Our regular features paid dividends this week with disoriented morons not to far from Central New York and amusing guesses not too far from the truth. And famous celebrities also figured in to the fun on the Lite 98.7 morning show in a few different ways.

Click the video for a brief audio montage of the week's highlights and/or follow the description below for our best bits in the Best Of Beth & Dave for the week of October 29, 2018:

-Hello, Cleveland. Another amusing edition of Your Momma Must Be So Proud, our daily 8:15 benchmark, this time featuring a very confused bus driver.

-What's in your freezer? The Kinda Hard Question, our daily 7:05 feature, one day this week featured a stat that 17% of all freezers in the U.S. contain money. Buy it's always the incorrect answers that entertain us.

-Stephen King. It's not often we get to use the king of horror as an inspiration for material on the radio. The famous writer is fed up with the overuse of a specific word. Our treatment of the topic was amazing.

-Halloween costumes. Actress Nicole Kidman told us her first costume was a ghost and we reminisced about our earliest Halloween memories.

-Naming kids for companies. Kentucky Fried Chicken offered $11,000 to anyone naming their child after the company mascot Colonel Harlan Sanders. A couple in North Carolina took advantage, named their daughter Harlan Rose, and cashed in. We took it a few steps further.