PETER SAGAL, HOST:
Right now, panel, it is time for you to answer some questions about this week's news. Luke, a minor league baseball team in Florida has announced a special night in which they will honor what near-mythical figure?
LUKE BURBANK: Is this involve - does this involve cryptozoology?
SAGAL: No. It involves Florida, though.
BURBANK: God. That doesn't narrow it down at all.
SAGAL: No. We'll give you a hint. It's in honor of the guy from Port St. Lucie who tried to shoplift a chainsaw by stuffing it down his pants or the guy from Volusia County in Florida who butt-dialed 911 while cooking meth with his mom.
BURBANK: Is it Florida Man?
SAGAL: Yes, it is.
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SAGAL: It will be Florida Man night. Later on this year at this minor league team, Florida Man - who, to be fair, is sometimes a woman - is the special kind of moron committing the kind of unbelievably dumb crimes we depend on for our show.
SAGAL: Florida Man is the guy who vapes out of a dead alligator or gets pulled over for drunk driving and, when asked for his ID, hands the cop a slice of pizza.
SAGAL: We did that story on our show. So in July, the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp baseball team...
BURBANK: That checks out.
SAGAL: Yep. They will honor Florida Man night, and they say they will do this by breaking one law every inning.
SAGAL: Oh, they're giving away bobbleheads? No, that's just a bunch of people on meth.
SAGAL: This is going to be the only baseball game where somebody literally steals second and then tries to smoke it.
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