The show started talking about the things people fear about their partners and one callers experience with his pregnant wife leads to Chuck sharing a story about what happened at the post office the other day.
Dave & Chuck the Freak ask listeners to call-in and share real deal, no B.S. stories about times they have encountered ghosts and hear from one guy who lived with a ghost called, "the man", who resembled Abraham Lincoln.
Dave & Chuck the Freak fired up the 'Symphony of Destruction' after hearing about a grandma who crashed into a podiatrist office and get inside information from her granddaughter who e-mailed the show.
Dave & Chuck the Freak talk about a news report from Hurricane Michael coverage where the reporter spoke to a woman whose house was floating by her and imagine how their conversation would have sounded.
During a discussion about Suzanne Somers regrowing a boob, the show sees a picture of her husband wearing something that reminds Chuck of a guy he saw the other day and then he lets everyone see what it looked like.
The show talks about a 100-year-old man who was given the gift of free food for life by his favorite restaurant on his birthday and envision how different it would be if this happened to an elderly Chuck.
Dave & Chuck the Freak talk about an e-mail they received from a listener who learned something from the show about inverted nipples and wanted to thank them for saving him from a potentially embarrassing moment.
Andy saw an infomercial recently for a tablet that is designed to help elderly people and the show imagines what it must sound like on the customer service lines when people need help with the product.
Dave & Chuck the Freak talk about people being warned to get vaccinated after a report of Hepatitis-A at the Renaissance Festival and find out someone on the show was there during the reported contamination period.