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Ken and Andy further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards as the program enters its death throes. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw. (Visit homepage.)
October 11, 2017: Meet the WFMU DJ Junior League!
Andy is fresh off of Molly's bat mitzvah, which was better than any of Ken's cookie parties and on par with the WFMU Christmas party of 2004.
In studio are:
-Charlie, age 9
-Bea, age 7 (sorta interested in radio)
-Myra, age 10 (also sorta interested in radio)
-Sal age 5
The visitors are home schooled, but 1 or 2 days a week they attend the Brooklyn Apple Academy, a place for home schooled kids to go and interact with other kids. These particular kids are in the radio club at BAA, hence their visit to WFMU.
Tonight’s show features a competition - homeschoolers vs public schoolers. Kids who go to public school are invited to call in and compete with the in-studio kids by answering questions that Ken and Andy provide. Andy offers to adopt the winner.
Questions about the Statue of Liberty, vocabulary, former presidents, and geography are presented. Once they have attained a sizable lead, the homeschoolers attempt to “fall on the ball” and intentionally give out the wrong phone number (to keep the publics from calling). This doesn’t really work - however the homeschoolers hold on to win it 8-6! No adoptions occur.
In other news, the current Kickstarter campaign is just wrapping up, and a new billboard will be up soon!
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