Armed with a microphone, Adolfo went out with pictures of Clay Buchholz and Brad Marchand in plain clothes, and asked people on the street what they do for a living.
With the big launch of the iPhone 6 on Friday morning, Toucher & Rich asked the question … just what type of person spends all week waiting in line outside just for a new phone?
Rich played a battle track from a local rapper named “$quishes,” who has some tremendous flow and sounds a whole lot like Adolfo Gonzalez.
When Toucher & Rich hit the airwaves Friday morning, they did so without Adolfo, who was mysteriously absent.
Wallach lost his voice and was sent home for the day, so Fred had a little fun at his expense and impersonated what a dying Wallach would sound like. Also, Adolfo is doing comedy on Friday night so we tested his improv skills.
World Series ticket prices were selling for record prices, so there was a different breed of Red Sox fans in attendance. That is, people with a ton of money. Adolfo took to the streets and panhandled to see how much money he could get.
This fall, 75 pianos will be installed in public locations across Boston, Brookline, Cambridge and Somerville available for anyone to play. Toucher & Rich decided to send Adolfo out to talk to the people who are playing these things.
While Adolfo was on vacation he informed T&R that he “read” a lot of books, but the guys find out that he read parts of books.
Adolfo mentioned buying a moped in order to help him get to work faster, but he can’t even ride a bicycle! Rich decided to see if his son Hank, who is 5-years-old, can learn to ride a bike faster that Adolfo. Here’s video of Adolfo’s first attempt.
Is Rick Reilly funny? Only man can find that out. That man is “Vick Reilly.”