In the final hour, Ron asks if Chris Young should channel his inner Henry Rowengartner. Next, we continue the discussion concerning the Kaepernick fallout and its potential impact on the CBA before wrapping up the night with Showstoppers and "Whatcha Watchin?"
We kick off the second hour of The Show with the Serda Show before asking if the fallout from Colin Kaepernick will help lead to a player strike. We hit another edition of Showstoppers and Ron proposes that Alex Gordon changes up his celebrations.
The guys discuss how the Royals game was fun because of how action-packed it was and that even a loss would have been entertaining. Today's "That Guy Gets The Show" topic of the day features a man trying to walk on water. We also hit Showstoppers and Weekend Hugs to finish the first hour.
In Hour 1 on this Easter Sunday, Ron compares the Royals to Spades and the guys ask what the MLB and Jackie Robinson Day have in common with cafeteria workers in schools. "That Guy Gets the Show" is a doozy and we check in Ron's weight loss challenge!
As we do every Sunday at 9am Vern is live from Surprise, Arizona to discuss all things Boys in Blue. He get's you update on the injury to Salvadore Perez in the WBC and Peter O'Brien joins the show to discuss his ascension through the Royals ball club.
In the last hour of the night shift things get heated as we revisit the Aldon Smith topic. We talk a little more KU as well, should we be worried about their defense. And we close the hour out with some "Showstoppers" and "Whatya Watching"
We have a first for The Night Shift as Julio takes over Serda's 59 seconds of fame with the "Julio Show". We chat about Bob knight and how he wishes death to members of the old IU regime....say what? Seth Keysor of Arrowhead Pride joins us to talk a little NFL Combine along with some Chiefs talk.
Host Stephen Serda opens the first hour of the night shift talking the Big 12 tournament and why Carlton Bragg might be the key to KU's success in the NCAA tournament. We debate the most recent Aldon Smith debacle, could the NFL do more to help these troubled individuals out?