The Chucker Files

Legend has it that Michael Jackson wanted to be interviewed on KQRS, but didn’t want to deal with a dumbass disc jockey… So, a dumbass disc jockey was created.

Listen to the “Best of The Best” interviews with The Chucker, plus watch brand-new “Behind the Interview” and commentary clips…

Legend has it that Michael Jackson wanted to be interviewed on KQRS, but didn’t want to deal with a dumbass disc jockey… So, a dumbass disc jockey was created.

John Lassman knows The Chucker very well and reveals the truth about his origin. It all began with The Call of the Day…

John Lassman knows The Chucker very well and reveals the truth about his origin. It all began with The Call of the Day…

James Kottak

A behind-the-scenes look at the first ever Chucker call, and no, it wasn’t Mike Jackson. It was with James Kottak, the drummer at the time for Kingdom Come.  

Yakoff Smirnoff

“No, no, no! It’s not ‘Jackoff Smearny-earny-off!’ Boy, is this a family show or what?”

Dennis Miller #1 & #2

“Oh, that’s Rob Schneider’s character! That wasn’t my character… heh-heh, I feel like I’m on some joke, here”

Fred Savage

Young Fred Savage of The Wonder Years gets mistaken for Doogie Howser, M.D.

Shirley MacClaine

A horrible KQ Morning Show guest = a great Chucker call

Woody Harrelson

“The old Woody Hamilton from Cheers, boys & girls!”

Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead

“What does a Grateful Deadhead say when they run out of pot? Good Lord, what is this horrible music?”

Keanu Reeves

“Is it a difficult process [playing guitar] being that you can’t use your arms and legs?”

Rob Schneider

A brief look into one of the strangest Chucker calls.

George Carlin

“I think you and I are talking about different people. Gabe Kaplan is a Jewish actor and sometimes-comedian. I’m George Carlin, an Irish comedian and sometimes-actor.”

Carl Reiner

“Huh? You didn’t understand what I said? I don’t think I’m getting through to you. You’ve got me confused with two different people.”