This is your one-stop shop for everything that happens throughout the Dwyer & Michaels Morning Show - in studio photos, the videos discussed, and goofy stuff that we find throughout the show.

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Guy Shuts His Finger In Tesla

A guy stuck his finger in the way of the "Frunk" of his Cybertruck after a new safety feature debuted to prevent it from shutting on your hand, only to get it stuck.

Caitlin Clark's WNBA Debut

Caitlin Clark had her WNBA debut in a preseason game and did pretty great - putting up 21 points.

The Roast of Tom Brady

If you missed it, Netflix ran a live event over the weekend for The Roast of Tom Brady, and there were some pretty good moments.

Here's a highlight reel - if you want to watch the whole thing, it's still on Netflix.

Rock Island Arsenal's New Display Piece

The Rock Island Arsenal debuted a new display piece last week - a fully restored Mark VIII tank that was made sometime between 1919 and 1920. You can check it out over there fi you get a guest pass.

Unfrosted: The Pop Tart Movie

Michaels and Hairball both watched the new Seinfeld movie Unfrosted this weekend and had two opposite reviews.

Michaels wanted it to be funnier and more accurate to the true story. Hairball went into it knowing it was going to be a dumb goofy movie for the sake of being goofy because it's a space-race style film about Pop-Tarts.

There are quite a few funny moments, and the cast is just about everybody there is.

Either way, check it out, and let us know what you think.

Randy Travis' New Song Made With AI

A new song from Randy Travis was released over the weekend - created by use of AI.

42 vocal samples of Travis were used to create the song, which was sung by James Dupree for the program to know what to do with it.

It's created some controversy.

Recently, AI has been used for satire and comedic stuff - like Johnny Cash singing Barbie Girl.

LOOK: 35 Vintage Cereals That Perfectly Captured Pop Culture Moments

Movies and TV shows have always found ways to partner with cereal companies as part of their promotion strategy. While some may have come up with a giveaway in boxes, others went big by having their own cereal connected to the movie or TV show title. Here are vintage cereals that were used to promote some of pop culture's biggest moments (and some you probably forgot about).

Gallery Credit: Rob Carroll

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