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Funny Firm show prep highlights for the week of March 25 - March 29, 2024

A Virginia start-up is going to help deliver products via drone.  The DroneUp service says it can reach a customer within minutes.  Walmart, Chick-fil-A and 7-Eleven will be testing out the service in the coming months.  *Walmart, Chick-fil-A and 7-Eleven...also affectionately known as...the Redneck tri-fecta.  (Paul Dudley)

Yesterday was "Maundy Thursday," the end of Lent.  Lent is a 40-day period in Christianity leading up to Easter, commemorating the time Jesus spent in the desert fasting and enduring the temptations of Satan.  *Which by the way, is also how most starlets in Hollywood spend their weekdays.  (Rick Fancy)

On this date in 1966, Mick Jagger got eight stitches after a chair was thrown on stage during a show in South France.  *You know the old saying, I went to a Rolling Stones concert, and a hockey game broke out.  (Paul Dudley)  

Brendan Paul was arrested after officers found drugs in his travel bags while boarding Sean "Diddy" Combs' plane in Miami.  Police say he is Diddy's "drug handler".  *Rappers need to realize they may have a drug drug problem if they have their own personal “drug handler”.   (Rick Fancy) 

Will and Jada Smith are closing down their charity.  The Will And Jada Smith Family Foundation is closing after a sharp drop in donations over the last few years. *Well, that's certainly a slap in the face.  (Paul Dudley)

On this date in 1998, the Food and Drug Administration approved Viagra, hailing it as a medical breakthrough for men who suffered from impotence.  *Corvette sales plunged the very same year.  (Paul Dudley)

On this date in 2015, singer Willie Nelson announced that he and his family were hard at work on a new brand of marijuana called Willie's Reserve.  *The new cannabis product even came with a catchy new  jingle..."On the Couch Again"...  (Rick Fancy)

Boeing's CEO is stepping down.  This comes as Boeing continues to deal with the fallout of incidents involving their planes. Last week, the head of the FAA said Boeing must focus on improving safety standards.   *Wait, hold on…Boeing has safety standards?  (Paul Dudley)

A disagreement in Virginia over McDonald's French fries resulted in officers being injured and five people arrested in Falmouth, Virginia.  In the melee, an officer was allegedly thrown to the ground by his neck.  *You deserve a break today…apparently in the neck.  (Rick Fancy)

On this day in 2009, Ozzy Osbourne revealed during an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" that at the age of 60,  he was learning how to drive.  *Almost overnight, pedestrians in England switched from walking shoes, to running shoes.   (Paul Dudley)

Local officials are concerned about a Netflix reality series filmed in a Arkansas jail. The series "Unlocked:  A Jail Experiment" follows inmates who are given more freedom than being stuck in jail.  *This is a change, usually the stars of a reality show go to jail AFTER their show debuts on TV.  (Paul Dudley)

On this date in 2019, due to lack of spacesuits able to fit women, NASA canceled a historic all-female space walk. *Apparently they kept asking the other astronauts…do I look fat in this?  (Rick Fancy)

On this date in 2005, Ozzy Osbourne and wife Sharon's mansion in Buckinghamshire caught on fire while they slept.  *Of course with Ozzy, there’s a fine line between between sleeping...and passing out.   (Paul Dudley)

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