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Fonseca Show with Fonseca 03/22/24

Fonseca Show Best of Calls:



- WGN-TV says a rare Michael Jordan card recently sold in New York City for a whopping $232,846.80. The card features Jordan in full shooting form with a Chicago skyline in the background. 

- USA Today says reviews for "Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire" are overwhelmingly negative. The Wall Street Journal calls the film "a spiritless sequel" while Empire magazine refers to it as "an overpopulated mish-mash." A headline in The New York Post reads, "Who ya gonna call ... to get your money back?"

- The Joblo Movie Network says Godzilla was recently named Tokyo Police Chief for a day. The move was done to promote road safety

- Giant Freakin Robot says Marvel is putting Ant-Man 4, Captain Marvel 3, and Eternals 2 on hold. The studio is shifting towards doing more established successes like Doctor Strange 3, Black Panther 3, and a sequel to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

- Engadget says DoorDash is currently testing a drone delivery service with Wendy's in Christiansburg, Virginia. They are offering deliveries in 30 minutes or less. DoorDash plans to expand to more U.S. cities. 

- Dexerto says McDonald’s has announced the return of the Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry.  The dessert is only available in Canada. Some U.S. fans expressed frustration at missing out on the sweet treat, with one saying, "Why is it always other countries?"


Mega Millions Nears A Billion Dollars: ABC says tonight's Mega Millions lottery jackpot is worth $977 million with a lump sum cash payout of $461 million. The chance of winning the Mega Millions jackpot is 1 in 302.6 million. 

Rutgers University has published the 10 most common drawn Mega Millions numbers since 2017. 

11: Drawn 37 times. 

22: Drawn 37 times

24: Drawn 34 times

18: Drawn 34 times

13: Drawn 32 times

25: Drawn 31 times

4: Drawn 30 times

9: Drawn 30 times

17: Drawn 29 times

19: Drawn 28 times

The Source says Justin Timberlake's upcoming tour has already generated over $140 million in ticket sales. Timberlake's tour will include 70 global shows and has already attracted one million fans. 

Tate McRae tells that she tries to stick to a schedule when she's not on tour. “I try to keep a pretty consistent schedule. That's the only thing that keeps me sane when I'm home. I'll usually wake up and I'll drink water as best as I can, usually with some lemon. Then I'll make breakfast and I'll go to the gym and start getting ready, and then I'll get ready for my studio session that day."

Benson Boone tells Billboard magazine that he may be a bit too laid back for his own good. “Sometimes I’m a little bit too stress-free. I just make decisions in my head and I don't look back. I've probably missed out on some opportunities because of that, but it's who I am.”

Teddy Swims tells that he connects to his fans by being open and vulnerable. “I don’t worry too much about balancing too much between what people relate to and what I feel. We are meant to understand each other and so many people are going through the same things. So, the more vulnerable and truthful I am about myself the more it continues to resonate with the people it’s meant to find. ”

Page Six says Beyoncé recently attended a party while wearing 300 carats of diamonds, a cowboy bodysuit and a diamond grill. 

The Joblo Movie Network says Sharon Stone pitched a Barbie movie in the '90s, but executives objected to Barbie being portrayed as powerful. Stone says,  “I went to the studio to try and make Barbie in the 1990s with a producer, a friend of mine, and I had the then-CEO of Mattel on my side. We got thrown out of the studio. They were like, ‘Why would you take this American icon and try to destroy it? What is wrong with you?’ I got a lecture and an escort to the door. They didn’t think Barbie should be powerful.“

Heat Magazine says Taylor Swift is allegedly encouraging Travis Kelce to try couples' therapy due to the pressure they are facing as a couple.  A source says, "The level of pressure on them as a couple can be incredibly hard to handle. They’re both overwhelmed and that’s got Taylor stressing about their future. She’s had so many relationships that start out great, which then crash and burn. She doesn’t want that to happen with Travis, so she’s thinking that couples’ therapy could be a good idea. That way, they can get expert help to protect their relationship against future problems.’’

The NY Post says an Exeter, England woman, named Taylor Ryan, has been earning $32,000 a month as a Megan Fox look-a-like.  Ryan quit her barista job in 2020 to impersonate the Hollywood star full-time. Clients pay for specific requests, such as wearing Fox's iconic outfits 

The News International says Paul Rudd has used his Marvel  and Ghostbusters money to open a small shop in Rhinebeck, New York called Samuel’s Sweet Shop.Customers say Rudd is approachable, friendly, and often works the cash register.  A source says, “He takes time to speak to the staff and learn their names and ask them questions about their lives, and he’ll talk about his life and show us pictures from the Super Bowl or tell us what’s going on with his house or his dog” 

Contact Music says Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne's marriage counseling session lasted only 30 minutes. Sharon says,  "One session. He lasted half an hour and threw a water bottle at the wall and walked out. No matter how much bad behavior or who's wrong or right in a certain situation, I love him. He's the only man other than my dad that I've ever loved. I just adore him. And I knew what he was before I married him."

Geo TV says Prince William is being advised to never forgive Prince Harry for his recent behavior. A source says, “Just step back for a moment and consider all the putrid garbage Harry and wife Meghan have slung at the royals in the past few years. From the Oprah whine-a-thon to the royal privacy-shredding six-part Netflix series and Harry’s kiss-and-tell book — not to mention all the other sniping, trashy media stuff in between — it’s been a constant barrage of vicious vitriol aimed at destroying the reputation of the Royal Family and of the Monarchy itself. And the fact they’ve lined their pockets with gazillions of grubby dollars in the process makes the selling out of their family even more despicable.’’

