WCJM Is Stuck In Your Head

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After a long time without a show, the first show with all seven cast members was put on. On Saturday, July 28, Jim planned on having Jeff and Chris over. But then, Jim figured, why not get the rest of the cast over? Alberto had broken his wrist a week earlier and had nothing better to do, and Mike was already in the house. All that was needed was Dave and Matt. So, the night before, Jim called Dave (who wasn’t home). Dave called back later and agreed to do the show. Jim then called Matt, who agreed to do the show as well.

Jim and Jeff went to Radio Shack to get another microphone splitter in order to get everyone their own microphone. (Matt was soft throughout the show, although he can still be heard through most). Chris and Alb were fifteen minutes late (they were due at twelve), but that didn’t matter- Dave wouldn’t be there until four-o-clock! So, the cast sat down and set up the show and talked until Dave arrived. Four-o-clock came around, but Dave didn’t! He was caught up at the airport at a flying lesson, so the cast had to start without him. But Mike did a great impression of Dave and covered for his absence. Dave arrived about a half an hour later and completed the seven-member cast.

Other than Matt being very soft, the show went perfectly! No mess-ups and perfect timing rounded out the longest show to date: 148 minutes! Edward the “N-M” pun artist, Dr. K, the Food Critic, Traffic, News and Weather, Who Wants to Be A Millionaire, the Absolutely Nothing Promo, The Price is Right, Useless News, Alberto’s Top Ten List, Award Show Skits, and Stuffy D. Bear combined to make this show hilarious!

Everyone was given a chance to put on songs that got stuck in their heads and made for a nice mixture of music styles. Jim and Chris were even able to play their first recorded song, “Walkin’ in the Dark.” (All of Jim and Chris’s songs are copyrighted 2001 by FMP, a subsidiary of WCJM Internet Radio Co. and stealing their material is punishable by horrendous acts of discipline). Chris even got to do the REAL hosting job for this show! And as always, WCJM hopes that this show will be stuck in your head for years to come!