Ethan and Keira delve into a sticky situation up at Wasatch Junior High where a teacher made a student put duct tape over their mouth for misbehaving.
Alex and Dave close out the show by talking about Spotify's losses and how young adults are choosing to live with their parents more often.
Alex and Dave are not thrilled about a proposal to add a fee to visit Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons. Also, the guys talk about smoking rooms, letting your child cry themselves to sleep, and the Bachelorette.
Alex and Dave delve into the Bill Cosby trial and point out what science says about sibling abuse.
Ethan and Alex delve into the issues that pop up at the end of the school year.
Ethan and Alex talk about the pitfalls of Senator Weiler's porn bill, reexamine the bomb threats from today, discuss a zip line death, and VA wait times.
Ethan and Alex report on the wave of bomb threats hitting the nation today, talk about a beard preventing a man from walking at graduation, share some hilarious sound, and delve into dropping college enrollment.
Ethan and Alex really delve into changing nutrition labels, play songs that make them happy, update you on the NFL, and share the diary of a young girl in the final hour of the show.
Ethan and Alex share millennial first world problems, Share some hilarious sound from the day, and tell you how nutrition labels may be changing again.
Ethan and Alex decide to delve into a lot of controversial topics during the first hour of our phone-it-in-Friday show.
Google wants to put sticky surfaces on its self-driving cars to reduce the damage to people in accidents. Ethan and Alex debate the merits of this idea, share bad ideas in 5 words, go over some controversial advertising, and debate the necessity of having a valedictorian in high school.
Ethan and Alex talk about Clevelanders taking advantage of Republicans, share your first world problems, and play Heads Up.
Would you leave your sleeping baby alone in the house for a few minutes? Ethan and Alex delve into that discuss how we should modify school curriculum.
Ethan and Alex share some intriguing sound, tell you when to avoid having road rage, implore you to stop pampering your pets, and share what they learned on the program tonight.
Jon Miller, Donald Trump's "Executive Vice Presidential choice," makes an appearance on the show. Ethan and Alex also delve into bike safety and protecting your web searches.
Did Governor Gary Herbert cross the line with lobbyists when he promised to make himself available for money? Also, Ethan and Alex give you a presidential election update and ask if employers should be able to email you after normal work hours.
Ethan and Alex create a new show for Justin, the unelected de facto governor until Governor Herbert stops meeting with wealthy campaign donors, talk about fast food in Sandy, share some amazing sound, and share what they learned on the program.
New York makes it illegal to refuse alcohol to a pregnant woman, the TSA fails again, Russia insults Obama, and the guys share annoying songs.
Governor Herbert tells lobbyists that he's leaving Justin and the Lt. Governor in charge while he goes to meet with campaign donors. Also, a baby bison is euthanized due to the ignorance of Yellowstone National Park visitors.
While filling in for Ethan and Alex, Jay McFarland points out how quickly Donald Trump's opponents have begrudgingly supported him.
The TSA is telling customers to expect long lines and wait times of several hours this summer. Jay McFarland, filling in for Ethan and Alex, thinks the TSA needs to come up with a new system.
Jay McFarland steps in for Ethan and Alex tonight and he wants to know why Donald Trump is denying that he's John Miller.
Ethan and Alex scoff at Pizza Hut's new world record, duke it out in News Wars, and share what they learned on the program for Seriously Thursday Night at Bruges Waffles and Frites in Draper.
Ethan and Alex take your First World Problems, share interesting sounds from the day, delve into binge watching, and wonder if listening to a book on tape counts as reading it.
Is Utah really as boring as areavibes.com claims? While at Bruges Waffles and Frites in Draper, Ethan and Alex break it down, go over the importance of recess and whether no tipping really works in the restaurant industry.