stead. Dolly Parton will be releasing a version of “Let It Be” on her next album that will include Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Mick Fleetwood and Peter Frampton.
(04:01:45) Wrap Up. The gang discusses early MTV music videos before Pierre Robert joins the show and previews the upcoming show and talks about the upcoming Bruce Springsteen concerts.