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Tis the season to be jolly! so join Fred and William the night before Christmas eve as they share some holiday memories and by all means everyone join the fun as well! Merry Christmas from the Fun at DD crew!
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Everyone's favorite game is back! Fred and William will host an open forum where anything goes until someone calls in with a topic!

Join Fred and William as they celebrate the release of "How to Rearrange Deck Chairs on the Titanic" this is William's 12th published work!

Dean Martin started this with celebrity roasts but where has the fun gone from there? Join Fred and William as they discuss this classic way to pay homage! Surprises are guaranteed for this episode so join the fun!

Like the show midnight confessions, this is Fred and I comparing notes on the dumbest stunts we pulled in our lives so far. Lets see who comes out the winner by the end, prize will be either a coffee or a coke zero. Join the fun and... more

The name is going to confuse many people, so to help out Fred and William proudly list other names affiliated with this person. 1. Debbie Reynolds 2. Kathy Bates In case you still are unsure we will be profiling Molly Brown!

Join Fred and William as they welcome special guest Tarn Stephanos! Mr. Stephanos worked with the Titanic exhibit and is also part of a special group who were able to work with and touch a part of the ship itself. A legendary liner, an... more

1 year later and we see a comparison that shouldn't be compared! Join Fred and William as they discuss why!

With a lecture coming up on January 18th William opens up about the release of his new book and shares the funny stories behind putting a museum exhibit together for the first time! Join Fred and William as they provide a special... more

On May 7th 1915 the Lusitania was torpedoed of the Irish coast. Join Fred and William as they discuss another famous liner lost before its time

We've seen this in pictures and found inspiration from the song "pipes of peace" by Paul Mcartney. Now join Fred and William as they discuss an amazing event that repeated itself in 20 years!