Larry David tells The Rich Eisen Show that he knows nothing about March Madness.  “You know what, can I make an admission here?” David started out by saying when Eisen broached the topic. “This tournament — how much can I follow in sports? I’m supposed to know who’s on Drake? I mean, this is crazy — crazy. Valparaiso? I know names on Valparaiso? This is insane. I don’t know anything. Maybe I’ll watch the semifinal, but that’s it. What can I do? I’ve got the Rangers, I’ve got the Knicks; I can’t follow all these teams. How do people do it? How do they do it?”

The Sunday World says Conor McGregor has renamed his Dublin pub in honor of his new movie "Road House." The Black Forge Inn now displays the name "Road House" on its main door. 

Jake Gyllenhaal tells Decider magazine that he paid tribute to Patrick Swayze in "Road House" by donning special tattoos. “I have a couple of different tattoos [in the movie] in honor of Patrick. When I put them on in the morning, I’d be reminded of the history of this piece and the origins of it, which was good to remember every day. They’re supposed to be, like, Easter eggs. They’re like, ‘Oh, don’t say! Go look for them.’ Press pause and look, you’ll find them. They’re just they’re just a little ode to him.”

'Road House' is streaming on Amazon Prime

LadBible says Jake Gyllenhaal had to remind Conor McGregor not to actually hit him while filming fight scenes for their new movie "Road House." Jake says, "It was a bit scary at times. I mean, that first time where we go face to face, I was definitely intimidated.  He was guiding me through the grappling and he was giving me instruction in how to choke him out and do all these things, but ultimately… and I had to say to him a couple of times, like, remind him, ‘Remember, we’re in a fake fight, don’t actually punch me’ and he was like, ‘Oh yeah, right, right, right’ And in those moments, where he’s, 'Right, right right’, you go, ‘Jesus’, but it was good fun."

'Road House' is streaming on Amazon Prime

AV Club says Kristen Wiig has no plans for a Bridesmaids sequel. She says, “That story had an end, and it’s so beloved to me for 10 million reasons, and I think it’s okay to just have it exist in the world as it is. That group of women was the most magical thing ever. Almost all of us were really good friends already. I think it was such a magical time.''

March Madness Survey ….According to a new survey by Frank's Red Hot

Most likely to drown their sorrows in snacks — Southerners

Most likely to eat snacks relevant to their team or region for good luck — Southerners

Most likely to try not to toss their plate due to sadness or excitement — Easterners

Most confident that their favorite team can win it all — Easterners

Least confident that their favorite team can win it all — Westerners

Biggest underdog fans — Midwesterners

Biggest buzzer beater moment fans — Midwesterners

Most likely to prefer hot foods — Westerners and Southerners

Most likely to heat up ramen — Midwesterners

Most likely to add heat to unusual foods — Easterners

Most likely to add condiments to pasta and cookies — Easterners

Most competitive — Easterners and Westerners

Least likely to go on a date each month — Midwesterners

Most likely to be divorced — Midwesterners

March Madness Snack Survey

A new survey by McCormick and  St Pierre reveals that 97% of college basketball fans snack during March Madness games. Other findings:

- 58% of fans consume more food during the tournament compared to the rest of the season

- 24% of Southerners indulge in more snacks when their team loses

- 35% of Westerners prefer spicy foods

- 44% of East Coast hoops fans are the most likely to add condiments to cookies and ice cream

- 44% of fans embrace food-focused superstitions

- 79% of fans carry out pre-game rituals for good luck

- 71% of those who are religious about their rituals refuse to watch the game until they are performed

- 32% of basketball fans refuse to watch a game with someone they deem unlucky

Top 10 ‘Bad Luck’ Game Day Foods .. According to a new survey by the brioche brand St Pierre 

  1. Deviled eggs

  2. Garlic bread

  3. Salsa and queso dip

  4. Ice cream

  5. Chicken Wings

  6. Mozzarella sticks

  7. Mini burgers with various toppings

  8. Trail mix with nuts, pretzels, and dried fruit

  9. Pretzels

  10. Pasties

Top 10 ‘Good Luck’ Game Day Foods … According to a new survey by the brioche brand St Pierre 

  1. Pizza

  2. Hot dogs

  3. Burgers

  4. Chips

  5. Popcorn

  6. Chicken Wings

  7. Ice cream

  8. Chicken sliders

  9. Cupcakes

  10. Cookies

Top 5 Jobs With The Highest Number of Cheaters ... According to a new article by the NY Post

1. Firefighters

2. Cops

3. Bartenders

4. Men in the military

5. Pilots 

Dear Fonseca,

I'm a bartender at a local bar that does a Two-For-Tuesday special. I received a $200 tip on Tuesday night. The customer came in last night and demanded their money back saying they were drunk when they tipped me. They said they overpaid me and needed the money because they can't make rent. I was furious and initially refused to return the money. My manager has no spine and is leaving the decision up to me. Now, I'm thinking about giving the tip back because I feel bad that the customer can't make rent. The other bartenders are begging me to keep the cash. They say it's the customer's fault they overtipped because they were drunk. What would you do if you were me? 

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