Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry tackle super serious issues going into the weekend, like how China is importing so many Donkeys out of Africa that it has now been banned. Donkey-based gelatin has so many "health" benefits according to the Chinese that they HAVE to have it. Sounds like a new dish at Chuck-a-Rama. We find an expert to help us pronounce "Van Gogh" after two of his previously stolen paintings were recovered. "Zenheadlines" of course.
Now kids in a Portland-area elementary school can worship Satan in an after-school program now that the Satanic temple of portland got the approval to have a club like other religions. FINALLY! What else were Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry going to do with all that goat blood? Plus, ksl.com's cereal poll is both annoying and intriguing. If Cinnamon Toast Crunch doesn't win, we've lost all faith in humanity. #zenheadlines to brighten your day.
Zoos from across the world have been trying a technique to get Pandas to mate so that they can grow the species. They show them video of other Pandas mating. Panda Porn. When Alex Kirry was a reporter on the Nightside Project, he wanted to get to the bottom of this disgusting practice of showing Pandas their own porn. Someone has to stand up for Pandas to stop this practice.
On this episode of The Nightside Project:
A UK man found out the hard way that smoking isn't just a heath hazard but can also be deadly for your car. In an effort to rid his car from the smell of cigarette smoke, he bathed the vehicle in a thick gas of air freshener. Unfortunately, a spark from the car's ignition lit the cloud of gas and the car exploded with the driver inside.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry defend the FBI. Someone has to.
What NOT to do if you're trying to discover more information about a girl you just met.
Finally, #zenheadlines and the worst carpool lane partner ever, Donald Trump.
The Nightside Project is a KSL NewsRadio production.
President Obama says NO to ketchup on hot dogs! Good policy? Or is it finally the proof Trump needs that the President is a foreigner?
In the least timely movie review ever, Ethan Millard tells Alex Kirry why even Star Trek haters will love the new(er) Star Trek movie. Also, we talk about the High Life music festival- where everyone was high but the drone that hit a Bone Thugs N Harmony singer in the face.
Kicking off a Thursday right with an old school chunk of a Seriously Thursday Night that was actually kinda serious. Redshirting your kid is a new trend that parents are using to get their little kid ahead in sports, socially and with academics. Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry throw you a bonus old episode even with a First World Problems mixed in to kick off your Thursday right. Don't worry, brand spankin' new episodes from today drop today again.
Americans are more uncomfortable with the two main party candidates than they were even before the debate. Not able to see the future of this country if either Hillary Trump or Donald Clinton is elected, Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard call "Future Ethan" to see if our country held together after all was said and done. Future calling is a new app on the Iphone 7.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry chat about a Mom who took back her life by throwing away her kids' toys. Ethan's kids' toys used to just get a visit from the 'hammer fairy' when they got too many. Plus, the heart breaking homerun that sealed the connection between one Miami Marlin 2nd baseman and his fallen teammate, Jose Fernandez. Is it dusty in here or are you chopping onions?
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard are super excited to hear less, not more about the presidential debate from this week and Hillary Clinton makes a contrived appearance on Between Two Ferns. Want a real headphone jack for your iphone 7? Don't listen to this guy who duped a ton of gullable rich kids into ruining their new phones. #ZENHEADLINES rule!
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry from KSL NewsRadio's The Nightside Project chat with relationship coach and human being expert, Dr. Matt Townsend to figure out how to gossip the good way. The Pope condemns you and Zen Headlines live from the road.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry were at Megaplex Theaters during a Seriously Thursday Night, not that long ago discussing how terrible Batman v. Superman was going to be. Suddenly Superman himself, Dean Cain, rolled up and proved them wrong. Superman wins every time. Enjoy.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry start off the Nightside Podcast for the week with South Korea's plan to assassinate Kim Jong Un, Supreme Obese Panda-Dictator of North Korea. Plus, hear President Obama's wife, Michelle impersonate the President. Alex calls his wife and she does an impersonation of him.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard check out some #ZENheadlines including pizza from the vending machine and GI Joe's creator comes right out and says GI Joe represents liberal values and Cobra represents well, you know, republicans.
With the Gubernatorial debate coming up soon, Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard wanted to play for you their favorite Governor Herbert quote ever. Americans are "accidentally" bringing guns through airport security more than ever so we get an expert's opinion on packing heat but making sure its packed the right way. Alex gets busted at a jazz game with nail clippers.
In this bonus weekend shorty episode, Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry wanted to bring back our final First World Problem we ever did on the air as a little 'thanks' for making our first month of podcast-only broadcasting a major success. We have exceeded our own expectations and its all because of YOU! So continue to ask a friend and teach a neighbor about the podcast and we want your #firstworldproblems to bring it back to the show and #zenheadlines to continue ending your commute happy! Enjoy, Love, Ethan and Alex
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry review some of the tornado hype from KSL this week and viewers and listeners flood the KSL servers with videos of them chasing the storm and wondering if this is the rapture. Harambe the Gorilla is not a character in the Harry Potter world. Ethan tries to 'Expecto Patronum' right in the studio. Plus, the Donald Trump foundation needs your help. Donate today.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk about the problems they're having in Zion National Park with the amount of visitors who need to use the facilities. Solution? Bring in the helicopters to lift the "solid tanks" out of the desert.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard learn about one man who forged boarding passes and lived in and out in the sky clubs inside an airport. Nightside investigates if the Delta Sky Club food would be enticing enough to try it and Ethan reminds you that he's been canyoneering and you haven't by telling you that flash floods in the desert can kill you. Finally, a Minnesota business owner is saying you got it all wrong when he put "Muslims, Get Out" on his business marquee. He meant, 'Muslims Get Out!'
Ethan Millard pretends like he has the answers to all the homelessness in Salt Lake City. Alex Kirry pretends to listen. London thinks In-N-Out will solve the rampant problem they have with wizards living among them. Obesity, animal style. Finally, the most dangerous road in Utah has been found. It might surprise you.
Let us preface this classic Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry argument by saying that Ethan will soon move into a more deer infested neighborhood and his tune will change when he hits bambi with his car when they overpopulate his hood and he has to shell out dough because we didn't kill the doe. The average deer v. car collision costs a driver $3000. Venison anyone?
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry sit back and watch the awkward moment when KSL's Studio 5 visited the "Fairy Forest" in the Unitas and "decorated" for a segment on their show while others have asked to end the littering of the forest and a group is taking the task on themselves. Zen headlines to save your mind by saving you money at the gas pump.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry try to burn a few more calories with the Donald Trump 24 hour workout place and with the BYU Cougars struggling a little bit more than many expected and the faithful fans are even booing after only 3 games into the season. Come on, Ty Detmer! FIGURE IT OUT! (cries)
Dr. Bill Williams from Duke University tells Jay a thing or two about the long history of Skittles killing people. Not unlike terrorists.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry read your reviews of the changes to how we review things online that our legislature in Washington DC is considering right now. Protecting your rights to be a negative ninny in your reviews of stuff online without anyone suing you. Ahhh freedom. Chef Chad Pritchard from Oregano Italian Kitchen in Provo has his own thoughts as a restaurant owner on the review process. He makes good sausage. Speaking of Food, ITS THE HAMDOG in Zen Headlines.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard discuss the man who shutdown the Eagle Mountain Utah Elementary school and how he needs help not a jail cell. Plus, portraying Dad as an idiot or as one of the kids is one of our pet peeves. Good thing this KSL.com article doesn't make that mistake.