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Funny Firm show prep highlights for the week of June 14 - June 18, 2021        

A hand-made ceramic vase made by actor Seth Rogan is going to a new home.  TMZ reports the vase sold for about ten-thousand dollars at an auction in Canada on Thursday.  *I hope the buyer knows that just because it's made by Seth Rogan, doesn't mean it's filled with weed.  (Paul Dudley)

Thursday was National Eat Your Vegetables Day.  The veggies your parents always made you eat can contain protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.  *Unfortunately though, none of them contain naturally occurring processed cheese dip.  (Paul Dudley)  

Friday would have been Roger Ebert's 78th birthday. *Ebert will have a happy birthday in heaven, because he won't be forced to watch Fast & Furious 9.  (Dave Vincent)

Organizers of next month's Tokyo Olympics plan to give away about 150-thousand condoms to athletes.  The organizers are urging athletes to socially distance themselves to protect against the coronavirus.  The most popular person in the Olympic Village?  *The guy who uses a condom, and can still maintain 6 feet of social distancing.  (Paul Dudley)

Peloton is warning that hackers could spy on users, even get access to the touch screen and steal personal information.  Apparently, hackers can install fake versions of apps like Netflix and Spotify. *Great, another excuse for me to avoid turning on the exercise equipment.  (Paul Dudley)

Kim Kardashian continues to struggle with her divorce from Kanye West. *Mainly 'cause he's the only man in the World to ever see her completely dressed. (Bill Williams)

Ben Affleck's ex, Jennifer Garner, is reportedly very happy that Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have reconnected, and says she thinks JLo is great.  *Of course Jennifer Garner is happy, she has finally passed the torch to Jennifer Lopez...along with Ben's car keys.  (Paul Dudley)

Toy company Mattel is gearing up to build a theme park in Arizona.  In Arizona?  *The Theme of the park should be Trailer.  (Dave Vincent)

Papa John’s has expanded their Papadia lineup with the introduction of the 900-calorie Parmesan Crusted Papadia.  *In addition to what seems like five pounds of cased meat and six pounds of cheese, the pizza sandwich also comes with unfathomable amounts of shame and regret.  (Dave Vincent)

The cost for a ticket to ride on a rocket to space is 28-million dollars.  That was the winning bid to join billionaire Jeff Bezos on the maiden voyage of his Blue Origin spaceship next month.  *A trip to space with Jeff Bezos would be pretty cool, or as he's now known, Bald Lightyear.  (Paul Dudley)  

Summertime tip:  Mosquitoes are attracted to people who drink beer. *So this summer, be safe and switch to Miller Genuine Citronella Draft!  (Dave Vincent)

Burger King has unveiled its new 800 calorie Ch'King sandwich.  *Burger King got the idea after realizing they don't care how long you live. (Dave Vincent)

Seven-Eleven customers can snag a free Slurpee this July if you join their loyalty program.  The giveaway is part of the convenience store's 94th birthday celebration. Wow, Seven-Eleven is now 94 years old!  *What's just as impressive, the hot dogs in that rotating heat rack are also 94 years old.  (Paul Dudley)

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