Russ Phillips - of Precision Wheel Service, North Branford - in our "As a Mechanic" segment, he took calls from the Tribe, who had issues with their vehicles, plus gave some good advice for getting their career started in automotive repair.
Krissy - one of the Chaz & AJ's Web Girl for 2014, she took on "Shock Collar Trivia" with general questions or what ever was on the Tribe's mind at the time, she had left with a buzz-on.
Sgt. Mike Howes - Army Reserve, on the phone, he discussed coming home from his overseas tour of duty, where he gave his 8-year old daughter an emotional reunion by surprising her at school.
AJ's TOP 10 LIST:
Dexter deserved better. So did "Dexter" fans, who, witnessing this Showtime drama end in a heap, were subjected to the lamest series finale since "Seinfeld." In the closing moments, a bushy-bearded Dexter is found in what appears to be a lumber camp in the Great Northwest, haunted and alone worlds apart from sun-drenched Miami. In short, Dexter has copped out, and fans are calling the series ending one of the sappiest ever.
Top 10: Series Finales Of All Time
1. Newhart (1982-1990) Bob's sitcom ended with ''The Final Newhart,'' in which Vermont innkeeper Bob goes to sleep and wakes up as Chicago therapist Bob, sleeping next to his original 1972-78 Bob Newhart Show wife, Suzanne Pleshette. Thus the entire second series was but a dream.
2. St. Elsewhere (1982-1988) The finale showed us the autistic son of hero Dr. Westphall playing with a snow globe, lost in thought. The camera moves in closer, and we see it contains a replica of the hospital show's St. Eligius building. It was therefore assumed that all six seasons of St. Elsewhere took place in the son's imagination.
3. The Fugitive (1963-1967) The finale was watched by 72 percent of American TV households, a record that still stands. The public was avid to see David Janssen's Dr. Richard Kimble finally catch up with the murderous ''one-armed man'' and reclaim his good name.
4. The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970-1977) It was a weird bit of irony with The Mary Tyler Moore Show's notable finale: The new owner of WJM-TV fired everyone in the news operation except and inexplicably, the always-idiotic Ted Baxter.
5. Cheers (1982-1993) Sam he realized his true love: his bar, and the lazy, lovable friends who would never leave it. His last line to someone wanting to come in to the bar, "I'm sorry....we're closed."
6. M*A*S*H (1972-1983) 11 seasons of hilarity and heartbreak ended with a two-and a half hour TV movie that aired Feb. 28, 1983 and is still the highest rated series finale ever. As Hawkeye takes off in a chopper, he spies a message from his old pal B.J. ''Goodbye'' spelled out in stones on the launch pad.
7. LOST (2004-2010) There was never going to be any way to wrap up every last hanging story line from six seasons of serialized Island mayhem, but Lost's two-and-a-half hour finale proved to be a high-energy epic romp, even with plenty of questions unanswered.
8. The Shield (2002-2008) With all the despicable things he's done, you can't deny that at least a part of you wanted Vic Mackey to get away scot-free. Watching Vic sitting behind a desk, filling out reports, all alone under the thumb of the FBI, it seemed clear that he was paying for his crimes in a way that cut him deeper than prison ever could.
9. The Sopranos (1999-2007) Who needs resolution? Tony Soprano lived so much of his life in the realm of ambiguity, we shouldn't have been surprised that David Chase chose to end his mob drama with an abrupt slam to black as Tony's nuclear family gathered for a meal in a diner.
10. The Cosby Show (1984-1992) After eight years of dispensing his unique brand of paternal wisdom, Bill Cosby brought his sitcom to an end on a graceful note. Cliff Huxtable took his wife, Claire in his arms and began to dance...and they waltzed right off the set, through the crew, and off into history.
Q: 2.9 Billion Hours are spent doing this, worldwide. What are those people doing?
A: Watching YouTube Videos...(hint was: time well spent)